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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
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XI.    OPTICS—continued,
PAGE.
On the Bending of Waves round a Spherical Obstacle.
Art. 287.    1903........Vol. V   112
On the Theory of Optical Images, with special reference to
the Microscope.    (Supplementary Paper)   Art. 289.   1903         „      118
Shadows.  Art. 293.   1904.......,,166
On the Measurement of certain very short Intervals of Time.
Art. 295.   1904........,,190
Note on the Application of Poisson's Formula to Discontinuous
Disturbances.  Art. 296.  1904......,,193
Note to a Paper by Prof. Wood on the Achromatization of 'approximately Monochromatic Interference Fringes by a highly dispersive Medium. Art. 300. 1904, ...         „ 204
The Dynamical Theory of Gases and of Radiation.   Art. 305.
1905..........,,248
An Optical Paradox.  Art. 306.  1905.....„      254
The Problem of the Random Walk.  Art. 307.   1905        .        .         „      256
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
The Origin of the Prismatic Colours.  Art. 310.   1905     *.        .         „      272
On the Constitution of Natural Radiation.  Art. 311.   1906      .         „      279
On an Instrument for compounding Vibrations, with Application to the drawing of Curves such as might represent
White Light. Art. 312.  1906......,,283
On Electrical Vibrations and the Constitution of the Atom.
Art. 313.   1906........,,287
Some Measurements of Wave-Lengths with a Modified Apparatus, Art. 316. 1906.......,,313
On the Interference-Rings, described by Haidinger, observable by means of Plates whose Surfaces are absolutely Parallel.
Art. 318.  1906........,,341
On the Dynamical Theory of Gratings.  Art. 322.   1907   .        .         „      388
Note on the remarkable case of Diffraction "Spectra described
by Prof. Wood.  Art. 323.   1907.....„      405
On the Light dispersed from Fine Lines ruled upon Reflecting Surfaces or transmitted by very Narrow Slits. Art. 324.
1907..........,,410
Effect of a Prism on Newton's Rings.  Art. 326.   1908      .        .         „      426
Further Measurements  of Wave-Lengths, and Miscellaneous
Notes on Fabry and Perot's Apparatus.  Art. 327.   1908   .         „      432
Thirty Millimetre Apparatus          ......           „        433
Magnifying Power        ........            ,        435
Adj \istment for Parallelism   .....         r         .            ,        436
Behaviour of Vacuum-Tubes.......           ,        436
Control of'the figure of the glasses by bending  ....            ,        437
Figuring by Hydrofluoric Acid        ......            ,        438
Effect of Pressure in Fabry and Perot's Apparatus      ...            ,        440
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