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The Nature of the Firm

Наверное, это самая популярная и удивительная статья 20 в., которая фактически привела к созданию через полвека новой экономической дисциплины...

The General Theory of Employment

I. Comments on the four discussions in the previous issue of points in the General Theory, 209. — II. Certain definite points on which the writer diverges from previous theories, 212. — The theory of interest restated, 215. — Uncertainties and fluctuations...

A PROPOSED MECHANISM OF EMOTION

4and others has greatly advanced knowledge of the functions of the hypothalamus. In the light of these researches the connections of the hypothalamus to the medial wall of the cerebral cortex gain a new significance. The following discussion presents...

The London—van der Waals attraction between spherical particles

SummaryFrequently we experience the existance of adhesive forces between small particles. It seems natural to ascribe this adhesion for a large part to London-v.d. Waals forces. To obtain general information concerning their order of magnitude the London-v....

Economics and knowledge

Economics and knowledge

Theory of the integral

S. Saks, L. C. Young, Stefan Banach

The differential response in animals to stimuli varying within a single dimension.

The differential response in animals to stimuli varying within a single dimension.

Spectroscopic Studies of the Hydrogen Bond. II. The Shift of the O[Single Bond]H Vibrational Frequency in the Formation of the Hydrogen Bond

The association spectra of a number of acids and alcohols in the region λλ9000–11,000 have been observed both in solution and in the pure liquids. In each case a broad band with maximum near λ10,000 was observed while in the alcohols an additional...

Calculation of the Rate of Elementary Association Reactions

An upper limit for the rate of association reactions is found by determining the probability of a decrease of the relative energy of two atoms below zero energy, under the influence of a third body. The relation of this approximate calculation to the...

On the Theory of Optical Rotatory Power

The Born theory of optical activity in quantum‐mechanical form is simplified with the aid of certain approximations. It leads to a simple expression for the rotatory parameter of an active molecule in terms of the geometrical configuration and the polarizabilitytensors...

Outline of a Theory of Statistical Estimation Based on the Classical Theory of Probability

Outline of a Theory of Statistical Estimation Based on the Classical Theory of Probability

A scale for the measurement of the psychological magnitude pitch.

A subjective scale for the measurement of pitch was constructed from determinations of the half‐value of pitches at various frequencies. This scale differs from both the musical scale and the frequency scale, neither of which is subjective. Five observers...

A history of political theory

A history of political theory

Dictionary of American biography

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Dumas Malone

The Statistical Mechanics of Condensing Systems. II

It is shown that the theoretical equations of the preceding paper lead to the prediction that, in a finite density and temperature range above the temperature of disappearance of the meniscus, a range of microscopic densities are equally stable, and in...

A Theory of Liquid Structure

A simple model of the liquid is used to extend the equation of state previously obtained and to treat the process of fusion, viscous flow, and binary liquid systems. Our equation of state which applies to dense liquids has been fitted on to Happel's modification...

Propulsion of a flapping and oscillating airfoil

Formulas are given for the propelling or drag force experience in a uniform air stream by an airfoil or an airfoil-aileron combination, oscillating in any of three degrees of freedom; vertical flapping, torsional oscillations about a fixed axis parallel...

The Distribution of Electricity in Thunderclouds

The investigation of the distribution of electricity in thunderclouds described by Simpson and Scrase in 1937 has been continued at Kew Observatory. Alti-electrographs, which record the sign of the potential gradient, are sent up on small free balloons....

The quantum theory of the non-ideal gas. II. Behaviour at low temperatures

The considerations on the second virial coefficient B (T) given in the first part of this paper (see Ref. 1) have been extended by taking into account the influence of Bose or Fermi statistics (§ 2) and of discrete quantum states (existence of polarization...

The axiomatic method in biology

J. H. Woodger, Alfred Tarski, W. F. Floyd

Abelian groups without elements of finite order

Abelian groups without elements of finite order

One‐Electron Rotatory Power

It is shown that a single electron moving in a field of suitable dissymmetry can give rise to optical rotatory power in a medium containing molecules of this type. This effect is called one‐electron rotatory power and is in striking contrast to the...

Theory of the Viscosity of Liquids as a Function of Temperature and Pressure

An equation for the viscosity of a liquid in terms of the energy of vaporization and the molal volume is developed from the reaction rate theory of viscosity due to Eyring. The degree of freedom corresponding to flow is assumed to be a translational one,...

Dynamical Effects of Radiation in the Solar System

H. P. Robertson, Henry Norris Russell

Fibroma of the Ovary with Ascites and Hydrothorax *: With a Report of Seven Cases

SummaryThere have been described in this paper seven cases of ascites and hydrothorax due to the presence of a tumor of the ovary of a nonsecretory type. The importance of such a lesion in medical and surgical problems seems very great, for unexplained...

