|Title||Plate, glass tube in cork fitted onto brass tube by [George Gore]|
|Date||11 January 1861|
|Description||Figure 4 showing a glass tube in the hole of a transversely perforated cork, which itself was fitted into a brass tube. This apparatus was used in Gore's experiments on liquid acid.|
Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'On the properties of liquid carbonic acid'.
Written by Gore in Birmingham. Communicated by Prof [John] Tyndall. Received by the Royal Society on 17 January 1861. Read 24 January 1861.
|Physical description||Ink diagram on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rspl.1860.0018|
|Related records in the catalogue||PT/63/6|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA1365||Gore; George (1826 - 1908)||1826 - 1908|
|NA8293||Tyndall; John (1820 - 1893); natural philosopher||1820 - 1893|