Reference numberL&P/2/54
TitleLetter, 'As to odours not passing through glass by electricity & of the electrical glory (nimbus)' from William Watson to the Royal Society
Date1 March 1749
DescriptionSubject: Physics

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'A. letter from Mr. William Watson, F. R. S. to the Royal Society, declaring that he as well as many others have not been able to make Odours pass thro' glass by means of electricity; and giving a particular Account of Professor Bose at Wittemberg his Experiment of Beatification, or causing a Glory to appear round a Man's Head by electricity'

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Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1749.0069
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