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Andries van Diest

MALE
Antwerpen, Belgium 1573~/1579 - N/A

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"IJkmeester" from Antwerp who was active at the end of the sixteenth century.

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  • IJkmeester 1580~, Antwerpen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Dominique Dodasme

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Instrument maker from Brussels. Dodasme made telescopes.

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  • instrument maker 1697~, Brussel

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Cornelis Jacobsz Drebbel

MALE
Alkmaar, Netherlands 1572 - London, United Kingdom 07-11-1633

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Instrument maker | inventor | painter who lived in Haarlem, Amsterdam, Prague and London. He made a water pump (for which he received a patent for 25 years in 1598), optical intruments and a clock with a perpetual motion. He was also an engraver and grinded lenses. In 1604, he and his wife Sophia, sister of his former tutor Hendrik Goltzius, moved to England where Drebbel started working for King James I of England. In 1610 Drebbel and family were invited to come to the court of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. After Rudolf's death in 1612, Drebbel went back to London. In 1619 Drebbel designed and built telescopes and microscopes and was involved in a building project for the Duke of Buckingham. Drebbel became famous for his invention in 1621 of a microscope with two convex lenses. Several authors, including Christiaan Huygens, assigned the invention of the compound microscope to Drebbel. In 1624 Galileo sent a Drebbel-type microscope to Federico Cesi, a wealthy noble citizen of Rome, who used it to illustrate Apiarum, his book about bees. He also built the first navigable submarine in 1620 while working for the English Royal Navy. Using William Bourne's design from 1578, he manufactured a steerable submarine with a leather-covered wooden frame. Between 1620 and 1624 Drebbel successfully built and tested two more submarines, each one bigger than the last. The final (third) model had 6 oars and could carry 16 passengers. This model was demonstrated to King James I in person and several thousand Londoners. The submarine stayed submerged for three hours and could travel from Westminster to Greenwich and back, cruising at a depth of from 12 to 15 feet (4 to 5 metres). Drebbel even took James in this submarine on a test dive beneath the Thames, making James I the first monarch to travel underwater. This submarine was tested many times in the Thames, but it couldn't attract enough enthusiasm from the Admiralty and was never used in combat. Drebbel's most famous written work was Een kort Tractaet van de Natuere der Elementen (A short treatise of the nature of the elements) (Haarlem, 1621). He was also involved in the invention of mercury fulminate. He had found out that mixtures of 'spiritus vini' with mercury and silver in 'aqua fortis' could explode. The story goes that, while making a coloured liquid for a thermometer Cornelis dropped a flask of Aqua regia on a tin window sill, and discovered that stannous chloride makes the color of carmine much brighter and more durable. Though the inventor himself never made much money from his work, his daughters Anna and Catharina and his sons-in-law Abraham and Johannes Sibertus Kuffler set up a very successful dye works. One was set up in 1643 in Bow, London, and the resulting color was called bow dye. The recipe for 'color Kufflerianus' was kept a family secret and the new bright red color was all the rage in Europe

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  • instrument maker 1595 - 1633

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  • Morpurgo, E. Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 35.
  • Een kort tractaet van de natuere der elementen, ende hoe sy veroorsaecken den wint, regen, blixem, donder ende waeromme dienstich zijn (Rotterdam 1621).
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Snelders, H. Alkmaarse natuurwetenschappers uit de 16e en 17e eeuw (1980).
  • Berkel, K. van, e.a. A History of Science in the Netherlands (Leiden 1999), 441.
  • Wonder-vondt van de eeuwighe bewegingh (Alkmaar 1607).
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelis_Drebbel

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Jacob Drielenburg

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1621 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 11-07-1680

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Instrument maker from Amsterdam. Likely he was the successor of Jan Kaen, who had his workshop on the Halsteeg. Drielenburg was active during the seventeenth century and made weights and balance scales.

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  • instrument maker 1648 - 1674, Amsterdam

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  • Wittop Koning, D.A. en G.M.M. Houben, 2000 jaar gewichten in de Nederlanden (Lochem/Poperinge 1980), 142, 158 and 170.

