References for John William Strutt

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  1. T J Trenn, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/John_William_Strutt_Third_Baron_Rayleigh.aspx
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9062821/John-William-Strutt-3rd-Baron-Rayleigh

Books:

  1. E A Ash and E G S Paige (eds.), Rayleigh-wave theory and application, London, July 15-17, 1985 (Berlin, 1985)
  2. R B Lindsay, Lord Rayleigh, the Man and His Works (Oxford-London, 1970).
  3. R J Strutt, Life of John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh (augmented ed., 1968).

Articles:

  1. N H de V Heathcote, John William Strutt, Baron Rayleigh, Nobel prize winners in physics, 1901-1950 (New York, 1953), 27-33.
  2. J N Howard, Some sketches of Rayleigh, in Rayleigh-wave theory and application, London, July 15-17, 1985 (Berlin, 1985), 2-9.
  3. A T Humphrey, Lord Rayleigh - the last of the great Victorian polymaths, GEC review 7 (1992), 167-179.
  4. A T Humphrey, Lord Rayleigh- the last of the great Victorian polymaths, Bull. Inst. Math. Appl. 31 (7-8) (1995), 113-120.
  5. I K Rakhimova, John William (Strutt) Rayleigh - initiator of the contemporary mathematical theory of vibrations (Russian), in Sketches on the history of mathematical physics 'Naukova Dumka' (Kiev, 1985), 141-147.
  6. N Rott, Lord Rayleigh and hydrodynamic similarity, Phys. Fluids A 4 (12) (1992), 2595-2600.

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