Georg Ohm really said: article and correspondence, 1965-1966. (Archival material, 1965) [WorldCat.org]
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Georg Ohm really said: article and correspondence, 1965-1966.

Author: Joseph H Sutton; Bern Dibner; Burndy Library,
Publisher: 1965-1966.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Typescript of article written by Joseph H. Sutton. The article concerns Georg Ohm's work describing the electrical circuit. Also includes three letters, two written by Dibner to Sutton and dated March 24, 1965 and July 18, 1966 and one from Sutton to Dibner, dated March 23, 1966. The letters discuss Sutton's work on Ohm and on Gustav Kirchhoff, and mention that Dibner sent Sutton material concerning Alessandro Volta.
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Genre/Form: Articles
Letters (correspondence)
Archives
Named Person: Georg Simon Ohm; Joseph H Sutton; Georg Simon Ohm
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph H Sutton; Bern Dibner; Burndy Library,
OCLC Number: 957360684
Notes: Burndy Library Collection at the Huntington Library. Was MS Collection 73 (4).
Description: 1 typescript (mechanical copy) : 27 pages ; 29 cm + 3 letters

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Typescript of article written by Joseph H. Sutton. The article concerns Georg Ohm's work describing the electrical circuit. Also includes three letters, two written by Dibner to Sutton and dated March 24, 1965 and July 18, 1966 and one from Sutton to Dibner, dated March 23, 1966. The letters discuss Sutton's work on Ohm and on Gustav Kirchhoff, and mention that Dibner sent Sutton material concerning Alessandro Volta.

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