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

    Devices converting chemical reactions to electric energy.

    • 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

    Electrostatic induction device with plates and electrodes.

    • 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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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 Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    An "instrument intended for measuring spectra photographs, gratings, divided scales, or such objects which can be focused by the microscope and will allow rapid measurements of the highest possible accuracy." The design…

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    "The collimators and observing telescopes have apertures of 50mm., and focus by rack and pinion. Two 60 degree prisms of heavy flint glass and of 70mm. side are furnished with the instrument. The mirror may be used in…

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    Top figure is a Foucault heliostat, which reflects the rays of the sun in a horizontal direction. Bottom figure is a two-mirror heliostat, where the second mirror allows the path of the light beam to be thrown in any…

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    "This spectroscope will show the first order of spectrum all at once across the field of the eyepiece."

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    Top figure is a laboratory spectrometer with a polarizing attachment. Lower figure is a spectrometer with a third arm and camera attachment.

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    "For studying the reflection, refraction, absorption and polarization of radiant heat."

    • Part of Instruments of Precision Laboratory Apparatus, M-L Catalog
    • 1911

    "The instrument is designed after suggestions from Prof. D. B. Brace, for whom a number of these instruments were built."

    • Part of Catalog K: Physical Apparatus for Universities and Colleges
    • 1912-May

    No. 1639. Parabolic Reflectors, used to collect sound, light or radio waves.
    No. 1641. Melloni's Apparatus, for demonstrating the phenomena of absorption, polarization, reflection and refraction of radiant heat.

    • Part of Catalog K: Physical Apparatus for Universities and Colleges
    • 1912-May

    Steam and gas engines.

    • Part of Catalog K: Physical Apparatus for Universities and Colleges
    • 1912-May

    "This apparatus was designed to supply our own laboratory with an electro-magnet of sufficient strength and field concentration for magnetizing, experimentation, etc. With its accessories listed below it becomes…