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John Conrad Brandt

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Made pyrometers.

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  • Den Haag 1917~

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  • Instrument maker 1917~, Den Haag

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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L. Brener

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Compass maker from Namen, Belgium, in the nineteenth century.

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  • Namen 1800~ - 1900~

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  • Instrument maker [1800..], Namen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Joseph Brenta

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Brenta made barometers in Amsterdam an the last quarter of the eighteenth century.

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  • Amsterdam 

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  • instrument maker 1775 - 1800, Amsterdam

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  • Bolle, B. Barometers in beeld (Lochem 1983), 245 (vt.nt. 370).

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Jacob Brim

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A smith who probably lived in Leiden. Was the father of Jacob Brim, Nicolaas and Cornelis Brim. Nickname: "Philosofische Smid".

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  • Leiden 1675~ - 1700~

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  • smith 1675 - 1700, Leiden

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  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950), 38.

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Victor de Dayn

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  • Ledayn, V.

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Booktrader and printer from Ghent. Dayn probably made one sundial for private use.

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  • booktrader, printer and instrument maker 1542 - 1552, Gent

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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N. Hartzee

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Lived aroud 1680. Made lenses.

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  • instrument maker 1680~

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  • Morrison-Low, A.D. From Earth-bound to satellite : telescopes, skills, and networks (Leiden 2012).

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Ahasuerus Fromanteel

MALE
1607 - 1693

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Ahasuerus Fromanteel (1607-1693) was born in Norwich as the son of Mordochaeus (Murdoch) Fromanteel, a chairmaker from Flemish descent. In 1629 Fromanteel went to London after seven years apprenticeship in Norwich as a clockmaker. His firm was situated at Moses Alley, Southwark. In 1630 Fromanteel joined the Blacksmiths' Society and the Clockmakers Society in 1632. In 1654 Fromanteel's daughter married the clockmaker Thomas Loomes and Fromanteel started a partnership with his son-in-law, resulting in an additional clockmaker shop at the Mermaid in Lothbury. In 1656 Fromanteel gained citizenship of the City of London, giving him more independence. After his son John worked with Salomon Coster in The Hague, the Fromanteels were the first to make pendulum clocks after the invention of Christiaan Huygens in 1658.
It appears that during 1667 and 1676, Fromanteel spent most of his time on the continent, especially in The Netherlands. In this period his sons John and Ahasuerus jr. continued his business in London. Maybe Fromanteel was preparing the opening of a shop on the continent, which his sons John and Ahasueres jr. eventually opened in Amsterdam in 1681. From 1680 on Fromanteel retired and let his son Abraham run the business in London.

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  • chair and clockmaker 

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Ahasuerus Fromanteel

MALE
1640 - 1703

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Ahasuerus Fromanteel (1640-1703) was the son of the famous London clockmaker Ahasuerus Fromanteel sr. Fromanteel was apprenticed to Lionel Wyth in 1654, later to Simon Bertram and established himself in London. IAround 1681 he started a clockmakers shop at the Vijgendam in Amsterdam with his brother John. His brother Abraham frequently visited them and kept the contact between Amsterdam and London. In 1694 Fromanteel's daughter married the clockmaker Christopher Clarke. It is not clear if the firm from then on came to be known as Fromanteel & Clarke or only after the death of Ahasuerus, when the firm was continued by Clarke, probably still working together with Abraham Fromanteel.

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  • clockmaker 1681, Amsterdam

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Jan Jurrien Buddingh

MALE
1833 - 1905

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Scientific instrument maker in Arnhem. Buddingh received his training in France. In 1855 he bought Christopher Becker's company on the Eusebiusbinnensingel in Arnhem. He renamed the company into 'Becker & Buddingh'. In 1864 they moved to the Rijnkade near the Ooststraat, where it stayed until 1906. In the 1880s the company received the title 'Royal', eventually, it was sold to the city of Arnhem.

Collection: Zeeuws Museum, Vlissingen (Becker & Buddingh).

Residence

  • Arnhem 1855 - 1905

Occupation

  • scientific instrument maker 1855 - 1906, Arnhem

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  • Schaap, K., 'Een stukje gelegenheidswetgeving te Arnhem in 1848', in: Gelders mengelwerk. (Zutphen 1979), 91.
  • Database Maritiem Digitaal
  • Aardoom, L., ‘Jan Jurriën Buddingh (1832-1905)’, De Hollandse Cirkel15:4 (december 2013) 162-173.
  • Aardoom, L., ‘De mechanicus Christopher Becker (1805-1890), in Arnhem. Een pionier op doorreis’, Bijdragen en Mededelingen Gelre 103 (2012) 167-202.

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Carlo Bianchi

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1750~ - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1830~

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Bijanchij, C.

