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" and who has principally concerned himself with the Theory of the Conservation of Energy in England. He is certainly one of the first mathematical physicists of the day, with powers of rapid invention such as I have seen in no other man. "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 155
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 63

Discoveries in science - 1909
...later Helmholtz again met the Thomsons at Schwalbach. Writing to his father, he described Thomson as " certainly one of the first mathematical physicists...rapid invention such as I have seen in no other man." In 1860, after the death of Mrs. Helmholtz, the great German philosopher again visited Britain, staying...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 63

Discoveries in science - 1909
...later Helmholtz again met the Thomsons at Schwalbach. Writing to his father, he described Thomson as " certainly one of the first mathematical physicists...rapid invention such as I have seen in no other man." In 1860, after the death of Mrs. Helmholtz, the great German philosopher again visited Britain, staying...
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Journal, Volume 41

Electricity - 1908
...are to be perlUnnnl. v op« .il present Schwalbach. Writing to his father, he described Thomson as " certainly one of the first mathematical physicists...rapid invention such as I have seen in no other man." In 1860, after the death of Mrs. Helmholtz, the great German philosopher again visited Britain, staying...
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Volume 41

Institution of Electrical Engineers - Engineering - 1908
...and Physical Papers," vol. i.. p. 514. Schwalbach. Writing to his father, he described Thomson as " certainly one of the first mathematical physicists...rapid invention such as I have seen in no other man." In 1860, after the death of Mrs. Helmholtz, the great German philosopher again visited Britain, staying...
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