A study of Henri Poincaré's “Sur la Dynamique de l'Électron”

  title={A study of Henri Poincar{\'e}'s “Sur la Dynamique de l'{\'E}lectron”},
  author={Arthur I. Miller},
  journal={Archive for History of Exact Sciences},
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Einstein, Poincaré and the Origins of Special Relativity
Going back over 60 years now, there has been extensive discussion of whether Poincare (and Lorentz) deserve credit for discovering special relativity. Two papers by Poincare translated in this book
Contributions of Abraham, Lorentz and Poincaré to Classical Theory of Electrons
Max Abraham, Hendrik Lorentz and Henri Poincare developed theories of electrons in the years following the discovery of electrons in cathode rays and in a component of the radiation from radioactive
Poincaré as a Physicist
Henri Poincare’s reputation as a mathematician is exceptional. What can we tell about his work in physics from the articles translated in Part I of this book? Here I identify some things that