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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

706                            CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
XI.    OPTICS—continued.
PAGE
On the Aberration of Sloped Lenses and on their Adaptation to Telescopes of Unequal Magnifying Power in Perpendicular Directions.  Art. 328.   1908  .        . •     .        .        .   Vol. V   442 Hamilton's Principle and the Five Aberrations of von Seidel.
Art. 329.   1908         .        .       -.-.-....          „      456
On Reflection from Glass at the Polarizing Angle.   Art. 332.
1908         ...........          „      489
To  determine  the   Refractivity  of   Gases  available only in
Minute Quantities.  Art. 339.   1909 •.        .        .        ."      .          ,,529
Note on the Regularity of Structure of Actual Crystals.    Art.
342.   1910.........,,536
Colours of Sea and Sky.  Art. 343.   1910.....,,540
The Incidence of Light upon a Transparent Sphere of Dimensions comparable with the Wave-Length.   Art. 344.   1910         „      54*7 Experimental     '.'.'.         .         .         .         .         .         .            „        567
On Colour Vision at the ends of the Spectrum.  Art. 345.   1910         „      569
On the Sensibility of the Eye to Variations of Wave-Length
in the Yellow Region of the Spectrum.  Art. 349.  1910   .          „      621
Breath Figures.  Art 353.  1911      .        .        .        .        .        .  Vol. VI.    26
Aberration in a Dispersive Medium.   Art. 355.  1911       .        .         ,,41
On the General Problem of Photographic Reproduction, with suggestions for enhancing Gradation originally Invisible.
Art. 359.  1911........,,65
On the Propagation of Waves through a Stratified Medium, with   special   reference  to  the   Question  of   Reflection.
Art. 360.   1912        '..-.•.....„        71
Spectroscopic Methods.  Art. 361.   1912.....„        91
On Departures from Fresnel's Laws of Reflexion. Art. 362. 1912         „        92
The Principle of Reflection in Spectroscopes.  Art. 363.  1912 .          „      100
Coloured Photometry.   Art. 366.   1912.....,,121
On some Iridescent .Films.  Art. 367.   1912     .                                 ,,123
Breath Figures.  Art. 368.   1912......,,.127
Remarks concerning Fourier's.Theorem as applied to Physical   .
Problems.  Art. 369.  1912......,,131
On the Passage of Waves through Fine Slits in Thin Opaque
Screens.  Art. 375.   1913 .........         ,,161
Reflection of Light- at the Confines of a Diffusing Medium.
Art. 378.   1913.........          ,,205
On the Diffraction of Light by Spheres of Small* Relative
Index.  Art. 381.  1914    ,.......„      220
Some Problems concerning the Mutual Influence of Resonators
exposed to Primary Plane'Waves.  Art. 390.   1915   .        .         „      279
On the Widening of Spectrum Lines.   Art. 391.  1915     ,        .         „      291
* [1914.    It would have been in Letter accordance with usage to have said "of Relative Index differing little from. Unity."]    170