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690                            CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
VIII.    DYNAMICAL THEORY OF-GASES—continued.
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On the Dark Plane which is formed over a Heated Wire in
Dusty Air,  Art. 93.   1882               ......Vol. II    151
On the Limit to Interference when Light is Radiated from
Moving Molecules.   Art. 157.   1889 ..... Vol. Ill 258
On Van der Waals' Treatment of Laplace's Pressure in the
Virial Equation: Letters to Professor Tait. Art. 181. 1891          „      465
On the Virial of a System of Hard Colliding Bodies.   Art. 182.
1891...........,,469
Dynamical Problems in Illustration of the Theory of Gases.
Art. 183.   1891.........,,473
Introduction        .........                    473
Collision Formula?       ......
Permanent State of Free Masses under Bombardment Another Method of Investigation   ....
Progress towards the Stationary State Pendulmns in place of Free Masses
473 474 479 480
485
Remarks on Maxwell's Investigation respecting Boltzmann's
Theorem.  Art. 190.   1892    '......„     554
On the Physics of Media that are composed of Free and Perfectly Elastic Molecules in a State of Motion. [Introduction to Waterston's Memoir] Art. 191. 1892 . .         „ 558
On the Interference Bands of Approximately Homogeneous Light; in a Letter to Prof. A. Michelson. Art. 199. 1892..........Vol. IV 15
The Law of Partition of Kinetic Energy.   Art. 253.   1900        .         „      433
On the Viscosity of Gases as affected by Temperature.   Art.
259.   1900..........         ,,481
Remarks  upon  the  Law of Complete  Radiation.  Art. 260.
1900..........,,483
On the Pressure of Gases and the Equation of Virial.  Art. 304.
1905...........Vol. V   238
The Dynamical Theory of Gases and of Radiation.   Art. 305.
1905...........„      248
On the Influence of Collisions and of the Motion of Molecules in the Line of Sight, upon the Constitution of a Spectrum Line. Art. 308. 1905.......„ 257
On the Momentum and Pressure of Gaseous Vibrations, and on
the Connexion with the Virial Theorem.   Art. 309.   1905         „      262
The Theory of Crookes's Radiometer. Art. 338. 1909 . . „ 526 Letter to Professor Nernst. Art. 356. 1911 . . . . Vol. VI 45 On the Widening of Spectrum Lines. Art. 391. 1915 . . „ 291 The Principle of Similitude. Art. 392. 1915.....,300    DYNAMICAL THEORY OF GASES