Definition of Heinrich rudolph hertz

1. Noun. German physicist who was the first to produce electromagnetic waves artificially (1857-1894).

Exact synonyms: Heinrich Hertz, Hertz
Generic synonyms: Physicist
Derivative terms: Hertzian



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heinrich Rudolph Hertz

Heimlich manoeuvre
Heimlich manuvre
Heimweh
Heine
Heineke
Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty
Heine–Borel theorem
Heinie
Heinies
Heinlein
Heinleinian
Heinrich Boll
Heinrich Engelhard Steinway
Heinrich Hertz
Heinrich Himmler
Heinrich Rudolph Hertz
Heinrich Schliemann
Heinrich Theodor Boll
Heinrich von Kleist
Heinz
Heinz-Ehrlich body
Heinz 57
Heinz body test
Heisenberg
Heisenberg uncertainty principle
Heisenbug
Heisenbugs
Heister's diverticulum
Heister's valve

Literary usage of Heinrich rudolph hertz

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1. Practical physics by Robert Andrews Millikan, Henry Gordon Gale, Willard R. Pyle (1922)
"... of light — a theory which has become the basis of nearly all modern theoretical "work in electricity and optics (see p. 426) heinrich rudolph hertz ..."

2. Second Year College Chemistry by William Henry Chapin (1922)
"83 and 84. t For a good historical account see Rutherford, Radioactive Transformations, Chapter I (1906). t heinrich rudolph hertz (1857~1894), Professor of ..."

3. Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Oberrheins by Kommission für Geschichtliche Landeskunde in Baden-Württemberg, Badische Historische Kommission, Landesarchiv zu Karlsruhe, Grossherzogliches General-Landesarchiv zu Karlsruhe, Oberrheinische Historische Kommission, Badisches General-Landesarchiv (1901)
"Bendt, F. heinrich rudolph hertz 1889 Prof. an d. techn. Hochsch. Karlsruhe]. 19. Jahrh. i. Bildnissen IV, 524—526. Kiffer. ..."

4. Zeitschrift für den physikalischen und chemischen Unterricht... Bergrundet (1895)
"Helmholtz, H. v., heinrich rudolph hertz, 22. Henke, R., Trägheitsmomente ebener Flächen. 267. Henrici, J., Einführung in die induktive Logik, 103. ..."

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