9. Notes from the Physical Laboratory of the University

1872 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
After passing through the usual routine work of acquiring skill in the fundamental operations, several of my students have remained long enough in the laboratory to make investigations in various branches of Physics. A great many of these inquiries related to matters already thoroughly known; but some have claims to notice as dealing with subjects on which our information is as yet incomplete. These I propose, from time to time, to lay before the Society. Their value as scientific results must
more » ... tific results must depend on the skill and care of the experimenters.
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