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Fri Mar 21 17:11:26 2014 UTClccn-n500548520.00Life of John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh : an augm. /0.661.00Lord Rayleigh on flight32059492John_William_Strutt,_3rd_Baron_Rayleighn 5005485289605Lord Rayleigh.Rayleigh, J. W. Strutt 1842-1919Rayleigh, John W. 1842-1919Rayleigh, John William Strutt, baron, 1842-1919Rayleigh, John William Strutt, Lord, 1842-1919Rayleigh, lordRayleigh, ..., Lord, 1842-1919Rayleigh of Terling Place, John William Strutt, 3rd baronRayleigh, ..., Third Baron, 1842-1919Rėleï, Dzhon Vilí︠a︡m Strett, Baron, 1842-1919Stratt, Dzh. U. (Dzhon Uilʹi︠a︡m), Baron, 1842-1919Strett, Dž. V.Strett, Dzhon Vilʹi︠a︡m, Baron, 1842-1919Strutt, J. WStrutt, J.William, 1842-1919Strutt, John W., 1842-1919Strutt, John WilliamStrutt, John William, 1842-1919Strutt, John William, 3rd Baron RayleighStrutt, John William, BarónStrutt, John William, Baron RayleighStrutt, John William, baron Rayleigh, 1842-1919Strutt, John William, Lord Rayleigh, 1842-1919Strutt, John William Rayleigh 1842-1919Strutt Rayleigh, J. W.Strutt Rayleigh, John William.Strutt Rayleigh, John William 1842-1919レイリーレイリー卿lccn-n50050876Lindsay, Robert Bruce1900-auilccn-n84803539Rayleigh, Robert John StruttBaron1875-1947lccn-n79086311Stokes, George Gabriel1819-1903lccn-n87116502Larmor, Joseph1857-1942edtlccn-n79089636Maxwell, James Clerk1831-1879lccn-n86856773Ramsay, William1852-1916np-gavin, william$sir$1886Gavin, WilliamSir1886-lccn-n79061284British Association for the Advancement of Sciencelccn-no2002018823Neesen, Friedrichtrlnp-placzek, gPlaczek, G.Rayleigh, John William StruttBaron1842-1919BiographyTextbooksSoundVibrationWavesPhysicsRayleigh, John William Strutt,--Baron,HeatMathematicsPhysicistsGreat BritainThomson, J. J.--(Joseph John),Physical opticsHydrodynamicsAtmosphereArgonElectricityMeteorologyAgricultureAir--AnalysisEngland--EssexPhysics--ResearchOpticsLight--ScatteringThermodynamicsElectric measurementsTerada, Torahiko,JapanAuthors, JapaneseNatsume, Sōseki,EnglandScienceMichelson, Albert A.--(Albert Abraham),Elastic plates and shellsSound-wavesCase Institute of TechnologyMillikan, Robert Andrews,Physics--Study and teachingBohr, Niels,United States.--National Bureau of StandardsEinstein, Albert,Fizeau, H.--(Hippolyte),LongevityRamsay, William,Angell, Norman,Case Western Reserve UniversityAeronauticsProtons--ScatteringNobel PrizesBritish Association for the Advancement of ScienceRayleigh wavesBiology1842191918651870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618911894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081910191119121916191719191920192119241925192619291934193519361937193819401942194319441945194619551956196219641965196619671968196919701973197419751978198319851986199319941996199720032004200620082009201120125775247608534.1QC3ocn000944380ocn001148827ocn003532554ocn005654566ocn005313470ocn006060605ocn609915572ocn808174390ocn798048966ocn3168531122278113ocn000976136book18770.63Rayleigh, John William StruttThe theory of soundIn volume II: index af authors+-+874751139569233ocn000531596book18990.73Rayleigh, John William StruttScientific papers+-+K7905535662457ocn002661846book18800.81Kelvin, William ThomsonMathematical and physical papers+-+K01755356623019ocn000944380book18770.70Maxwell, James ClerkTheory of heatTextbooks18112ocn014588386book18950.92Rayleigh, John William StruttArgon, a new constituent of the atmosphere9329ocn025480251book18770.47Rayleigh, John William StruttThe theory of sound+-+87475113959133ocn025480270book18780.39Rayleigh, John William StruttThe theory of sound+-+6847511395368ocn017719549book18840.79Rayleigh, John William StruttAddress by the Right Hon. Lord Rayleigh, M.A., D.C.L. ... president3412ocn018719074book18790.70Rayleigh, John William StruttDie Theorie des Schalles296ocn263582611book18790.37Rayleigh, John William StruttDie Theorie des Schalles285ocn033949708book19940.79Rayleigh, John William StruttThe collected optics papers of Lord Rayleigh265ocn313593360book18800.35Rayleigh, John William StruttDie Theorie des Schalles2510ocn220181040book19420.76Rayleigh, Robert John StruttThe life of Sir J.J. Thomson, O.M., sometime master of Trinity college, CambridgeBiography185ocn635217155book19120.47Rayleigh, John