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Jan Coenraedt

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Scientific instrument maker who worked on the Amstelstraat in Amsterdam.

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  • instrument maker 1742~, Amsterdam

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  • Oldewelt, W.F.H. Kohier van de personeele quotisatie te Amsterdam over het jaar 1742, dl. 2 (Amsterdam 1945), 179.
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).

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J. Schmeink

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Schmeink was medical instrument maker, 1782 - 1825.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (an obstetric forceps).

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  • Medical instrument maker 1782 - 1825

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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P. Schipper

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Schipper was servant at the chemistry lab of the polytechnic school ("Laboratorium der Poly technische school"). Known works: several chemical instruments were signed by him.

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  • Servant at the chemistry lab of the polytechnic school 

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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E. Schaffeneers

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Schaffeneers was instrument maker in Antwerpen, around 1880. He made a demonstration chronometer.

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  • instrument maker 1880~, Antwerpen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Peter Jacob le Cointe

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  • Lecointe, Peter Jacob

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"IJkmeester" (person who controls and determines measurements and weights) of Holland and Friesland.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (gold weights).

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  • IJkmeester 1750~

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Marius Anthonius Margarethus Cornets de Groot

MALE
Beek-Ubbergen, Netherlands 10-08-1851 - Rijswijk, Netherlands 11-12-1926

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Marius Cornets de Groot was a retailer of navigating instruments, including sextants and compasses, in Rotterdam. He continued the firm of J.A. Seckel en Zonen, also in Rotterdam, makers and retailers of chronometers.

Collections: Scheepvaartmuseum Amsterdam, Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum, Groningen.

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  • Rotterdam 

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  • retailer of scientific instruments [..1922], Rotterdam

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  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Daniël Antonius Sala

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Leiden, Netherlands 17-05-1835 - Leiden, Netherlands 09-03-1875

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Scientific instrument maker in the Breestraat, Leiden in the second half of the nineteenth century. He made foremost optical instruments and barometers.
Son of the merchant Carolus Antonius Sala (1803-1858), Grandson of Dominicus Sala (d. 1839), a barometer maker who settled in Leiden around 1780, coming from London.

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  • Instrument maker 1759~ - 1900, Leiden

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  • Bert Bolle, Barometers in beeld, Lochem 1983

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John Fromanteel

MALE
1638 - 1690~

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John Fromanteel (1638-c. 1690) was the son of the famous London clockmaker Ahasuerus Fromantee sr. After an apprenticeship with his father in 1651, Fromanteel worked for Salomon Coster. In 1659, later Fromanteel went back to London where he and his father made the first pendulum clocks in England. Fromanteel became a freeman in 1663 and after that took four apprentices, one of them being his son Ahasuerus (the third) in 1679. In 1681 John returned to the Netherlands and settled with his brother Ahasuerus jr. as a clockmaker on the Vijgendam in Amsterdam. John seemed to have travelled back frequently to London.

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  • clockmaker 1657

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Gerrit Stevensz Cramer

MALE
1700~ - Groningen, Netherlands 1755

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  • Kramer, Gerrit
  • Craamer, Gerrit

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Gerrit Stevens Cramer (d. Groningen, 1755) was a Groningen optical instrument maker. In 1729 he started a workshop in the Steentilstraat. In 1731, together with his relative J. Doornbusch, he made a large sundial that - to this day - can be seen above the entrance gate of the Prinsenhof in Groningen. Together with the Frisian reflecting telescope makers Wytze Foppes and Jan van der Bildt, he was an engineer ('vernuftelingen'), who in the early 1740s received support from Stadholder William IV. After Cramer's death, his optical workshop was continued by his nephew Jan Derks Cremer (c. 1706-1780).

For his obituary, see the Opregte Groninger Courant, 15 August 1755. In December 1781, Cramer's glass grinding equipment, which had been used until then by Cramer's nephew Jan Derks Cremer, was put up for sale. In 1791, this set was bought by the Groningen apothecary Boudewijn Tieboel for the optician Willem Trapman.

Collections: Louwman Collection of Historic Telescopes (refracting telescope with copper tubes), Museum Boerhaave Leiden (a reflecting telescope made by Cramer in cooperation with Jan van der Bildt, several microscopes).

