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Carel Ruspinus

MALE
Rotterdam, Netherlands 1722 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1771

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Ruspinus was thermometer and barometer maker working in Amsterdam (originated from Rotterdam), ca 1746-1771. In 1751 he was associated with Paulus Wast, who in 1747, 1748 en 1759 was a witness at the baptism of one of Ruspinus' children. In 1758 Dominus Sala was also witness at such a baptism, as was his colleague Ludovicus Primavesi in 1766.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (mercury thermometer), A barometer dated 1759 is in private hands. A thermometer by Ruspinus was auctioned in 1799.

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  • Thermometer and barometer maker 1746~ - 1771, Amsterdam

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  • Bolle, B., Barometers in beeld (Lochem 1983), 65 en 237 (vt.nt. 138).
  • Ebeling, E., Naamlijst en korte beschrijving van wis- en natuurkundige werktuigen, bij één verzameld door den weledelen heer Mr. E. Ebeling (Amsterdam 1789)
  • advertisemnet in the Leydse courant, 8 Jan. 1751

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Johannes Gerard Hulst van Keulen van de Velde

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 07-10-1789 - N/A

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Retailer of nautical instruments, charts and navigating manuals in Amsterdam. Johannes was the last member of the Van Keulen family to own the 'Weduwe G. Hulst van Keulen' firm. He took over the firm in 1810 after the death of his grandmother Anna Calkoen, the widow of Gerard Hulst van Keulen. Johannes sold the firm in 1823, after which it was continued by several owners as the 'Weduwe G. Hulst van Keulen' until 1885, when it was liquidated. The company's inventory was auctioned by G.D. Bom HGz., in Amsterdam, the same year.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave, Leiden, Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam.

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  • Retailer of scientific and nautical instruments 1810 - 1823, Amsterdam

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  • Bom, Hgz., G.D. Bijdragen tot eene geschiedenis van het geslacht 'Van Keulen' als boekhandelaars, uitgevers, kaart- en instrumentmakers in Nederland. (Amsterdam, 1885).

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F. Courseul

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instrument maker at Rue de Fer 753, Namen (1803). Made coin scales.

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  • instrument maker 1803 - 1815, Namen

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  • 'Cover Story: Coin Scales by F. Courseul, Rue de Fer, No. 753, Namur'', in: Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 101 (2009), 1-3.

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D. Mets

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Mets was maker of a "voetmaat" (possibly around 1764)

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  • instrument maker 1764~

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  • Lulofs, J. Grond-beginselen der wynroey- en peil-kunde, ten dienste der landgenooten (Leyden 1764).

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Jan Nieuwelant

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  • Terranova, J.

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Nieuwelant was mathematician in Leuven, surname also Terranova. Was he also instrument maker? His name will be found at bills of Plantijn.

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  • mathematician 1572 - 1588, Leuven

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Dirk Barend Selter

MALE
11-11-1821 - [1899..]

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Dirk Barend Selter was a nautical instrument and compass maker in Amsterdam, from 1850-1899 in the Slijkstraat at the Bantammerstraat, and from 1899 at 's Gravenhekje. He was the father of instrument and compass maker Dirk Hermanus Selter. A trade label is for 'D.B. Selter maakt en repareert alle soort van zeevaartkundige instrumenten. Bantammerstraat no.383 Amsterdam', another is for 'C. Brinkman & D.B. Selter * Maaken en repareren alle soort Zeevaartkundige instrumenten * IJ gracht U nr 21 Amsterdam'.

Collections: Maritiem Museum, Rotterdam, Fries Scheepvaartmuseum, Sneek, Handels -og Sjofartmuseum pa Kronborg, Helsingor, Denmark, Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen (compasses), Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam (trade label), Fokke Museum, Bremen, Germany (trade label).

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  • instrument maker 1845~ - 1900, Amsterdam
  • compass maker 1845~ - 1900, Amsterdam

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  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. 'Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns' (Amsterdam 1986).
  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyn, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amstedam 1999), 100.
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden. (Leiden 1950).
  • Amsterdamsche almanak voor koophandel en zeevaart, for 1869,1875,1876 and 1880.

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Dirk Hermanus Selter

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 21-02-1852 - N/A

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Dirk Hermanus Selter was a compass maker in the Slijkstraat in Amsterdam. He was the son of nautical instrument and compass maker Dirk Barend Selter. A compass by him, dated 1873, has been preserved.

Collection: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam.

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  • compass maker , Amsterdam

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  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Morzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam, 1999), 100.

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Zacharias Webbers

MALE
Leipzig, Germany N/A - N/A

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Webbers was a mathematical instrument maker of German descent, working in Amsterdam in the early 17th century. Between 1644 and 1650 three children were baptised in the Amsterdam Lutherian church.

