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Diagrams, voltaic combinations by unknown artist

Reference number: PT/74/4/5

Date: 1837

Description

Plate 8, figures 1-10 showing the arrangement of various voltaic combinations studied by Daniell, comprising steam vessels, connected wires, battery cells, electrodes, and galvanometers. Inscribed with publication and plate details. Not signed. The manuscript for this paper is wanting.

Subject: Chemistry / Physics

Published in Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'Further observations on voltaic combinations. In a letter addressed to Michael Faraday, Esq. D. C. L. F. R. S., Fullerian Prof. Chem. Royal Institution, Corr. Memb. Royal & Imp. Acadd. of Sciences, Paris Petersburgh, &c' by John Frederic Daniell.

Received by the Royal Society on 30 March 1837. Read 6 April 1837.

Reference number
PT/74/4/5
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1837
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Ink on paper
Page extent
1 page
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Diagram

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John Frederic Daniell

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John Frederic Daniell, Diagrams, voltaic combinations by unknown artist, 1837, PT/74/4/5, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pt_74_4_5/diagrams-voltaic-combinations-by-unknown-artist, accessed on 21 February 2024

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