The first knowledge about existence of electrons brought Wilhelm Hittorf
from Gottingen and William Crook in 1872.
Hay que mencionar tambien los estudios de Jhon Daniell (1790-1845), Johann Hittorf
(1824-191499, Svante Arrhenius (1859-1972), Walter Nerst (1864-1941), Jacobus van't Hoff (1852-1911), quienes supieron interpretar observaciones y sistematizar conceptos conducentes al desarrollo de los modelos sobre los cuales descansa la electroquimica .
They were as follows: 1) Laplace's nebular hypothesis [22, 23], 2) Helmholtz' contraction theory [24, 25], 3) Cagniard de la Tour's discovery of critical phenomena [26, 27] and Andrew's elucidation of critical temperatures [28, 29], 4) Kirchhoff's formulation of his law of thermal emission [30-32], and 5) the discovery of pressure broadening in gases by Plucker, Hittorf, Wullner, Frankland, and Lockyer [33-37].
In 1865, Plucker and Hittorf published their classic paper on the appearance of gaseous spectra .
The building is the work of Jacques Hittorf
, the great architect who designed the Place de la Concorde in Paris.
Cuando el arquitecto Hittorf
le presento sus planos para el nuevo boulevard, Haussmann se los del volvio diciendo: "No es suficientemente ancho.
Courbet also claimed to have asked Hittorf
, the architect of the Gare du Nord in Paris, to give artists the mission of depicting the story of the French departments.
i] is the diffusion coefficient in the polymer matrix in the Hittorf frame of reference.
In the case of diffusion of a binary mixture in a polymer membrane, the following equations can be derived from Eq 2 if the Hittorf frame of reference is also used:
Christine Boyer investigates how a panoramic city was envisioned and constructed in Paris from Perreymonde's mid-nineteenth century urban plans, through Hittorf
and Haussmann to the modernist city of Le Corbusier (The City of Collective Memory -- Its Historical Imagery and Architectural Entertainments, Cambridge Massachusetts, London England: MIT Press, 1994).
Eiffel later became one of the three designers who reshaped the face of Paris in the 19th century; the other two were engineer Jacques Hittorf
and city planner Eugene Haussman.