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Vintage textual content, good within the line of Lamb’s hydrodynamics, which provide a transparent and methodical advent of the mathematical concept of fluid flows.The current paintings is split into volumes, the 1st of which offers with the idea of the movement of frictionless beverages, as much as and together with the idea of the movement of good our bodies in a liquid. within the moment quantity, a substantial part of that's already written, it truly is proposed to debate the speculation of rectilinear and round vortices ; the movement of a liquid ellipsoid less than the impression of its personal appeal, together with Professor G. H. Darwin’s vital memoir on dumb-bell figures of equilibrium; the theories of liquid waves and tides; and the idea of the movement of a viscous liquid and of good our bodies therein.
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There is no overlap of the electron cloud of the central ion and those of the neighboring ions in the point charge approximation (PCA). Table 3 shows the calculated results of the dipole polarizability a l and ~ the quadrupole polarizability a 2 of ~ ions in copper halide and alkali halide crystals with the PCA. As seen, the value of the dipole polarizability alM(CUf, cuc1) of the copper ion in CuCl crystal with the PCA is equal to the value a1 (Cu’, CuC1) without the PCA. This is consistent with the result that the values of the dipole polarizability a l ( C u f , CuX) of the copper ion in CuX crystals are close to the value of the free copper ion.