References for James Clerk Maxwell

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  1. C W F Everitt, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830902878.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9108468/James-Clerk-Maxwell

Books:

  1. L Campbell and W Garnett, The life of James Clerk Maxwell (London, 1882).
    (http://www.hrshowcase.com/maxwell/directory.html)
  2. L Campbell and W Garnett, The life of James Clerk Maxwell with selections from his correspondence and occasional writings (London, 1884).
  3. A D D Craik, Mr Hopkins' Men: Cambridge Reform and British Mathematics in the 19th Century (Cambridge 2007)
  4. C W F Everitt, James Clerk Maxwell: Physicist and Natural Philosopher (New York, 1975).
  5. E G Forbes, James Clerk Maxwell (Edinburgh, 1982).
  6. R T Glazebrook, James Clerk Maxwell: Physicist and Modern Physics (London, 1896).
  7. M Goldman, The Demon in the Aether (1983).
  8. P M Harman (ed.), The scientific letters and papers of James Clerk Maxwell Vol. I. 1846-1862 (Cambridge, 1990).
  9. P M Harman (ed.), The scientific letters and papers of James Clerk Maxwell Vol. II. 1862-1873 (Cambridge, 1995).
  10. J Hendry, James Clerk Maxwell and the theory of the electromagnetic field (Bristol, 1986).
  11. W D Niven (ed.), The scientific papers of James Clerk Maxwell (New York, 1952).
  12. R L Smith-Rose, James Clerk Maxwell : A physicist of the nineteenth century (London-New York-Toronto, 1948).
  13. I Tolstoy, James Clerk Maxwell (1981).

Articles:

  1. C Domb, James Clerk-Maxwell: 100 Years Later, Nature 282 (1979), 235-239.
  2. C Domb, James Clerk Maxwell in London: 1860-1865, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 35 (1) (1980/81), 67-103.
  3. A Einstein, Maxwell's influence on the development of the conception of physical reality, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 66-73.
  4. A Ferguson, The Clerk Maxwell centenary celebrations, Nature 128 (1931), 604.
  5. A Fleming, Some memories, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 116-124.
  6. D O Forfar, The origins of the Clerk (Maxwell) genius. Bull. Inst. Math. Appl. 28 (1992), no. 1-2, 4-16.
  7. A T Fuller, James Clerk Maxwell's Cambridge manuscripts : extracts relating to control and stability, V. Internat. J. Control 43 (3) (1986), 805-818.
  8. W Garnett, Maxwell's laboratory, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 109-115.
  9. W Garnett, Obituary notice of James Clerk Maxwell, Nature 21 (1879), 43.
  10. R T Glazebrook, Early days at the Cavendish laboratory, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 130-141.
  11. P M Harman, Edinburgh philosophy and Cambridge physics : the natural philosophy of James Clerk Maxwell, in Wranglers and physicists (Manchester, 1985), 202-224.
  12. P M Harman, Maxwell and Saturn's rings : problems of stability and calculability, in The investigation of difficult things (Cambridge, 1992), 477-502.
  13. B R Hunt and J A Yorke, Maxwell on chaos, Nonlinear Sci. Today 3 (1) (1993), 3-4.
  14. J Jeans, James Clerk Maxwell's method, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 91-108.
  15. H Lamb, Clerk Maxwell as lecturer, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 142-146.
  16. J Larmor, The scientific environment of Clerk Maxwell, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 74-90.
  17. O Lodge, Clerk Maxwell and wireless telegraphy, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 125-129.
  18. James Clerk Maxwell, Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh 10 (1880), 331-339.
  19. A Lichnerowicz, Maxwell and geometrical dynamics, in J C Maxwell, the sesquicentennial symposium (Amsterdam, 1984), 195-209.
  20. J C Maxwell, Quotations from Maxwell, in J C Maxwell, the sesquicentennial symposium (Amsterdam, 1984), 1-9.
  21. M Planck, Maxwell's influence on theoretical physics in Germany, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 45-65.
  22. J Polák, On the 100th anniversary of the death of James Clerk Maxwell (Czech), Pokroky Mat. Fyz. Astronom. 24 (6) (1979), 301-312.
  23. R A Sardaryan, James Clerk Maxwell (on the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of his birth) (Russian), Izv. Akad. Nauk Armyan. SSR Ser. Fiz. 16 (4) (1981), 310-319.
  24. P Theerman, James Clerk Maxwell and religion, Amer. J. Phys. 54 (4) (1986), 312-317.
  25. J J Thomson, James Clerk Maxwell, in James Clerk Maxwell : A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931 (Cambridge, 1931), 1-44.
  26. M Wilkes, Reflections on Maxwell, in J C Maxwell, the sesquicentennial symposium (Amsterdam, 1984), 191-192.

JOC/EFR November 1997

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