Residence

  • Groningen 1729 - 1755

Occupation

  • scientific and optical instrument maker 1729 - 1755, Groningen

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Provenance

  • Morpurgo, E., Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 30.
  • Nuyens, B.W.Th. (ed.), Petri Camperi Itinera in Angliam, 1748-1785 (Amsterdam 1939), 124.
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Fournier, M., Early microscopes : a descriptive catalogue (Leiden 2003), 206.
  • Zuidervaart, H.J., Speculatie, wetenschap en vernuft : fysica en astronomie volgens Wytze Foppes Dongjuma (1707-1778), instrumentmaker te Leeuwarden (Leeuwarden 1995), 10.
  • correspondence between B. Tieboel and J.H. van Swinden in: Leiden University Library: BPL 755.
  • Zeeman, J., De Nederlandse Staande Klok (Zwolle 1996), 470.

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R.B. de Roos

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N/A - 20-11-1857

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De Roos was "IJkmeester" (person who determined and controlled measures) of the district Arnhem, from 03-11-1842. Possibly he also made coin weights.

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  • IJkmeester 03-11-1842, Arnhem

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  • Wittop Koning, D.A. en G.M.M. Houben. 2000 jaar gewichten in de Nederlanden (Lochem/Poperinge 1980).

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Zacharias Roman

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N/A - Middelburg, Netherlands N/A

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  • Rooman, Zacharias

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Roman was publisher in Middelburg around 1628. He published paper quadrants and astrolabes according to P. Lansbergen. These were mounted on wood. One of them is signed: 'En praescriptie P. Lansbergy, Franse. Schelleman sculps. Anno christi 1628. Middelburgi, prostant apud Zacharias Roomannum'.

Residence

  • Middelburg 

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  • publisher 1628~, Middelburg

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Sieds Johannes Rienks

MALE
Marrum, Netherlands 1770 - Leiden, Netherlands 15-11-1845

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  • Rienks, Syds Johannes

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Syds Johannes Rienks (1770-1845) was a microscope and telescope maker from Ferwerderadeel. He developed his skills until he could make a living as a professional instrument maker. Trained by Arjen Roelofs in 1798, he went to Delft in 1805, where he worked for a short time in the scientific instrument factory of Onderdewijngaart Canzius. After the closure of this facory in 1810 he returned to Friesland. In 1819-1825 (by the order of King Willem I) Rienks and his companion Roelofs were commisioned to make two large telescopes for the astronomical observatories in Utrecht and Leiden. However these telescopes appeared to be useless for astronomy. Nevertheless Rienks again moved to Holland in 1826, this time to Leiden, where he stayed until his death in 1845.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave, Leiden (reflecting microscopes and reflecting telescopes - also a mirror signed 'Rienks en Beijerinck'), Universiteitsmuseum, Utrecht, Eisinga Planetarium, Franeker, Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, Teylers Museum, Haarlem, Louwman Collection of Historic Telescopes, Wassenaar.

Residence

  • Delft 1805 - 1810
  • Ferwert 1816 - 1822
  • Hallum 1810 - 1816
  • Berlicum 1822 - 1826
  • Leiden 1826 - 1845

Occupation

  • microscope and telescope maker 1826 - 1845, Leiden
  • telescope maker 1798 - 1805~, Hallum
  • telescope maker 1805~ - 1806~, Delft
  • microscope and telescope maker 1806~ - 1826, Hallum

