Author:Richard Chace Tolman
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|American mathematical physicist and physical chemist who was an authority on statistical mechanics. He also made important contributions to special relativity, and theoretical cosmology in the years soon after Einstein's discovery of general relativity. He was a professor of physical chemistry and mathematical physics at the California Institute|
- The Principle of Relativity, and Non-Newtonian Mechanics (with Gilbert Newton Lewis, 1909)
- The Second Postulate of Relativity (1910)
- Note on the Derivation from the Principle of Relativity of the Fifth Fundamental Equation of the Maxwell-Lorentz Theory (1910)
- Non-Newtonian Mechanics. The Direction of Force and Acceleration (1911)
- Non-Newtonian Mechanics. The Mass of a Moving Body (1911)
- Non-Newtonian Mechanics. Some Transformation Equations (1912)
- Some Emission Theories of Light (1912)
- The Theory of Relativity of Motion (1917)
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