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EDUCATION
HISTORY OF PHYSICS
  1. Antimatter

  2. Eurydice

  3. European School Net

  4. European Higher Education Area

VIDEO
  1. Wilberforce Pendulum (0:59) Dr. Dominic Dickson

  2. The Pendulum (16:30) Prof. Michael Matthews

PUBLICATIONS
  1. The first ascent of Mont Blanc, Brown and de Beer, 1957

  2. The life of Horace Benedict de Saussure, Freshfield, 1920 (archive.org)

  3. I. Galili, Towards a Refined Depiction of Nature of Science: Applications to Physics Education, Science & Education, 1-35 (2019)

  4. L. Hansson, A. Arvidsson, P. Heering, A-M. Pendrill, Rutherford visits middle school: a case study on how teachers direct attention to the nature of science through a storytelling approach, Physics Education, 54(4) 1-12 (2019)

  5. D. Pushcharovsky, I. Dmitry, Mendeleev and his time, Substantia, 3(1), 119-129 (2019)

  6. M. van Strien, Pluralism and anarchism in quantum physics: Paul Feyerabend’s writings on quantum physics in relation to his general philosophy of science, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 1-10 (2019)

  7. C. Jensen, Charles Darwin (1809-1882) and electric fishes: history and nature of science in science education of Youth and Adults, PhD Theses in Biology, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (2016)

  8. A. Bagdonas, J. Zanetic, I. Gurgel, Controversias sobre a natureza da ciencia como enfoque curricular para o ensino de fisica: o ensino de historia da cosmologia por meio de um jogo didatico, Revista Brasileira de Historica da Ciencia, 7(2) 242-260 (2014)

SOURCES
OF PHYSICS
  1. European Electron Induction Accelerators, B.I.O.S. Miscellaneous Report, Nr. 77 (1945)

  2. D. Kerst, Physics Review, 59, p. 110 (1941)

  3. D. Kerst, The Acceleration of Electrons by Magnetic Induction, Physics Review, 60, p. 47-53 (1941)

  4. D. Kerst, Physics Review, 58, p. 841 (1940)

  5. L. Bragg, The Crystalline State, A General Survey (1933)

  6. R.Wideroe, Uber ein neues Prinzip zur Herstellung hoher Spannungen, Archiv fur Elektrotechnik, 21(4) 387–406 (17.12.1928)

  7. R. Wideroe, Dissertation Technik Hochshule Aachen (1927)

  8. E. Rutherford, Letter to Hevesy, Niels Born Archive, Copenhagen, 25 June 1919

  9. G. Bell, X-rays and Crystal Structure (1915)

  10. W. L. Bragg, The Analysis of Crystals in the X-ray Spectrometer, Proc. Roy. Soc. (A89) 468-489 (1914)

  11. W. H. Bragg, The X-ray Spectra given by Crystals of Sulphur and Quartz, Proc. Roy. Soc. (A89) 575-580 (1914)

  12. W. L. Bragg, The Crystalline Structure of Copper, Phil. Mag. Series 6(28) 355-360 (1914)

  13. W. H. Bragg, W. L. Bragg, The Reflection of X-rays by Crystals, I. Proc. Roy. Society (A88) 424-438 (1913)

  14. W. L. Bragg, The Structure of some Crystals as Indicated by their Diffraction of X-rays, Proc. Roy. Soc. (A89) 248-277 (1913)

  15. W. L. Bragg, W.,H. Bragg, The Structure of the Diamond. Proc. Roy. Soc. (A89) 277-291 (1913)

  16. G. Hevesy, The electrochemistry of radioactive bodies, Philosophical Magasine (23) 628 (1912)

  17. E. Rutherford, The scatering of alpha and betta particles by matter and the structure of the atom, Philosophical Magasine, 6(21) 669-688 (1911)

  18. H. Geiger, E. Marsden, On a diffuse reflection of the alpha particles, Proceedings Royal Society, 82A, 495-500 (1909)

