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Pickering, Edward C. (Edward Charles), 1846-1919.
Compilation of the papers on physics.
Cambridge [Mass.] 1877
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Edward C Pickering
Contains also: On the focal length of microscope objectives, by C.R. Cross.--Foci of lenses placed obliquely, by E.C. Pickering and C.H. Williams.--Light transmitted by one or more plates of glass, by W.W. Jacques.--Intensity of twilight, by C.H. Williams.--Light of the sky, by W.O. Crosby.--Light absorbed by the atmosphere of the sun, by E.C. Pickering and D.P. Strange.--Tests of a magneto-electric machine, by E.C. Pickering and D.P. Strange.--Answer to M. Jamin's objection to Ampère's theory, by W.W. Jacques.--An experimental proof of the law of inverse squares for sound, by W.W. Jacques.--Diffraction of sound, by W.W. Jacques.--On the effect of temperature on the viscosity of air, by S.W. Holman.
|Description:|| p. 4 pl. (3 fold.) diagrs. 23 cm.|
|Responsibility:||written by Professor Edward C. Pickering. 1865-1877.|