Leipzig: 1905. Illus., tables, graphs. 12pp., disbound. FROM: Annalen der Physik, vol. 18, Elfte Heft, pp. 128-39. 8vo, modern wrappers. Leipzig, 1905. Good Doctoral dissertation (abridged) of the great German physicist, founder of quantitative photochemistry. Here he discusses the operation of irradiation, anticipating his pioneer researches in the area of point discharges.
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Cambridge: University Press, 1906. No. 4 in series of Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, edited by J.G. Leathem & E.T. Whittaker. Illustrated with diagrams. viii, 64pp. Slim 8vo, original printed paper wrappers (spine darkened but otherwise wraps are only slightly toned; small ink smudge on cover and neatly inked signature on half title, otherwise clean). Cambridge: University Press, 1906. First edition. An excellent copy of this very scarce tract, likely his second published work, after The Treatise on.....