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    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Glass bulbs when filled with a potassium hydroxide solution are used for the absorption of carbon dioxide in chemical analysis. Types of potash bulbs depicted here include: Geissler's, Geissler-Wetzel's, Alvergnat's,…

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Image 5594: "Apparatus for the simultaneous electrolytical decomposition of water, hydrochloric acid and ammonia."

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Various apparatus and pipettes for absorption and determination of gases.

    5273. For estimation of methane, with platinum spiral.
    5274. For determination of oxygen by the exact method.
    5280. Palladium Tube.
    5282.…

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    4235. Battery, so-called "Crowfoot".
    4237. Battery, Leclanche.
    4238. Battery, Dipping.
    4240. Battery, Type "S" Cell.

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    4591. Burner, "Vulcan Stove".
    4599. Burner, Bunsen, with attachment for holding flasks.

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Various distilling apparatus: Axtell's, Krafft & Noerdlinger's, Muencke's, Bruehl's.

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Electrostatic induction device with plates and electrodes.

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    4880a. For purifying mercury, U. S. Weather Bureau pattern.
    4881. With central condenser, suitable for nitrogen, alcohol etc.
    4882. For the recovery of volatile solvents used in extraction.

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    Devices converting chemical reactions to electric energy.