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Wilhelm von Beetz
German physicist

Wilhelm von Beetz

Wilhelm von Beetz
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Intro German physicist
Was Scientist Physicist Educator
From Germany
Field Academia Science
Gender male
Birth 27 March 1822, Berlin, Germany
Death 22 January 1886, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany (aged 63 years)
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Biography

Wilhelm von Beetz (27 March 1822, in Berlin – 22 January 1886, in Munich) was a German physicist, known for his studies of electrical conductivity properties.

He studied physics, chemistry and physiology in Berlin, and after completion of studies, remained in Berlin as an instructor of physics at the Cadet Corps, followed by duties as a teacher at the artillery and engineering school. Afterwards, he was a professor at the universities of Bern (from 1856) and Erlangen (from 1858). In 1868 he became a professor at the Polytechnic in Munich, where in 1874 he was appointed director.

In 1845 he was co-founder of Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. In 1869 he became a member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, and in 1882 was named president of the Internationalen Elektrizitäts-Ausstellung (International Electricity Exposition) in Munich.

Published works

He best known work was Leitfaden der Physik (4th edition, 1872), a textbook of physics that was published over numerous editions. Other noted writings by Beetz include:

  • Ueber Magnetismus (1852) – On magnetism.
  • Ueber den electrochemischen Vorgang an einer Aluminiumanode (1877) – On the electrochemical process of an aluminum anode.
  • Grundzüge der Elektrizitätslehre: zehn Vorlesungen (1878) – Principles of electrical theory.
  • Ueber galvanische Trockenelemente und deren Anwendung zu elektrometrischen und galvanometrischen Messungen (1885) – On galvanic dry cells and their application to electrometric and galvanometric measurements.
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