| Brian Scott Baigrie - Science - 2007 - 194 pages
...and Magnetic Bodies]. Translated by Paul Fleury Mottelay. London: B. Quaritch. Green, George. 1828. **An Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism.** Published at Nottingham in 1828. Reprinted in Mathematical Papers of the late George Green, ed. NM... | |
| P. A. Martin - Mathematics - 2006 - 13 pages
...considered in the following pages. (Green [434, p. 13]) These introductory remarks are in Green's famous **Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism,** first published in 1828 [434]. It was here that he introduced what we shall call the exact Green's... | |
| Boris Kosyakov - Science - 2007 - 479 pages
...subsidiary condition of dual resonance model. Progress of Theoretical Physics, 46, 1560. Green, G. (1828). **An essay on the application of mathematical analysis...theories of electricity and magnetism. Nottingham.** Green, MB, JH Schwarz & E. Witten (1987). Superstring Theory. Vols. 1 and 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University... | |
| George F. Simmons - Mathematics - 2007 - 386 pages
...Algebraic Numbers," National Mathematics Magazine, vol. 18 (1944), pp. 188-204, 219-33. " George Green's **"Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism"** (1828) was neglected and almost completely unknown until it was reprinted in 1846. the history of mathematics,... | |
| A.D.D. Craik - Mathematics - 2008 - 410 pages
...Subscription Library. Few of the subscribers would have understood much of Green's seventy-two-page **Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism** (Green 1828), and the book's existence was hardly noticed in scientific circles. Only after his father's... | |
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