Reference numberEL/B1/80
TitlePaper, 'Imperfect paper of Mr Boyle' by Robert Boyle
DescriptionItem is entitled 'imperfect paper of Mr Boyle'
The paper consists of a number of experiments
No. 18 concerns observations of the oils of cloves and aniseeds being heavier than water
No. 21 concerning what chemists call 'Regularis martis stellatus'
Unnumbered experiment concerning the azure solution formed by mixing the fermentation of urine and copper
On the reverse of this is a paper in French and in another hand
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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