[ley-nahrt; English ley-nahrd]
- Phi·lipp [fee-lip] /ˈfi lɪp/, 1862–1947, German physicist, born in Austria-Hungary: Nobel Prize 1905.
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“The volume of gasoline sales peaked in 2007,” Lenard notes.Farewell to the Gas Station: The Demise of a Car-Culture Icon
May 5, 2013
For convenience these rays outside the tube have since been known as "Lenard rays."A History of Science, Volume 3(of 5)
Henry Smith Williams
He was following up the work of Lenard, and he one day covered a "Crookes tube" with some black stuff.The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)
J. Arthur Thomson
Lenard found that when pure water falls upon water the neighbouring air takes a negative charge.
In air at atmospheric pressure the Lenard rays spread out very diffusely.