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Maker of meteorological instruments in Amsterdam. Carlo worked in The Netherlands since 1770, first with barometer maker Ludovico Primavesi. In 1771 Bianchi & Primavesi sold some instruments to the Fundatie van Renswoude in The Hague. From 1778 on he no longer worked with Primavesi, but with his brother Saverio. They made barometers, air pumps, Leiden jars, weather glasses and spiral thermometers. They made barometers, air pumps, Leiden jars, weather glasses and spiral thermometers. The latter instrument was invented in Austria in 1776 by Jacob Bianchi, probably their father.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (instrument signed 'Bianchy Primavesi / fecit Amsterdam'), Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers in Paris (thermometer made between 1770 and 1790).

Residence

  • Amsterdam 1778~

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1770~ - 1793~, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Bolle, B., Barometers in beeld (Lochem/Poperinge 1983).
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Ebeling, E., Naamlijst en korte beschrijving van wis- en natuurkundige werktuigen, bij één verzameld door den weledelen heer Mr. E. Ebeling (Amsterdam 1789).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J., ‘An Eighteenth-Century Medical-Meteorological Society in the Netherlands. An Investigation on Early Instrumentation, Organisation and Quantification of the Science of Weather’ in: British Journal for the History of Science 38 (2005) 379-410 en idem 39 (2006) 49-66.

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Hendrik de Leth

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Instrument retailer and bookseller from Amsterdam. Sold, among other instruments, the pocket globes made by Johannes Deur.

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  • instrument maker 

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Cornelis Langendelf

MALE
1630~ - 1700~

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Maker of optical instruments. Polished ocular lenses and made iron telescope tubes. Made an extendible telescope with five iron drawtubes for the Huygens brothers Christiaan and Constantijn (ca. 1683). The tubes were constructed by Langendelf, the lens was ground by Christiaan Huygens.

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  • Den Haag 

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  • instrument maker 1667~, Den Haag

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  • Huygens, Chr. Oeuvres Complètes.

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Laurens Borrius

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N/A - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1699

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  • Borius, L.

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Telescope maker from Amsterdam. Sold telescopes for navigating officers to the VOC. After his death in 1699 his wife would continue to sell instruments with her late husband's business partner Dirck van Lier. Telescopes made by Borrius were in the George Clifford sale (Amsterdam 1761, no. 86): 'Een Verrekyker met 4 Glaase, lang 4 Voeten, meeden in stukken in en uit te haalen: gemaakt door Borrius' and Assenborch sale (Utrecht, 1794, no. 1): 'Een superbe kijker van vier glasen van Borius'.

Residence

  • Amsterdam  - 1699

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  • Instrument maker  - 1699, Amsterdam

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  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. ‘The ‘invisible technician’ made visible. Telescope making in the seventeenth and early eighteenth-century Dutch Republic’ in: Alison D. Morrison-Low [et al] (eds.), From Earth-Bound to Satellite. Telescopes, Skills and Networks (Leiden/Boston: Brill 2012), 41-102.

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Lucretia Meijnicman

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  • Metz, Widow Coenraad I Fibus
  • Fibus Metz, Widow

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Scientific instrument maker, who continued the Metz workshop after the death of her husband Coenraad Fibus Metz in 1748. Their son Coenraad Fibus Metz II (1732-1778) continued the business around 1770.

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  • scientific instrument maker 1748, Amsterdam

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Johan Biering

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N/A - Utrecht, Netherlands 1809

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Was in 1779 "knecht van de chemie" at Utrecht University. Since 1796 he provided also services for the the Collegium pharmaecuticum. Died in 1809 as "Oppasser van het Theatrum Physicum'.

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  • Utrecht 1779~ - 1809

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  • Oppasser van het Theatrum Physicum 1779~ - 1809, Utrecht

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  • Kernkamp, G.W., Acta et decreta senatus. Vroedschapsresolutiën en andere bescheiden betreffende de Utrechtse Academie, 3 vols. (1936-1940)

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Barend Holsboer

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Arnhem, Netherlands 24-08-1874 - Ermelo, Netherlands 30-10-1944

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retailer of scientific instruments in Arnhem

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  • instrument retailer 1898 - [..1944], Arnhem

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Meester Paulus

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Paulus was a grinder of lenses in Arnhem. First mentioned by Christiaan Huygens in 1653.

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  • grinder of lenses 1653~, Arnhem

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  • Huygens, Chr. Œuvre complètes de Christiaan Huygens (Amsterdam/Den Haag).

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Catharina Maria Wolterbeek

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Delft, Netherlands 1840 - N/A

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Caminada-Wolterbeek, Catharina Maria

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Widow of Johannes Caminada in 1887, since then Partner of the Caminada Scientific Instrument Factory in the Hague.

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  • Partner in a scientific instrument makers firm 1887, Den Haag

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  • 1856-1906: Vijftig-jarig bestaan van de fabriek Firma Gebr. Caminada Rotterdam (Rotterdam 1906).

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Lucas Ciovini

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  • Ciouni, Lukas

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Scientific instrument maker and traveling retailer from Amsterdam, who made and sold thermometers and barometers. In 1769 on the Groningen Market he put up for raffle a large English telescope. In 1770 in the Leydse courant he announced an association with Paulus Wast junior.