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Pierre Dujardin

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Instrument maker from Paris. Dujardin made sundials, and signed his work with 'Piere Dujardin A Paris Lejeune'.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden.

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  • instrument maker 1648~, Paris

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  • Lloyd, S.A. Ivory diptych sundials, 1570-1750 (Cambridge 1992), 100.

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Cornelis van den Eedt

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Instrument maker who was active during the end of the sixteenth century. Van den Eedt made a sundial.

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  • instrument maker 1586~

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  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Morpurgo, E. Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 38.

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G.K. Eger

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Instrument maker from Utrecht. Made a yellow copper quadrant (signed 'G.K. Eger, Utrecht' and auctioned in 1906).

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  • instrument maker 1840~, Utrecht

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  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).

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Jean Raedt

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J. Raedt was "IJkmeester" (person who determined and controlled measures) in Gent, 1704-1749. He succeeded his father Nicolas Raedt.

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  • Gent 

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  • IJkmeester 1704 - 1749, Gent

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Jelte Stephanus Eisinga

MALE
04-02-1789 - Kaunas, Lithuania 05-02-1812

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  • Eijsinga, J.S.

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Instrument maker in Dronrijp and Franeker who often worked together with his uncle Eise Eisinga. He made planetariums and timepieces, such as an astronomical timepiece.

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  • instrument and clock maker 1800~ - [..1812]

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  • Morpurgo, E. Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 39.
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. Speculatie, wetenschap en vernuft : fysica & astronomi volgens Wytze Foppes Dongjuma (1707-1778), instrumentmaker te Leeuwarden (Leeuwarden 1995), 11.
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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Abraham van Laun

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1769 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1829

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Abraham van Laun and his brother Jacob continued the instrument-making firm of their father Hartog van Laun, in 1815. They made thermometers, orreries, telluriums and lunariums, they signed 'A en J van Laun fecit Amst.', 'A & J van Laun te Amsterdam' and 'A & J van Laun'. After Jacob's death in 1832 the firm was continued by Abraham van Emden (a cousin of Abraham and Jacob, and a grandson of Hartog van Laun).

Collections: Museum Boerhaave, Leiden (microscope and the armillary sphere of a celestial and terrestrial globe), Deutsches Museum, Munich (several instruments), Universiteitsmuseum, Utrecht.

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  • Amsterdam 1802 - 1829

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  • instrument maker and retailer 1815 - [..1829], Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J., 'Het planetarium, tellurium en lunarium van Hartog van Laun', in: Spiegel Historiael 11 (1976).
  • Amsterdamsche almanak voor koophandel en zeevaart; uitgegeven door het bestuur van het Collegie Zeemanshoop (Amsterdam 1826, 1830, 1831).
  • Krogt, P.C.J. van der., Advertenties voor kaarten, atlassen, globes e.d. in Amsterdamse kranten, 1621-1811 (Utrecht 1985).
  • Hooijmaijer, Hans, Hartog Van Laun’s Orrery, Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 106 (2010), 6-12. English translation of idem, Het planetarium van Hartog Van Laun, Studium, Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis 2 (2009), 214-222.
  • “Naamlijst der leden des genootschaps”, in: Wiskunstig mengelwerk (Amsterdam 1802).

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Christiaan Flentge

MALE
Utrecht, Netherlands 1819 - Utrecht, Netherlands 1885

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"Kunstdraaier" (turner of materials such as ivory) from Utrecht. He lived and worked in respectively the Korte Smeestraat (until at least 1865) and Bemuurde Weerd (from 1868). He also made several scale models and rope pumps.

Collection: Universiteitmuseum Utrecht.

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  • kunstdraaier 1850~, Utrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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D. Popkes

MALE
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Popkes was instrument maker around 1763. Coppersmith who made instruments for the Cabinet of Physics of the 'Fundatie van Renswoude' in Den Haag in 1763.

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  • Instrument maker 1763~

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

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Louis Pohl

MALE
Paris, France 1854 - N/A

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L. Pohl was instrument maker in Paris. Father of Frederic Benjamin Pohl and nephew of Jonas Pohl (1812-1877, instrument maker in The Hague).

