The 1931 two-volume collected works of Willard Gibbs, entitled The Collected Works of J. Willard Gibbs, Two Volumes, published by Longmans, Green and Co., the same set, supposedly, financed by Gibbs student Irving Fisher. [1] |

After Gibbs' reaction end (death) in 1902, Gibbs student Irving Fisher financed the publication of his

Hastings list

The following is a listing of Gibbs collected found in the National Academy of Sciences biography done by American physicist

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1873). "Graphical methods in the thermodynamics of fluids".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1873). "A method of geometrical representation of the thermodynamic properties of substances by means of surfaces".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1874-1878). "On the equilibrium of heterogeneous substances".

● Gibbs, Willard. (1878). “On the Equilibrium of Heterogeneous Substances: Abstract by the Author”,

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1879). "On the fundamental formulae of dynamics".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1879). "On the vapor-densities of peroxide of nitrogen, formic acid, acetic acid, and perchloride of phosphorus".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1882). "Notes on the electromagnetic theory of light. I. On double refraction and the dispersion of colors in perfectly transparent media".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1882). "Notes on the electromagnetic theory of light. II. On double refraction in perfectly transparent media which exhibit the phenomena of circular polarization".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1883). "Notes on the electromagnetic theory of light. III. On the general equations of monochromatic light in media of every degree of transparency".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1883). "On an alleged exception to the second law of thermodynamics".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1886). "Velocity of light in air and refracting media".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1886). "On the velocity of light as determined by Foucault's revolving mirror".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1887). "Vice-president's address before the section of mathematics and astronomy of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Multiple algebra".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1887). "Electro-chemical thermodynamics".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1888). "A comparison of the elastic and electrical theories of light, with respect to the law of double refraction and the dispersion of colors".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1889). "Electro-chemical thermodynamics".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1889). "A comparison of the electrical theory of light with Sir William Thomson's theory of a quasi-labile ether".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1889). "On the determination of elliptic orbits from three complete observations".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1889). "Rudolph Julius Emanuel Clausius".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1891). "On the role of quaternions in the algebra of vectors".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1891). "Quaternions and the Ausdehnungslehre".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1893). "Quaternions and the algebra of vectors".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1893). "Quaternions and vector analysis".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1896). "Velocity of propagation of electrostatic force".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1897). "Semi-permeable films and osmotic pressure".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1897). "Hubert Anson Newton".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1898). "Fourier's series".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1899). "Fourier's series".

● Gibbs, J. Willard. (1902).

References

1. Fisher, George W. (2005). “Foreword”,

2. (a) Hastings, Charles S. (1909). “Josiah Willard Gibbs”,

(b) Uhler, Horace S. (1938). “Biographical Memoir of Charles Sheldon Hastings 1848-1932” (pdf),

External links

● Publications – Talk:Josiah Willard Gibbs, Wikipedia.