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  1. On a mode of measuring the astigmatism of a defective eye. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 10(1849).
  2. On the change of refrangibility of light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)463 (1852) and 385 (1853). A digest of his paper is also to be found in the report of the Royal Society of London meeting of May27, 1852, in Phil. Mag. [4] 4, 388 (1852).
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  5. On the long spectrum of electric light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)599 (1862).
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  7. Notice of the researches of the late Rev. William Vernon Harcourt, on the conditions of transparency in glass, and the connection between the chemical constitution and optical properties of different glasses. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 38 (1871).
  8. On the effect of internal friction of fluids on the motion of pendulums. Phil. Mag. [4] 1, 337 (1851).
  9. An intimate and interesting memoir of Stokes by Humphry is included in Memoir and Scientific Correspondence of the late Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Bart. (Selected and arranged by Joseph Larmor. 2 Vols. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1907), Vol. 1, pp. 1โ€“49.

1871 (1)

Notice of the researches of the late Rev. William Vernon Harcourt, on the conditions of transparency in glass, and the connection between the chemical constitution and optical properties of different glasses. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 38 (1871).

1864 (1)

On the application of the optical properties of bodies to the detection and discrimination of organic substances,J. Chem. Soc. 2, 304 (1864).

1862 (1)

On the long spectrum of electric light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)599 (1862).

1860 (1)

Note on the simultaneous emission and absorption of rays of the same definite refrangibility discovered by M. Foucault, and re-discovered and extended byM. Kirchhoff. Phil. Mag. [4] 19, 196 (1860).

1855 (1)

On the achromatization of a double object-glass. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 14 (1855).

1852 (1)

On the change of refrangibility of light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)463 (1852) and 385 (1853). A digest of his paper is also to be found in the report of the Royal Society of London meeting of May27, 1852, in Phil. Mag. [4] 4, 388 (1852).

1851 (1)

On the effect of internal friction of fluids on the motion of pendulums. Phil. Mag. [4] 1, 337 (1851).

1849 (1)

On a mode of measuring the astigmatism of a defective eye. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 10(1849).

Humphry,

An intimate and interesting memoir of Stokes by Humphry is included in Memoir and Scientific Correspondence of the late Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Bart. (Selected and arranged by Joseph Larmor. 2 Vols. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1907), Vol. 1, pp. 1โ€“49.

Kirchhoff, M.

Note on the simultaneous emission and absorption of rays of the same definite refrangibility discovered by M. Foucault, and re-discovered and extended byM. Kirchhoff. Phil. Mag. [4] 19, 196 (1860).

Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. (1)

On a mode of measuring the astigmatism of a defective eye. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 10(1849).

Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. (2)

On the achromatization of a double object-glass. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 14 (1855).

Notice of the researches of the late Rev. William Vernon Harcourt, on the conditions of transparency in glass, and the connection between the chemical constitution and optical properties of different glasses. Brit. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Rept. 38 (1871).

J. Chem. Soc. (1)

On the application of the optical properties of bodies to the detection and discrimination of organic substances,J. Chem. Soc. 2, 304 (1864).

Phil. Mag. [4] (1)

On the effect of internal friction of fluids on the motion of pendulums. Phil. Mag. [4] 1, 337 (1851).

Phil. Mag. [4] (1)

Note on the simultaneous emission and absorption of rays of the same definite refrangibility discovered by M. Foucault, and re-discovered and extended byM. Kirchhoff. Phil. Mag. [4] 19, 196 (1860).

Trans. Roy. Soc. (London) (2)

On the long spectrum of electric light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)599 (1862).

On the change of refrangibility of light. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London)463 (1852) and 385 (1853). A digest of his paper is also to be found in the report of the Royal Society of London meeting of May27, 1852, in Phil. Mag. [4] 4, 388 (1852).

Other (1)

An intimate and interesting memoir of Stokes by Humphry is included in Memoir and Scientific Correspondence of the late Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Bart. (Selected and arranged by Joseph Larmor. 2 Vols. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1907), Vol. 1, pp. 1โ€“49.

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