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Volume InformationSource: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and PhysicalSciences, Vol. 204, No. 1079 (Jan. 9, 1951), pp. 586-590Published by: The Royal SocietyStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/98729 .

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INDEX TO VOLUME 204 (A)

Adams, C. A. Two new streak cameras, 19. Allan, D. L. & Poole, M. J. Experiments on the reaction T(d, n) 4He. I. The 900 cross-

section, 488. Allan, D. L. & Poole, M. J. Experiments on the reaction T(d, n) 4He. II. The angular dis-

tribution, 500. Andrade, E. N. da C. & Dodd, C. The effect of an electric field on the viscosity of liquids.

II, 449. Ashmore, P. G. & Norrish, R. G. W. A study of sensitized explosions X. The kinetics of

decomposition of chloropicrin and of the hydrogen-oxygen and hydrogen-chlorine reactions sensitized by chloropicrin, 34.

Aust, K. T. & Chalmers, B. Surface energy and structure of crystal boundaries in metals, 359.

Bagguley, D. M. S. & Griffiths, J. H. E. Paramagnetic resonance in chromic sulphate alums at room temperature, 188.

Bamford, C. H., Bamford, Daphne & Collins, J. R. Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. IT. The kinetics of the rearrangements of glucose and fructose in alkaline solution, 85.

Bamford, C. H. & Collins, J. R. Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. I. The kinetics of the autoxidation of glucose, 62.

Bamford, Daphne, See Bamford, Bamford & Collins. Baskett, A. C. & Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril. Oxidation-reduction processes in cultures of

bacteria. I. The reducing power of Bact. lactis aerogenes (Abstract), 295. Binding energy of triton (Hu & Hsu), 476. Bleaney, B. Paramagnetic resonance spectra of five chromic sulphate alums at low

temperatures, 203. Bleaney, B. Thermal properties of potassium chromic alum between 0 05 and 1? K, 216. Bowden, F. P. The initiation of an explosion and its growth to detonation, 20. Bowers, R. & Mendelssohn, K. The viscosity of liquid helium between 2 and 5? K, 366.

Calculation of deflexions of the vertical from gravity anomalies (Cook), 374. Carbohydrates in alkaline solutions (Bamford, Bamford & Collins), 85; (Bamford

& Collins), 62. Cave, L., Corner, J. & Liston, R. H. A. The scattering of gamma-rays in extended media.

I. Perpendicular incidence on a plane slab, 223. Chalmers, B. See Aust & Chalmers. Chandrasekhar, S. The invariant theory of isotropic turbulence in magneto-hydro-

dynamics, 435. Chromic sulphate alums (Bleaney), 203. Collins, J. R. See Bamford, Bamford & Collins; Bamford & Collins. Compressibility and absorption frequency of ionic crystals (Szigeti), 51. Cook, A. H. The calculation of deflexions of the vertical from gravity anomalies, 374. Corner, J. See Cave, Corner & Liston. Corner, J., Day, F. A. G. & Weir, R. E. The scattering of gamma-rays in extended media.

III. Problems with spherical symmetry, 329. Corner, J. & Liston, R. H. A. The scattering of gamma-rays in extended media. II. Back-

scattering of gamma-rays from a thick slab, 323. Cosmic rays, gravitational theory of origin (Gething), 278. Courtney-Pratt, J. S. A new photographic method for studying fast transient phenomena,

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Index 587

Crank, J. & Robinson, C. Interferometric studies in diffusion. II. Influence of con- centration and orientation on diffusion in cellulose acetate, 549.

Critical examination of the gravitational theory of the origin of cosmic rays (Gething), 278.

Crystal boundaries in metals (Aust & Chalmers), 359.

Davies, R. M., Owen, J. D., Edwards, D. H. & Thomas, D. E. Pressure measurements in detonating gases, 17.

Day, F. A. G. See Corner, Day & Weir. Detonation (discussion) (Penney and others), 1. Diffraction image (Wolf), 533. Diffusion, interferometric studies (Robinson), 339; (Crank & Robinson), 549. Discussion on detonation (Penney and others), 1. Dodd, C. See Andrade & Dodd. Dyson, J. An interferometer microscope, 170.

