An experimental inquiry into the cause of the changes of colours in opake and coloured bodies. With an historical preface relative to the parts of philosophy therein examined, and to the several arts and manufactures dependent upon them.
|Main Author:||Delaval, Edward Hussey, 1729-1814.|
London, Printed for J. Nourse and P. Elmsly, 1777.
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The last section, p. -138, is entitled: "A letter to the right honorable the Earl of Morton, president of the Royal Society, containing experiments and observations on the agreement between the specific gravities of the several metals, and their colours when united to glass, as well as those of their other preparations. With additions. By Edward Delaval, F. R. S. Read at the Royal Society, Jan. 24, 1765."
lxxv, 93 p., 3 ℓ., 99-138 p.
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