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Sir Arthur Schuster 1851-1934
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Arthur Schuster, "On Lunar and Solar Periodicities of Earthquakes ", Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 61 (), pp. – – Schuster's first paper on the use of the technique he later called the periodogram Arthur Schuster, "On the Periodicities of Sunspots", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of A, Vol. Sir Arthur Schuster in an armchair Wellcome Ljpg 1, × 1,; KB Sir Arthur Schuster's study, c. Wellcome Ljpg 1, × 1,; KB Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe and Sir Arthur Schuster, sitting in Wellcome Vjpg × ; 86 KB.
A notable member of the name was Sir Arthur SCHUSTER () the British physicist, born in Frankfurt of Jewish parents. He studied at Heidelberg and Cambridge, and became professor of applied mathematics () and physics () at Manchester. Schuster, Arthur () Independently of Larmor and Fitzgerald, Schuster developed a theory in which spectra were explained by the oscillation of electrons.
He had been named Langworthy Professor of Physics, successor to Arthur Schuster (–), who retired at age 56 to recruit Rutherford. Schuster had built a modern physics building, hired Hans Geiger, Ph.D. (–) because of his experimental skill, and endowed a new position in mathematical physics to round out a full physics program. American Institute of Physics. 1 Physics Ellipse College Park, MD +1 AIP Publishing. Walt Whitman Road Suite Melville, NY
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Get this from a library. Sir Arthur Schuster, F.R.S. [William Orpen, Sir; James Hutton]. NASA/ADS. Schuster, Sir Arthur () Abstract.
Physicist, born in Frankfurt, Germany, became professor at Manchester. In his work on terrestrial magnetism he developed the Schuster-Smith magnetometer for measuring the Earth's magnetic force.
Publication: Encyclopedia of. The progress of physics during 33 years (): four lectures delivered to the University of Calcutta during March / by Arthur Schuster Schuster, Arthur, Sir, [ Book: ] View Sir Arthur Schuster 1851-1934 book At 11 libraries.
found: LCCN His Britain's heritage of science, (hdg.: Schuster, Sir Arthur, ; usage: Arthur Schuster).
Francis Joseph Schuster had three sons and one daughter, Ernest (a K.C. who specialized on International Law, died ), Arthur, Felix (now Sir Felix Schuster, Bart.), and Paula (married Sir Lawrence Jones, Bart.). Arthur was born at Frankfort on Septem SCHUSTER, ARTHUR (b Frankfurt, Germany, 12 september ; l, near Twyford, Berkshire, England, 14 October ) physics, applied mathematics.
Schuster was the son of Francis Joseph Schuster, a well-to-do Jewish textile merchant with business connections in Great the Seven Weeks’ War the family firm moved to Manchester, England, when Frankfurt was annexed by Prussia.
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This work was reproduced from the original artifactCited by: Sir Arthur Schuster was born Franz Arthur Friedrich Schuster on 12 September at Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany into a family of textile merchants.
His parents were converts from Judaism. He was educated at Frankfurt Gymnasium fromand Geneva Academy from Sir Franz Arthur Friedrich Schuster, född den 12 september i Frankfurt am Main, död den 17 oktober på Yeldall Manor vid Twyford i Berkshire, var en brittisk fysiker av tysk härkomst.
Han var verksam inom spektroskopi, optik, jordmagnetism, röntgenfotografering och elektrokemi, samt uppfann periodogrammet, en metod för analys av periodicitet hos företeelser, och Schuster-Smith.
SCHUSTER, SIR ARTHURSCHUSTER, SIR ARTHUR (–), British scientist. Schuster was born in Frankfurt. When infollowing the war with Austria, the free city passed to Prussia, his father decided to emigrate and to join the Manchester branch of the family's merchant-banking firm.
InArthur Schuster entered the business, but soon decided on an academic career. Schuster, Sir Arthur () Knight, physicist This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to.
Britain's heritage of science by Schuster, Arthur, (Sir) ; Shipley, A. (Arthur Everett), Sir, Publication date Topics Science -- History Great Britain, Scientists This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Extract from the obituary of Sir Arthur Schuster () by G. Simpson. Originally published in "Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Dec., ), pp. Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St.
and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. Arthur Schuster Papers. Date range: Number of items: Papers of Sir Arthur Schuster (–), Langworthy Professor of Physics at the University of Manchester (formerly Owens College) from toand a pioneer in several areas of scientific study.
Get this from a library. The Physical Laboratories of the University of Manchester; a record of 25 years' work prepared in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the election of Dr. Arthur Schuster, F.R.S., to a professorship in the Owens College, by his old students and assistants.
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An Introduction to the Theory of Optics by Arthur Sir Schuster,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Sir Arthur Schuster (), British physicist born in Frankfurt, Secretary of the Royal Society and was knighted in Sir Felix Schuster (), British banker of London, member of the Council of India, chairman of the Central Association of Bankers, and was made a Baron in Richard J.
Howarth, ‘Schuster, Sir Arthur ()’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Accessed 31 August Accessed 31 August Charlton, H. () Portrait of a University. Arthur Schuster Arthur Schuster in England & Wales, Death Index, Arthur Schuster was born circa Arthur passed away in monthat age 83 at death place.B.
Wynne, "Physics and psychics: Science, symbolic action, and social control in late Victorian England," in Barry Barnes and Steven Shapin, eds., Natural order: Historical studie.Sir Arthur Schuster (), Mathematical physicist. Sitter in 4 portraits.
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