Collected Papers in Physics and Engineering

@article{PerkyCollectedPI,
  title={Collected Papers in Physics and Engineering},
  author={John Perky},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={90},
  pages={563-565}
}
WHEN Sir Joseph Larmor edited the scientific papers of Lord Kelvin and Prof. Fitzgerald he did work which nobody else could have done so perfectly; his time, however valuable, was spent to advantage. The editing of these papers of Lord Kelvin's brother might have been undertaken by many others, but now that the excellent result is before us we cannot regret it, and we must confess that we did not expect to find in the editor such a perfect sympathy with James Thomson's methods of study. He… 
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