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Paper, 'Account of two phaenomena of fire which are related in the 'Breslaw miscellanys' the first in the month of march 1718' by Philip Zollman

Reference number: CLP/4ii/5

Date: 11 March 1731

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Extracted from the Breslaw miscellanies for march 1718 and February 1724. Zollman describes a fireball from a baker's oven in Breslau [Wrocław, Poland] in 1718, and a fireball and smoke in the Crown Chancery in Warsaw.

Subject: Chemistry

Reference number
CLP/4ii/5
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11 March 1731
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Ink on paper
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10 pages
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Manuscript

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Philip Henry Zollman

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Philip Henry Zollman, Paper, 'Account of two phaenomena of fire which are related in the 'Breslaw miscellanys' the first in the month of march 1718' by Philip Zollman, 11 March 1731, CLP/4ii/5, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_4ii_5/paper-account-of-two-phaenomena-of-fire-which-are-related-in-the-breslaw-miscellanys-the-first-in-the-month-of-march-1718-by-philip-zollman, accessed on 25 June 2024

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