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Cadwallader Colden, 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
Cadwallader Colden, 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
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William Axtell, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
William Axtell, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
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Mrs. Cadwallader Colden, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
Mrs. Cadwallader Colden, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
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Joseph Reade, 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
Joseph Reade, 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
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Mrs. Joseph Reade, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
Mrs. Joseph Reade, ca. 1749-52. Creator: John Wollaston
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Illustration by William Hyde. From The Cinque Ports, 1900-1
Illustration by William Hyde. From The Cinque Ports, 1900-1
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William Hyde Wollaston, Physiologist, chemist and physicist, 19th century
William Hyde Wollaston, Physiologist, chemist and physicist, 19th century
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William Hyde Wollaston (1766-1828), English physiologist, chemist and physicist, (1829)
William Hyde Wollaston (1766-1828), English physiologist, chemist and physicist, (1829)
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William Hyde Wollaston, English chemist and physicist, (1833).Artist: W Holl
William Hyde Wollaston, English chemist and physicist, (1833).Artist: W Holl
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William Wollastons reflecting goniometer for measuring the angles of crystals, 1874
William Wollastons reflecting goniometer for measuring the angles of crystals, 1874
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William Wollastons reflecting goniometer for measuring the angles of crystals, 1874 Featured Print

William Wollastons reflecting goniometer for measuring the angles of crystals, 1874

William Wollaston's reflecting goniometer for measuring the angles of crystals, 1874. William Hyde Wollaston (1766-1828) was a notable English chemist who researched into both chemistry and optics. He distinguished two new metals - palladium (1803) and rhodium (1804), and experimented with the camera lucida

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