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Christian Andreas Doppler - bibliography

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Biography

Austrian physicist and mathematician, born november 29, 1803, Salzburg; died March 17, 1853, Venice.

Bibliography

  • Über das farbige licht der Doppelsterne und eininger anderer Gestirne des Himmels.
    Read on May 25, 1842. Abhandlungen der Königlich Böhmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Prague, 1842, 2: 465-482.
  • Arithmetik und Algebra: mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Bedürfnisse des practischen Lebens und der technischen Wissenschaften : nebst einem Anhange von 450 Aufgaben. Prag: C. Doppler, 1844.
  • Beiträge zur fixsternenkunde. Prag, Druck von G. Haase söhne, 1846.
  • Über ein Mittel, die Berechnung der Schallstrahlen experimentell nachzuweisen und numerisch zu bestimmen.
    Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien, 1849, 2: 322-329.

  • Obituary: Anton Schrötter, in Almanach der Kaiserlichen Academie der Wissenschaften, 1854, 4: 112-120.
  • Bernard Placidus Johann Nepomuk Bolzano (1781-1848):
    Christ. Doppler's neueste Leistungen auf dem Gebiete der physikalischen Apparatenlehre, Akustik, Optik und optischen Astronomie.
    Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 1847, 72: 530-555.
  • Julius Schreiner:
    Johann Christian Doppler und das nach ihm benannte Prinzip.
    In: Himmel und Erde, 1896, 8: 260-271.
  • Lennart Brandt, Bertil Römer, Hans Säveland:
    Christian Doppler – mannen bakom nygammal metod. Dopplermätning har förfinat diagnostiken av cerebrovaskulära sjukdomstillstand.
    Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1990, 87 (28): 28-29.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndromet [The Man Behind the Syndrome].
  • Alec Eden:
    Johann Christian Doppler? Or Christian Andreas Doppler?
    Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift, January 29, 1988, 113 (4).158-159.
  • Alec Eden:
    Christian Doppler: Leben und Werk. Salzburg: Landespressebureau, 1988.
  • M. Pasquale, B. Z. Paulshock:
    Christian Doppler (1803–1853): an ingenious theory, an important effect.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, October 1991, 118: 384-386.
  • A. Omerbasic:
    [Physicists in medicine: Johann Christian Doppler.] [Article in Croatian]
    Medicinski arhiv, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovinia, 1999, 53 (1):51-54.
  • A. Roguin:
    Christian Johann Doppler: the man behind the effect. Short communication.
    British Journal of Radiology, 2002, 75: 615-619.
  • D. N. White:
    Johann Christian Doppler and his effect – a brief history.
    Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, Oxford, NY, 1982, 8 (5):583-591.
  • A.Eden:
    The Search for Christian Doppler. Springer-Verlag, Wien, 1992.
  • Peter M. Schuster:
    Moving the Stars - Christian Doppler: His Life, His Works and Principle, and the World After.
    Pöllauberg, Austria: Living Edition, 2005. Translated by Lily Wilmes.
  • Peter M. Schuster:
    Weltbewegend - unbekant. Leben und Werk des Physikers Christian Doppler und die Welt danach. Verlag Living Edition, Pöllauberg 2003.
  • F. Kainberger, S. Leodolter:
    Christian Doppler and the influence of his work on modern medicine.
    Wiener klinische Wochenschrift, February 28, 2004, 116 (4):107-109. Bibliography of Doppler's work in I. Stoll, editor:
  • The Phenomenon of Doppler.
    Prague, Czech Technical University, 1992: 76–80.

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