William StruttScientific papers175ocn314173698book19000.47Rayleigh, John William StruttScientific papers176ocn594203242book18990.47Rayleigh, John William StruttScientific papers171ocn490225125book19250.90Société française de physiqueLe livre du cinquantenaire de la Société française de physique161ocn005313470book19080.88Maxwell, James ClerkTheory of heat, with corrections and additions (1891)144ocn314173907book19010.47Rayleigh, John William StruttScientific papers133ocn821750429book18810.93Rayleigh, John William StruttElectrical measurementsA collection of papers published in Rayleigh's own name and in conjunction with Prof. Schuster and Mrs. Sidgwick. This example is thought to be Rayleigh's own copy. It has annotations in his own hand on pages 413-415 of article 17 and a ms. leaf in his hand laid in5152ocn000080169book19700.56Lindsay, Robert BruceLord Rayleigh--the man and his workBiography3927ocn000331020book19240.73Rayleigh, Robert John StruttLife of John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.SBiography1574ocn005788620book19700.59Lindsay, Robert BruceMen of physics : Lord Rayleigh - the man and his work1387ocn003044277book19240.84Rayleigh, Robert John StruttJohn William Strutt, third baron Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., sometime president of the Royal society and chancellor of the University of CambridgeBiography713ocn000455959book19670.79Gavin, WilliamNinety years of family farming: the story of Lord Rayleigh's and Strutt & Parker farmsHistory243ocn001931517book19460.84Ketel, Roelof StevensTheorie van het Rayleigh-verstrooiïngstriplet van vloeistoffen (afleiding van de formule van Landau en Placzek)71ocn774272088book20120.96Koyama, KeitaTerada Torahiko : Sōseki, Reirī-kyō to wakon yōsai no butsurigakuBiography42ocn778916018book20110.47The acoustical experiments of Lord Rayleigh : exhibition guideExhibition catalogs12ocn045478838mix1.00Ernest, MauricePapersConsists of one box of correspondence (supplemented by clippings) written to biologist and author Maurice Ernest (1872-1955) by various individuals. The contents of these letters, which span the period between 1900 and 1954, reflect Ernest's interests in homeopathy and longevity studies, as well as his involvement in international relations as a press correspondent from 1897-1909. His correspondents included Nobel Prize winners such as Ralph Angell, Frederick Hopkins, Philip Noel-Baker, William Ramsay and John Rayleigh, as well as numerous physicians, scientists, and newspaper editors11ocn779562066visu1899Dalton, F. TJohn William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh. Colour lithograph by F. T. Dalton, 189911ocn082798862mix1974Shankland, Robert SOral history interview with Robert S. ShanklandHistoryGregory Breit, Karl Taylor Compton, Walter Dale Compton, Karl Kelchner Darrow, R. L. Doan, Saul Dushman, Carl Henry Eckart, Thomas Alva Edison, Enrico Fermi, Armand Hippolyte Fizeau, Lester L. Foldy, Gustav Ludwig Hertz, Oliver Wendell Holmes, F. R. von Horn, J. W. Horton, William Vermillion Houston, Frank Clark Hoyt, Z. Jeffries, Edwin Crawford Kemble, G. Kuerti, Joseph Larmor, Ernest Orlando Lawrence, F. Leone, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, W. H. Martin, Emanuel Maxwell, Sidney McCuskey, Albert Abraham Michelson, Dayton C. Miller, Robert Andrews Millikan, Jason John Nassau, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Henri Poincaré, Baron Rayleigh, John William Strutt, Owen Willans Richardson, Henry A. Rowland, Henry Norris Russell, Ernest Rutherford, Harlow Shapley, John Clarke Slater, G. Szell, John Torrence Tate, Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, Joseph John Thomson, Merle Antony Tuve, John Hasbrouck Van Vleck, M. Walsh, M. Walters, Robert Williams Wood; Bell Telephone Laboratories, Case School of Applied Science, George Washington University Law School, Mount Wilson Observatory, Phillips Petroleum Co., United States Navy New London Laboratory, and United States Office of Scientific Research and Development11ocn779562063visuJohn William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh. Photogravure after Sir P. Burne-Jones11ocn844352975bookRayleigh, Robert John StruttLife of John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh : an augm.11ocn081640505mixWhiting, Sarah FrancesRecords and correspondenceWhiting's papers, which date from 1859 to 1927, consist of personal and business correspondence, letters from noted scientists, and letters from individuals invited to speak at Wellesley College, as well as Whiting's notes for speeches and addresses. The papers also include three scrapbooks, 1877-1888, compiled by Whiting containing newspaper clippings on scientific news or stories about Wellesley College, and a book of pencil drawings by Whiting. Correspondents include, among others: William Grylls Adams, William E. Ayrton, George F. Barker, Mary L. Bean, Agnes M. Clerke, Charles R. Cross, A. E. Dolber, J. R. Eastman, Lilian H. Farlow, Susan S. Fessenden, Charlotte N. Fiske, Eustace C. Fitz, Anna M. Fox, Edwin H. Hall, William Herbert Hobbs, Lady Margaret Huggins, Arthur Little, Sir Norman Lockyer, Sir Oliver Lodge, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, J. Lovering, Emilie Hyacinthe Loyson, W. Ramsey, Lord Robert J. Rayleigh, Laura Spelman Rockefeller, and Silvanus Phillips Thompson11ocn779562065visuJohn William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh. Watercolour by F. T. Dalton, 189911ocn068266432book1.00Lord Rayleigh on flight11ocn779587791visu1904Boyd, A. SBritish Association for the Advancement of Science: speakers at its meeting in Cambridge in 1904. Coloured drawing by A.S. Boyd, 190411ocn082694665mixMichelson, Albert APapersThe collection documents Michelson's long career, but also includes materials relevant to Michelson that were created before and after his lifetime. Subjects covered include the Michelson family; his career at the Naval Academy and subsequent relations with the Navy; his relationship with other institutions such as Clark University, University of Chicago, the Bureau of Standards, and the Case Institute. Subject files include: ether experiments, gravity meter experiments, the history of light and the interferometer, the Michelson-Morley experiment, spectroscopy, star diameter measurements, vacuum tube experiment, velocity of light measurements, the Mount Wilson experiment, the Nobel Prize, Lick Observatory, and the Bureau of Ordinance range finder. Correspondence concerning Michelson's experiments, awards, and society memberships, notebooks, data sheets, etc. and on such topics as the velocity of light, relative motion of earth and ether, determination of the standard meter in wavelengths of light, and other applications of interference methods of metrology, metallic colors in birds and insects, measurement of stellar diameters, elasticoviscous phenomena, and earth tides; scientific manuscripts and reprints by Michelson and other scientists whose work related to Michelson's; critiques and biographical material about Michelson; apparatus (some models), such as the interferometer, gravity meter, ruling engine, and ether11ocn049253054book19200.47Schuster, ArthurObituary notice of John William Strutt, Baron Rayleigh : 1842-191911ocn476882074mix0.47Rayleigh, John William StruttJohn William Strutt Rayleigh collection, 1865-1976BiographyThis collection contains materials pertaining to the professional career of John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh, and his son, Robert John Strutt, Fourth Baron Rayleigh. There is a complete set of John William Strutt's experimental notebooks that pertain to his scientific papers and other topics he researched. Published scientific papers written by Lord Rayleigh regarding light, waves, currents, and acoustics are also included. Additionally, the collection contains rough notes and calculations pertaining to Strutt's scientific papers; copies of scientific correspondence written to and from Lord Rayleigh; and correspondence between Lord Rayleigh and Lord Ramsay regarding their research and discovery of Argon. There is also a series of unpublished notes, calculations, and lectures written by Lord Rayleigh within the collection. Finally, there are numerous letters and papers, most of which were written by or to John Howard, Chief Scientist at AFCRL, regarding the Rayleigh Collection and dedication of the collection at AFCRL+-+8747511395+-+8747511395Fri Mar 21 15:19:27 EDT 2014batch31656