Edwards, D. H. See Davies, Owen, Edwards & Thomas. Effect of an electric feld on the viscosity of liquids. II (Andrade & Dodd), 449. Egerton, Sir Alfred & Warren, D. R. Kinetics of the hydrogen/oxygen reaction. I. The

explosion region in boric acid-coated vessels, 465. Elementary particles, quantum theory (Roberts), 123. Essen, L. The velocity of propagation of electromagnetic waves derived from the resonant

frequencies of a cylindrical cavity resonator, 260. Evans, W. M. Some characteristics of detonation, 12. Experimental and thermodynamic investigation of the hydrogen-titanium system

(McQuillan), 309. Experiments on the reaction T(d, n) 4He. I. The 900 cross-section (Allan & Poole), 488. Experiments on the reaction T(d, n) 4He. IT. The angular distribution (Allan & Poole), 500.

Fading of detonation in solid explosives (Gurton), 31. Fatty acid and soap films (Menter & Tabor), 514. Fermi-Dirac functions of integral order (Rhodes), 396. Flowers, B. H. The theory of the T +D reaction, 503.

Gamma-rays, scattering (Cave, Corner & Liston), 223; (Corner & Liston), 323; (Corner, Day & Weir), 329.

Gething, P. J. D. A critical examination of the gravitational theory of the origin of cosmic rays, 278.

Gordon, M. Statistical kinetics of IHevea rubber cyclization, 569. Griffiths, J. H. E. See Bagguley & Griffiths. Gurton, 0. A. The fading of detonation in solid explosives, 31.

Helium, viscosity of liquid (Bowers & Mendelssohn), 366. Hevea rubber cyclization (Gordon), 569. High and low detonation velocity regimes in condensed explosives (Taylor), 30. Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril. See Baskett & Hinshelwood. Hsu, K-N. See Hu & Hsu. Hu, T-M. & Hsu, K-N. Binding energy of the triton, 476. Huang, K. & Rhys, Avril. Theory of light absorption and non-radiative transitions in

F-centres, 406. Hulm, J. K. The thermal conductivity of tin, mercury, indium and tantalum at liquid

helium temperatures, 98. Hydrogen/oxygen reaction, kinetics (Egerton & Warren), 465. Hydrogen-titanium system (McQuillan), 309.

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588 Index

Initiation of an explosion and its growth to detonation (Bowden), 20. Interferometer microscope (Dyson), 170. Interferometric studies in diffusion. I. Determination of concentration distributions

(Robinson), 339. Interferometric studies in diffusion. II. Influence of concentration and orientation on

diffusion in cellulose acetate (Crank & Robinson), 549. Invariant theory of isotropic turbulence in magneto-hydrodynamics (Chandrasekhar),

435. Ionic crystals, compressibility and absorption frequency (Szigeti), 51.

Jones, H. Theoretical considerations relating to the detonation of solid explosives, 9.

Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. I. The kinetics of the autoxida- tion of glucose (Bamford & Collins), 62.

Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. II. The kinetics of the re- arrangements of glucose and fructose in alkaline solution (Bamford, Bamford & Collins), 85.

Kinetics of the hydrogen/oxygen reaction. I. The explosion region in boric acid-coated vessels (Egerton & Warren), 465.

Lambert, J. D. & Rowlinson, J. S. Ultrasonic dispersion in organic vapours, 424. Levy, M. Wave equations in momentum space, 145. Light distribution near focus in an error-free diffraction image (Wolf), 533. Liston, R. H. A. See Cave, Corner & Liston; Corner & Liston.

McQuillan, A. D. An experimental and thermodynamic investigation of the hydrogen- titanium system, 309.

Mendelssohn, K. See Bowers & Mendelssohn. Menter, J. W. & Tabor, D. Orientation of fatty acid and soap films on'notal surfaces, 514.

New photographic method for studying fast transient phenomena (Courtney-Pratt), 27. Norrish, R. G. W. See Ashmore & Norrish.

Orientation of fatty acid and soap films on metal surfaces (Menter & Tabor), 514. Owen, J. D. See Davies, Owen, Edwards & Thomas. Oxidation-reduction processes in cultures of bacteria. I. The reducing power of Bact.

lactis aerogenes (Abstract) (Baskett & Hinshelwood), 295.

