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Gore continues his research into fluoride of silver (see AP/52/4 and AP/53/3) with the aim of advancing his hypothesis that fluorine is a liquid at ordinary atmospheric temperature and pressure.

Annotations in pencil throughout. Marked on front as 'Archives'. Includes 12 figures in the text of experimental apparatus.

Subject: Chemistry

Received 6 October 1871. Read 7 December 1871.

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George Gore, Unpublished paper, 'On fluoride of silver. Part 3rd' by George Gore, 1871, AP/53/4, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 26 May 2024

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