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Book
**Lydia Patton; Erik Curiel**
(2023)

Working Toward Solutions in Fluid Dynamics and Astrophysics: What the Equations Don’t Say.
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Article
**Raffaella Franci**
(2023)

Il *Tractatus de algebra* di Paolo di Middelburg.
*Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche*
(pp. 29-59).
(/isis/citation/CBB481305635/)

Book
**Giuseppe Pelosi; Stefano Selleri**
(2023)

The Roots of Maxwell's A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field: Scotland and Tuscany, 'twinned by science'.
(/isis/citation/CBB905350616/)

Article
**Bernard R. Goldstein; José Chabás**
(2023)

Continuity and change : the planetary equation tables of John Vimond and Nicolaus Copernicus.
*Physis: Rivista Internazionale di Storia della Scienza*
(pp. 61-84).
(/isis/citation/CBB214379311/)

Article
**Jeffrey I. Seeman**
(2023)

“The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth:” Writing the History of the Woodward-Hoffmann Rules.
*Bulletin for the History of Chemistry*
(pp. 80-94).
(/isis/citation/CBB187386338/)

Article
**Henning Heller**
(2022)

Felix Klein’s projective representations of the groups S6 and A7.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 431-470).
(/isis/citation/CBB746243101/)

Article
**Francesco Di Giacomo**
(2022)

Ancient Analogues of Chemical Equations.
*Bulletin for the History of Chemistry*
(pp. 265-269).
(/isis/citation/CBB745389255/)

Article
**Sean O'Neil**
(2021)

Good Names but Better Symbols: The Establishment of Chemical Notation as a Nomenclatural Corrective at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century.
*Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry*
(pp. 331-364).
(/isis/citation/CBB860790234/)

Article
**Nicolas Michel**
(2021)

Mathematical Selves and the Shaping of Mathematical Modernism: Conflicting Epistemic Ideals in the Emergence of Enumerative Geometry (1864–1893).
*Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences*
(pp. 68-92).
(/isis/citation/CBB361934147/)

Book
**Davide Arecco**
(2021)

Brook Taylor e l'analisi matematica tra XVII e XVIII secolo.
(/isis/citation/CBB087426214/)

Article
**Robin E. Rider**
(2020)

Equations as Unruly Objects.
*Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza*
(pp. 471-505).
(/isis/citation/CBB581466291/)

Article
**Charlotte-V. Pollet**
(2020)

The Procedure of the Section of Pieces of Areas in Li Ye and Yang Hui’s Works: Genealogy of Diagrams and Equations.
*Science in Context*
(pp. 37-63).
(/isis/citation/CBB466865729/)

Article
**Karoliina Pulkkinen**
(2019)

Values and Periodicity: Mendeleev's Reception of the Equations of Mills, Chicherin, and Vincent.
*Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology*
(pp. 405-423).
(/isis/citation/CBB055414260/)

Article
**Aleksandar Nikolić**
(2018)

Karamata Functions and Differential Equations: Achievements from the 20th Century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 277-299).
(/isis/citation/CBB728454472/)

Book
**Robin Wilson**
(2018)

Euler's Pioneering Equation: The Most Beautiful Theorem in Mathematics.
(/isis/citation/CBB497710314/)

Article
**Sara Confalonieri**
(2018)

A Further Analysis of Cardano’s Main Tool in the *De Regula Aliza*: On the Origins of the Splittings.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 303-352).
(/isis/citation/CBB223675356/)

Article
**Sara Confalonieri**
(2018)

An Overview on Cardano's "De Regula Aliza".
*Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche*
(pp. 189-235).
(/isis/citation/CBB917202273/)

Article
**Nicola M. R. Oswald**
(2017)

An Unpublished Paper ‘Über einige durch unendliche Reihen definirte Functionen eines complexen Argumentes’ by Adolf Hurwitz.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 252-279).
(/isis/citation/CBB840007053/)

Article
**Nicola M. R. Oswald**
(2017)

On a Relation Between Modular Functions and Dirichlet Series: Found in the Estate of Adolf Hurwitz.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 345-361).
(/isis/citation/CBB449429999/)

Article
**Jean-Philippe Martinez**
(2016)

The Hartree-Fock method: from self-consistency to correct symmetry.
*Annalen der Physik*
(p. 1600328).
(/isis/citation/CBB845409443/)

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