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    • 1947-Apr-09 – 1947-May-26

    Illustrated catalog for a Pasteur Exhibition at the Science Museum in South Kensington, England, April 9th through May 26th, 1947. Exhibition originally shown in Paris, France, with added contributions from the Wellcome…

    • 1927

    Sample book for Naphtol AS dyes, used for "embroidery purposes, for effects in silk, woollen and cotton clothes, for curtains, underwear made of artificial silk, etc." Contains dyeing instructions and 70 mounted dyed…

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Burette No. 2. Burette with 3 way stopcock. 50 ml graduated in 1/10th ml.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Burette No. 3. Burette with bulb and 3 way stopcock. 0-50 ml bulb capacity, 50-100 ml graduated in 1/10th ml.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    200 ml. Distillation Flask. Round bottom. Largely used in the distillation of aromatic hydrocarbons and other organic chemical…

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Volumetric Flasks. Flat bottom, glass-stoppered and unstoppered.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Burette No. 1. Burette with funnel top, 50 ml in 1/10 ml.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Burette No. 4. Burette with bulb and 3 way stopcock, 0-75 ml bulb capacity, 75-100 graduated in 1/10th ml.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Mohr Pipettes. Invented by Karl Friedrich Mohr.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    DuPont Nitrometer. Used to measure and collect nitrogen from a chemical reaction.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Nitrometer attachments: reservoir bulb, manifold, and support used on universal tube.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Nitrometer, general assembly of parts.

    • 1922

    From Manufacturing Chemists' Association Catalog for Standard Laboratory Apparatus, Part 1.

    Nitrometers, reaction bulb and compensating tube.

    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922

    Moisture and milk testers for determining fat and total solids in milk and dairy products according to the Mojonnier process.

    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922

    Combination of photomicrographic camera and metallurgical microscope.

    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • Part of Catalog of Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents for Industrial—Medical—Educational Laboratories
    • 1922
    • 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.