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Pieter Visbagh

MALE
Den Haag, Netherlands 1634~ - Den Haag, Netherlands 1722

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Watch and clockmaker in The Hague. One of the most important clockmakers in the Netherlands in the late seventeenth century (and first master of the Clockmakers' guild in the Hague). In 1646 he started a six year during apprenticeship at Salomon Coster. Then he moved to Middelburg, where he established a clockmaker shop around 1652. In 1660, a year after Coster's death, Visbagh took over the shop from Coster's widow in The Hague. He continued the contract with Costers apprentice Christiaan Reijnaert. Visbagh first rented the house of Coster at the corner of the Wagenstraat and Veerkade and bought it eleven years later. For the next 25 years Visbagh became one of the most important clockmakers of the Netherlands. In 1688 Visbagh became the first master of the Clockmakers' guild in the Hague. He repaired clocks for and worked with Christiaan Huygens (ca. 1690). Probably Visbagh retired well before 1722.

Residence

  • Den Haag 
  • Middelburg 1652 - 1660

Occupation

  • Watch and clockmaker 1652 - 1660, Middelburg
  • Watch and clockmaker 1688~ - [..1722], Den Haag

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Provenance

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

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Alle Jans Bokma

MALE
Workum, Netherlands 1801 - Workum, Netherlands 1880

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Millwright, town architect and instrument maker from Workum, Friesland. He was awarded a bronze medal for his tellurium.

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  • millwright, architect and instrument maker 1843~, Workum

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Provenance

  • Morpurgo, E., Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 13.
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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Bernaert Jasper Bommaerts

MALE
Antwerpen, Belgium 1610 - N/A

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Made coin weights and coin weight boxes from his workshop at Oude Borse in den Salm, Antwerp.

Residence

  • Antwerpen 1649

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1649~, Antwerpen

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

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Jacques Verhouve

MALE
N/A - 1653

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Verhouve worked as "IJkmeester" (person who determines and controls measures) in Brugge, 1618-1621 and 1624-1653.

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  • Brugge 

Occupation

  • ijkmeester 1618 - 1621, Brugge
  • ijkmeester 1624 - 1653, Brugge

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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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F. Braga

MALE
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Optician who worked for Ghent University. Made optical, physical and mathematical instruments, including a barometer.

Residence

  • Gent 1820

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1820~, Gent

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Jacobus Valerius

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Valerius was instrument maker around 1558. Probably worked in the workshop of Gemma Frisius. Maybe he was the father of Cornelius Valerius (born in Oudewater, 1607, died in Mechelen, 1687) who, after the death of his master Gemma Frisius, was professor geography and astronomy in Leuven. He signed an astrolabe in 1558.

Collection: Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Brussel (astrolabe), Cinquanternaire Museum, Brusse (astrolabe), Museum for the History of Science Oxford (astrobale attributed to Valerius).

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  • Instrument maker 1558~, Leuven

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Provenance

  • mentioned in an advertisement in: Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 5 (1985), 28.
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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K.W. Uhlman

MALE
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Watch maker in Zwolle. In 1857 he send an equatorial sundial to Crystal Palace.

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  • Instrument maker 1857~, Zwolle

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Paulus Bramer

MALE
1700~ - Amsterdam, Netherlands 04-05-1770

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Braamer, Paulus

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Watch- and clockmaker at the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 'by de Kolk', Amsterdam. Bramer also made sundials. He worked together with his son Jurriaan (1719-1780), although they had two separate workshops. (Jurriaan had settled in the Kalverstraat.)

Collection: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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  • clock, watch and instrument maker 1720~ - 1750, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Nierop, L. van, 'Naamregister van alle de voornaamste winkeliers der stad Amsterdam, 1767', Jaarboek Amstelodamum 29 (1932) 159-216.
  • Morpurgo, E., Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 17.

