Philosophical Magazine

The Philosophical Magazine is one of the oldest scientific journals published in English. It was established by Alexander Tilloch in 1798; in 1822 Richard Taylor became joint editor and it has been published continuously by Taylor & Francis ever since. The Philosophical Magazine was the journal of choice for such luminaries as Michael Faraday, James Prescott Joule, James Clerk Maxwell, Joseph Thomson, John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh and Ernest Rutherford.

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John T. Graves - Mathematical Work
... in researches on the exponential function and the complex logarithm they were printed in the Philosophical Transactions for 1829 under the title ‘An Attempt to Rectify the ... in a prefatory letter to a communication to the Philosophical Magazine for December 1844 are acknowledgments of his indebtedness to Graves for stimulus and ... i j k, and conforming to ‘the law of the modulus.’ Graves contributed also to the Philosophical Magazine for April 1836 a paper ‘On the lately ...
Philosophical Magazine - Series
... Over its 200-year history, Philosophical Magazine has occasionally restarted its volume numbers at 1, designating a new 'series" each time ... The journal's series are as follows Philosophical Magazine, Series 1 (1798–1826), volumes 1 through 68 Philosophical Magazine, Series 2 (1827–1832), volumes 1 ...

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