Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors — II
In my previous article1 on apparatus named after physicists and physics teachers, I discussed five relatively common pieces of apparatus from the 1875–1910 era. Now I will go back to the 18th and early‐19th centuries to discuss eponymous2 apparatus that we are still using in lecture demonstrations.
“Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors – II”, The Physics Teacher, 49, 28-29 (2011
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