CONTENTS.
I. On the Ratio of the Specific Heats of the Paraffins, and their Monohalogen Derivatives. By J. W. CAPSTICK, M. Sc. (Vict.), B. A. (Camb.), Scholar and Coutts-Trotter Student of Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Professor J. J. THOMSON, F.R.S.
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II. On a Special Form of the General Equation of a Cubic Surface and on a Diagram Representing the Twenty-seven Lines on the Surface. By H. M. TAYLOR, M. A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by A. R. FORSYTH, Sc. D., F.R.S.
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III. Contributions to the Mathematical Theory of Evolution. By KARL PEARSON, University College, London. Communicated by Professor HENRICI, F.R.S.
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IV. A Certain Class of Generating Functions in the Theory of Numbers. By Major P. A. MACMAHON, R. A., F.R.S.
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V. Flame Spectra at High Temperatures. - Part I. Oxy-hydrogen Blow-pipe Spectra. By W. N. HARTLEY, F.R.S.
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VI. On a Spherical Vortex. By M. J. M. HILL, M. A., D. Sc., Professor of Mathematics at University College, London. Communicated by Professor HENRICI, F.R.S.
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VII. On Plane Cubics. By CHARLOTTE ANGAS SCOTT. Communicated by Dr. A. R. FORSYTH, F.R.S.
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VIII. On the Whirling and Vibration of Shafts. By STANLEY DUNKERLEY, M. Sc., Berkeley Fellow of the Owens College, Manchester. Communicated by Professor OSBORNE REYNOLDS. F.R.S.
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IX. Experimental Investigations on the Effective Temperature of the Sun, made at Daramona, Streete, Co, Westmeath. By WILLIAM E. WILSON, M.R.I.A., and P. L. GRAY, B.Sc., A.R.C.S., Lecturer in Physics, Mason College, Birmingham. Communicated by G. JOHNSTONE STONEY, F.R.S.
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Index to Part I
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X. BAKERIAN LECTURE. - On the Relations between the Viscosity (Internal Friction) of Liquids and their Chemical Nature. By T. E. THORPE, F.R.S., and J. W. RODGER, Assoc. R.C.S.
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XI. Preliminary Report on the Results obtained with the Prismatic Cameras during the Total Eclipse of the Sun, April 16, 1893. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, C. B., F.R.S.
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XII. A Dynamical Theory of the Electric and Luminiferous Medium. By JOSEPH LARMOR, F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
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XIII. On the Reflection and Refraction of Light. By G. A. SCHOTT, B.A. (Camb.), B. Sc. (Lond.), formerly Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by R. T. GLAZEBROOK, M. A., F.R.S.
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XIV. An Instrument for Grinding Section-plates and Prisms of Crystals of Artificial Preparations Accurately in the Desired Directions. By A. E. TUTTON, Assoc. R.C.S., Demonstrator of Chemistry at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington. Communicated by Professor THORPE, F.R.S.
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XV. An Instrument of Precision for Producing Monochromatic Light of any desired Wave-length, and its use in the Investigation of the Optical Properties of Crystals. By A. T. TUTTON, Assoc. R.C.S., Demonstrator of Chemistry at the Royal-College of Science, South Kensington. Communicated by Professor THORPE, F.R.S.
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XVI. On the Specific Heats of Gases at Constant Volume. - Part II. Carbon Dioxide. By J. JOLY, M. A., Sc. D., F.R.S.
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XVII. On the Specific Heats of Gases at Constant Volume. - Part III. The Specific Heat of Carbon Dioxide as a Function of Temperature. By J. JOLY, M.A., Sc. D., F.R.S.
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XVIII. On the Photographic Arc Spectrum of Electrolytic Iron. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, C. B., F.R.S.
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XIX. On the Photographic Arc Spectrum of Iron Meteorites. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, C. B., F.R.S.
XX. Flame Spectra at High Temperatures. - Part II. The Spectrum of Metallic Manganese, of Alloys of Manganese, and of Compounds containing that Element. By W. N. HARTLEY, F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry, Royal College of Science, Dublin.
XXI. Flame Spectra at High Temperatures. - Part III. The Spectroscopic Phenomena and Thermo-Chemistry of the Bessemer Process. By W. N. HARTLEY, F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry, Royal College of Science, Dublin.
Index to Part II.