Reference numberRBO/2ii/2
Alternative reference numberRBO.2ii.24
Title'An Account of the Diversity of the Parts of Water' by Robert Hooke
Date14 May 1662
DescriptionConcerning 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.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBC/1/55
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