Reference numberCLP/4i/43
TitlePaper, 'Experiment de deux tubes qui detruit de fond en comble six des principaux labeurs de la Societe Royalle de Londres, entre autres celuy de leur pressure de l'air qu'ils affirment etre la cause de l'elevation des fluides dans la pompe le syphon et barometre' [Experiment with two tubes that destroy from top to bottom six of the main labours of the Royal Society of London, amongst others the labour on air pressure that they maintain is the cause of the elevation of fluids in pumps, syphons, and barometers] by unknown author
Date[17th Century]
DescriptionThe author provides a description of an experiment using glass tubes and water.

Subject: Physics / Meteorology
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
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