Thompson, from Christiaan Huygens
, 'Treatise on Light,' New York, Dover, 1912', 1690.
It was left for Christiaan Huygens
and later Thomas Young to again upset the prevailing culture by demonstrating that light was a wave.
suyun donma noktasindan kaynama noktasina kadar santigrad skalasini bulmustur.
1582 - Italian physicist Galileo discovers that a pendulum could be used to measure time, and produces the first design for a pendulum clock 1656 - Dutch mathematician Christiaan Huygens
builds the first known pendulum clock, although there are problems with its accuracy 1670 - William Clement discovers clocks worked better with a longer pendulum, which required a taller clock; the innovation is called the long-case clock, an early forerunner of the grandfather clock we know today 1875 - Henry Work writes the song My Grandfather's Clock - the name sticks and grandfather clocks are born
This began with the Dutch mathematician and astronomer Christiaan Huygens
, who is credited with its serendipitous discovery in 1665 when he suspended a pair of nearly identical pendulum clocks (which he invented and patented some 8 years earlier) on the same wooden beam," Tsimering added.
En su epistola a Christiaan Huygens
(1629-1695), del 22 de junio de 1694, G.
Shiuan-Huei Lin of the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan indicated at the recent triennial International Symposium of Display Holography, holography is a tree with roots going back to Christiaan Huygens
who, in 1687, proposed his famous wave theory of light.
The rings kept their secret another five decades before yielding to the insights and superior telescopes of Christiaan Huygens
Hooft, or the mathematician and astronomer Christiaan Huygens
will already be familiar with at least a portion of the voluminous correspondence of Christiaan's father, Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687).
Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens
had proposed a model for light diffraction almost a century earlier, but it took the works of Fraunhofer, Thomas Young and Augustin-Jean Fresnel to reveal the importance of the wave model of light.
The last third of the chapter belongs to the history of science and covers Galileo Galilei, Marin Mersenne (who discovered harmonic partials), as well as Robert Hooke and Christiaan Huygens
, who both attempted to determine the frequency cycles of musical pitch.
A contribution to lens making was the "baton," attributed to Christiaan Huygens
, the 17th-century Dutch mathematician.
Why they were not copied out is unclear, but both deal with Hooke's balance-spring watch, over which he and Oldenburg were to fall out in 1675, when Oldenburg sought an English patent for the invention on behalf of Hooke's rival, the Dutch scientist, Christiaan Huygens
, whereas Hooke claimed that the idea had been plagiarized from him.
It was discovered in 1655 Dutch astronomer Christiaan Huygens
, the first satellite in the Solar system discovered after the "Galilean" moons of Jupiter.
Titan's giant raindrops: Saturn's largest moon has been a source of fascination ever since it was discovered on March 25, 1655 by Dutch astronomer Christiaan Huygens
(in whose honour the probe is named).