Five wooden molecular model balls

Made:
c. 1810 in Manchester
Five wooden balls, made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating his atomic Five wooden balls, made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating his atomic Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating

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Five wooden balls, made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating his atomic
Science Museum Group Collection
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Five wooden balls, made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating his atomic
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Five wooden balls (one missing), made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating
Science Museum Group Collections
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Molecular model formed of five wooden balls, made by Peter Ewart of Manchester, c.1810, and used by John Dalton for demonstrating his atomic theory, c, 1810-1842.

Details

Category:
Scientific Instruments & Research
Object Number:
Y1997.6.53
type:
molecular model
credit:
Gift of Manchester Literary & Philosophical Society