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Paper, 'On a new phosphite of ethyl [ethyl phosphate]' by A W [Alexander William] Williamson

Reference number: AP/37/31

Date: June 1854

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Williamson describes experiments that lead to the formation of a 'new phosphite of ethyl'.

Subject: Analytical chemistry

Received and read 15 June 1854. Communicated by Dr [William] Sharpey.

This paper was published in full in volume 7 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'On a new phosphite of ethyl, 3C4 H5O, PO3'.

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AP/37/31
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June 1854
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10 pages
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Manuscript

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Alexander William Williamson

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Alexander William Williamson, Paper, 'On a new phosphite of ethyl [ethyl phosphate]' by A W [Alexander William] Williamson, June 1854, AP/37/31, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_37_31/paper-on-a-new-phosphite-of-ethyl-ethyl-phosphate-by-a-w-alexander-william-williamson, accessed on 22 June 2024

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