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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

698                           CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
X.    ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM—continued.
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On the Influence of Obstacles arranged in Rectangular Order
upon the Properties of a Medium.  Art. 200.   1892   .        .   Vol. IV    19 On the Minimum Current audible in the Telephone.  Art. 211.
1894............,109
An  Attempt  at  a  Quantitative  Theory of the  Telephone.
Art. 212.   1894........          „      119
The Electrical Resistance of Alloys.   Art. 221.   1896        .        .          „      232 Observations on the Oxidation of Nitrogen Gas [by the Electric
Flame].  Art. 225.   1897.......          „      270
On the  Passage  of Electric Waves through Tubes, or  the
Vibrations of Dielectric Cylinders.  Art. 226.   1897   .        .         „     276
General Analytical Investigation     ......           „        276
Rectangular Section      ........           »        279
Circular Section .........            •>•>        280
On the Passage of Waves through Apertures in Plane Screens,
and Allied Problems.  Art. 227.   1897       ....         ,,283
Perforated Screen.—Boundary Condition d<pjdn = Q     ...           „        284
Boundary Condition 0=0      .......           „        286
Reflecting Plate.—dtj>fdn = 0.......           »        288
Reflecting Plate.—$ = 0.......           ,,289
Two-dimensional Vibrations .......           ,,        290
Narrow Slit.—Boundary Condition d(f>jdn=Q    ....           „        291
Narrow Slit.—Boundary Condition $ = 0 .         ....           „        293
Reflecting Blade.—Boundary Condition d^jdn=Q       ...           „        294
Reflecting Blade.—Boundary Condition 0 = 0    ....           „        295
Various Applications   ........           »        295
On the Measurement of Alternate Currents by means of an obliquely situated Galvanometer Needle, with a Method
of Determining the Angle of Lag.  Art. 229.  1897   .        .          „      299 On the Incidence of Aerial and Electric Waves upon Small Obstacles in the Form, of Ellipsoids or Elliptic Cylinders, and on the Passage of Electric Waves through a Circular
Aperture in a Conducting Screen.   Art. 230.  1897   .        .          „      305
Obstacle in a Uniform Field .......           „        306
In Two Dimensions     ........           „        309
Aerial Waves     .........           „        310
Waves in Two Dimensions    .......           „        314
Electrical Applications           .......           ,,        317
Electric Waves in Three Dimensions        .....           „        318
Obstacle in the Form of an Ellipsoid        .....           „        323
Circular Aperture in Conducting Screen   .....           „        324
On the Propagation of Electric Waves along Cylindrical Conductors of any Section.  Art. 231.   1897    ....                827
The Electro-Chemical Equivalent of Silver.  Art. 232.  1897    .          „      332 Note on the Pressure of Radiation, showing an Apparent Failure
of the Usual Electromagnetic Equations.  Art. 238.   1898           „     354
Some Experiments with the Telephone.  Art. 239.  1898          .         „      357
The Mutual Induction of Coaxial Helices.  Art. 252.   1899      .         „      431Art. 331.   1908         ....          „      478