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Reference numberAP/73/1/1
LevelItem
TitleUnpublished manuscript, 'On some recent investigations in connection with the electro-deposition of metals' by T C Graham
CreatorGraham, T C (fl 1896)
Date27 October 1896
DescriptionGraham believes there has been 'no very satisfactory examination made into the conditions which are necessary for the rapid deposition of metals from their solutions by means of the electric current.' He shares the results of a series of experiments with the aim of identifying these conditions.

Annotations in pencil and ink throughout. Note on front reads 'The diagrams in this paper are sketches from the originals, to enable the reader to further the meaning of the writing.' Includes 11 pages of diagrams of experimental apparatus and observations.

Subject: Electricity / Chemistry / Physics

Received 30 October 1896. Read 17 December 1896. Communicated by Sir Benjamin Baker.
Extent34p
FormatTypescript
Physical descriptionInk and graphite pencil on paper
Access statusOpen
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CodeNameDates
NA6909Baker; Sir; Benjamin (1840 - 1907)1840 - 1907
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