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PROF. MILLIKAN has recently directed attention to a remarkable property of cosmic rays, in his presidential address to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at Cleveland.1 He… (More)
I HAVE examined the fair weather potential gradient on several mountains in the Bernese Oberland, and find that the positive zone, in summer at midday, extends from sea-level to above the Jungfrau… (More)
Prof. F. A. Paneth and Mr. J. L. Edgar are to be congratulated on having devised a new and ingenious chemical method of measuring both the ozone and nitrogen peroxide in the London atmosphere1.
THE only reason advanced by Dr. Chree (NATURE, April 11, p. 531) in support of his contention that smoke is responsible for atmospheric electricity in towns, is the fact that atmospheric pollution is… (More)
THE question—What chemical changes, if any, are associated with atmospheric electrical discharges ?—does not appear hitherto to have received a definite answer. Nitrogen peroxide and ozone are both… (More)
MESSRS. Cawood and Patterson conclude their extremely interesting account of the behaviour of electrified aerosols with the comment:1 “The existence of such a spherical highly charged assemblage of… (More)
YOUR correspondent, Mr. E. Kilburn Scott, suggests in NATURE of November 24, p. 760, that “the ball may be a mass of concentrated nitrogen oxides,” and considers that this would “fit in well with the… (More)