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Walther Nernst

  • René Schils
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Abstract

Walther Nernst is one of the founders of physical chemistry. His name is immortalized in the Nernst equation, and the third law of thermodynamics earned him the Nobel Prize for chemistry. Together with Siemens and Bechstein, he also developed an electric grand piano.

Keywords

Carbon Filament Ceramic Element Grand Piano Jesuit Priest Small Hammer 
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References

  1. Fritz Wilhelm Winckel, 1931. ‘Das Radio-Klavier von Bechstein-Siemens-Nernst, Klangfarben auf Bestellung’. Die Umschau, Illustrierte Wochenschrift über die Fortschritte in Wissenschaft und Technik 35 (42), 840–843.Google Scholar
  2. Geertruida Luiberta de Haas-Lorentz, 1935. ‘Electrische Muziek’. Natuur & Techniek 1935 (2), 22–25.Google Scholar
  3. Curtis Roads, 1996. ‘Early Electronic Music Instruments: Time Line 1899-1950’. Computer Music Journal 20 (3), 20–23.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Hans-Georg Bartels et al., 2007. Walther Nernst, Pioneer of Physics and of Chemistry. World Scientific Publishing, 394 pp.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.HeerdeThe Netherlands

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