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Metallic oxide tints
Metallic oxide tints, produced when a battery is discharged through a fine metallic wire, causing it to explode. From left to right: gold, silver, copper, iron, tin and lead. Illustration from Elements of galvanism, in theory and practice, by Charles Henry Wilkinson (London, 1804) the 'Lecturer on Galvanism in Soho-square'.
Original: engraving. 1804
- Image reference: RS-9195
- The Royal Society
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