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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
VI.    SOUND—continued.
PAGE
On the Discharge of Gases under High Pressures.  Art. 408.
1916...........Vol. VI 407
On the Energy acquired by Small Resonators from Incident
Waves of like Period.  Art. 409.   1916      ....          ,,416
On the Attenuation of Sound in the Atmosphere.  Art. 410.
1916...........,,419
On Vibrations and Deflexions of Membranes, Bars, and Plates.
Art. 411.   1916.........„      422
On Convection Currents in a Horizontal Layer of Fluid, when
the Higher Temperature is on the Under Side.   Art. 412.
1916.        ..........,,432
Appendix  [Nearly Symmetrical Solution for a nearly Circular
Area]     ...........           „
Propagation of Sound in Water.   Art. 414.   1916     ...         „ On the Pressure developed in a Liquid during the Collapse of
a Spherical Cavity.  Art. 423.   1917.....          ,,504
Memorandum on Synchronous Signalling.  Art. 425.   1917      .          „      513 Propagation of Sound and Light in an Irregular Atmosphere.
Art. 431.   1918.........          ,,547
Note on the Theory of the Double Resonator.  Art. 432.   1918          „      549 The Perception of Sound.  Art. 435.   1918       ....          ,,564 On the Light Emitted from a Random Distribution of Luminous Sources.  Art. 436.   1918......          ,,565
The Perception of Sound.  Art. 437.   1918       ....          ,,583
On the Problem of Random Vibrations, and of Random Blights
in One, Two, or Three Dimensions.  Art. 441.   1919 .        .          „      604
One Dimension   .       .         ...         .         .         .         .         .           „        607
Two Dimensions         ........           „        610
Three Dimensions       .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .           „        618
On the Resultant of a Number of Unit Vibrations,  whose Phases are at Random over a Range not Limited to an
Integral Number of Periods.  Art. 442.   1919   .        .        .          „      627 On Resonant  Reflexion of Sound  from a Perforated Wall.
Art. 446.   1919.........          ,,662
VII.   THERMODYNAMICS
On the Dissipation of Energy.   Art. 35.   1875 ....    Vol. I    238 On the Work that may be gained during the Mixing of Gases.
Art. 36.   1875.........          ,,242
On a Question in the Theory of Lighting.  Art. 76.   1881        .          „      541 On the Tension [Pressure] of Mercury Vapour at Common
-    Temperatures.   Art. 87.   1882......    Vol. II  125
On the Theory of Illumination in a Fog.  Art. 121.   1885         .          „      417 On the Thermodynamic Efficiency of the Thermopile.  Art. 129.
1»85.......'   .       .       .       .          „     438ry of the Helmholtz Resonator.   Art. 401.   1915        .          „      365 On the Propagation of Sound in Narrow Tubes of Variable