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References

Books
1. Campbell, L. & Garnett, W. (1882) Life of James Clerk Maxwell, London: Macmillan and Co.
2. Forbes, E. G. (1982) James Clerk Maxwell, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh
3. Garber, E., Brush, S. G. & Everitt C. W. F. (ed.) (1986) Maxwell on Molecules and Gases London: The MIT Press
4. Glazenbrook, R. T. (1896) James Clerk Maxwell and Modern Physics, London: Cassell and Company Limited
5. Harman, P. M. (ed.) (1990) The Scientific Letters and Papers of James Clerk Maxwell Vol. I, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
6. Harman, P. M. (ed.) (1995) The Scientific Letters and Papers of James Clerk Maxwell Vol. II, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
7. Harman, P. M. (1998) The Natural Philosophy of James Clerk Maxwell, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
8. Niven, W. D. (ed.) (1965) The Scientific Papers of James Clerk Maxwell, London: Constable and Company, Ltd.
9. Smith-Rose, R. L. (1948) James Clerk Maxwell - A Mathematical Physicist of the Nineteenth Century, London: Longmans, Green and Co.
10. Tolstoy, I. (1981) James Clerk Maxwell, Edinburgh: Canongate

Articles
11. Coulson, C. A. (1963) Interatomic Forces, in Clerk Maxwell and Modern Science, 43-69 London: The Athlone Press
12. Dyson, Prof. F. (1999) Why is Maxwell's Theory so hard to understand, in James Clerk Maxwell Commemorative Booklet, The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
13. Einstein, A. (1931) Maxwell's Influence on the Development of the Conception of Physical Reality, in James Clerk Maxwell: A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931, 66-73 Cambridge: University Press
14. Fleming, A. (1931) Some Memories, in James Clerk Maxwell: A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931, 116-124 Cambridge: University Press
15. Forfar, D (1999) Generations of Genius, in James Clerk Maxwell Commemorative Booklet, The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
16. Hall, D. E. (1999) Maxwell, James Clerk Conduct of Life, in Great Thinkers of the Western World Annual 1999, 391 HarperCollins Publishers
17. Lamb, H (1931) Clerk Maxwell as Lecturer, in James Clerk Maxwell: A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931, 142-146 Cambridge: University Press
18. Moffatt, Prof. K. (1999) Homage to James Clerk Maxwell, in James Clerk Maxwell Commemorative Booklet, The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
19. Peierls, R. E. (1963) Field Theory since Maxwell, in Clerk Maxwell and Modern Science, 26-42 London: The Athlone Press
20. Penrose, Sir R. (1999) Out of a job in Aberdeen, in James Clerk Maxwell Commemorative Booklet, The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
21. Planck, M. (1931) Maxwell's Influence on Theoretical Physics in Germany, in James Clerk Maxwell: A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931, 45-65 Cambridge: University Press
22. Randall, Sir J. (1963) Aspects of the Life and Work of James Clerk Maxwell, in Clerk Maxwell and Modern Science, 1-25 London: The Athlone Press
23. Reid, Dr. J. (1999) Maxwell in Aberdeen, in James Clerk Maxwell Commemorative Booklet, The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
24. Thomson, J. J. (1931) James Clerk Maxwell, in James Clerk Maxwell: A Commemorative Volume 1831-1931, 1-44 Cambridge: University Press

Internet Sites
25. - St Andrews University mathematics department's history of mathematics website
26. - The electromagnetic field & James Clerk Maxwell - Thomas F. Torrance
27. - The Genius of James Clerk Maxwell - The Electromagnetic Field
28. - Encarta encyclopedia website, Maxwell, James Clerk - Colour Vision, Electromagnetic Theory of Light, Kinetic Theory of Gases
29. - Physics World magazine website
30. - Berkeley astronomy website, The Maxwellian Distribution

People
31. Professor David S. Ritchie, Heriot Watt University, trustee of James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
32. Dr J. J. O'Connor, St Andrews University


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Kevin Johnson May 2002