Reference numberMM/22/71
TitleReminscence, 'How "Hoppy" cast his bread upon the waters', by Archibald Vivien Hill.
DescriptionAn account of Hill's work for part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos (Physiology) at Cambridge during 1909-10 and the encouragement of Frederick Gowland Hopkins in 'osmotic pressure' experiments. With an associated drawing, on graph paper, of laboratory equipment intended to investigate the Lazarus-Barlow phenomenon.
FormatTypescript and manuscript
Physical descriptionPaper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8239Hill; Archibald Vivian (1886 - 1977)1886 - 1977
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