Reference numberCLP/6/67
TitlePaper, account of an experiment to ascertain the proportion of the expansion of the liquid in the thermometer with regard to the degrees of heat by Brook Taylor
DescriptionIt has, I believe, been generally known though not proved, that the expansion of the liqud in the thermometer, is proportional to the increase of heat.
Read to the Royal Society on 14 March 1722
Subject: Hydrostatics
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1722.0053
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6093Taylor; Brook (1685 - 1731)1685 - 1731
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