Ammonia salt Martin Frobene Ledermuller
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Study of a crystals of ammonia salt, viewed by microscope, under magnification.
Plate 23 from Amusement microscopique, tant pour l'esprit que pour les yeux, contenant... estampes... d'apres nature...by Martin Frobene Ledermuller, plates volume (Adam Wolfgang Winterschmidt, Nuremburg, 1764).
Inscribed above: ‘TAB.XXIII.’ Inscribed below: ‘M.F.L. del. A.W.W. exc.’
The accompanying text is headed: ‘Table XXIII. Ce Sel étant plus promt que tous les autres à jetter ses Exhalaisons & à se configure, les Amateurs n’en sauroient choisir de plus proper pour les Amusement [This salt is more promising than all the others to evaporate and to crystallize, the amateur couldn’t choose a better one for their entertainment].
Martin Frobene [Frobenius] Ledermuller (1719-1769) German naturalist was employed in various capacities as a notary, turning to microscope studies after an illness induced temporary deafness.
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