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  • Instrument maker , Paris

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Johannes Franken

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1878 - N/A

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Instrument maker from Amsterdam who had his own company on Rokin 100, Amsterdam. The company produces electromedical devices, microscopes, laboratory materials, surgical instruments, medical | healthcare supplies and equipment for stays in the tropics. In 1924, Franken takes over Jonas Pohl's firm in The Hague. The store in The Hague becomes a branch store of J.Franken-Pohl instrument makers, retailers in surgical instruments.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden.

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  • instrument retailer 1900~, Amsterdam

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Benjamin Frederik David Philips

MALE
Zaltbommel, Netherlands 01-12-1830 - Zaltbommel, Netherlands 12-06-1900

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  • Philips, Frederik

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Together with his son Gerard Philips he founded the company in electronics 'Philips' in 1891. Known for lighting, the company Philips also made (and still makes) scientific and medical instruments. Frederik Philips was a cousin of Karl Marx.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (several instruments).

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  • instrument maker [1891..], Eindhoven

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Gerard Leonard Frederik Philips

MALE
Zaltbommel, Netherlands 09-10-1858 - Den Haag, Netherlands 25-01-1942

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Together with his father Frederik Philips he founded the company in electronics 'Philips' in 1891. Known for lighting, the company Philips also made (and still makes) scientific and medical instruments.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (several instruments).

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  • instrument maker [1891..], Eindhoven

Education

  • student  - HBS Arnhem, Arnhem
  • student  - HBS Zaltbommel, Zaltbommel
  • student 1876 - Polytechnische School Delft, Delft

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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A. de Penedo

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  • Penido, A. de

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Penedo was Instrument maker before 1785. A pressure pump and components (wooden eye) of a camera obscura signed with 'A. de Penedo' are mentioned in the second cataloque (1785) of the cabinet of De Pinto.

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  • Amsterdam  - 1785

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  • instrument maker [..1785]

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

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J.C. Pelletier

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Pelletier was Instrument maker between 1776-1809. He made: a.o. magnetic declinatorium, windlass, lever. He made copper work of some instruments in the Ebeling Kabinet (a cabinet of mathematical and physical instruments, collected by Mr. E. Ebeling), J. Kampman did the woodcarving. In the inventory of the Utrecht university of 1776 there were some physical instruments from his hand. For the "nijverheidstentoonstelling" in Amsterdam in 1809, Pelletier contributed some instruments.

Collection: Teylers Museum Haarlem (pulley stands, signed 'J. Pelletier fecit').

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  • instrument maker 1800~

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

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A. Gérard

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Instrument maker who was active during the nineteenth century. Until 1849, he had a patent on an instrument for drawing circles. He also made watches and precision instruments for laboratories in his workshop on Place Saint Lambert 5, Liege.

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  • instrument maker 1847 - 1905, Liège

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Gerard Gheens

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"IJkmeester" in the Brabant province 1585-1589. (persons who determines and controls measurements and weights). In 1589 he left for Hamburg.

Residence

  • Hamburg 1589

Occupation

  • IJkmeester in Brabant 1585 - 1589

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  • Jan van Maanen & Geert Vanpaemel, ‘Migratie patronen van wiskundigen in de Lage Landen 1550-1650. Een voorlopige schets’, Scientiarum Historia 32 (2006) 75-98.

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04-12-2011 10:52 - Teaser documentaire 'Our last Transit of Venus' (2012)

29-09-2011 05:00 - Verslag: XXX Symposium of the Scientific Instrument Commission, 20–24 September 2011, Kassel, Germany

28-09-2011 03:14 - Verslagen: Evolutiecongres VU

09-09-2011 12:31 - Kernkamps 'Acta et decreta senatus. Vroedschapsresolutiën en andere bescheiden betreffende de Utrechtse Academie' online.

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20-05-2011 04:53 - Verslag: Amerikaanse toestanden? (Over ‘Intelligent Design in het publieke domein’, Utrecht, 18 april 2011)

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On the polarisation of Röntgen rays

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Authors

Haga, H.

