[lood-vikh,, loot-] /ˈlud vɪx,, ˈlut-/ (Show IPA), 1844–1906, Austrian physicist.
Ludwig (ˈluːtvɪç). 1844–1906, Austrian physicist. He established the principle of the equipartition of energy and developed the kinetic theory of gases with J. C. Maxwell
Austrian physicist who developed statistical mechanics, the branch of physics that explains how the properties of atoms (such as mass and structure) determine the visible properties of matter (such as viscosity and heat conduction). Through his investigations of thermodynamics, Boltzmann developed numerous theories about the laws governing atomic motion and energy.
Pharmacology, Veterinary Medicine. a round mass of medicinal material, larger than an ordinary pill. Abbreviation: bol. a soft, roundish mass or lump, especially of chewed food. bole2 . Contemporary Examples Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea, the ‘Sex Superbug,’ Is Not Worse Than AIDS Kent Sepkowitz May 6, 2013 Historical Examples The Origin of Vertebrates Walter Holbrook Gaskell The […]
János [yah-nawsh] /ˈyɑ nɔʃ/ (Show IPA), 1802–60, Hungarian mathematician. Historical Examples The Mystery of Space Robert T. Browne Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 6 Various
the theorem that every bounded set with an infinite number of elements contains at least one accumulation point.
Bernhard [bern-hahrt] /ˈbɛrn hɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1781–1848, Austrian mathematician and theologian. German Bozen. a city in NE Italy. Historical Examples Journal in France in 1845 and 1848 with Letters from Italy in 1847 T. W. (Thomas William) Allies The Princess Passes Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson noun a city in NE Italy, in […]