Reference numberL&P/2/217
TitlePaper, 'Odours passing through glass by electricity' by Johann Heinrich Winkler
Date23 November 1750
DescriptionSubject: Chemistry/Physics

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of professor Winkler's experiments relating to odours passing through electrised globes and tubes, being the extract and translation from the Latin of two letters sent by that gentleman to Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. Secretary of the Royal Society. With an account of the result of some experiments made here with globes and tubes, transmitted from Leipsic by Mr. Winkler to the Royal Society, in order to verify the facts before mentioned, by Mr. W. Watson, F. R. S'

Read 20 June 1751
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1751.0035
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6820Winkler; Johann Heinrich (1703 - 1770)1703 - 1770
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