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The general theory of employment, interest and money

The general theory of employment, interest and money

A handbook of social psychology

W. C. Allee, Carl Murchison

Principles of Gestalt psychology

Principles of Gestalt psychology

The Activated Complex in Chemical Reactions

The calculation of absolute reaction rates is formulated in terms of quantities which are available from the potential surfaces which can be constructed at the present time. The probability of the activated state is calculated using ordinary statistical...

Statistical Mechanics of Fluid Mixtures

Expressions for the chemical potentials of the components of gas mixtures and liquid solutions are obtained in terms of relatively simple integrals in the configuration spaces of molecular pairs. The molecular pair distribution functions appearing in...

A study of history

A study of history

X-rays in theory and experiment

Arthur Holly Compton, Samuel K. Allison

The relation between the lowering of the Piezometric surface and the rate and duration of discharge of a well using ground‐water storage

The relation between the lowering of the Piezometric surface and the rate and duration of discharge of a well using ground‐water storage

An instrumental earthquake magnitude scale

In the course of historical or statistical study of earthquakes in anygiven region it is frequently desirable to have a scale for rating theseshocks in terms of their original energy, independently of the effectswhich may be produced at any particular...

The Relation Between the Internuclear Distances and Force Constants of Molecules and Its Application to Polyatomic Molecules

The relation between the internuclear distances and force constants found for diatomic molecules is discussed, and is shown to carry over to polyatomic molecules. It is shown that internuclear distances of polyatomic molecules can be predicted from vibrational...

Weather and climate

Weather factors of heating and cooling of atmosphere, temperature moisture, wind air masses and fronts, storms and climates are discussed. Climates are classified according to koeppen-geiger and koeppe.

A dynamic theory of personality : selected papers

Kurt Lewin, Karl Zener, Donald K. Adams

Stability of thin-walled tubes under torsion

In this report a theoretical solution is developed for the torsion on a round thin-walled tube for which the walls become unstable. The results of this theory are given by a few simple formulas and curves which cover all cases. The differential equations...

Coral gardens and their magic

Bernhard J. Stern, Bronislaw Malinowski

Electronic Structures of Molecules XI. Electroaffinity, Molecular Orbitals and Dipole Moments

A convenient criterion for defining equal electronegativity of two atoms is stated in terms of coefficients in LCAO approximate molecular orbitals. Connections between relative electronegativities, coefficients in LCAO orbitals, effective charges on atoms...

2 - A SUGGESTION FOR SIMPLIFYING THE THEORY OF MONEY

This chapter presents a suggestion for simplifying the theory of money. In the theory of money, one wants to know how the individual's demand for money will respond to a change in his total wealth in the value of his net assets. The assumption of increased...

The Statistical Weights of the Rotational Levels of Polyatomic Molecules, Including Methane, Ammonia, Benzene, Cyclopropane and Ethylene

A general method is described for calculating the statistical weights (degeneracies) of the energy levels of polyatomic molecules. Wave functions for a molecule are assumed to be expressible as linear combinations of products of the electronic, vibrational,...

The Absolute Rate of Reactions in Condensed Phases

The theory of absolute reaction rates is developed for condensed phases. The equation for the rate of a reaction of any order in any phase where the slow process is the passage over an energy barrier consists of the product of a transmission coefficient...

Principles of animal psychology

Norman R. F. Maier, T. C. Schneirla

TEXT BOOK OF OPHTHALMOLOGY

W. Stewart Duke-Elder

Introduction to quantum mechanics : with applications to chemistry

Linus Pauling, E. Bright (Edgar Bright) Wilson

Capacitive Excitation for Induction Generators

Up to the present, applications of induction generators have been limited, mainly because they must be paralleled with an existing synchronous system to determine their frequency and voltage and to obtain their necessary excitation. The tests described...

The Far Ultraviolet Absorption Spectra and Ionization Potentials of C6H6 and C6D6

The absorption spectra of H2O and H2S in the region below 1600A have been found to consist of various electronic series accompanied by comparatively little vibrational structure. The electronic series conform fairly well to Rydberg formulas the limits...

