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date: 23 July 2019

Heaviside, Oliver (1850–1925) 

Source:
Who's Who in the Twentieth Century
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 Market House Books Market House Books

British electrical engineer, who proposed the existence of the ionosphere in 1902.The son of an engraver, Heaviside was born partially deaf and consequently received no systematic formal education. He did, however, gain a fairly comprehensive understanding of the science of his day through private study. His first and only regular job, to which he was appointed in ... ...

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