Skip to Content
You searched for
Search
Genre Illustrations Remove constraint Genre: Illustrations

Search Constraints

Search Results

    • 1874

    Chapters cover food types commonly adulterated through the use of additives, with some additives being non-food items such as plaster of Paris, lead and brick dust. End of book features plate illustrations of common…

    • Fig. 135
    • 1872 (Published)

    An illustration of a man using Lockyer's telespectroscope. Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer (1836-1920), designed this instrument in order to observe the spectra of the prominences in full sunlight. Lockyer is best known for…

    • 1950

    Illustrated throughout, this book covers topics including the principles and description of an atomic explosion; shock from air, underground and underwater bursts; physical damage; thermal radiation; nuclear radiations…

    • 1908

    Text includes illustrations as follows:

    Fig. 1. Chemicals needed for the exercises in this bulletin
    Fig. 2. Apparatus used in preparing oxygen
    Fig. 3. Apparatus used in preparing nitrogen
    Fig. 4. Apparatus used in…

    • Fig. 121
    • 1872 (Published)

    An illustration of a solar eclipse during the last 2 minutes, 25 seconds, therefore just before the reappearance of the sun's rays. The accompanying text states: ""Scarcely had the last ray of sunlight disappeared,"…

    • Fig. 106.
    • 1872 (Published)

    Here Sschellen is illustrating and explaining the phenomenon of sunspots. The accompanying text states: "In Fig. 106 the drawings marked I represent the varying phases through which a spot surrounded by a penumbra…

    • 1899 (Creation)
    • 1906 (Publication)

    Whimsical illustration of mice in a laboratory with glassware, apparatus, and a Bunsen burner. Beatrix Potter was a niece of the author, Henry Roscoe, and created this illustration as a gift. The illustration is based…

    • 1899

    Plate XIX depicting various forms of bacterium present in urine. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Tubercle Bacilli. Stained red, the majority are slightly curved...The other bacteria and the nuclei of…

    • 1899

    Plate IX depicting tissue samples and uric acid crystals in various forms. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Shred Of Tissue (part of a tumour) passed with the urine, consisting of closely packed cells…

    • with special reference to their clinical significance
    • 1899

    Cover and three illustrated plates from an English translation of Atlas der klinischen Mikroscopie des Harnes .

    • 1899

    Plate XI depicting various forms of uric acid crystals and deposits. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Uric Acid Crystals (comb forms). Spontaneously precipitated.

    Figure 2: Uric Acid. Colourless,…

    • Part of Spectrum analysis six lectures delivered in 1868 before the society of apothecaries of London
    • 1885

    Chromo-lithograph of the Spectra of the Stars and Nebulae compared with the Solar Spectrum and the Spectra of some of the Non-Metallic Elements.

    • Part of Spectrum analysis six lectures delivered in 1868 before the society of apothecaries of London
    • 1885

    Chromo-lithograph of the Spectra of the Metals of the Alkalis and Alkaline Earths, from the Drawings of [Robert] Bunsen and [Gustav] Kirchhoff. With Scale of Wave-Lengths Added.

    Through research conducted in the…

    • Part of Spectrum analysis six lectures delivered in 1868 before the society of apothecaries of London
    • 1885

    Plate depicting the total solar eclipse that occurred in Egypt on May 17, 1882. A passing comet can be seen.

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting the pathogenic micro-organism for bacillus tuberculosis, a diagnostic indicator of tubercular ulceration of the urinary tract. After the work of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting crystallized deposits of ammonium urate in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, such deposits typically consist of dark-brown, spherical masses studded with…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric acid crystals with amorphous urates after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. Commonly associated lithuria (an excess of uric acid or its salts in the urine), such crystals typically…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting the crystalline compound phenylglucosazone formed as part of a test to detect the presence of sugar in urine. After the work of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric-acid crystals in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, the crystals are the normal yellowish-red color and crystallized into rhombic, rectangular prisms,…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting sediments associated with alkaline fermentation. After the work of Karl Berthold Hofmann (1842-1922) and Robert Ultzmann (1842-1889).

    • 1898

    Scale of colors of urine constructed from nature by Dr. J. Vogel. Intended as a standard for the purposes of comparative analysis, the colors are expressed as follows: (1) pale yellow, (2) light yellow, (3) yellow, (4)…