Electricity in the 17th and 18th Centuries: A Study of Early Modern Physics
University of California Press, 1 Jan 1979 - 606 halaman
After examining the principles and individuals underlying the early advancement of physics, Heilbron discusses the scientific development of electricity as its roots in the theories and discoveries of pioneer physicists
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PART ONE Early Modern Physics and Its Cultivators
THE JESUIT SCHOOL
TESTING THE AIR THEORY
PART THREE The Great Discoveries
PART FOUR The Age of Franklin
THE RECEPTION OF FRANKLINS VIEWS
THE ATMOSPHERES ATTACKED
PART FIVE Quantification
TWO FLUIDS OR ONE?
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