Mathematical papers of the late George Green ... by Green, George

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  • Physics,
  • Potential theory (Mathematics),
  • Physical optics,
  • Wave-motion, Theory of

Edition Notes

The first paper was published by subscrption at Nottingham in 1828; the last one was published in the Transactions of the Royal society of Edinburgh, 1836; the others are from the Transactions of the Cambridge philosohical society, 1833-39.

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StatementEd. By N. M. Ferrers.
ContributionsFerrers, N. M. 1829-1903, ed.
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LC ClassificationsQC3 .G8
The Physical Object
Paginationx, [2], 336 p.
Number of Pages336
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Open LibraryOL6962308M
LC Control Number05036552
OCLC/WorldCa4085274

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