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Power Generation

Vern E. Alden

On the Theory of Quantum Mechanics

On the Theory of Quantum Mechanics

On the Theory of Dispersion of X-Rays

After a brief summary of the ideas underlying the quantum theory of dispersion it is shown that it can be applied to the refraction of x-rays, although the assumption that the number of atoms in a wave length cube is large is no longer satisfied. A general...

The Laws of Returns under Competitive Conditions

The Laws of Returns under Competitive Conditions

Cipher Printing Telegraph Systems For Secret Wire and Radio Telegraphic Communications

This paper describes a printing telegraph cipher system devetoped during the World War for the use of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army. This system is so designed that the messages are in secret form from the time they leave the sender until they are deciphered...

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE OF MINIMUM WORK APPLIED TO THE ANGLE OF BRANCHING OF ARTERIES

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE OF MINIMUM WORK APPLIED TO THE ANGLE OF BRANCHING OF ARTERIES

The nematode parasites of vertebrates

Warrington Yorke, P. A. Maplestone

Fonctions hypergéométriques et hypersphériques polynomes d'Hermite

fonction de plusieurs variables #HASH# fonction hypergeometrique #HASH# fonction hyperpherique #HASH# hyperfonction #HASH# polynome d'Hermite

On New Ammonites from the English Chalk

On New Ammonites from the English Chalk

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

J. H. Montgomery

Non-tropical Sprue.

Th. E. Hess Thaysen

Rural Electrification

This is a paper on rural electrification, discussing some of the problems connected with this important development. The paper points out the effect of power and machinery on the living conditions of the American farm and the part electricity may play....

Mathematics for engineers

R. von Huhn, Raymond W. Dull

A history of English literature

Émile Legouis, Louis Cazamian

Electric circuit theory and the operational calculus

So far in our discussions of wave propagation in lines and wave-filters, we have confined attention to the case where the impressed voltage is applied directly to the infinitely long line. We have found that, by virtue of this restriction, the indicial...

Shut the door.

Felix [composer] Austead

Cretaceous mammal skulls from Mongolia

William K. Gregory, George Gaylord Simpson

Racial differences in the intelligence of school children

Racial differences in the intelligence of school children

Cambridge Ancient History

Robert W. Rogers, J. B. Bury, S. A. Cook, F. E. Adcock

A preliminary account of a disease of green Coffee berries in Kenya Colony.

Summary1. A new and destructive disease attacking green coffee berries was reported in Kenya in 1922.2. The symptoms of the disease and the conditions under which it occurs are described.3. Certain other conditions found in coffee which might be confused...

Essays on nationalism

Carlton J. H. Hayes

THE EXCRETION OF AMMONIA AND TITRATABLE ACID IN NEPHRITIS.

D. D. Van Slyke, G. C. Linder, Alma Hiller, John F. McIntosh

The origin and development of the Bengali language

Suniti Kumar Chatterji, Grierson, George Abraham, Sir

Psychology and ethnology

W. H. R. Rivers, Smith, Grafton Elliot, Sir

Studies of the fishes of the Order Cyprinodontes, VI

Studies of the fishes of the Order Cyprinodontes, VI

Relativity Quantum Mechanics with an Application to Compton Scattering

Relativity Quantum Mechanics with an Application to Compton Scattering

The Foraminifera of the Velasco Shale of the Tampico Embayment

The Foraminifera of the Velasco Shale of the Tampico Embayment

Remington's practice of pharmacy

Joseph Price Remington, E. Fullerton Cook, Charles H. Lawall

Paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia ☆: A report of five cases

Paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia is more common than the number of reported cases would indicate. Five cases are described, illustrating different causes for the attacks.In two, the subjects of advanced myocardial disease with steadily progressing congestive...

Cor biatriatum triloculare

A case of multiple cardiac anomalies—cor biatriatum triloculare—is herewith described which presented the following anatomical findings: 1. 1. Mitral atresia.2. 2. Absent interventricular septum.3. 3. Hypertrophied pulmonary artery becoming the descending...

THE TRANSPORT OF GAS BY THE BLOOD OF THE TURTLE

F. C. Southworth, Alfred C. Redfield

Some North American fish trematodes, 10

Manter, Harold Winfred, 1898-

On the Formation of Water Waves by Wind (Second Paper)

On the Formation of Water Waves by Wind (Second Paper)

Epicurus : the extant remains

Epicurus, Cyril Bailey

THE PROGNOSIS OF ANGINA PECTORIS AND OF CORONARY THROMBOSIS

For centuries the prognosis of angina pectoris has in all probability been one of the most important and difficult problems in medicine; it has certainly been such since it received its name 150 years ago. Although a few bold physicians have ventured...

RELIEF OF HAY-FEVER BY INTRADERMAL INJECTIONS OF POLLEN EXTRACT

Intradermal medication is neither new nor recent. Tuberculin and vaccines have been so exhibited. Mention is occasionally found of the fact that hay-fever patients have been benefited by intradermal pollen tests. Vaughan1 has advocated the daily subcutaneous...

A Biological Survey of North Dakota

In the preliminary survey of the wild life of North America information has been gathered on the birds and mammals of the country at large, and provisional maps of the life zones of thecontinent and subdivisions of it have been published. Much of thegeneral...

GASEOUS EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE BLOOD AND THE LUMEN OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES

Monroe A. McIver, Alfred C. Redfield, Edward B. Benedict

Registration of improved Wheat varieties.

J. Allen Clark, H. H. Love, J. H. Parker

The Maximum of a Certain Bilinear Form

G. H. Hardy, J. E. Littlewood

The psychology of number.

Charles Hubbard Judd

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