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Mathematical and physical papers,
by Sir William Thomson. Collected from different scientific periodicals from May, 1841, to the present time.

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Main Author: Kelvin, William Thomson, Baron, 1824-1907.
Related Names: Joule, James Prescott 1818-1889., Larmor, Joseph 1857-1942.
Language(s): English
Published: Cambridge, University Press, 1882-1911.
Subjects: Mathematics.
Physics.
Note: Vol III. Elasticity, heat, electro-magnetism; IV. Hydrodynamics and general dynamics; V. Thermodynamics, cosmical and geological physics, molecular and crystalline theory, electrodynamics; VI. Voltaic theory, radioactivity, electrons, navigation and tides, miscellaneous.
"On the thermal effects of fluids in motion. By J. P. Joule and W. Thomson": v. 1, p. 333-455.
Vol. 4-6: Arranged and revised with brief annotations by Sir Joseph Larmor.
Physical Description: 6 v. illus., plates (part fold.) 23 cm.
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