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Bilt, J. van der, De grote spiegelkijkers van Roelofs en Rienks : een episode uit de geschiedenis der Leidse en Utrechtse sterrewachten (1821-1846) (Leiden 1951).
  • Bilt, J. van der ‘Over de kleine kijkers en de microscopen van Sieds Johannes Rienks’, in: Hemel en dampkring 50 (1952), 181–191.
  • Meerman, J. 'Merkwaardige Berigten wegens drie uitmuntende vervaardigers van optisch en andere physische instrumenten', in: Algemeene Konst- en Letterbode II (Haarlem 1810), 4-9, 19-25.
  • Rienks, S.J. 'Afbeelding en beschrijving van eenen nieuwen aardwagen uitgevonden door S.J. Rienks', in: Algemeene Konst- en Letterbode I (Haarlem 1829), 233-235.
  • Louwman, P.J.K. & H.J. Zuidervaart, A certain instrument for seeing far. Four centuries of styling the telescope, Illustrated by a selection of treasures from the Louwman Collection of Historic Telescopes (Wassenaar, 2013)
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. 'Reflecting 'Popular Culture' : The Introduction, Diffusion, and Construction of the Reflecting Telescope in the Netherlands', in: Annals of Science 61, afl. 4 (2004), 407-452.
  • Spoor, A. ‘Enige metingen en opmerkingen over spiegelkijkers van Rienks, Hommema en Heidanus’, in: De Vrije Fries, 41 (1953), 108–111.

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Jan Albertsz van Dam

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Scientific instrument maker from Dordrecht who was active in the early nineteenth century. Van Dam polished or grinded glasses.

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  • Dordrecht 

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  • glass grinder 1823~, Dordrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Paul Reinmann

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N/A - Nürnberg, Germany 1609~

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Reinmann was instrument maker in Neurenberg, 1575 -1609. He made compasses and (pocket) sundials. He signed his instruments with a crown symbol (after his death this symbol was probably used by M.Lesel, until 1629).

Residence

  • Nürnberg 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1575 - 1609, Nürnberg

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Provenance

  • Zinner, E. Deutsche und Niederländische astronomische Instrumente (München 1966).
  • Rohde, A. Die Geschichte der wissenschaflichten Instrumente (Leipzig 1923).

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Jan Jansz Davidt Jansz

MALE
N/A - [..1655]

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A mathematical instrument maker in Leiden located at the Koepoortsgracht and Minnebroersgracht (" 't Slootgen Gods").He was registered as "mathematices instrumentmaker" on his marriage certificate dated 1619. He made mathematical and astronomical and surveying instruments, such as ("Hollandse Cirkels"), protractors, astrolabes and compasses. Brother of Jacob Davidt Jansz.

Collections:
Museum Boerhaave Leiden (graphometer),Kungliga Vetenskapakademien (geometrical compass), Westfries Museum Hoorn (circumferentor), Skokloster Castle, Sweden (circumferentor).

Residence

  • Leiden 1619~ - 1655~

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1619~ - 1655~, Leiden

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  • Milo, T.H. Hollands Glorie: De maritieme geschiedenis van Nederland (Delft 1955)
  • Losman, A. and I. Sigurdson, 'Äldre vetenskapliga instrument pa Skokloster', in: Skokloster-studier 10 (1975), 99.
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Pipping, G. The Chamber of Physics: instruments in the history of sciences collections of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm (Stockholm 1977), 58 and 125.
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).
  • Notarieel archief Leiden, 506, Inv. nr. 346, fol. 92 & 126 (1633-34)
  • Notarieel archief Leiden 506, Inv. nr. 348, fol. 126 (1638-40)
  • Notarieel archief Leiden 506, Inv. nr. 350, fol. 50 (1649-57)
  • Notarieel archief Leiden 506, Inv. nr. 346, fol. 51 (1633-34)

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Nicolaas Dawans

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1714 - Den Haag, Netherlands 1779

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Scientific instrument maker who lived and worked in The Hague. He probably was related to Henry Dawans: both made geometrical instruments. Like Henry, Nicolas worked also for the Fundatie van Renswoude in The Hague (1758-1762). He also made several models of windmills.

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  • Instrument maker 1758 - 1762 - Fundatie van de Vrijvrouwe van Renswoude van Renswoude - Den Haag, Den Haag

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  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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Jodocus Deems

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  • Deens, J.

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A scientific instrument maker from Leuven, Belgium. Deems was active during the last part of the seventeenth century and made graphometers.

According to R. Gunther, author of "Early Science in Oxford": Vol I (1923) his name was Judocus Deens.

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  • instrument maker 1682~, Leuven

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  • Gunther, R. Early Science in Oxford I (Oxford 1923), 377.

