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 (hĕlm′hōlts′), Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von 1821-1894.
German physicist and physiologist who formulated the law of the conservation of energy (1847) and invented an ophthalmoscope (1851).

Helmholtz

(German ˈhɛlmhɔlts)
n
(Biography) Baron Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von (ˈhɛrman ˈluːtvɪç ˈfɛrdinant fɔn). 1821–94, German physiologist, physicist, and mathematician: helped to found the theory of the conservation of energy; invented the ophthalmoscope (1850); and investigated the mechanics of sight and sound

Helm•holtz

(ˈhɛlm hoʊlts)

n.
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von, 1821–94, German physiologist and physicist.
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