“Manufactured Articles”


THERE are precedents to justify a hope that it would be no excursion beyond the province of NATURE, if somebody who knows that molecules possess the essential character of a manufactured article were kindly to explain how he knows a manufactured article when he sees it, in his mind's eye or elsewhere.

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MONRO, C. “Manufactured Articles”. Nature 10, 481 (1874) doi:10.1038/010481a0

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