Reference numberRBO/6/107
Alternative reference numberRBO.6.316
Title'A Discourse on this Problem; why Bodies dissolved in Menstrua specifically lighter, than themselves swim therein' by William Molyneux
DescriptionWilliam Molyneux discussing his brother's Thomas Molyneux's problem of 'why bodies disolved flowat in Liquor lighter than themselves, which had been published in the Nouvelles de la Republique de Lettres, Aug. 1684- Jan. 1685.
At page 319 are Thomas Molyneux's own thoughts about the paper.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialJBO/8/60
Related records in the catalogueCLP/6/42
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5638Molyneux; William (1656 - 1698); natural philosopher and writer1656 - 1698
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