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Die magnetische Drehung der Polarisationsebene des Lichtes - Versuch einer mathematischen Theorie.
Halle: Verlag der Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses, 1863. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo (212 x 138 mm). viii, 82 pp. Bound in contemporary half cloth, spine with old paper label titled in script (little wear to extremities). Text little age-toned, otherwise clean and unmarked. ----D.S.B. II, p.25. FIRST EDITION, rare. Neumann (1832-1925) "was especially prominent in the field of potential theory. His investigations into boundary value problems resulted in pioneering achievements; in 1870 he began to develop the method of the arithmetical mean for their solution. He also coined the term "logarithmic potential." The second boundary value problem of potential theory still bears his name; a generalization of it was later provided by H. Poincaré" (D.S.B.). This work, the mathematical study of the magnetical rotation of the polarization axis, is based on Neumann's habilitation paper of 1858. Very Good.
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