Jean Baptiste Perrin

Jean Baptiste Perrin (30 September 1870 – 17 April 1942) was a French physicist who, in his studies of the Brownian motion of minute particles suspended in liquids (sedimentation equilibrium), verified Albert Einstein's explanation of this phenomenon and thereby confirmed the atomic nature of matter. For this achievement he was honoured with the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1926. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1767
chez P. Vaillant, dans le Strand. C. Bathurst, No. 26, dans Fleet-Street. B. Law, No. 13, dans Ave-Maria-Lane. J. Robson, dans New Bond-Street

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1794
Printed for William Young, Mathew Carey, Henry and Patrick Rice, Thomas Dobson, and Joseph Crukshank

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1768
printed for B. Law, No. 13, in Ave-Mary-Lane, Ludgate-Street

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1786
chez B. Law, Libraire, dans Ave Mary Lane; J. Robson, New Bond Street; T. Cadell, & P. Elmsly, dans le Strand

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1791
Printed for B. Law, No. 13, in Ave Mary Land, Ludgate Street

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1793
Printed for B. Law and Son, No. 13. in Ave-Mary-Lane, Ludgate-Street

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by Perrin, Jean Baptiste
Published 1783
Printed for William and Henry Whitestone, No. 29, Capel-Street