  19. G. Hevesy, Uber die schmelzelectrolytische abscheidung der alkalimetalle aus atzalkalien und die loslichkeit dieser metalle in de schmelze, Dissertation, Freiburg (1908)

  20. S. Arrhenius, Lehrbuch der kosmischen Physik, Hirzel, Leipzig (1903)

  21. C. I. Giulio Elementi di Cinematica Applicata Alle Arti, Torino, 1854

  22. Il Cimento Giornale di Fisica, Chimica e Storia Naturale, Anno IV, Pisa, 1846

  23. Il Cimento Giornale di Fisica, Chimica e Storia Naturale, [Volum 2], Pisa, 1845

  24. Il Cimento Giornale di Fisica, Chimica e Storia Naturale, [Volum 1], Pisa, 1844

  25. Herschell, John Frederick William On the Absorption of Light by Coloured Media, viewed in connecxion with the Undulatory Theory, London, 1833

  26. Herschell, John Frederick William On the Astronomical Causes which may influence Geological Phenomena, London, 1832

  27. Jean Baptiste Joseph DelambreHistoire de l'Astronomie Ancienne, Tome Second, Paris, 1817

  28. Memoires de l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Litterature at Beaux-Arts de Turin, pour les annees 1811 – 1812, Sciences Physiques and Mathematiques, [Vol. 4], Turin, MDCCCXIII [1813]

  29. Memoires de l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Litterature at Beaux-Arts de Turin, pour les annees 1809 – 1810, Sciences Physiques and Mathematiques, [Vol. 3], Turin, MDCCCXI [1811]

  30. Memoires de l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Litterature at Beaux-Arts de Turin, pour les annees 1805 – 1808, Sciences Physiques and Mathematiques, [Vol. 2], Turin, MDCCCIX [1809]

  31. Memoires de l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Litterature at Beaux-Arts de Turin, pour les annees XII at XIII, Sciences Physiques and Mathematiques, Turin, 1805

  32. Deluc, Recherches sur les modifications de l'atmosphere, v. 1 – v. 4 (1784)

  33. Saussure, Essais sur l'hygrome?trie, 1783

  34. Petrus van Musschenbroekio, Introductio ad Philosophiam Naturalem, Tomus Primus, MDCCLXVIII [1768]

  35. Petrus van Musschenbroekio, Introductio ad Philosophiam Naturalem, Tomus Secundus, MDCCLXVIII [1768]

  36. Edme Mariotte Oeuvres de M. Mariotte Nouvelle Edition, Tome Premier, MDCCXL [1740]

  37. Francos Hauksbee, Esperienze Fisico-Meccaniche Sopra Varj Soggetti, MDCCXVI [1716]

  38. Robert Dudley, Arcano del mare (1661)

  39. Philippe Danfrie, Declaration de l'usage du graphometre, Paris (1597)

  40. Latino Orsini, Trattato del Radio Latino, Rome (1583, 1586)

  41. Vanoccio Biringuccio, De la pirotechnia (1540)

  42. Niccolo Tartaglia, La nova scientia (1537)

  43. Apianus, Instrumentum sinuum sive primi mobilis (1534)

  44. Aristotle, The Categories

PHYSICISTS
  1. Joseph Plateau (1801–1883), Liege, Belgium

  2. Leon Rosenfeld (14.08.1904–23.03.1974), Liege, Belgium

  3. Paul Ledoux (1914–1988), Liege, Belgium (astrophysicist)

  4. Peter Holmberg (?–2018) Helsinki, Finland (medical physicist, history of physics)

  5. Peter Maria Schuster (1939–2019), Austria (physicist, history of physics)

  6. Pol Swings (1906–1983), Liege, Belgium (astrophysicist)

  7. Sir Arnold Wolfendale (1927-2020)

Created: 15 October 2017
Updated: 13 April 2021