Hermann von Helmholtz
Hermann von Helmholtz

Hermann von Helmholtz

Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894), the physicist

person, doctor, academic, scientist, inventor, physicist, award winner, Virgo person

Legal name, Full name
"Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz"
1821, August 1821, August 31st 1821, Germany, Europe,  …
1894, September 1894, September 8th 1894, Germany, Europe,  …
doctor, physicist
Wikipedia Page
Germany, Potsdam
Researcher of
Last Name
"von Helmholtz"
First Name
Steinway & Sons, University of Heidelberg, Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Bonn
Doctoral Students
Albert Abraham Michelson, Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, Eugene Goldstein, Wilhelm Wien, Arthur Gordon Webster
Doctoral Advisor
Johannes Peter Müller
Age at Death
73 years, 0 months and 8 days old
person, doctor, scientist, physicist, Virgo person,  …
die (1894)
Influence of
William James, Max Planck, Wilhelm Wundt, James Prescott Joule, Johann Gottlieb Fichte,  …
Wilhelm Wundt, Heinrich Rudolf Hertz
Born During
January 1st 1820, 00:00 - December 31st 1829, 23:59
Died During
January 1st 1890, 00:00 - December 31st 1899, 23:59
Freebase ID
Wilhelm Wundt, James Prescott Joule, Johann Gottlieb Fichte
Related Websites
http://vlp.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/people/data?id=per87, http://www.archive.org/details/popularlectureso00helmrich, http://www.archive.org/details/popularlectureso00helmuoft, http://www.psych.upenn.edu/backuslab/helmholtz/index.html, http://books.google.com/books?id=x_A5AAAAIAAJ&pg=PR3&dq=helmholtz&output=html,  …
the 31st of August
"You all know how powerful and varied are the effects of which steam engines are capable; with them has really begun the great development of industry which has characterised our century before all others."; "Windmills, which are used in the great plains of Holland and North Germany to supply the want of falling water, afford another instance of the action of velocity. The sails are driven by air in motion - by wind."; "The older view of the nature of heat was that it is a substance, very fine and imponderable indeed, but indestructible, and unchangeable in quantity, which is an essential fundamental property of all matter."; "The law in question asserts, that the quantity of force which can be brought into action in the whole of Nature is unchangeable, and can neither be increased nor diminished."; "Reason we call that faculty innate in us of discovering laws and applying them with thought.";  …
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