Author:William Thomson (1824-1907)
For authors with similar names, see Author:William Thomson.
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|1st Baron Kelvin. Irish-Scottish mathematical physicist and engineer and a leader in the physical sciences of the 19th century.|
- "Note on a Passage in Fourier's Heat" - from the Cambridge Mathematical Journal, Volume III, November 1841
- "On the Ultramundane Corpuscles of Le Sage" (From Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc. Vol. vn. 1872, pp. 577-589 [read Dec. 18, 1871]
- "William Thomson's account of his Christian faith" (from the annual meeting of the Christian Evidence Society) (23 May 1889)
- "On the Possible Density of the Luminiferous Medium, and on the Mechanical Value of a Cubic Mile of Sunlight", Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1854), p.57.
Articles in Popular Science Monthly
- "The Available Energy of Nature", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 20, November 1881
- "The Sun's Heat", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 31, May 1887
Works about Thomson
- "Sketch of Sir William Thomson", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 10, January 1877
- “Kelvin, William Thomson, Baron,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- Kelvin, in Biographies of Scientific Men (1912)