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Cornelis Bree

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1671-10 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1710-09

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Cornelis de Bree de Jonge was a compass maker opposite the Haringpakkerstoren at 'Het Oude Cromhout' in Amsterdam, in 1704. He was the son of Cornelis Jansz. de Bree de Oude, at the same address. After his death, his widow, Celia Bidloo, continued his business as 'Weduwe de Bree'. From 1742-1744 she sold compasses and compass roses to the Amsterdam chamber of the VOC.

Collection: No work by him or by his widow are on record.

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Occupation

  • compass maker 1700 - 1710, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Kuile S. ter and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam 1999), 52.
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. 'Navigational Instruments in the Netherlands during the 19th century: Production, Distribution and Use', in: Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 6 (1985).

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Dominicus Brenta

MALE
N/A - 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands 1785

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Instrument maker from Den Bosch. Made barometers, mirrors, weather houses, eyeglasses and a camera obscura. Also owner of a glaze company.

Residence

  • 's-Hertogenbosch  - 1760

Occupation

  • instrument maker [..1760], 's-Hertogenbosch

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Provenance

  • Bolle, B. Barometers in beeld (Lochem 1983), 245 (vt.nt. 369).

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Cornelis Brim

MALE
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Glass grinder who worked in the Nieuwesteeg, Leiden. Was active during the middle of the eighteenth century. Many of the Brim family members were instrument makers.

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Occupation

  • glas grinder 1754~, Leiden

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Provenance

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

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Carlo Antonio Caminada

MALE
Milano, Italy 1763~ - Delft, Netherlands 15-02-1828

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  • Cammenade, Carel Anthonij
  • Camenada, Carel Anthonij

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Barometer maker who in 1788 moved from Milan to Delft, where he married Gerritje Eijkhoorn. Caminada made and sold barometers and drafting compasses. He lived and worked, first on the Marktveld and later at the Koornmarkt, in a house called 'De Vliegenkast'. His workshop was continued by his three sons Gerardus Petrus (1796-1833), Jacobus (1798-1832) and Joannes (Jan) Caminada (1803-1876).

Residence

  • Delft 1788 - 1828

Occupation

  • barometer maker 1788~ - 1828, Delft

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Provenance

  • Bolle, B., Barometers in beeld (Lochem/Poperinge 1983), 245 (n. 372)
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • 1856-1906: Vijftig-jarig bestaan van de fabriek Firma Gebr. Caminada Rotterdam (Rotterdam 1906).

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Albert Pietersz. van der Camp

MALE
1694~ - N/A

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Albert van der Camp was a compass maker on the Nieuwland in Amsterdam, in 1720, when became poorter (citizen). In 1725 he was at the same address, in 1742 on the Buitenkant. Albert's father was compass maker Pieter Albertsz. van der Camp, a daughter of Albert married compass maker Josua Daelder. In 1733 and 1744 Albert was compass maker to the Amsterdam Admiralty.

Collection: No work by him is on record.

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Occupation

  • instrument maker 1720 - 1745, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Kuile, S. ter, and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam 1999), 54 and 60.

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Carel Antonius Caminada

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 1829 - Den Haag, Netherlands 1910

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Carel Caminada was a scientific instrument maker, and son of Johannes Caminada from Delft. In 1856, together with his brother Johannes Antonius, he founded a business in Rotterdam. Both were apprentices to their father. They also were trained abroad, before settling in Rotterdam, where they resided at Noordblaak no.1, Hoofdsteeg no.28, Kortenaerstraat no.36 and Mauritsstraat no.119. The Caminada firm made a variety of scientific instruments, including mathematical and nautical instruments, spirit levels, timepieces, telegraphs, compasses, and devices to measure water levels. The company was continued by a next generation.

Collections: Teylers Museum, Haarlem, Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, Maritiem Museum, Rotterdam.

