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1. Marcel Brillouin papers, 18871943 [1887]

Brillouin, Marcel and Brillouin, Léon
 Léon Brillouin
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Electricity, Fluids, Hydrodynamics, Mathematical physics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Tides  Research, Wavemotion, Theory of, Bibliographies, Laboratory notes, and Physicists
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Notebooks and notes, reprints, correspondence, bibliographies. The bulk of the collection consists of notebooks and notes on the work of M. Brillouin and his colleagues on meteorology, global wave theory, and electricity. The reprints are by M. Brillouin (18921938) on subjects including meteorology, mathematical physics, wave theory, and hydrodynamics; the reprints by colleagues (18791944) are on hydrodynamics, oceanography, and tidal research. The correspondence (18871939) is both professional and personal, many centered on his research on tides and physics of the earth. There are several letters from his son, Léon Brillouin, concerning both physics and family matters. One file contains correspondence between Brillouin and H. A. Lorentz from 1911 regarding Marie Curie and Paul Langevin. The bibliographies include an annotated bibliography of M. Brillouin's published works, as well as a checklist of his public speeches. Correspondents include: Alfred Basset, Léon Brillouin, Lord William Thomson Kelvin, Augustus E. H. Love, Max Planck, Arnold Sommerfeld, and Rolin Wavre.
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Jesse, William Polk
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Electricity, Electrons, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Wavemotion, Theory of, Notebooks, and Physicists
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Notes on the lectures of Albert A. Michelson and Robert A. Millikan while Jesse was a student at the University of Chicago. Courses taught by Michelson: Mechanics and Wave Motion, Electricity and Magnetism, and Physical Optics. Courses taught by Millkan: Electron Theory, Quantum Theory, and Kinetic Theory.
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3. Fritz Reiche papers, 19071998 [1908]

Reiche, F.
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Aerodynamics, Antennas, Electric circuit analysis, Electricity, Electromagnetism, Mechanics, Optics, Physics  Study and teaching, Quantum theory, Spectrum analysis, Thermodynamics, Vector analysis, Wavemotion, Theory of, Lecture notes, and Notebooks
 Abstract

The collection includes materials from Reiche's time in Germany at the University of Berlin and the University of Breslau and from throughout his career in the United States. The correspondence is on research topics including electromagnetism and aerodynamics. Correspondents include: Max Born, Albert Einstein, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Alexander Kolin, Rudolf Ladenberg, H. F. Ludloff, Otto Lummer, Ladislaus Natanson, Max Planck, and Erwin Schrödinger. The notes and calculations are about subjects such as nuclear physics, Einstein's equation and theoretical physics. The lecture notes and notebooks include lectures and course materials on atomic physics, electricity, hydrodynamics and elasticity, mechanics, optics, quantum theory, thermodynamics, and vector analysis. The manuscripts contain work on spectral analysis and wave theory, including final manuscripts, notes and drafts. The publications are comprised of works by Reiche and other scientists. The Hans Reiche Materials include notebooks on antennas, circuit analysis, and electricity, and an essay about his father. The collection also contains Reiche's diplomas.
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Loeb, Leonard B.
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Electricity, Electromagnetic theory, Electrons, Wave theory of light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Radiation, Thermodynamics, Wavemotion, Theory of, Notebooks, Notes, and Physicists
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Lecture notes were taken by Loeb while a student of Albert A. Michelson, and Robert A. Millikan at the University of Chicago. Courses taught by Michelson were Mechanics and Wave Motion, Physical Optics, Electromagnetic Theory of Light, Electricity and Magnetism, and Optics. Courses taught by Millikan were Electron Theory, Thermodynamics and Radiation, "Physics 12," Physics 43," and Quantum Theory.
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Jesse, William Polk
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Electricity, Electrons, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Wavemotion, Theory of, Electricity, Electrons, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Students, Wavemotion, Theory of, Notebooks, and Physicists
 Abstract

Notes on the lectures of Albert A. Michelson and Robert A. Millikan while Jesse was a student at the University of Chicago. Courses taught by Michelson: Mechanics and Wave Motion, Electricity and Magnetism, and Physical Optics. Courses taught by Millkan: Electron Theory, Quantum Theory, and Kinetic Theory.
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6. Marcel Brillouin papers, 18871943 [1887]

Brillouin, Marcel and Brillouin, Léon
 Léon Brillouin
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Electricity, Fluids, Hydrodynamics, Mathematical physics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Tides  Research, Wavemotion, Theory of, Electricity, Fluids, Hydrodynamics, Mathematical physics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Tides  Research, Wavemotion, Theory of, Bibliographies, Laboratory notes, and Physicists
 Abstract

