|Alternative reference number||RBO.2ii.24|
|Title||'An Account of the Diversity of the Parts of Water' by Robert Hooke|
|Date||14 May 1662|
|Description||Concerning the weight of ordinary water, distilled water, melted snow or dew - concerning how bubbles are raised at the top of water held 'in vacuo'|
On p 27 are points about producing six-branched figures on the surface of frozen urine - also details about frost.
|Extent||4 sides |
|Related records in the catalogue||RBC/1/55|