## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 266Pergamon Press, 1958 Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-1859. cf. Index to v. 1-120 of the Journal, p. [415] |

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... proper or moving frame of reference . physical laws take on degenerate forms in a

... proper or moving frame of reference . physical laws take on degenerate forms in a

**proper frame**since there is something unique about a**proper frame**which makes it different relativistically from all other frames . Thus , Maxwell's ...Page 443

... proper reference frame ? The explanation is simple . A law of physics can only be regarded as correctly formulated if it agrees with experiment in a non -

... proper reference frame ? The explanation is simple . A law of physics can only be regarded as correctly formulated if it agrees with experiment in a non -

**proper frame**. All inertial coordinate systems are equivalent in principle ...Page 458

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**proper frame**of the grain according to the same law , expressed in Eq . 79 . transforming Eq . 83 to the**proper frame**one obtains u.Fou2 Po / c2 + u.Fo + u2 mPo / c2 0 Therefore , = u . Fou2 Po / c2 . ( 84 ) The equation of dynamic ...### Contents

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Effects of Unipolar Air Ions on Microorganisms and on Evaporation | 9 |

Plastics in the Space Age JOHN H Lux | 21 |

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