Reference numberL&P/6/53
TitlePaper, 'Electrical experiments' by William Henley
DescriptionSubject: Physiccs

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of some new experiments in Electricity, containing, 1. An enquiry whether vapour be a conductor of electricity. 2. Some experiments, to ascertain the direction of the electric matter, in the discharge of the leyden bottle: with a new analysis of the leyden bottle. 3. Experiments on the lateral explosion, in the discharge of the leyden bottle. 4. The description, and use, of a new prime-conductor. 5. Miscellaneous Experiments, made principally in the Year 1771 and 1772. 6. Experiments and obs'

Read 5 May 1774
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1774.0041
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