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In existographies, Edward Armand Guggenheim (1901–1970) (CR:73) was an English physical chemist, physicist, and statistician known, through the publication of his 1933 textbook Modern Thermodynamics by the Methods of Willard Gibbs, as being one of the founders of modern chemical thermodynamics. [1]

In his youth, Guggenheim excelled greatly in mathematics and chemistry; this may explain his attraction towards to exacting work of Gibbs. In circa 1924, Guggenheim came under the tutelage of English physicist Ralph Fowler, who together with they would go on the write the 1938 textbook Statistical Thermodynamics. [2]

See also
Jeans, Donnen, Guggenheim debate

1. (a) Edward Guggenheim – Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
(b) Ott, Bevan J.; Boerio-Goates, Juliana (2000). Chemical Thermodynamics – Principles and Applications. Academic Press.
2. Tompkins, F. C. and Goodeve, Charles F. (1971). “Edward Armand Guggenheim. 1901-1970”, Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 17, Nov., 1971 (Nov., 1971), pp. 303-326.

● Guggenheim, Eduard, A. (1933). Modern Thermodynamics: by the Methods of Willard Gibbs. London: Methuen & Co.
● Guggenheim, Eduard. (1959). Thermodynamics - an Advanced Treatment for Chemists and Physicists, 4th Ed. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co.
Fowler, Ralph and Guggenheim, E. A. (1960). Statistical Thermodynamics. Cambridge University Press.

External links
Edward A. Guggenheim – Wikipedia.

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