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Reference numberPT/15/27
LevelFile
TitlePaper, 'On the effects produced in the rates of chronometers by the proximity of masses of iron' by Peter Barlow
Date[1821]
Description38 manuscript pages and one plate showing a chronometer and its case, plate, and pedestal.

Subject: Scientific Instruments

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'On the effects produced in the rates of chronometers by the proximity of masses of iron'.

Communicated by John Barrow. Read 28 June 1821.

Abstract published in Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [later Proceedings of the Royal Society of London], Volume 2, 1833.
Extent39p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1815.0160
DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1821.0026
Related records in the cataloguePT/15/27/1
PT/15/27/2
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA5788Barlow; Peter (1776 - 1862); mathematician1776 - 1862
NA2824Barrow; Sir; John (1764 - 1848)1764 - 1848
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