The Deduction of Reaction Mechanisms from the Theory of Absolute Rates

The limitations of the simple collision theory for reactions are discussed. The Menschutkin and related reactions are shown to involve the formation of an activated complex with an electric moment of a magnitude which is calculated for the various cases....

The Dependence of Hearing Impairment on Sound Intensity

This paper discusses the measurement of hearing loss for levels of sound that were well above the deafened threshold and hence were audible to the deafened person. In the tests, observers having unilateral deafness, i.e., one impaired and one normal ear,...

Modern higher algebra

A. Adrian Albert

PERSONALITY FEATURES AND REACTIONS OF SUBJECTS WITH MIGRAINE

1subjects with migraine reported attacks after an exciting play at the theater, after card playing, after dancing and (many housewives) after a "large washday." Also mentioned were sick headaches that came with riding on trains and sustained noises and...

Kinetics of distribution of substances administered to the body, II : The intravascular modes of administration

Kinetics of distribution of substances administered to the body, II : The intravascular modes of administration

THE NATURE OF CIRCULATORY COLLAPSE INDUCED BY SODIUM NITRITE 1

Soma Weiss, Robert W. Wilkins, Florence W. Haynes

The Influence of Dipole-Dipole Coupling on the Specific Heat and Susceptibility of a Paramagnetic Salt

The mutual magnetic potential energy of atomic magnetic dipoles is unimportant in salts of high dilution at ordinary temperatures, but becomes important in determining the temperature scale in the new very low region obtained by magnetic cooling. This...

Theory of Color of Organic Compounds

Several structural formulae can be written for a colored compound, since the molecule usually contains an alternation of single and double bonds. The color is attributed to absorption bands corresponding to transitions between the levels which arise from...

Experimental studies of learning and the higher mental processes in infra-human primates.

Experimental studies of learning and the higher mental processes in infra-human primates.

Relation Between Loudness and Masking

This paper describes the derivation of a formula for calculating the loudness of any sound from the masking audiogram obtained with the observer immersed in the sound. This formula contains a new function which is dependent only on the masking audiogram....

Paralytic Shell-Fish Poisoning.

H.H. Sommer, K. F. Meyer

Errata: Lattice Energies, Equilibrium Distances, Compressibilities, and Characteristic Frequencies of Alkali Halide Crystals

Constants in the Born and Mayer exponential expression for the repulsion between two ions have been recalculated. Using these, the lattice energies and equilibrium distances between ions have been recomputed, for alkali halide crystals. Expressions have...

Airfoil Section Characteristics as Affected by Variations of the Reynolds Number

Report presents the results of an investigation of a systematically chosen representative group of related airfoils conducted in the NACA variable-density wind tunnel over a wide range of Reynolds number extending well into the flight range. The tests...

Determination of the townsend. Ionization coefficient α for mixtures of neon and argon

frResumeEn outre on a determine les quantites γ (nombre d'electrons supplementaires sortant de la cathode a la suite du choc d'un ion positif) et V (une correction a ajouter a la tension d'amorcage, calculee avec les valeurs de, α et γ).Etant donne...

The Infrared Absorption Spectrum of Hydrogen Chloride in Solution

The near infrared absorption bands of HCl in nonionizing solvents in the neighborhood of 3.5μ and 1.8μ, measured with a 3600 line per inch grating, have the following characteristics; they show no rotational structure; they usually have two components...

THE INFLUENCE OF LIGHT AND CARBON DIOXIDE ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS

THE INFLUENCE OF LIGHT AND CARBON DIOXIDE ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Congenital stenosis of the abdominal aorta

An unusual instance of congenital narrowing and complete occlusion of the midabdominal segment of the aorta, immediately below the renal branches, in a woman aged eighteen years, is described. The case was clinically under observation for nearly five...

Adaptation, after-effect, and contrast in the perception of tilted lines. II. Simultaneous contrast and the areal restriction of the after-effect.

Adaptation, after-effect, and contrast in the perception of tilted lines. II. Simultaneous contrast and the areal restriction of the after-effect.

Experimental studies on Echinostoma revolutum (Froelich) a fluke from birds and mammals. 15

Experimental studies on Echinostoma revolutum (Froelich) a fluke from birds and mammals. 15

Thermodynamic Functions for Molecules Having Restricted Internal Rotations

The partition function is considered for molecules having restricted internal rotations, and expressions are obtained which are reasonably accurate for most actual molecules. Tables are presented which list the contributions of a single restricted rotational...

Everybody's autobiography

Gertrude Stein (1874-1946)

Theorems on Fourier Series and Power Series(III)

J. E. Littlewood, R. E. A. C. Paley

Endemic fluorosis in the Madras Presidency.

H. E. Shortt, G. R. Mcrobert, Tom Barnard, A. S. M. Nayar

The kingdom of God in America

H. Richard (Helmut Richard) Niebuhr

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