One of the Notebooks of Frederick Carder.
Notebook with black cover. The front and back covers were originally stuck to other notebooks and shows damage due to the separation of the covers. There are several blank pages.
Inside front cover are sketches of geometric figures. Includes notes on examinations of acids, and tests to identify a white salts and powders (22 p.). Some pages show brown splatter marks. Following 26 blank pages, there are notes on Group II and a preliminary examination for acids. The remaining pages are blank except for the last 9, which were recorded upside down and begin with "Atomicity of antimony & bismuth III". Includes notes on gold, platinum, and silver followed by recipes for optical glass (flint and crown), Faraday's glass, flint glass, plate glass, window crown & sheet, Bohemian glass, and bottle glass, and estimations of ash and sulfur in coal.
Fragile materials. Use the digital or microform copies of the notebooks.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in August 2010.