[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
A. Gullstrand, Nobel lectures in physics, 1922-41 (Amsterdam, 1965), 51-53.
2
Millikan, "On the elementary electrical charge and the Avogadro constant," PR, 2 (1913), 109-143.
3
Holton, "Subelectrons, presuppositions, and the Millikan-Ehrenhaft dispute," HSPS, 9 (1978), 166-224
Holton, The scientific imagination (Cambridge, 1978), 25-83
C. Weiner, ed., History of twentieth-century physics (New York, 1977), 266-289.
4
Daniel SiegePs review of Holton's Scientific imagination (ref. 3) in American journal of physics, 47 (1979), 476-477
5
E. Cunningham, "On the velocity of steady fall of spherical particles through a fluid medium," Royal Society of London, Proceedings, 83A (1910), 357-365.
7
Millikan (ref. 2), 123-124.
8
A. F. Gunns and J. R. Goodstein, Guide to the Robert Andrews Millikan Col- lection (New York, 1975)
J. R. Goodstein, ed., The Robert Andrews Millikan Collec- tion, guide to a microfilm edition (Pasadena, 1977).
9
R. A. Millikan April 5, 1912
10
Millikan ([ref. 2], 140)
13
Millikan (ref. 2), 112-115.
14
Millikan, "The isolation of an ion, a precision measurement of its charge, and the correction of Stokes' law," PR, 32 (1911), 349-397
Science, 32 (1910), 436-448.
15
F. Ehrenhaft, "Die Quanten der Elektrizitat," Annalen der Physik, 44 (1914), 657-700
F. Zerner, "Zur Kritik des Elementarquantums der Elektrizitat," Physikalische Zeitschrift, 16 (1915), 10-13
D. Konstantinowsky, "Elektrische Ladungen und Brownsche Bewegung sehr kleiner Metallteilchen im Gase," Annalen der Physik, 46 (1915), 261-297.
16
Millikan, "The existence of a subelectron?" PR, 8 (1916), 595-625
Holton (ref. 3).
19
Holton, Scientific imagination (ref. 3), 61-71, Plate 2.4.
20
Millikan (ref. 2), 138.
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