Reference numberCLP/2/25
TitlePaper, 'A brief experimentall accompt of the production of some colours, by mixture of severall liquors either having little or no colour, or being of different colours from those produced' by Jonathan Goddard
DescriptionGoddard describes methods of producing white, blue, yellow, green, crimson, and black using liquids that do not correspond to these colours but rather combine to produce them.

Subject: Chemistry

Read to the Royal Society on 16 January 1660.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBC/1/2
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8226Goddard; Jonathan (c1617 - 1675); physician, chemist, and anatomistc1617 - 1675
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