Collection: Kungliga Vetenskapakademien, Stockholm ('column' and 'spherical dial', signed: 'Zacharias Webbers Lipsiensis. Ad Elevationem Poli. 52 Graden Amstelodomai 1639').

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  • Amsterdam 1639~

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  • scientific instrument maker 1639~, Amsterdam

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  • Mörzer Buyns, W.F.J. Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).
  • Pipping, Gunnar. The Chamber of Physics : instruments in the history of sciences collections of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm (Stockholm 1977).

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Jan Cornelisz.

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Jan Cornelisz. of the Friesian island of Fohr, between 1762 and 1784 made octants that were mainly used on Dutch and German whaling ships. A number of these have been preserved.

Collections: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, National Maritime Museum, London, Sylter Heimatmuseum, Sylt, Germany, Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Museum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Lubeck, Germany, Altonaer Museum, Hamburg, Landes Museum Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig, Germany, Hart Nautical Collection, MIT Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Frilandsmuseet, Sorgenfri, Denmark, Dr-Carl-Haeberlin-Friesenmuseum, Wyk auf Fohr.

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  • Nautical instrument maker 1762 - 1784, Föhr

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  • Morzer Bruyns, W.F.J. 'Octants from the Friesian of Fohr for Dutch and German Whale Men, 1760-90', The Mariner's Mirror 92, 4 (2006), 412-426.

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Joost van Duijm

MALE
Rotterdam, Netherlands 18-08-1826 - [..1901]

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  • Krap, Weduwe A.H.

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In 1851, after his marriage to Henriette Cornelia Krap, the daughter of The widow Helena Geertruijda Krap-Arbon, Van Duijm joined her business in Rotterdam, retailing nautical instruments, charts and navigation manuals. In 1855, two months after the widow's death, his brother Aart van Duijm married the other daughter Anna Maria Krap, after which date he probably joined the firm, which was continued under the name: 'Weduwe A.H. Krap & Van Duijm'. In 1858, they sold nautical instruments, charts and navigation manuals.

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  • Retailer of navigating instruments 1851

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  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Adrianus Hubertus Krap

MALE
Rotterdam, Netherlands 27-07-1793 - Rotterdam, Netherlands 28-07-1832

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Krap was a retailer of navigating instruments in Rotterdam,since 1818 working with his father-in-law under the name 'Arbon & Krap'. From about 1824 he continued the business under his own name. A marine achromatic telescope bearing his name, has been preserved. After his death in 1832, his widow Helena Geertruijda Arbon continued the business, first with a certain 'Van den Brink', later (from 1851 onwards) with her son-in-law Joost van Duijm, who had married her daughter Henriette Cornelia Krap.
In 1855 his brother Aart van Duijm married the other daughter Anna Maria Krap, after which date he probaably joined the firm, which was called: 'Weduwe A.H. Krap & Van Duijm'.

Collection: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam.

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  • retailer of navigating instruments  - 1832

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  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Barend Feykes

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 12-09-1788 - N/A

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  • Feijkes, Barend

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Barend Feykes was a scientific instrument and compass maker in the Oude Teertuinen in Amsterdam, from 1826-1856. His father Jan Feykes was also a compass maker in Amsterdam. A compass by Barend is preserved.

Collection: The Whipple Museum of the History of Science, Cambridge, England.

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  • Kuole, S. ter and W.F.J. Morzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam, 1999), 65.

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Willem Schaap

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 1754 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1807~

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Willem Schaap was a compass maker in Amsterdam, in 1775, when he became poorter (citizen), in 1780 his address was in the Houttuinen. After 1805 it was at the Droogbak, which was then also a hardware store. Several compasses by Schaap have been preserved.

Collctions: Rijper Museum in 't Houten Huis, De Rijp, National Maritime Museum, London.

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  • compass maker 1775 - [1805..], Amsterdam

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  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Morzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam, 1999), 97-98.

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Pieter Doensen

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Pieter Doensen was a sail and compass maker in Vlissingen, at the end of the eighteenth, early nineteenth century. An azimuth and bearing compass by him has been preserved.

Collection: Planetarium Zuylenburgh, Oud Zuilen.

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Andries Arbon

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Rotterdam, Netherlands 23-10-1755 - N/A

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Arbon was a retailer of navigating instruments in Rotterdam around 1800. After the marriage of his daughter Helena Geertruijda Arbon with Adrianus Hubertus Krap in 1818, he associated with this son-in-law into the firm 'Arbon & Krap'. The firm of Arbon & Krap retailed charts and navigating instruments. Two preserved octants with their name were probably imported. His son Johannes George Arbon (1786-1857) was a navigation teacher in Rotterdam. .

Collections: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, Maritiem Museum, Rotterdam.

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  • Retailer of navigating instruments 1800~ - 1825~, Rotterdam

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  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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Johannis Maarten Filbri

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 1848 - [1905..]