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  • instrument maker 12-05-1856 - [1906..], Rotterdam

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Provenance

  • Bolle, B. Barometers in beeld. (Lochem 1983), 174, 243 (vt. nt. 290) en 245 (vt.nt. 372).
  • 1856-1906: Vijftig-jarig bestaan van de fabriek Firma Gebr. Caminada Rotterdam (Rotterdam 1906).
  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Christoph Trechsler

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Trechler was instrument maker in the late sixteenth - early seventeenth century in Dresden. He made a 'Schraubenmikrometererstlinge'. He married in 1571.

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  • Instrument maker 1595~, Dresden

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Provenance

  • Engelmann, M. Sammlung Mensing : altwissenschaftliche Instrumente (Amsterdam 1924).

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Daniël Canisius

MALE
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A scientific instrument maker who lived in the eighteenth century.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden or Nederlands Scheepvaart Museum Amsterdam ("circumferentor").

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Occupation

  • instrument maker 1700~

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Lijst van instrumenten in de verzameling van het Nederlands Historisch Scheepvaart Museum Amsterdam (Amsterdam 1971), 3.

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Reijnier Tempelaar

MALE
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Tempelaar was scientific instrument maker in The Hague around 1700. He made a chronoscope.

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  • Instrument maker 1700~, Den Haag

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Provenance

  • Auction catalogue Sotheby & Co., 17 February 1969, lot nr.75

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Johannes van Ceulen

MALE
[..1640] - Den Haag, Netherlands 07-12-1715

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Clock maker from Maastricht. He moved to The Hague in 1675 (first at Het Plein and from 1703 at the Lange Pooten), where he started to make and sell timepieces. Between 1677 and 1684 he worked with Christiaan and Constantijn Huygens, for whom he made a planetarium and some sea clocks (ca. 1682-1684). Several clock makers were apprenticed to Van Ceulen (such as Van der Slot and Mulder), which resulted in a large productivity. Van Ceulen was a warden (1688) and later master of the The Hague clockmakers guild.
Collections: Museum Boerhaave, Leiden, Astronomisch-Physikalisches Kabinett, Kassel, Science Museum, London.

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  • instrument maker 1680~, Den Haag

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Baillie, G.H., Watchmakers and clockmakers of the world (London 1947).
  • Daumas, M., Les instruments scientifiques aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (Paris 1953), translated into English as Scientific instruments of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and their makers (Batsford 1972).
  • Morpurgo, E., Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970), 25
  • Zinner, E., Deutsche und Niederländsche astronomische Instrumente des 11.-18. Jahrhunderts (München 1956)
  • Gent, R.H. van, De tijdmeters van de Leidse Sterrewacht (Leiden 1992).

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Lambert Charlier

MALE
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Scientific instrument maker from Liege, Belgium. Founded the Atelier Charlier at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Made rulers ("duimstokken").

Collection: Musee de la Vie Wallonne.

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  • instrument maker 1820~, Liège

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Antoni Ciovino

MALE
Milano, Italy 1737~ - N/A

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Scientific instrument maker and traveling retailer from Amsterdam, who made and sold thermometers and barometers. Possibly worked together with Carolus Ruspinus.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (thermometer signed 'Ant. Ciovino Amst.').

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Occupation

  • Scientific instrument maker and traveling retailer 1760~, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • B. Bolle, Barometers in beeld (Lochem 1983), 246 (vt.nt. 378).
  • Advertisement in Leeuwarder Courant, 18 Febr. 1769
  • Advertisement in Groninger Courant, 4 Dec. 1767

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Experimental researches on the analogy between swelling (imbititon) and mixing

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1911), 958-975

Authors

Katz, J.R.

Keywords

Physiology

Download als pdf file (20 pagina's, 833.26 K)

Authors

Stok, J.P. van der

Keywords

Geophysics

Download als pdf file (11 pagina's, 398.36 K)

Javanese Basilicum oil and methylchavicol

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 15-16

Authors

Romburgh, P. van

Keywords

Chemistry

Download als pdf file (3 pagina's, 107.41 K)

On the structure of perfect sets of points. (second communication)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 137-147

Authors

Brouwer, L.E.J.

