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On the reduction to a vacuum of Captain Kater's convertable pendulum.
|Catalogue no: 1515|
|Dewey No:||Subject(s): Courtenay Ilbert Archive|
|Author(s): Edward Sabine|
|Total pages: 7||Illustrations: 0||Language(s): English||Publication date: 1829|
|Editor:||Publisher: Royal Society|
|Dimensions: 270mm x 210mm||Condition: Reasonable|
|Related titles:||Related library records:
The Resistance of the Air, determined from Captain Kater's Experiments on the Pendulum
Pages extracted from this journal and bound separately between brown paper covers.
Paper gives details of experiments with a precision pendulum, on a clock by Dent. Its performance is noted and conclusions drawn when in air of ordinary density and in highly rarefied air.
Experiments took place April 21 - April 23, 1829. Barometric pressure on these day noted.
|Room location: Library Extension||Cabinet: F||Shelf: 5|
|Search terms: Pendulums, Precision Timekeeping|
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