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    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts an assortment of chemical apparatus and equipment, including hoops, funnels, precipitating glasses, pans, pots, mortars and pestles, as well as cupellation and crucible furnaces, freezing apparatus, and…

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts assorted furnaces (fixed universal; portable; reverberatory; wind; assay; air).

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts a calorimeter, pyrometer, Pictet's reflectors for experiments with radiant heat in figure 10, and barometers.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts assorted thermometers (differential and mercurial), photometers in figures 3 and 5, steam baths for a lamp furnace in figure 7, and a vertical compound distillatory apparatus in figure 8.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts assorted gasometers (common and mercurial), as well as glass globes and receivers, precipitating jars, and air and gas funnels, holders, and bladders.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts a metallic still in figure 1, compound distillatory apparatuses, cast iron bottle and tube, air jar, and an oxy-hydrogen blowpipe in figure 10.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts crucible and blast furnaces, thermometers, eudiometer, blowpipe spoon, and an apparatus for decomposing alkaline metals in figure 5.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts assorted bottles (cast iron; gas; with various necks), adopters, pelican, matrass, air jars, compound distillatory apparatus, balloon receivers, and conducting tubes.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts casting molds and cones, cupel and crucible tongs, an anvil in figure 10, and an atmometer in figure 14.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts lixiviating tubs in figure 1, a filtration fountain in figure 5, chemical lamp furnace in figure 6, compound distillatory apparatus in figure 14, as well as an alembic, hydrostatic balance, hydrometer, and iron…

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts an assortment of chemical apparatus and equipment, including glass bottles, alembics, and flasks, as well as funnels, adopters, cupels, crucibles, muffles, blowpipes, eudiometers, syringes, siphons, spirit and…

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts assorted blowpipes (self-adjusting candlestick; oxy-hydrogen), compound distillatory apparatus, furnace, and an apparatus for the production of phosphoric acid in figure 9.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts an assortment of chemical apparatus and equipment, such as a levigating stone, air thermometer, granulating capsule, lamp furnaces, freezing apparatus, steam boiler, funnels, deflagrating jar, air jars, and…

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts a hygrometer, gasometers, blowpipe forceps, magnifier, a mephitic water apparatus in figure 9, "ill calculated for the purpose of impregnating water with carbonic acid," and an air furnace.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts a filtration bag, file, rasps, balance, self-acting blowpipe, siphon, pan, furnaces, alembics, and pneumatic troughs or cisterns.

    • Part of Dictionary of Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus
    • 1824

    Depicts distillatory apparatuses, gravimeters, a boiler in figure 6, and Nooth's apparatus in figure 8, for preparing water containing carbon dioxide.

    • 1922

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

    Nitrometers, reaction bulb and compensating 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.

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

    • 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.

    Mohr Pipettes. Invented by Karl Friedrich Mohr.

    • 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.

    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.

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