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Electricity, Entropy, Light, Momentum (Mechanics), Physics -- Study and teaching, Thermodynamics, Electricity, Entropy, Light, Momentum (Mechanics), Physics -- Study and teaching, and Thermodynamics

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Four books detailing the three portions of Friedrich Herrmann's Karlsruhe Physics Course. Includes 1: Energy, Momentum and Entropy, 2: Data, Electricity, and Light, 3: Thermodynamics and an instructor's manual.

Electricity, Entropy, Light, Momentum (Mechanics), Physics -- Study and teaching, Thermodynamics, Electricity, Entropy, Light, Momentum (Mechanics), Physics -- Study and teaching, and Thermodynamics

Abstract

Four books detailing the three portions of Friedrich Herrmann's Karlsruhe Physics Course. Includes 1: Energy, Momentum and Entropy, 2: Data, Electricity, and Light, 3: Thermodynamics and an instructor's manual.

Electricity, Entropy, Light, Momentum (Mechanics), Physics -- Study and teaching, and Thermodynamics

Abstract

Four books detailing the three portions of Friedrich Herrmann's Karlsruhe Physics Course. Includes 1: Energy, Momentum and Entropy, 2: Data, Electricity, and Light, 3: Thermodynamics and an instructor's manual.

A collection of educational films on major topics in the field of physics. Includes 10 series on the following topics: mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism, electrons, electromagnetic theory, nuclear physics, and optics.

A collection of educational films on major topics in the field of physics. Includes 10 series on the following topics: mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism, electrons, electromagnetic theory, nuclear physics, and optics.

A collection of educational films on major topics in the field of physics. Includes 10 series on the following topics: mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism, electrons, electromagnetic theory, nuclear physics, and optics.

Dynamics, Electricity, Heat, Light, Physics -- Study and teaching (Graduate), Quantum theory, Relativity (Physics), Notebooks, and Physicists

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The notebooks were kept by Winch while a graduate student of physics at the University of Wisconsin. The courses were Experiments in Heat and Light, by John R. Roebuck; Theory of Electricity, by Earle Melvin Terry; Advanced Dynamics, Restricted Relativity, and Electrodynamics, by Warren Weaver; Electrodynamic Theory of Light (2 semesters), by Charles E. Mendenhall; Quantum Mechanics, by John Hasbrouck Van Vleck; and Electron Theory of Metals, by Mendenhall, Van Vleck, and William A. Fowler.

Dynamics, Electricity, Heat, Light, Physics -- Study and teaching (Graduate), Quantum theory, Relativity (Physics), Notebooks, and Physicists

Abstract

The notebooks were kept by Winch while a graduate student of physics at the University of Wisconsin. The courses were Experiments in Heat and Light, by John R. Roebuck; Theory of Electricity, by Earle Melvin Terry; Advanced Dynamics, Restricted Relativity, and Electrodynamics, by Warren Weaver; Electrodynamic Theory of Light (2 semesters), by Charles E. Mendenhall; Quantum Mechanics, by John Hasbrouck Van Vleck; and Electron Theory of Metals, by Mendenhall, Van Vleck, and William A. Fowler.

Dynamics, Electricity, Heat, Light, Physics -- Study and teaching (Graduate), Quantum theory, Relativity (Physics), Notebooks, and Physicists

Abstract

The notebooks were kept by Winch while a graduate student of physics at the University of Wisconsin. The courses were Experiments in Heat and Light, by John R. Roebuck; Theory of Electricity, by Earle Melvin Terry; Advanced Dynamics, Restricted Relativity, and Electrodynamics, by Warren Weaver; Electrodynamic Theory of Light (2 semesters), by Charles E. Mendenhall; Quantum Mechanics, by John Hasbrouck Van Vleck; and Electron Theory of Metals, by Mendenhall, Van Vleck, and William A. Fowler.

Contents: v. 1. Solid geometry - v. 2. Geometry, algebra, ec. - v. 3. Differential calculus - v. 4. Dynamics - v. 5. Heat, electricity - v. 6. Hydrostatics - v. 7. Light, sound, ec. - v. 8. Astronomy.

Electricity, Electrodynamics, Electronics, Electrons, Gases, Hydrodynamics, Light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Physics -- Study and teaching, Laboratory notes, Notebooks, and Physicists

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Student notebooks and experimental notebooks. The student notebooks (1899-1905) consist of lecture and laboratory notes taken by Davis while a student at Columbia University, the University of Göttingen, and Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory. Courses and professors at Columbia University include Mechanics, taught by Robert S. Woodward; Light Theory, by William Hallock; and Electronics and Magnetism, by Michael I. Pupin. At the University of Göttingen courses included Mechanics, taught by R.G. Weber; Basic Mechanics and Magnetism, taught by Woldemar Voigt; and Electric Phenomena, by Carl V.E. Reicke, as well as other courses (teachers unidentified) on thermodynamics, the theory of gases, and electric phenomena in gases. At the Cavendish Laboratory courses included Electrodynamics, taught by Sir Joseph Larmor, and Hydrodynamics by Sir George Stokes. The experimental notebooks (1899-1900) are for work done while a research fellow at Columbia University in the fields of electricity and magnetism, electron dynamics, and circuit equations.

Electricity, Electrodynamics, Electronics, Electrons, Gases, Hydrodynamics, Light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Physics -- Study and teaching, Laboratory notes, Notebooks, and Physicists

Abstract

Student notebooks and experimental notebooks. The student notebooks (1899-1905) consist of lecture and laboratory notes taken by Davis while a student at Columbia University, the University of Göttingen, and Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory. Courses and professors at Columbia University include Mechanics, taught by Robert S. Woodward; Light Theory, by William Hallock; and Electronics and Magnetism, by Michael I. Pupin. At the University of Göttingen courses included Mechanics, taught by R.G. Weber; Basic Mechanics and Magnetism, taught by Woldemar Voigt; and Electric Phenomena, by Carl V.E. Reicke, as well as other courses (teachers unidentified) on thermodynamics, the theory of gases, and electric phenomena in gases. At the Cavendish Laboratory courses included Electrodynamics, taught by Sir Joseph Larmor, and Hydrodynamics by Sir George Stokes. The experimental notebooks (1899-1900) are for work done while a research fellow at Columbia University in the fields of electricity and magnetism, electron dynamics, and circuit equations.

Electricity, Electrodynamics, Electronics, Electrons, Gases, Hydrodynamics, Light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Physics -- Study and teaching, Laboratory notes, Notebooks, and Physicists

Abstract

Student notebooks and experimental notebooks. The student notebooks (1899-1905) consist of lecture and laboratory notes taken by Davis while a student at Columbia University, the University of Göttingen, and Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory. Courses and professors at Columbia University include Mechanics, taught by Robert S. Woodward; Light Theory, by William Hallock; and Electronics and Magnetism, by Michael I. Pupin. At the University of Göttingen courses included Mechanics, taught by R.G. Weber; Basic Mechanics and Magnetism, taught by Woldemar Voigt; and Electric Phenomena, by Carl V.E. Reicke, as well as other courses (teachers unidentified) on thermodynamics, the theory of gases, and electric phenomena in gases. At the Cavendish Laboratory courses included Electrodynamics, taught by Sir Joseph Larmor, and Hydrodynamics by Sir George Stokes. The experimental notebooks (1899-1900) are for work done while a research fellow at Columbia University in the fields of electricity and magnetism, electron dynamics, and circuit equations.