George Green (1793-1841), a self-taught miller's son of Nottingham, was instrumental (along with Gauss) in making the theories of electricity and magnetism a part of mathematical physics. His name is associated with the "Green's function" used in the solution of partial differential equations.

George Green (1793–1841), a self-taught miller’s son of Nottingham, was instrumental (along with Gauss — see planet (1001)) in making the theories of electricity and magnetism a part of mathematical physics. His name is associated with the “Green’s function” used in the solution of partial differential equations. (M 38201)

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