Bulgakov, Nikolai Aleksandrovich( physicist)
Comments for Bulgakov, Nikolai Aleksandrovich
Biography Bulgakov, Nikolai Aleksandrovich
Born in 1867, graduated from St. Petersburg University in 1889. In 1895, Mr.. - Master, in 1904. - Doctor of Physics from 1893 - 1901's - the teacher of the St. Petersburg Theological Seminary, in 1899 - 1903 years - female instructor teaching courses in 1898. - Lecturer Institute of Technology in 1897. - Assistant Professor of St. Petersburg University, from 1901. - Professor of women's higher rates. 1911. In addition to master's and doctoral thesis ( "On the propagation of electrical vibrations along the wire" and "Solution of the magnetization of the ring"), wrote several works on electrification and the electric capacity of the ring, the dipole A.S. Popov, "Theory of a flat condenser (" Journal of Physical Society, 1898, 1902, 1904) and "On the magnetization of an ellipsoid and elliptic layer" ( "Notes on the hydrography and meteorology", t. 23 and 24). However N.A. Smirnov measured the electric intensity of the ring ( "Journal of Physical Society, 1898) and developed a method of determining the self-induction using a tuning fork (" Collection name F.F. Petrushevskaya). In 1908 and 1909 published in "Proceedings of the Imperial Academy of Sciences" and in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Society "article on the oscillatory discharge and the mutual influence of induction currents. In 1910,. in "Memoirs of Hydrography" posted an article on terrestrial magnetism, in 1911. in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Society - the nature of the electron.