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  • Scientific instrument maker and traveling retailer 1767~ - 1771~, Amsterdam

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  • Advertisement in Opregte Groninger courant, 4 Dec. 1767; 10 Jan 1769; 25 Jan 1771
  • Advertisement in Leydse courant, 28 May 1770
  • Advertisement in Leeuwarder courant, 25 Febr. 1769
  • Advertisement in the Oprechte Haerlemsche courant, 21 June 1770

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Arnoldus van Vastenhout

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 19-06-1746 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1815

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Arnoldus van Vastenhout was a compass maker in Amsterdam, in 1771, when he became poorter (citizen). From 1776-1815 his business was situated at the Haringpakkerij. After his death, in 1815, it was continued as a hardware and flags store by his widow (Gerarda Beijerinck) and their son, Willem Vastenhout, as 'Weduwe A. van Vastenhout en Zoon', on the Texelse Kaai, until 1828. Several compasses by Arnoldus have been preserved.

Collections: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen, Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum, Groningen.

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  • compass maker 1771 - 1815, Amsterdam

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  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Morzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse komapsmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam, 1999), 103-104.
  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Proceedings of the section of sciences

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 18, deel 6-10 (1916), 895-1694

Authors

Elias, G.J., Vries, J. de, Klein, W.C., Versluys, J., Vries, H. de, Waals Jr., J. D. van der, Snethlage, A., Verkade, P.E., Schreinemakers, F.A.H., Vermeulen, H.A., Sitter, W. dem Haga, H., Jaeger, F.M., Wertheim Salomonson, I.K.A., Klooster, H.S. van, Winkler, C., Nil Ratan Dhar, Verschaffelt, J.E., Nicaise, C., Keesom, W.H., Kamerlingh Onnes, H., Siertsema, L.H., Zernike, F., Sande Bakhuyzen, H.G. van de, Eijkman, C., Hoogenhuyze, C.J.C. van, Kruyt, H.R., Fyan, E.C., Kerstjens, A.H., Klamer, C.E., Sluiter, C.H., Hulshoff Pol, D.J., Höevell, J.J.L.D. van, Smits, A., Aten, A.H.W., Cohen, E., Pekelharing, C.A., Scheffer, F.E.C., Everdingen, E. van, Böeseken, J., Cohen, W.D., Haas, W.J. de, Postma, O., Lange, D. de, Tammes, T., Lohuizen, T. van, Rutgers, J.G., Leeuwen, H.J. van, Gallé, P.H., Brouwer, H.A., Cardinaal, J., Roelofs, C.O., Wiersma, E.D., Roels, F., Leeuwen, C. van, Vosmaer, G.C.J., Zeeman, P., Kerstjens, A.H., Os, C.H. van, Laar, J.J. van, Boer, S. de, Bemmelen, J.F. van, Botke, J., Folpmers, T., Beijerinck, M.W., Meyer, G., Beck, R.P.

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The Gastrulation of Rana esculenta and of Rana fusca

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 7 (1917), 906-920

Authors

Delsman, H.C.

Keywords

Zoology

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Experimental inquiry into the laws of the Brownian movement in a gas

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 8 (1917), 1006-1021

Authors

Snethlage, A.

Keywords

Physics

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Boer, S. de

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Critical point, critical phenomena and a few condensation-constants of air

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 8 (1917), 1088-1098

Authors

Kuenen, J.P., Clark, A.L.

Keywords

Physics

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Authors

Reinders, W., Hamburger, L.

Keywords

Chemistry

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How vulcanism might be explained

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 18, deel 1 (1916), 10-16

Authors

Sandberg, C.G.S.

Keywords

Geology

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On the structure of the muscular abdominaly wall of Primates

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 18, deel 1 (1916), 19-33

Authors

Mijsberg, W.A.

Keywords

Anatomy

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On the heart-rhythm. III

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 18, deel 1 (1916), 34-39

Authors

Boer, S. de

Keywords

Physiology

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On phosphorite of the isle of Ajawi

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 18, deel 2 (1916), 214-220

Authors

Wichmann, A.

Keywords

Mineralogy

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The Structure of Truxillic Acids

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 4 (1918), 590-596

Authors

Jong, A.W.K. de

Keywords

Chemistry

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Old Andesites and Brecciated Miocene to the east of Buitenzorg (Java)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 4 (1918), 597-608

Authors

Rutten, L.

Keywords

Geology

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In-, mono- and divariant equilibria. XVIII

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 5 (1918), 659-667

Authors

Schreinemakers, F.A.H.

Keywords

Chemistry

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On Caesium-ions and Cardiac Action

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 6 (1918), 773-778

Authors

Zwaardemaker, H.

Keywords

Physiology

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Action of Solar Light on Cumarin

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 6 (1918), 875-876

Authors

Jong, A.W.K. de

Keywords

Chemistry

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On the light emission of gases and mixtures of gases by electric discharges

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 20, deel 7 (1918), 1043-1048

Authors

Hamburger, L.

Keywords

Physics

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Cath, P.G., Kamerlingh Onnes, H.

Keywords

Physics

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