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CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI                         683 VI.    SOUND—continued.
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Acoustical Observations.  III.  Art. 65.   1880  ....    Vol. I    468
Intermittent Sounds    ........           „        468
A new Form of Siren    ........           ,,471
The Acoustical Shadow of a Circular Disk         ....           „        472
On  the  Stability, or  Instability,   of certain  Fluid  Motions.
Art. 66.   1880.........         „     474
On the Resultant of a large number of Vibrations of the same
Pitch and of arbitrary Phase.   Art. 68.   1S80    ...         „      491
On a New Arrangement for Sensitive Flames.   Art. 70.   1880 .         „      500
The Photophone.  Art. 71.   1881......         „      501
On the Infinitesimal Bending of Surfaces of Revolution.  Art. 78.
1881...........         ,,551
Acoustical Observations.  IV.   Art. 84. 1882   ....   Vol. II    95
On the Pitch of Organ-Pipes .......           ,,95
Slow versus Quick Beats for comparison of Frequencies of Vibration           „          97
Estimation of the Direction of Sounds with one Ear   ...           ,,98
A Telephone-Experiment       .......           ,,99
Very High Notes.  Rapid Fatigue of the Ear      ....           ,,99
Sensitive .Flumes          ........           „        100
Further Observations upon Liquid Jets, in Continuation of those recorded in the Royal Society's 'Proceedings' for
March and May, 1879.  Art. 85.  1882       ....         ,,103
On some of the Circumstances which influence the Scattering of
a nearly Vertical Jet of Liquid    ......           „        103
Influence of Regular Vibrations of Low Pitch    ....           „        100
The Length of the Continuous Part          .....           „        110
Collision of Two Resolved Streams ......           „        112
Collision of Streams before .Resolution      .         .         .         .         .           „        115
On an Instrument capable of Measuring the Intensity of Aerial
Vibrations.  Art. 91.   1882......         ,,132
On Maintained Vibrations.   Art. 97.   1883       ....         ,,188
On the Vibrations of a Cylindrical Vessel containing Liquid.
Art. 101.   1883.........         „      208
On the Crispations of Fluid resting upon a Vibrating Support.
Art. 102.   1883 ..........         ,,212
On Porous Bodies in Relation to Sound.   Art. 103.   1883         .         „     220
On the Circulation of Air observed in Kundt's Tubes, and on
some Allied Acoustical Problems.  Art. 108.  1883    .       .         „     239
Acoustical Observations.  V.  Art. 110.   1884   .        .        .        .         „     268
Smoke-jets by Intermittent Vision ......           „        268
Smoke-jets and Resonators    .......           „        269
Jets of Coloured Liquid         .......           „        270
Fish-tail Burners          ....         .         .         .         •         •         •           »        272
Influence of Viscosity ....... • • • •           » 273
On Telephoning through a Cable.  Art. 115.   1884  ...         „     356
\he Transition is Gradual.  Art. 63.   1880 .          „     460 passing outwards is very evident when the plate is viewed through a Coddington lens.here /u, is the cosine of the angle between the secondary (or scattered) ray and the backward direction of the incident ray. W. F. S.]spheres are easily demonstrated.