Acad., Paris, 1746).
Of the Munich Acad.(1875); Sachau, ZDMG.
Acad., 1848) gave him a wider fame; he became in 1849 consulting astronomer to the American Nautical Almanac, and for this work prepared new tables of the moon (1852).
However, he lost the battle that ensued, and the ' Comp. Sachau, "Zur Geschichte and Chronologie von Khwarizm," in Sitzungsberichte of the Vienna Acad., lxxiv.
Irish Acad., 1848, 4, P. 57.
Of Munich Acad., May 3, 1902, pp. 195-285 (1903).
Acad., June 1898) on the temperature distribution in the case of long bars with a view to measuring the Thomson effect.
(b) The method of Kohlrausch, as carried out by Jaeger and Dieselhorst (Berlin Acad., July 1899), consists in observing the difference of temperature between the centre and the ends of the bar by means of insulated thermo-couples.
Irish Acad., 18 39, I, 334).
Acad., 1878, xiii.
Acad., 1906, p. 587) obtained carbon monoxide and dioxide, hydrogen and nitrogen and small quantities of oxygen from Weardale specimens by heating.
Acad., 1894; C. F.
Acad., June 1898), who applied it most successfully to the case of copper.