If a liquid, initially at uniform temperature, passes lengthwise through a right, porous prism, initially at some other uniform temperature, the sides of the prism being adiabatic and impervious to the liquid, then the temperatures of both liquid and...
A. C. Pigou
G. Carl Huber, Elizabeth Caroline Crosby
H. H. Poole, W. R. G. Atkins
De Lee, Joseph Bolivar
The second of a long series of studies on efforts by Avery's lab to chemically couple the type-II and type-III pneumonia polysaccharides to protein. Although Avery oversaw most of these experiments, their principle investigator was Goebel, who in...
Arthur T. Jersild, Judith S Brook, David W Brook
Karl M. Bowman, Karl Abraham, Douglas Bryan, Alix Strachey
G. Kenneth Mallory, Soma Weiss
I. A. (Ivor Armstrong) Richards
Particle size is defined in terms of the shape of the size-frequency curves of non-uniform particulate substances. It is shown theoretically and experimentally that the size properties are closely correlated with the statistical parameters Mg and σg...
In order to make a stress analysis of seaplane floats, and especially of the members connecting the floats with the fuselage, it is of great importance to determine the maximum pressure acting on the floats during landing. Here, the author gives a formula...
Lester S. Hill
V. Gordon (Vere Gordon) Childe
N. I. (Nikolaĭ Ivanovich) Bukharin
Michael Heidelberger, Forrest E. Kendall
McClintock's Ph.D. thesis on a triploid maize plant was published in 1929 as this long article. It was the culmination of her work previewed three years earlier in "Polyploidy in Zea Mays L.," with Lowell "Fitz" Randolph.
Arthur B. Coble
Ocular dominance demonstrated by unconscious sighting
Remington Kellogg, George Gaylord Simpson
Arthur M. Master, Enid Tribe Oppenheimer
A.F. Buddington, Theodore Scheffield Chapin
Frederick Allison Davis
W. H. Johnston, L. G. Struthers, Viscount Haldane, Henry S. Macran
Joseph C. Aub, Walter Bauer, Clark W. Heath, Marion Ropes
Theorems Stated by Ramanujan (VII): Theorems on Continued Fractions
Experiments are described in which coloured fluid is introduced through a small hole in the side of a glass helix through which water is running. The conclusion reached by Mr. C. M. White, as a result of resistance measurements, that a higher speed of...
Walter Bauer, Joseph C. Aub, Fuller Albright
J. D. Boyd, C. L. Drain, Martha V. Nelson
Fuller Albright, Walter Bauer, Marion Ropes, Joseph C. Aub
Joseph Ralston Hayden
Edward D. Churchill, Oliver Cope
C. J. Leonard
Selig Hecht, Ernst Wolf
The problem stated and limited, 63. — The result when sellers consider only their direct influence upon price and adjust amounts (Cournot), 66. — The same when prices are adjusted (Bertrand, Marshall, Pareto, Edgeworth, Pigou), 69. — The result...
William H. Taliaferro
John H. Williams
P. Karrer, Alan F. Hofmann
Douglas P. Wilson
A history of Christian missions in China
HYPERSENSITIVENESS TO ARSPHENAMINE IN GUINEA-PIGS: I. EXPERIMENTS IN PREVENTION AND IN DESENSITIZATION
Alfred C. Redfield, Robert Goodkind
Knud Rasmussen, W. Worster
K. S. Lashley, J. Ball
The clinical and pathological observations on two cases of acute isolated myocarditis of undetermined etiology are recorded, together with a tabulation of the pertinent data in thirty similar cases previously reported.
I. The situation down to 1920. — The effects of pre-war immigration, 393. — The effects of the war, 395. — The failure of post-war changes in the labor market to end the interest of business men in industrial good will, 396. — II. The post-war...
Maynard Pressley White
Sidney B. Fay, G. P. Gooch, Harold Temperley, Lillian M. Penson
A summary is given of the quantitative effects of loudness, reverberation, noise and the shape of an auditorium upon the hearing of speech in auditoriums. The average loudness of speakers is found to be about 50.7 db in small auditoriums (27,200 cu. ft.)...
V. Gordon Childe
J. N. Washburne
Martin Heidegger (1889-1976)
Of the various ulcerative diseases of the esophagus one kind has been termed "peptic" because of the close similarity of its postmortem aspect to that of peptic ulcer of the stomach. All of the recorded cases are based on a diagnosis made only at autopsy....
After the discovery by Minot and Murphy1 of the beneficial effects of liver therapy in pernicious anemia and the preparation of an active extract by Cohn and his associates,2 the way for further study was opened by the demonstration by Castle3 that the...
S. C. Wang
Archibald E. Garrod
Some observations on sex in the Mermithidae
J. P. Guilford
Boris Podolsky, Linus Pauling
Georgiĭ Valentinovich Plekhanov, D. Ri︠a︡zanov
R. D. Lawrence
A. Ll. Hughes, Vladimir Rojansky
In 1888, forty years ago, Fallot1 published an interesting, useful and complete description of a type of congenital heart disease that at times had been described previously but was quite neglected in its full significance. Though this condition is now...
Robert Elman, Norman Arneson, Evarts A. Graham
Alex. L. Du Toit
Roy L. Moodie
C. J. Cellan-Jones
The subjective experience of annoyance was measured with trained observers, using the tones of the 2‐A audiometer as stimuli. A method of paired comparisons was first used which yielded results later verified by a method of equal annoyance gradients....
Sterling Andrus Leonard
R. D. Richards