électricité

[1954] An Unpublished Letter of Stephen Gray on Electrical Experiments, 1707-1708 ; R. A. Chipman ; ISIS 45 (1954) p. 33 [lien]
[1955] Franklin's Introduction to Electricity ; N. H. de V. Heathcote ; ISIS 46 (1955) p. 29 [lien]
[1956] Some Problems in Relation to the Dates of Benjamin Franklin's First Letters on Electricity ; I. Bernard Cohen ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 100 (1956) p. 537 [lien]
[1961] Franklin and Kinnersley ; J. A. L. Lemay ; ISIS 52 (1961) p. 575 [lien]
[1967] The early meaning of electricity: Some Pseudodoxia Epidemica—I ; Niels H. de V. Heathcote ; Annals of Science 23 (1967) p. 261 [lien]
[1967] Francis Hauksbee's theory of electricity ; Roderick W. Home ; Archive for history of exact sciences 4 (1967) p. 203 [lien]
[1969] An Appraisal of the Origins of Franklin's Electrical Theory ; Bernard S. Finn ; ISIS 60 (1969) p. 362 [lien]
[1971] Maxwell, Hertz, and the Nature of Electricity ; P. M. Heimann ; ISIS 62 (1971) p. 149 [lien]
[1971] Newton's two electricities ; Joan L. Hawes ; Annals of Science 27 (1971) p. 95 [lien]
[1971] Faraday's Theories of Matter and Electricity ; P. M. Heimann ; The British Journal for the History of Science 5 (1971) p. 235 [lien]
[1972] Rowland and the Nature of Electric Currents ; John David Miller ; ISIS 63 (1972) p. 5 [lien]
[1972] Franklin's Electrical Atmospheres ; Roderick W. Home ; The British Journal for the History of Science 6 (1972) p. 131 [lien]
[1972] Aepinus and the British Electricians: The Dissemination of a Scientific Theory ; R. W. Home ; ISIS 63 (1972) p. 190 [lien]
[1973] The electrical theories of M. V. Lomonosov ; Henry M. Leicester ; Annals of Science 30 (1973) p. 299 [lien]
[1976] Robert Symmer and the Two Electricities ; J. L. Heilbron ; ISIS 67 (1976) p. 7 [lien]
[1976] History of Electrical Technology: The State of the Art ; Bernard S. Finn ; ISIS 67 (1976) p. 31 [lien]
[1976] Aepinus, the Tourmaline Crystal, and the Theory of Electricity and Magnetism ; R. W. Home ; ISIS 67 (1976) p. 21 [lien]
[1978] Eighteenth-Century Identifications of Electricity with Phlogiston ; William M. Sudduth ; Ambix 25 (1978) p. 131 [lien]
[1978] The Latin Translation of Benjamin Franklin's Letters on Electricity ; Peter W. van der Pas ; ISIS 69 (1978) p. 82 [lien]
[1979] Electricity, Knowledge, and the Nature of Progress in Priestley's Thought ; John G. McEvoy ; The British Journal for the History of Science 12 (1979) p. 1 [lien]
[1981] Early Electricity between Chemistry and Physics: The Simultaneous Itineraries of Francis Hauksbee, Samuel Wall, and Pierre Polinière ; Gad Freudenthal ; Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 11 (1981) p. 203 [lien]
[1981] Electric Medicine and Mesmerism ; Geoffrey Sutton ; ISIS 72 (1981) p. 375 [lien]
[1983] Poisson's Memoirs on Electricity: Academic Politics and a New Style in Physics ; R. W. Home ; The British Journal for the History of Science 16 (1983) p. 239 [lien]
[1987] Aperçus sur l'histoire de l'électricité et du magnétisme ; Jean Rosmorduc ; BUP 696 (jul 1987) p. 815 [lien]
[1990] Social mobility and scientific change: Stephen Gray's contribution to electrical research ; Michael Ben-Chaim ; The British Journal for the History of Science 23 (1990) p. 3 [lien]
[1991] Riemann and the Theory of Electrical Phenomena: Nobili's Rings ; Thomas Archibald ; Centaurus 34 (1991) p. 247 [lien]
[1993] Currents from the Underworld: Electricity and the Technology of Display in Early Victorian England ; Iwan Rhys Morus ; ISIS 84 (1993) p. 50 [lien]
[1994] Controversy over Voltaic Contact phenomena, 1862–1900 ; Sungook Hong ; Archive for history of exact sciences 47 (1994) p. 233 [lien]
[1994] The Ohm Is Where the Art Is: British Telegraph Engineers and the Development of Electrical Standards ; Bruce J. Hunt ; Osiris2 9 (1994) p. 48 [lien]
[1995] L'idée d'un mystérieux fluide ; Isaac Benguigui ; Cahiers de Science et Vie 26 (1995) p. 24 [lien]
[1999] Science Becomes Electric: Dutch Interaction with the Electrical Machine during the Eighteenth Century ; Lissa Roberts ; ISIS 90 (1999) p. 680 [lien]
[2001] La controverse sur l'électricité animale dans l'Italie du XVIIIe siècle : Galvani, Volta et... d'autres ; Walter Bernardi ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 54 (2001) p. 53 [lien]
[2001] From Nollet to Volta : Lavoisier and electricity ; Marco Beretta ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 54 (2001) p. 29 [lien]
[2001] Forces et molécules : Amedeo Avogadro, l'électricité et l'hypothèse de 1811 ; Marco Ciardi ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 54 (2001) p. 85 [lien]
[2001] Un accès aux sources imprimées de l'histoire de l'électricité et du magnétisme : Le conservatoire numérique du Conservatoire national des arts et métiers ; André Guillerme ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 54 (2001) p. 115 [lien]
[2001] L'électricité dans ses premières grandeurs (1760-1820). Présentation ; André Guillerme ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 54 (2001) p. 5 [lien]
[2002] [Bac to basics] L'électricité ; Eric Bringuier ; La Recherche 358 (nov 2002) p. 91 [lien]
[2006] Revealing sparks: John Wesley and the religious utility of electrical healing ; Paola Bertucci ; The British Journal for the History of Science 39 (2006) p. 341 [lien]
[2012] [Histoire de science] Grandeur et décadence d'un abbé électriseur ; Marie-Christine de la Souchère ; La Recherche 464 (mai 2012) p. 92 [lien]
[2013] The Electrical Imagination: Sound Analogies, Equivalent Circuits, and the Rise of Electroacoustics, 1863–1939 ; Roland Wittje ; Osiris2 28 (2013) p. 40 [lien]
[2014] A collection of homework problems about the application of electricity and magnetism to medicine and biology ; Bradley J. Roth ; Russell K. Hobbie ; American Journal of Physics 82 (mai 2014) p. 422 [lien]