Boyle, Robert, New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air and its effects, 1660
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1thereof. 129 &c.
The 19th Experiment, touching the ſub­
ſiding of a Cylinder of Water, 140 &c. The
ſame try'd in a ſmall Receiver. 143
The 20th Experiment, touching the Ela­
ter of Water, with a digreſsive Experiment
to the ſame purpoſe 144 &c.
The 21 Experiment, being a proſecution
of the former Enquiry, by Experimenting
the Generation of Bubbles under Water, a
recital of ſome notable Circumſtances, with
ſome obſervable Corollary's deduc'd there­
from. 147 &c.
The 22d Experiment, tending to a deter­
mination of the Enquiry propoſ'd in the for­
mer Experiment, by proving the matter of
theſe Bubbles from their permanency to be
Air: The Experiments try'd in the great
and ſmall Receivers, evincing the ſame
thing, 155 &c. An Experiment wherein
there appear'd Bubbles in Quick-ſilver,
160. The Authors Inference, 162. A di­
greſsive Enquiry, whether or no Air may be
generated anew; with ſeveral Hiſtories and
Experiments, tending to the reſolving and
clearing thereof. 162 &c The Authors ex­
cuſe for ſo long a Digreſsion. 181
The 23d Experiment, containing a fur­
ther Enquiry touching Bubbles mad with

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