Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,  1 (1817), 525–26.


[William Laidlaw?] *


Reportage, Literary Gossip


Entomology | Chemistry, Astronomy | Mineralogy, Chemistry

People mentioned:

André Laugier , Wilhelm C Meißner, Christian F Buchholz

Publications cited:

Annales de Chimie

    Begins: 'M. Biot has observed, that insects called by the French blaps and tenbrions, may be left in a vacuum that can be made by an air-pump for days, without appearing to suffer any inconvience' (525).

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