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Maxwell, James Clerk, 1831-1879 (19)

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Physicist (mathematical physics, electricity, and magnetism) and mathematician. Chair, natural philosophy, Marischal College, Aberdeen, Scotland (1856-1860); professor of physics and astronomy, King's College, London (1860-1865); and professor of experimental physics, Cambridge University (1871-1879). Physicist (mathematical physics, electricity, and magnetism) and mathematician. Chair, natural philosophy, Marischal College, Aberdeen, Scotland (1856-1860); prof...

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Clerk-Maxwell, James, 1831-1879. (2)

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English physicist.

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Maxwell, James Clerk (1)

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Epithet: scientist

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James Clerk Maxwell (1)

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) was born in Edinburgh. In 1841 he became a pupil at the Edinburgh Academy and in 1847 entered the University of Edinburgh, attending lectures on mathematics, natural philosophy, chemistry, and mental philosophy. In October 1850 he became an undergraduate of Peterhouse, Cambridge, transferring to Trinity College in December of that year. He graduated in 1854 and in 1855 was elected a fellow of Trinity. During the next year he was appointed professor...

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James Clerk Maxwell (1)

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) was born in Edinburgh. In 1841 he became a pupil at the Edinburgh Academy and in 1847 entered the University of Edinburgh, attending lectures on mathematics, natural philosophy, chemistry, and mental philosophy. In October 1850 he became an undergraduate of Peterhouse, Cambridge, transferring to Trinity College in December of that year. He graduated in 1854 and in 1855 was elected a fellow of Trinity. During the next year he was appointed professor...

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James Clerk Maxwell (1)

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) was born in Edinburgh. He attended the Edinburgh Academy from 1841, and entered the University of Edinburgh in 1847. In 1850 he joined Peterhouse, Cambridge, but transferred to Trinity College in December of that year. He graduated in 1854, and became a fellow in 1855. In 1856 he was appointed professor of natural philosophy in Marischal College, Aberdeen, and in 1858 married Katherine Mary Dewar, the daughter of the principal. In 1860 he became pr...

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Clerk-Maxwell, James, physicist (1)

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Epithet: physicist

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Garnett, James Clerk Maxwell, active 1923-1945, CBE, Sec League of Nations Union (3)

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Epithet: CBE, Sec League of Nations Union

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Garnett, J. C. Maxwell (James Clerk Maxwell) (1)

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Maxwell James Clerk 1831-79 (1)

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