Article ID: CBB001510200

Reşit Süreyya Gürsey'e göre Marcelin Berthelot (2013)


Etker, Şeref (Author)

Osmanli Bilimi Arastirmalari: Studies in Ottoman Science
Volume: 15, no. 1
Issue: 1

Publication Date: 2013
Edition Details: Translated title: [Reşit Süreyya Gürsey, comments on Marcelin Berthelot in 1927]
Language: Turkish

Re it Gürsey, M.D. (1889-1962) was a military physician who developed an interest in basic science during his radiology training in the 1920's, and attended courses given by M. Curie ve P. Langevin in Paris, and later by E. Rutherford ve J. J. Thomson in Cambridge. He was the physics teacher of the Kuleli Military Academy in Istanbul when he published a critique of Marcelin Berthelot's (1827-1907) work on the occasion of his centenary in 1927. In an academic climate of eulogy, Dr. Gürsey's article stands out as a singular and objective essay.

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Authors & Contributors
Wallenborn, Grégoire
Marage, Pierre
Hughes, Jeff
Kragh, Helge S.
Etker, Şeref
Günergun, Feza
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Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
European Physical Journal H
Osmanli Bilimi Arastirmalari: Studies in Ottoman Science
Rittenhouse: Journal of the American Scientific Instrument Enterprise
Uppsala University, Office for the History of Science
Atomic, nuclear, and particle physics
Quantum mechanics
Atomic structure
Rutherford, Ernest, 1st Baron
Thomson, Joseph John
Berthelot, Marcelin Pierre Eugène
Langevin, Paul
Bohr, Niels Henrik David
Solvay, Ernest
Time Periods
20th century, early
19th century
20th century
Great Britain
Istanbul (Turkey)
McGill University
Cavendish Laboratory
Cambridge University
Royal Society of London
Istanbul Universitesi
International Research Council

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