On the Deduction of Increase-Rates from Physical and other Tables


THE problem treated by Prof. Everett in your issue of July 20, p. 271, allows a somewhat simpler solution. Take the example given by Prof. Everett. To find the vahie of dp/dθat the temperature 105°, we have only to consider the columns for Δp, Δ3p, Δ5p, &c. In each of these columns there are two numbers, one just above and one just below the horizontal… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/060365a0


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