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Johannes Franciscus van Deene

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Den Haag, Netherlands 13-02-1825 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1903

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In 1857, instrument maker Johannes van Deene started his own workshop on the Heiligeweg in Amsterdam, where he made chemical and physical glass work. He moved his company to the Rokin in 1867. In the same year, his two sons became partners in his firm, a partnership that lasts until 1877. In the ten years father and sons worked closely together, the firm moved a couple of times. In 1877, when his sons had left the firm, he established his workshop on the Warmoesstraat 119. Eight years later, in 1885, he moved to the Wijde Lombardsteeg 5 and in 1902 to the Albert Cuypstraat 100. That was also the last year Van Deene worked as an instrument maker. He won several prizes for his thermometers at national exhibitions. He held a Royal warrant of appointment for his thermometers and hydrometers.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Teylers Museum Haarlem.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 1857 - 1902

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1857 - 1902, Amsterdam
  • instrument maker and repairer 1865 - 1884 - Teylers Museum

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Adrien Descrolieres

MALE
1530~ - 1580

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Instrument maker (of compasses) and engraver of astrolabes. It seems that he was influenced by Gualtherus Arsenius and Gemma Frisius. he worked in Venice, Antwerp and Paris.

Collection: The British Museum London, Museo Correr, Venice.

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  • instrument maker 1571 - 1580

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Johannes Deur

MALE
1667~ - 1734

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Instrument maker from Amsterdam. He made land- and seamaps and terrestrial globes. On June 25, 1771 he got privileges of the States of West-Holland and Friesland to make pocket globes.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Museum of Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland).

Residence

  • Amsterdam 

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1700 - 1725, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Krogt, P. van der. 'Globes made portable fot the pocket', in: Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 7 (1985), 11.
  • Krogt, P. van der. Old globes in the Netherlands (Utrecht 1984), 106.
  • Doorman, G. Octrooien voor uitvindingen ('s-Gravenhage 1940), 259.
  • Morpurgo, E. Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 33.
  • Krogt, P. van der. Globi Neerlandici (Utrecht 1989).

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VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/99126694

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Referentie: Verhandelingen Natuurkunde, Tweede Sectie, deel 6, nummer 1 (1897), 1-34

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Hamburger, H.J.

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N/A

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Über Zellteilungsvorgänge im Cambium

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Schoute, J.C.

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N/A

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De beteekenis van den grondwaterstand voor de bloembollencultuur

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Blaauw, A.H.

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N/A

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REVISION DES PLEXAURIDEN GENUS EUNICELLA VERRILL (VERSUCH EINER SYNTHESE)

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Stiasny, G.

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N/A

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On the Parallax of some Stellar Clusters. (Second communication)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 36-47

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Schouten, W.J.A.

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Astronomy

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An indeteriminateness in the interpretation of the entropy as log W

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 53-57

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Ehrenfest-Afanassjewa, T.

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Physics

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Calculation of some special cases in Einstein's theory of graviation

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 68-79

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Nordström, G.

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Physics

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On the Brownian Motion

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 96-108

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Ornstein, L.S.

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Physics

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The Theory of the Brownian Motion and Statistical Mechanics

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 109-114

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Ornstein, L.S., Zernike, F.

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Physics

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Zwaardemaker, H., Hogewind, F.

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Physiology

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On the Nervus Terminalis from man to Amphioxus

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-2 (1919), 172-182

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Wijhe, J.W. van

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Anatomy

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On the Evaporation from a Circular Surface of a Liquid

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 271-276

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Burger, H.C.

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Physics

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Null-Systems determined by two linear congruences of rays

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 309-311

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Vries, J. de

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Mathematics

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On the shape of small drops and gas-bubbles

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 357-365

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Verschaffelt, J.E.

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Physics

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On the Periodic Passivity of Iron. II

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 382-385

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Smits, A., Lobry de Bruyn, C.A.

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Chemistry

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Le tenseur gravifique

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 437-445

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Donder, T. de

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Physics

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On the evaluation of ζ(2n+1)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 3 (1919), 446-453

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Kluyver, J.C.

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Mathematics

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Schouten, J.A.

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