Paramagnetic resonance in chromic sulphate alums at room temperature (Bagguley & Griffiths), 188.

Paramagnetic resonance spectra of five chromic sulphate alums at low temperatures (Bleaney,) 203.

Paterson, S. The reduction in reaction energy in cases of incomplete confinement, 30. Penney, W. G. and others. A discussion on detonation, 1. Physical chemistry of detonative reactions (Ubbelohde), 25. Poole, M. J. See Allan & Poole. Potassium chromic alums (Bleaney), 216. Pressure measurements in detonating gases (Davies, Owen, Edwards & Thomas), 17.

Quantum theory of the elementary particles. I. Introduction and classical field dynamics (Roberts), 123.

Index 589

Reduction in reaction energy iri cases of incomplete confinement (Paterson), 30. Rhodes, P. Fermi-Dirac functions of integral order, 396. Rhys, Avril. See Huang & Rhys. Roberts, K. V. On the quantum theory of the elementary particles. I. Introduction and

classical field dynamics, 123. Robinson, C. See Crank & Robinson. Robinson, C. Interferometric studies in diffusion. I. Determination of concentration

distributions, 339. Rowlinson, J. S. See Lambert & Rowlinson.

Sanders, J. V. & Tabor, D. Structure of thin films of aliphatic esters and alcohols on metals, 525.

Scattering of gamma-rays in extended media. I. Perpendicular incidence on a plane slab (Cave, Corner & Liston), 223.

Scattering of gamma-rays in extended media. II. Back-scattering of gamma-rays from a thick slab (Corner & Liston), 323.

Scattering of gamma-rays in extended media. III. Problems with spherical symmetry (Corner, Day & Weir), 329.

Sensitized explosions. X (Ashmore & Norrish), 34. Similarity solutions to problems involving gas flow and shock waves (Taylor), 8. Some characteristics of detonation (Evans), 12. Some comments on the contribution by Dr Courtney-Pratt (Ubbelohde), 29. Stability of a fluid heated from below (Sutton), 297. Statistical kinetics of Hevea rubber cyclization (Gordon), 569. Structure of thin films of aliphatic esters and alcohols on metals (Sanders & Tabor),

525. Study of sensitized explosions. X. The kinetics of decomposition of the hydrogen-oxygen

and hydrogen-chlorine reactions sensitized by chloropicrin (Ashmore & Norrish), 34. Surface energy and structure of crystal boundaries in metals (Aust & Chalmers), 359. Sutton, 0. G. On the stability of a fluid heated from below, 297. Szigeti, B. Compressibility and absorption frequency of ionic crystals, 51.

Tabor, D. See Menter & Tabor; Sanders & Tabor. Taylor, Sir Geoffrey. Similarity solutions to problems involving gas flow and shock

waves, 8. Taylor, J. High and low detonation velocity regimes in condensed explosives, 30. Theoretical considerations relating to the detonation of solid explosives (Jones), 9. Theory of light absorption and non-radiative transitions in F-centres (Huang & Rhys),

406. Theory of the T +D reaction (Flowers), 503. Thermal conductivity of tin, mercury, indium and tantalum at liquid helium temperatures

(Hulm), 98. Thermal properties of potassium chromic alum between 0 05 and 10 K (Bleaney), 216. Thomas, D. E. See Davies, Owen, Edwards & Thomas. Triton, binding energy (Hu & Hsu), 476. Two new streak cameras (Adams), 19.

Ubbelohde, A. R. The physical chemistry of detonative reactions, 25. Some comments on the contribution by Dr Courtney-Pratt, 29.

Ultrasonic dispersion in organic vapours (Lambert & Rowlinson), 424.

Velocity of propagation of electromagnetic waves derived from the resonant frequencies of a cylindrical cavity resonator (Essen), 260.

590 Index

Viscosity of liquid helium between 2 and 50 K (Bowers & Mendelssohn), 366. Viscosity of liquids affected by an electric field (Andrade & Dodd), 449.

Warren, D. R. See Egerton & Warren. Wave equations in momentum space (Levy), 145. Weir, R. E. See Corner, Day & Weir. Wolf, E. Light distribution near focus in an error-free diffraction image, 533.

END OF THE TWO HIUNDRED AND FOIURTH VOLUME (SERIES A)

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