Reference numberCLP/6/63
TitlePaper, 'A phylosophical discourse concerning hydrostaticks' by Thomas Bates
Date26 July 1709
DescriptionA philosophical discourse concerning hydrostatics, particularly regarding aerial bodies. Bates is inspired by Wm [William] Molyneux's treatise titled 'A discourse on this problem; why bodies dissolved in the menstrua specifically lighter than themselves, swim therein,' published in Volume 16, Issue 181 of Philosophical Transactions in 1686.

Subject: Hydrostatics

Read to the Royal Society on 9 November 1709.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA968Bates; Thomas (- c 1760) - c 1760
NA5638Molyneux; William (1656 - 1698)1656 - 1698
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