Notebooks and notes, reprints, correspondence, bibliographies. The bulk of the collection consists of notebooks and notes on the work of M. Brillouin and his colleagues on meteorology, global wave theory, and electricity. The reprints are by M. Brillouin (18921938) on subjects including meteorology, mathematical physics, wave theory, and hydrodynamics; the reprints by colleagues (18791944) are on hydrodynamics, oceanography, and tidal research. The correspondence (18871939) is both professional and personal, many centered on his research on tides and physics of the earth. There are several letters from his son, Léon Brillouin, concerning both physics and family matters. One file contains correspondence between Brillouin and H.A. Lorentz from 1911 regarding Marie Curie and Paul Langevin. The bibliographies include an annotated bibliography of M. Brillouin's published works, as well as a checklist of his public speeches. Correspondents include: Alfred Basset, Léon Brillouin, Lord William Thomson Kelvin, Augustus E.H. Love, Max Planck, Arnold Sommerfeld, and Rolin Wavre.
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Loeb, Leonard B.
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Electricity, Electromagnetic theory, Electrons, Wave theory of light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Radiation, Thermodynamics, Wavemotion, Theory of, Electricity, Electromagnetic theory, Electrons, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Radiation, Students, Thermodynamics, Wavemotion, Theory of, Wave theory of light, Notebooks, Notes, and Physicists
 Abstract

Lecture notes were taken by Loeb while a student of Albert A. Michelson, and Robert A. Millikan at the University of Chicago. Courses taught by Michelson were Mechanics and Wave Motion, Physical Optics, Electromagnetic Theory of Light, Electricity and Magnetism, and Optics. Courses taught by Millikan were Electron Theory, Thermodynamics and Radiation, "Physics 12," Physics 43," and Quantum Theory.
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8. Fritz Reiche papers, 19071998 [1908]

Reiche, F.
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Aerodynamics, Antennas, Electric circuit analysis, Electricity, Electromagnetism, Mechanics, Optics, Physics  Study and teaching, Quantum theory, Spectrum analysis, Thermodynamics, Vector analysis, Wavemotion, Theory of, Lecture notes, and Notebooks
 Abstract

The collection includes materials from Reiche's time in Germany at the University of Berlin and the University of Breslau and from throughout his career in the United States. The correspondence is on research topics including electromagnetism and aerodynamics. Correspondents include: Max Born, Albert Einstein, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Alexander Kolin, Rudolf Ladenberg, H.F. Ludloff, Otto Lummer, Ladislaus Natanson, Max Planck, and Erwin Schrödinger. The notes and calculations are about subjects such as nuclear physics, Einstein's equation and theoretical physics. The lecture notes and notebooks include lectures and course materials on atomic physics, electricity, hydrodynamics and elasticity, mechanics, optics, quantum theory, thermodynamics, and vector analysis. The manuscripts contain work on spectral analysis and wave theory, including final manuscripts, notes and drafts. The publications are comprised of works by Reiche and other scientists. The Hans Reiche Materials include notebooks on antennas, circuit analysis, and electricity, and an essay about his father. The collection also contains Reiche's diplomas.
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Loeb, Leonard B.
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Electricity, Electromagnetic theory, Electrons, Wave theory of light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Radiation, Thermodynamics, Wavemotion, Theory of, Electricity, Electromagnetic theory, Electrons, Magnetism, Mechanics, Physical optics, Quantum theory, Radiation, Students, Thermodynamics, Wavemotion, Theory of, Wave theory of light, Notebooks, Notes, and Physicists
 Abstract

Lecture notes were taken by Loeb while a student of Albert A. Michelson, and Robert A. Millikan at the University of Chicago. Courses taught by Michelson were Mechanics and Wave Motion, Physical Optics, Electromagnetic Theory of Light, Electricity and Magnetism, and Optics. Courses taught by Millikan were Electron Theory, Thermodynamics and Radiation, "Physics 12," Physics 43," and Quantum Theory.
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10. Fritz Reiche papers, 19071998 [1908]

Reiche, F.
 Subjects

Aerodynamics, Antennas, Electric circuit analysis, Electricity, Electromagnetism, Mechanics, Optics, Physics  Study and teaching, Quantum theory, Spectrum analysis, Thermodynamics, Vector analysis, Wavemotion, Theory of, Lecture notes, and Notebooks
 Abstract

The collection includes materials from Reiche's time in Germany at the University of Berlin and the University of Breslau and from throughout his career in the United States. The correspondence is on research topics including electromagnetism and aerodynamics. Correspondents include: Max Born, Albert Einstein, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Alexander Kolin, Rudolf Ladenberg, H.F. Ludloff, Otto Lummer, Ladislaus Natanson, Max Planck, and Erwin Schrödinger. The notes and calculations are about subjects such as nuclear physics, Einstein's equation and theoretical physics. The lecture notes and notebooks include lectures and course materials on atomic physics, electricity, hydrodynamics and elasticity, mechanics, optics, quantum theory, thermodynamics, and vector analysis. The manuscripts contain work on spectral analysis and wave theory, including final manuscripts, notes and drafts. The publications are comprised of works by Reiche and other scientists. The Hans Reiche Materials include notebooks on antennas, circuit analysis, and electricity, and an essay about his father. The collection also contains Reiche's diplomas.
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