Reference numberJHJ/5/3
TitleOdd sheets of notes, printed matter and handwritten article

leaflet advertising 'Encyclopaedia Britannica', which features Jeans as a 'famous European contributor'.

4pp of rough manuscript notes.

35pp untitled manuscript draft. Written in or after 1925, as it makes reference to an article in 'Nature' that year. Draft discusses dynamical equilibrium, configuration of stars, refers to Jeans' 'Dynamical theory of gases'. Possibly an early draft for one of Jeans' works from 1927 on Liquid Stars.

56pp Manuscript titled: 'Chapter V - Liquid Stars (The General Condition of Liquid Stars)'. A suggested date for this manuscript is 1927: Jeans wrote articles for both 'Nature' and 'Monthly Notes of the Royal Astronomical Society'on the topic of Liquid Stars in that year.

Offprint, Royal Institution lecture,'Astronomical Problems of Today', 26 March 1943.
FormatManuscript and printed documents
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1226Jeans; Sir; James Hopwood (1877 - 1946); physicist and mathematician1877 - 1946
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