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Scientific instrument maker in Delft. Son of the Delft instrument maker Gerard Bernhard Hendrik Filbri (1811- 1883), who mostly worked for the Delft company of P.J. Kipp & Zonen. In 1875 he married Maria Willemina van der Burgh from Delft. In 1880 he continued his father's workshop. At least the Delft Adresboekjes of 1881-1898 mentions 'J.M. Filbri, instrumentmaker' at the the old address: Oosteinde 15. His mother is also mentioned here, as the widow of G.B.H. Filbri.

Collections: none

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  • Delft 1848 - [1905..]

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  • scientific instrument maker 1875 - [1905..], Delft

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Joseph Tessa

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Maker and retailer of all sorts of meteorological and other scientific instruments. In 1766 he lived in Haarlem, in the 'Kleine Houtstraat', in "de Stad Jerusalem". That year he claimed to have invented a new type of 'controleur'. In 1773 he succeeded his relative Dominus Tessa. His workshop was in Leiden, at the Maarsemansteeg, in the house called 'Milano'.
In 1779 he moved to Rotterdam, where he joined the firm of Reballio, carrying the name "Reballio, Tessa & Comp." Tessa's former apprentice Franciscus Boggia continued the workshop in Leiden.

Residence

  • Leiden 1773~ - 1778
  • Haarlem 1766 - 1772

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  • Maker and retailer of all sorts of meteorological and other scientific instruments 1773 - 1778, Leiden
  • Maker and retailer of all sorts of meteorological and other scientific instruments 1779, Rotterdam
  • Maker and retailer of all sorts of meteorological and other scientific instruments 1766 - 1772, Haarlem

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  • Advertisement in Leydse Courant, 12 February 1773; 11 Januart 1779; 22 January 1781; 18 April 1781.
  • Notariële archieven, Leiden, 1773, folio 034
  • Advertisement in Oprechte Haerlemsche Courant, 10 July 1766

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Engel Antonio Reballio

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  • Reballio, Ange Antoine

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Reballio was a nautical instrument maker and optician in Rotterdam. He was a bother of Anthonio. In 1782 the firm Reballio & Comp comprised Antonio Reballio, Joseph Tessa, C. Primavesi & Engel Antonio Reballio. (Advertisement Hollandsche historische courant, 18-06-1782).

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  • meteorological instrument maker 1780~, Rotterdam

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Investigations on the subject of disinfection

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 11 (1909), 668-674

Authors

Eykman, C.

Keywords

Microbiology

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On the changes in the blood serum of sharks after bleeding

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 377-380

Authors

Buytendijk, F.J.J.

Keywords

Physiology

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On the constitution of the urine of sharks with normal and increased diuresis

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 380-383

Authors

Buytendijk, F.J.J.

Keywords

Physiology

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Note on the sinking of the level of the ground in recent years

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 463-467

Authors

Bruyn, H.E. de

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On the age of Salmon to be Derived from the Structure of the Scales

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 485-502

Authors

Hoek, P.P.C.

Keywords

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Uven, M.J. van

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Bolk, L.

Keywords

Anatomy

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Sap-raising forces in living wood

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 563-573

Authors

Reinders, E.

Keywords

Botany

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The thermomagnetic properties of elements

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 596-602

Authors

Bois, H.E.J.G. du, Honda, K.

Keywords

Physics

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Some remarks on Prof. Kohnstamm's reply

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 617-619

Authors

Laar, J.J. van

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Physics

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Beth, H.J.E.

Keywords

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On continuous vector distributions on surfaces. (2nd communication)

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 12 (1910), 716-734

Authors

Brouwer, L.E.J.

Keywords

Mathematics

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Reduction of aromatic nitro-compounds by sodium disulphide

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 11 (1909), 42-43

Authors

Blanksma, J.J.

Keywords

Chemistry

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Authors

Boeke, J.

Keywords

Physiology

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About difference quotients and differential quotients

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 11 (1909), 59-66

Authors

Brouwer, L.E.J.

Keywords

Mathematics

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On the development of the Corpus callosum in the human Brain

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 10 (1907), 344-347

Authors

Langelaan, J.W.

Keywords

Anatomy

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Authors

Boeke, J., Groot, G.J. de

Keywords

Zoology

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ß Lyrae as a double star

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 10 (1908), 459-484

Authors

Stein S.J., J.

Keywords

Astronomy

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On five pairs of four-dimensional cells derived from one and the same source

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 10 (1908), 499-503

Authors

Boole Stott, A., Schoute, P.H.

Keywords

Mathematics

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On the constitution of VAN GEUNS's oxymethyldinitro-benzonitrile

Referentie: Proceedings, volume 10 (1908), 509-511

Authors

Blanksma, J.J.

Keywords

Chemistry

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