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" Your undertaking to write a Textbook of Natural Philosophy is very praiseworthy, but will be exceedingly tedious. At the same time I hope it will suggest ideas to you for much valuable work. It is in writing a book like that, that one best appreciates... "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 214
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 63

Discoveries in science - 1909
...Helmholtz wrote him: Tour undertaking to write a text-book of natural philosophy is very praiseworthy, bat will be exceedingly tedious. At the same time I hope...one best appreciates the gaps still left in science. The first volume of Thomson and Tait's Treatise on Natural Philosophy was published in 1867, the second...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 63

Discoveries in science - 1909
...for the use of students. Thomson had told Helmholtz of his purpose, and in 1862 Helmholtz wrote him : Your undertaking to write a text-book of natural philosophy...praiseworthy, but will be exceedingly tedious. At the sanie time I hope it will suggest ideas to you for much valuable work. It is in writing a book like...
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Journal, Volume 41

Electricity - 1908
...the use of students. Thomson had told Helmholtz of his purpose, and in 1862 Heimholt* wrote him : " Your undertaking to write a text-book of Natural Philosophy...will be exceedingly tedious. At the same time I hope U suggest ideas to you for much valuable work. It is in writing a book like that that one best appreciates...
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Volume 41

Engineering - 1908
...the use of students. Thomson had told Helmholtz of his purpose, rfnd in 1862 Helmholtz wrote him : " Your undertaking to write a text-book of Natural Philosophy...for much valuable work. It is in writing a book like fhat that one best appreciates the gaps still left in science." The iirst volume of Thomson and Tail's...
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