There might be some papers of interest to you here. Free access until
"Nearly three and a half centuries of scientific study and achievement
is now available online in the Royal Society Journals Digital Archive
following its official launch this week. This is the longest-running and
arguably most influential journal archive in Science, including all the
back articles of both Philosophical Transactions and Proceedings.
For the first time the Archive provides online access to all journal
content, from Volume One, Issue One in March 1665 until the latest
modern research published today ahead of print. And until December the
archive is freely available to anyone on the internet to explore.
Spanning nearly 350 years of continuous publishing, the archive of
nearly 60,000 articles includes ground-breaking research and discovery
from many renowned scientists including: Bohr, Boyle, Bragg, Cajal,
Cavendish, Chandrasekhar, Crick, Dalton, Darwin, Davy, Dirac, Faraday,
Fermi, Fleming, Florey, Fox Talbot, Franklin (pictured), Halley,
Hawking, Heisenberg, Herschel, Hodgkin, Hooke, Huxley, Joule, Kelvin,
Krebs, Liebnitz, Linnaeus, Lister, Mantell, Marconi, Maxwell, Newton,
Pauling, Pavlov, Pepys, Priestley, Raman, Rutherford, Schrodinger,
Turing, van Leeuwenhoek, Volta, Watt, Wren, and many, many more
influential science thinkers up to the present day."
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.co.nz>