Keywords

Mathematics

Download als pdf file (12 pagina's, 461.77 K)

The surfaces of revolution ofquadratic cylinders of non-Euclidean space

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 148-153

Authors

Barrau, J.A.

Keywords

Mathematics

Download als pdf file (7 pagina's, 264.5 K)

Authors

Einthoven, W., Wieringa, J.H.

Keywords

Physiology

Download als pdf file (3 pagina's, 97.17 K)

Thermo-tolerant lipase

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 166-170

Authors

Söhngen, N.L.

Keywords

Microbiology

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On retrogressive melting-point lines. (Third communication)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 189-192

Authors

Smits, A., Treub, J.P.

Keywords

Chemistry

Download als pdf file (5 pagina's, 169.73 K)

On the system hydrogensulphide-water

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 195-201

Authors

Scheffer, F.E.C.

Keywords

Chemistry

Download als pdf file (8 pagina's, 316.84 K)

Preliminary investigation into the motion of the pole of the earth in 1907

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1911), 211-221

Authors

Zwiers, H.J.

Keywords

Astronomy

Download als pdf file (13 pagina's, 468.71 K)

Star systems and the milky way

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1912), 909-911

Authors

Kapteyn, J.C.

Keywords

Astronomy

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The magneto-optic Kerr-effect in ferromagnetic compounds and alloys. II

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 14 (1912), 970-983

Authors

Loria, S.

Keywords

Physics

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Proceedings of the section of sciences

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1910), 1-595

Authors

Crommelin, C.A., Schoute, P.H., Verschaffelt, E., Zeeman, W.P.C., Weber, M., Buytendijk, F.J.J., Wind, C.H., Braak, C., Scheffer, F.E.C., Boeke, J., Dammerman, K.W., Hamburger, H.J., Kruyt, H.R., Leersum, P. van, Bubanovic, F., Winawer, B., Zeeman, P., Julius, W.H., Brouwer, L.E.J., Lorentz, H.A., Valkenburg, C.T. van, Timmermans, J., Franchimont, A.P.N., Haga, H., Boerema, J., Boole Stott, A., Schoute, P.H., Kapteyn, W., Grijns, G., Nieuwenhuis, A.W., Smits, A., Leeuw, H.L. de, Laar, J.J. van, Wichmann, A., Rutgers, A.A.L., Winkler, C., Rijnberk, G. van, Mooy, W.J. de, Bemmelen, W. van, Uven, M.J. van, Ornstein, L.S., Waals, J.D. van der, Prins, A., Reid, C., Reid, E.M., Amstel, J. van, Iterson Jr., G. van, Pannekoek, A., Vries, J. de, Büchner, E.H., Wisselingh, C. van, Böeseken, J., Schweizer, A., Elias, G.J., Vries, J. de, Bonnema, J.H., Bois, H.E.J.G. du, Beresteyn, M.H. van, Holleman, A.F., Linden, T. van der, Valeton, J.J.P., Rinkes, I.J., Rijnberk, G.A.

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Investigations on the radium content of rocks. I

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1910), 359-365

Authors

Büchner, E.H.

Keywords

Chemistry

Download als pdf file (8 pagina's, 318.47 K)

Authors

Julius, W.H.

Keywords

Physics

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On linear polar groups belonging to a biquadratic plane curve

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1910), 44-48

Authors

Vries, J. de

Keywords

Mathematics

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An experiment with Sarcina ventriculi

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1911), 1237-1240

Authors

Beijerinck, M.W.

Keywords

Microbiology

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On the solid state. VI

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1911), 636-649

Authors

Laar, J.J. van

Keywords

Physics

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Fat-splitting by bacteria

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 13 (1911), 667-680

Authors

Söhngen, N.L.

Keywords

Microbiology

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