Reference numberDM/5/78D
Title'Experiments proposed to William Neile'
Description11 items listed, including: "To try whether powder hath not the greater force, when it is included in a sphere; as suppose, the Breach of a Gun were made sphericall"; "To try whether water included in a vessel, and let fall upon another body, would not have a force answerable to its weight; which possibly might be use full in the making of Bullets and Gun"; "To try what effect the often feezing and thawing of the same matter would have upon it. As also of often heating and cooling the same liquor" and "To try the effect of the injection of urine into the vein of a Dogg, and whether it will come well out if you blow again or no".
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7011Neile; William (1637 - 1670); mathematician1637 - 1670
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