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1905 In Science

            List of years in science       (table)
... 1895 . 1896 . 1897 . 1898 . 1899 . 1900 . 1901 ...
1902 1903 1904 -1905- 1906 1907 1908
... 1909 . 1910 . 1911 . 1912 . 1913 . 1914 . 1915 ...
Art . Archaeology . Architecture . Literature . Music . Philosophy . Science +...

The year 1905 in science and technology involved some significant events, particularly in physics, listed below.

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Mathematics

Paleontology

Physics

Physiology and medicine

Psychology

Technology

Awards

Births

Deaths

References

  1. ^ Umov, N. (1905). "Chromatische depolarisation durch Lichtzerstreuung". Physikalische Zeitschrift 6: 674–676. 
  2. ^ "Optima and Limiting Factors". Annals of Botany.
  3. ^ a b "125 Years of Linde: A Chronicle".  
  4. ^ Ritchie, J. Murdoch; Greene, Nicholas M. (1990). "Local Anesthetics". In Gilman, Alfred Goodman; Rall, Theodore W.; Nies, Alan S.; Taylor, Palmer. Goodman and Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics (8th ed.). New York: Pergamon Press. p. 311.  
  5. ^ Booth, Jeremy (1977). "A short history of blood pressure measurement". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 70 (11): 793–9.  
  6. ^ Busch, R. (1990). "On the history of cystic fibrosis". Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Medica (Praha) 36 (1–4): 13–5.  
  7. ^ L'Année Psychologique.
  8. ^ Graves, Clifford L. (May 1965). "Velocio, Grand Seigneur". The Best of Bicycling. Retrieved 2012-05-24. 
  9. ^ Nahin, Paul. The Science of Radio. p. 91.  
  10. ^ Clarke, Mike (2009-01-05). "A Brief History of Movable Bridges". Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
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