Religion and science

Bertrand Russell

Hot Springs of the Yellowstone National Park

E. T. Allen, Arthur L. Day, H. E. Merwin

Electron Diffraction by Gases

The method of electron diffraction is used for determining the C–O–C valence angle (α) in 4,4′ diiododiphenyl ether [(C6H4I)2O] and the molecular structures of phosphorus (P4) and arsenic (As4). The electron diffraction photographs were analyzed...

ACUTE COR PULMONALE RESULTING FROM PULMONARY EMBOLISM: ITS CLINICAL RECOGNITION

The immediate result of a high degree of occlusion of the pulmonary artery is sudden dilatation of the right ventricle and right auricle, which may best be termed acute cor pulmonale in contrast to the well known cor pulmonale of chronic nature associated...

TWO CARDIAC COMPRESSION TRIADS

Lesions of the pericardium are generally difficult problems in diagnosis. Auenbrugger, Corvisart and Laennec early recognized these difficulties. Osler not infrequently lamented his failure to recognize a lesion of the pericardium and it would seem that...

Artificial Radioactivity Produced by Neutron Bombardment. II

Edoardo Amaldi, O. D'Agostino, Enrico Fermi, B. Pontecorvo, Franco Rasetti, E. Segre

The Social Ideas of American Educators

Daniel C. Knowlton, Merle Curti

Capacitive Excitation for Induction Generators

Up to the present, applications of induction generators have been limited, mainly because they must be paralleled with an existing synchronous system to determine their frequency and voltage and to obtain their necessary excitation. The tests described...

The Relation of Pitch to Intensity

Measurements were made of the amount by which the pitch of tones ranging from 150 to 12,000 cycles is changed by an increase in intensity. Observers were presented alternately with two tones of different frequency and required to make them sound equal...

Electronic Structures of Polyatomic Molecules. VII. Ammonia and Water Type Molecules and Their Derivatives

Spectroscopic and ionization potential data are used in obtaining electron configurations in terms of molecular orbitals for NH3, PH3, H2O, H2S and their derivatives, e.g., CH3NH2, (CH3)2NH, N2H4, H2O2, CH3OH, NH2Cl, ClOH, Cl2O. These electron configurations...

Carcinoma of the gall-bladder†

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Valence Strength and the Magnetism of Complex Salts

Certain complex salts, notably ferro‐ and ferricyanides, have susceptibilities much lower than those predicted by the Bose‐Stoner ``spin only'' formula. The first interpretation was that given by Pauling on the basis of (I) directed wave functions....

Energy Levels of a Symmetrical Double Minima Problem with Applications to the NH3 and ND3 Molecules

The energy levels for a potential energy V = — C sech2 r/2ρ+D sech4 r/2ρ have been obtained by numerical solution of continued fractions. Values of the constants have been found such that the computed energy levels agree satisfactorily with the experimental...

Primitivism and related ideas in antiquity

Arthur O. Lovejoy, George Boas, P.-E. Dumont

The form of the electrocardiogram in experimental myocardial infarction ☆ ☆☆: IV. Additional observations on the later effects produced by ligation of the anterior descending branch of the left coronary artery

Direct leads from the surface of infarcts that extend completely through the left ventricular wall yield ventricular complexes practically identical with those obtained by leading from the neighboring parts of the ventricular cavity. When the galvanometer...

Right-sided Aorta

That the condition of right-sided aorta is rare is illustrated by the fact that Biedermann1 reports 12 cases in a series of 20,000 autopsies, and Holzapfel could find only 21 cases of right-sided aorta in a search of the literature between the years 1766...

Asynchronism in contraction of the ventricles in the so-called common type of bundle-branch block: Its bearing on the determination of the side of the significant lesion and on the mechanism of split first and second heart sounds ☆ ☆☆

Graphic studies of comparable time relations of certain events associated with the heartbeat in the common type of bundle-branch block and various types of control cases reveal the following: 1. 1. A systolic bifid apex impulse can be recorded in some,...

The form of the electrocardiogram in experimental myocardial infarction ☆ ☆☆: III. The later effects produced by ligation of the anterior descending branch of the left coronary artery

The electrical activities of the heart muscle during the first few hours following ligation of the anterior descending branch of the left coronary artery were studied by means of direct and semidirect leads, taken simultaneously with standard Lead I.During...

Habitat, Economy and Society.

