Abstract

The polarization of radiation scattered by an electronic system in a magnetic field is worked out on the classical theory. It is shown that it is improbable that the experimental facts can be accounted for on a classical analogy. Instead, a quantum hypothesis is made which appears to account for the phenomena more satisfactorily.

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  1. J. A. Eldridge, Physical Rev., 24, p. 234; 1924.
  2. G. Breit, J.O.S.A. & R.S.I. 10, p. 439; 1925; also Phil. Mag., 47, p. 832; 1924.
  3. Phys. Rev., pp. 330–365; Oct. 1924.
  4. J. Wash. Acad. Sci., 15, p. 269; 1925.
  5. A. Ellett, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 427, especially p. 433; G. Breit, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 439, especially p. 446.

Breit, G.

G. Breit, J.O.S.A. & R.S.I. 10, p. 439; 1925; also Phil. Mag., 47, p. 832; 1924.

Eldridge, J. A.

J. A. Eldridge, Physical Rev., 24, p. 234; 1924.

Ellett, A.

A. Ellett, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 427, especially p. 433; G. Breit, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 439, especially p. 446.

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J. A. Eldridge, Physical Rev., 24, p. 234; 1924.

G. Breit, J.O.S.A. & R.S.I. 10, p. 439; 1925; also Phil. Mag., 47, p. 832; 1924.

Phys. Rev., pp. 330–365; Oct. 1924.

J. Wash. Acad. Sci., 15, p. 269; 1925.

A. Ellett, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 427, especially p. 433; G. Breit, J.O.S.A., & R.S.I., 10, p. 439, especially p. 446.

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