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Paper, 'Experiments on the transmisison of the vapour of acids through an hot earthen tube, and further observations relating to phlogiston' by Joseph Priestley

Reference number: L&P/9/143

Date: 1789

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Subject: Chemistry

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Experiments on the transmission of the vapour of acids through an hot earthen tube, and further observations relating to phlogiston'

Read 2 July 1789

Reference number
L&P/9/143
Earliest possible date
1789
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Ink on paper
Page extent
14 pages
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Manuscript

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Joseph Priestley

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Joseph Priestley, Paper, 'Experiments on the transmisison of the vapour of acids through an hot earthen tube, and further observations relating to phlogiston' by Joseph Priestley, 1789, L&P/9/143, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_9_143/paper-experiments-on-the-transmisison-of-the-vapour-of-acids-through-an-hot-earthen-tube-and-further-observations-relating-to-phlogiston-by-joseph-priestley, accessed on 23 May 2024

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