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Historical File On Dayton C. Miller
DAYTON CLARENCE MILLER (1866-1941), professor of physics at Case School of Applied Science (now Case-Western Reserve University) in Cleveland, Ohio, was a colleague of A. A. Michelson's. After the negative outcome of the Michelson-Morley experiment to detect the ether-drift in 1887, Miller continued the work with Edward W. Morley. Miller was a specialist in the field of acoustics, and he built various experimental apparatus for the analysis of sound waves.
SEE ALSO: Edward WIlliams Morley
Miller, Dayton C.
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Topics: Physics, Acoustics
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