Reference numberMC/1/302
TitleLetter from Edmund Davy, Royal Dublin Society, to John George Children, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date12 April 1831
DescriptionRequesting 500 copies of the upcoming published copies of his paper 'On a simple electrochemical method of detecting metallic poisons' in the 'Philosophical Transactions' for distribution at the Royal Dublin Society. He additionally requests information on the status for two of his papers previously presented by Davies Gilbert to the Society: 'On a new fulminate of silver and its applications as a test for chlorine' and 'On a new combination of chlorine and nitrous gas'.
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1831.0009
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7507Davy; Edmund (1785 - 1857); chemist1785 - 1857
NA3175Children; John George (1777 - 1852); chemist1777 - 1852
NA8707Gilbert; Davies (1767-1839)1767-1839
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