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Reference numberMS/201/1
LevelFile
TitlePapers of Thomas Andrews, Volume 1, notes for experiments
Date1836-1841
DescriptionContains 23 Books
Notes for experiments
Book 1 This volume open with notes made by Andrews when he was a student at Edinburgh University: 'Apparatus and Notes for a course of lectures p.1-62, 4/xi/34-4/ii/35

Book 2 Notes for lab expts. p. 1-80 [?]

Books 3 and 4 Notes starting on 13/ii/28 when Andrews was at Glasgow University p. 1-193

Book 5 Dr Hope's Exps in Popular Classes [Charles Thomas Hope, 1766-1844; FRS 1810, Professor of Chemistry at Edinburgh]

Book 6 Andrew's own numbered experiments start with this Book
Note Book No 1 from March 21st to April 21st 1836
Expts on electrical currents when heated metallic wire, at diff. temperatures in contact with fluids
On the conduction of metals in the solid and fluid state for heat
On voltaic induction
On the conducting power of heated air for voltaic electricity p. 1-106

Book 7 Note Book No. (2)
Friday April 22 1836 to Tuesday 3 May p. 107-171
More electrical experiments

Book 8 Note Book No. 3
Thursday May 4 1836 - May 20 p.172-225

Book 9 Saturday May 21 1836 - Saturrday July 2 p.226-277
Electrolytic experiments

Book 10 Note Book No
from 11th Nov. 1836 to 13th Feb. 1837 being expt. 1 to 116

Book 11 Note book No
from Feb 25, 1837 to March 27 1837 including expt 117 to 211
On electrical currents between metals and fused salts in glass
Extent1 volume
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
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