Keywords

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Hamburger, H.J., Brinkman, R.

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Physiology

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The sympathetic innervation of the cross-striated muscle fibres of vertebrates

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 9 (1919), 1227-1230

Authors

Boeke, J., Dusser de Barenne, J.G.

Keywords

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Once more the innervation and the tonus of the striped muscles

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 9 (1919), 1238-1247

Authors

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Keywords

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On thermoelectric currents in mercury

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 10 (1919), 1262-1268

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Haga, H., Zernike, F.

Keywords

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On the Phenomenon of Anodic Polarisation. II

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 10 (1919), 1349-1351

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Keywords

Chemistry

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On the Saponification of Fats. I

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 1 (1918), 35-63

Authors

Treub, J.P.

Keywords

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Adiabatic Invariants of Mechanical Systems. III

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 2 (1918), 163-169

Authors

Burgers, J.M.

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Kamerlingh Onnes, H., Crommelin, C.A., Cath, P.G.

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Brinkman, R., Dam, E. van

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Eerland, L., Storm van Leeuwen, W.

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Physiology

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Authors

Denjoy, A.

Keywords

Mathematics

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A Congruence of Orthogonal Hyperbolas

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 9-10 (1920), 943-947

Authors

Vries, J. de

Keywords

Mathematics

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Referentie: Proceedings, volume 21, deel 1-5 (1919), 1-779

Authors

Ornstein, L.S., Grijns, G., Smits, A., Bijvoet, J.M., Jaeger, F.M., Thomas, W., Nordström, G., Zwaardemaker, H., Hogewind, F., Ehrenfest-Afanassjewa, T., Laar, J.J. van, Berckmans, V.S.F., Denjoy, A., Zeehuisen, H., Schoute, C., Heyst, P.A. van, Groeneveld Meijer, N.E., Scheffer, F.E.C., Coster, D., Schouten, W.J.A., Wijhe, J.W. van, Moll, W.J.H., Vries, J. de, Keesom, W.H., Nordström-van Leeuwen, C., Pannekoek, A., Postma, O., Verschaffelt, J.E., Cath, P.G., Böeseken, J., Loon, C. van, Donder, T. de, Lobry de Bruyn, C.A., Heringa, G.C., Visser, S.W., Aten, A.H.W., Corput, J.G. van der, Wiersma, E.D., Zernike, F., Dubois, E., Droogleever Fortuyn, A.B., Wichmann, A., Went, F.A.F.C., Weber, S., Hulshoff Pol, D.J., Delsman, H.C., Herwerden, M.A. van, Hamburger, H.J., Brinkman, R., Burger, H.C., Kluyver, J.C., Schouten, J.A., Haak, J.J., Sissingh, R., Eijkman, C., Jong, A.W.K. de, Fokker, A.D., Droogleever Fortuyn, A.B., Wertheim Salomonson, J.K.A., Bijl, A.J., Kolkmeijer, N.H., Waals Jr., J. D. van der, Brouwer, L.E.J., Klein, F., Bemmelen, J.F. van, Matthes, B.F.H.J., Boer, S. de, Beijerinck, M.W., Bolk, L., Bockwinkel, H.B.A., Beeger, N.G.W.H.

Keywords

N/A

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Authors

Laar, J.J. van

Keywords

Physics

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Ueber Transformationen ebener Bereiche

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 5 (1919), 475-475

Authors

Kerékjártó, B. von

Keywords

Mathematics

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Pressure- and temperature-coefficients, volume and heat-effects in bivariant systems

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 6 (1920), 526-530

Authors

Hoenen, P.H.J.

Keywords

Chemistry

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Notes on Cobaltammines

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 6 (1920), 576-579

Authors

Os, C.H. van

Keywords

Chemistry

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An involution of pairs of points and an involution of pairs of rays in space

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 6 (1920), 580-593

Authors

Os, C.H. van

Keywords

Mathematics

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A Congruence of Conics

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 22, deel 7-8 (1920), 641-644

Authors

Vries, J. de

Keywords

Mathematics

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