Plate 3: Representations of water particles in water and ice
Fig. 1 represents particles (balls) of water, the square form denoting the arrangement in water.
Fig, 2 represents particles (balls) of water, the rhomboidal form denoting the arrangement in ice.
Fig. 3 represents the perpendicular section of a ball resting upon two others as arranged in fig. 1.
Fig. 4 represents the perpendicular section of a ball resting upon two balls as arranged in fig. 2.
Fig. 5 represents one of the small spiculae of ice formed upon the sudden congelation of water cooled below the freezing point.
Fig. 6 represents the shoots or ramifications of ice at the commencement of congelation.
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Dalton, John. “Plate 3: Representations of Water Particles in Water and Ice.” In A New System of Chemical Philosophy. Manchester, England: S. Russell, 1808. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/vh53ww34h.
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