The theory of the genuine hydrometer

Publication Date1762
Remainderfarther illustrated, and rendered universal, for determining the proportion of the quantity and weight of alchohol and water in any spirituous compound: and what quantity of one or the other must be added, to make it either true or merchantable proof; as also, proper tables for shewing the same, by inspection, to the greatest accuracy. Likewise, a table to render this hydrometer compleatly useful for assaying all mineral and salt waters, chemical, medicinal, and other liquors. Part II. By Benjamin Martin
Extent34 p.
Publisherprinted for the author, and sold at his shop, the Sign of Hadley's Quadrant, and Visual-Glasses, in Fleet-Street


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