The mathematical background of Lomonosov’s contribution

  title={The mathematical background of Lomonosov’s contribution},
  author={S. Kutateladze},
  journal={Journal of Applied and Industrial Mathematics},
  • S. Kutateladze
  • Published 14 April 2011
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Applied and Industrial Mathematics
This is a short overview of the influence of the mathematicians of the Enlightenment on the creative contribution of Mikhaĭlo Lomonosov. 
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