The most famous theory of the action of the inner ear is the "piano theory" of Helmholtz.
Mayer first, and Helmholtz and Thomson afterwards, have calculated its amount.
Helmholtz offers the explanation that the vivid colours are the result of the brighter sunlight of the heights.
Each Helmholtz of the future will give rise to a thousand Edisons.
A Helmholtz resonator has its wide opening turned toward this box, its narrow opening toward the mill.
When, a moment after, he glanced at her, she seemed to be reading Helmholtz.
The theory which seems to have received most acceptance is that put forward by Helmholtz in 1854.
The necessary addition here indicated was made by Helmholtz.
Helmholtz takes the case of a circuit of resistance R in which acts an electromotive force due to a battery or thermopile.
The fortunes of Helmholtz's theory of Corti's fibres have been somewhat similar.