Ferdinand Kurlbaum

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Ferdinand Kurlbaum (October 4, 1857, Burg bei Magdeburg - July 29, 1927, Berlin) was a German physicist.

He was a son of a judicial officer. Until 23 he made his Abitur. He studied mathematics and physics in Heidelberg and Berlin from Hermann Helmholtz.

He taught at the Technical University of Charlottenburg since 1904.

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