F. M. Keesing, C. Daryll Forde

Electronic Structures of Molecules X. Aldehydes, Ketones and Related Molecules

Electron configurations for the normal states of H2CO, CH3HCO, Cl2CO are explicitly given, also for the low excited states of H2CO. The structures, ionization potentials, and longest wavelength electronic band spectra of these and other related or analogous...

The Atomic Distribution in Red and Black Phosphorus and the Crystal Structure of Black Phosphorus

No satisfactory crystal structure determination has been made of any of the forms of phosphorus. Five samples of black phosphorus gave identical powder patterns different from those reported by Linck and Jung, whose rhombohedral structure gives improbable...

Logik der Forschung: Zur Erkenntnistheorie der Modernen Naturwissenschaft

Logik der Forschung: Zur Erkenntnistheorie der Modernen Naturwissenschaft

The Liquid ``Structure'' of Methyl Alcohol

Fourier integral analyses of the x‐ray diffraction patterns of liquid nonyl and methyl alcohol are made. From these the radial distribution of atoms around any one atom is obtained. On the basis of the radial distribution curves, conclusions are drawn...

Imitation of Life

A bestseller in 1933, and subsequently adapted into two beloved and controversial films, Imitation of Life has played a vital role in ongoing conversations about race, femininity, and the American Dream. Bea Pullman, a white single mother, and her African...

The two-step test of myocardial function ☆

A simple quantitative “two-step” test of myocardial function is described, and tables of climbs are given for normal individuals, from four to seventy-four years of age, of both sexes. The patient's weight multiplied by the number of ascents gives...

Remarks to Maurice Frechet's Article ``Sur La Definition Axiomatique D'Une Classe D'Espace Distances Vectoriellement Applicable Sur L'Espace De Hilbert

Remarks to Maurice Frechet's Article ``Sur La Definition Axiomatique D'Une Classe D'Espace Distances Vectoriellement Applicable Sur L'Espace De Hilbert

The structure of rhombic sulphur

From rotation and oscillation photographs with MoKα, rhombic sulphur is found to have the following cell and space group; a = 10.48A, b = 12.92A, c = 24.55A, Z = 128, space group Vh 24(Fddd). The structure contains S8 molecules which are symmetrical...

FUNCTIONS OF FRONTAL ASSOCIATION AREA IN PRIMATES

2and the association area. The present communication concerns itself with the function of the association area; the terms "frontal association area," "frontal area" and "prefrontal area" are used interchangeably to designate that portion of the frontal...

The diffraction of light by high frequency sound waves: Part I.

4. Summary(a) A theory of the phenomenon of the diffraction of light by sound-waves of high frequency in a medium, discovered by Debye and Sears and Lucas and Biquard, is developed.(b) The formula$$\sin \theta = \pm {{n\lambda } \over {\lambda * }} n...

The Crystal Structure of Lepidocrocite

The unit of structure, space group symmetry and detailed atomic arrangement of lepidocrocite are determined from x‐ray data, and the existence and location of hydrogen bonds in the structure are established from considerations of interatomic distances....

The Far Ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Formaldehyde and the Alkyl Derivatives of H2O and H2S

The absorption spectra of formaldehyde and of compounds of the type HOH, ROH, ROR and HSH, RSH, RSR have been observed in the region 2300–1000A. An analysis of the spectrum of formaldehyde yields a value of 10.83±0.01 volts for the...

Lactobacillus acidophilus and its Therapeutic Application.

Leo F. Rettger, Maurice N. Levy, Louis Weinstein, James E. Weiss, J. L. Bums

HISTORY AND SCIENCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY

HISTORY AND SCIENCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY

Electronic Structures of Polyatomic Molecules. IX. Methane, Ethane, Ethylene, Acetylene

Electron configurations for the normal states of C2H6, C2H4, and C2H2 are given, and are used in interpreting observed ionization potentials. Excited orbitals of CH4 and the others are also discussed and tentative interpretations given for the ultraviolet...

Comparative studies on the scales and on the pharyngeals and their teeth in Chinese cyprinids, with particular reference to taxonomy and evolution

Comparative studies on the scales and on the pharyngeals and their teeth in Chinese cyprinids, with particular reference to taxonomy and evolution

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