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Rays of Positive Electricity and Their Application to Chemical Analyses

Joseph John Thomson, British physicist and recipient of the 1906 Nobel prize for Physics (1856-1940)


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Table of Contents

- About This Book

- Preface

- Rays Of Positive Electricity

- Double Cathodes

- Rectilinear Propagation Of The Positive Rays

- On The Nature Of The Positive Rays, Their Deflection By Electric And Magnetic Forces

- Electrostatic Deflection Of The Particle

- Wien's Proof Of The Magnetic And Electric Deflection Of The Rays

- Effect At Very Low Pressures

- Discussion Of The Photographs

- Negatively Charged Particles

- Atoms Carrying Two Or More Positive Charges

- Methods For Measuring The Number Of The Positively Electric Fied Particles

- On The Information Afforded By The Positive Rays As To The Constitution Of A Gas

- Retrograde And Anode Rays

- Anode Rays

- Doppler Effect Shown By The Positive Rays

- Ratio Of Displacements Of The Two Maxima

- Spectra Produced By Bombardment With Positive Rays

- Disintegration Of Metals Under The Action Of Positive Rays

- On The Use Of The Positive Rays For Chemical Analysis

- On The Nature Of X3 The Substance Giving The 3 Line

- Evolution Of Helium And Neon

- Index

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2015
November 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
154
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Perfect Library
SELLER
FB Editions
SIZE
260.2
KB