Heinrich Hertz's laboratory notes of 1887

@article{Hertz1995HeinrichHL,
  title={Heinrich Hertz's laboratory notes of 1887},
  author={Heinrich Hertz and Manuel Garc{\'i}a Doncel},
  journal={Archive for History of Exact Sciences},
  year={1995},
  volume={49},
  pages={197-270}
}
L'A. publie les notes scientifiques de H. Hertz qui fit, en 1887, la decouverte des ondes electromagnetiques 

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