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    • circa 1953

    The Manometric Blood Gas Apparatus was a revision on the original, fairly simple volumetric glass apparatus designed by Dr. Van Slyke in around 1917. The instrument liberated and isolated "the desired gas contained in a…

    • 1953

    Wooden grey-blue case that opens on a hinge. Inside, the left side of the case contains: a sealed glass bottle of mounting cement, a sealed glass bottle of thinner, small cardboard boxes labeled "Microcraft Microscopy…

    • 1940 – 1949

    Wooden box painted red with white speckled paint design; case opens on a hinge to reveal nine (9) test tubes on left containing: sodium iodide solution, bleaching powder, sodium salicylate, cobalt chloride, ferric…

    • 1954

    Wooden case with a blue synthetic covering. Case opens on a hinge to reveal three shelves of amber glass bottles with red metal lids; 21 bottles containing the following: aluminum sulphate, ammonium chloride, borax,…

    • circa 1996

    Gray plastic (Rubbermaid) container; two panels open to the right and left and snap into place with small protrusions on the raised base platform; platform also has two support sticks that can be rotated outward so…

    • 1930 – 1939

    Wooden case with two steel handles on top and cabinet doors on both sides which are secured with a steel latch; on one side, case inside has a steel red shelf with seven wooden chemical containers; below the shelf is a…

    • 1943

    Board-game like rectangular cardboard box; box top comes off and reveals a blue cardboard frame in the box bottom to support various set components; to the top right of the frame is a row of six wooden chemical…

    • 1880 – 1899

    This leather case, most likely a domestic kit designed for home use, appears to contain vials of powder China paint pigments, which are commonly used on porcelain/ceramic.

    Folding black leather case that can be secured…

  1. Glass tube with a collecting reservoir that opens into a funnel (or breast piece). Round red rubber bulb attached to one end of the glass. Stamp in black ink on red bulb reads "Ingram's/'Omega'/London."

  2. Glass tube with a collecting reservoir that opens into a funnel (or breast piece). Round black rubber pump attached to one end of the glass.

    • 1900 – 1930

    Banana-shaped bottle design enabled ease of cleaning, making this bottle widely known as the hygienic baby bottle.

    A: Boat-shaped molded glass bottle. Embossed on one side of bottle are measurements in tablespoons;…

  3. Long stem, round bottom flask with custom flange. Needle-size hole on opposite side of flange allows for release of pressure.

  4. A: Bulb containing mercury attached to a glass tube of narrow diameter. Thermometer has Celsius scale with 20-30 degree range with major divisions every 1 degree and minor divisions every 0.1 degree.

    B: Protective…

  5. A: Bulb containing mercury attached to a glass tube of narrow diameter. Thermometer has Celsius scale with 0-100 degree range.

    B: Protective cardboard tube for the thermometer (not digitized).

    Partial immersion…

    • 1917

    A large, tapered, oval-shaped, clear glass bulb with a point on the top; has a brass bottom with threads on the end; attached to the inside of the bottom is a long glass tube with two terminals on either side and a long…

    • after 1940

    Clear glass measuring cup used to measure the volume of liquid. Cup has red measurement indicators (printed directly on the glass) for ounces and cups, a spout, and a closed handle. The trademarked "PYREX" logo is…

    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)
    • 1863 (Original design)

    Top and perspective views of a graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements depicted as a helix drawn on a single cylinder. This table was originated by French geologist and mineralogist…

    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed as a right-side electronic configuration series table. While the design of this table is unattributed, it bears some similarity to Subtype…

    • 1955 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed as a left-step series table with the symbols of the elements arranged according to their valences. This table was originated by chemist Edward…

    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)
    • 1955 (Original design)

    Partial graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed as a left-step series table with the symbols of the elements arranged according to their valences. The section displayed here depicts…

    • 1955 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Partial graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed as a left-step series table with the symbols of the elements arranged according to their valences. The section displayed here depicts…

    • 1905 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Top and perspective views of a graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements in the style of a helix and space lemniscate with two additional loops for the rare earth elements. This table was…

    • 1900 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Top and perspective views of a graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements in the style of a helix and space lemniscate with an additional loop for the rare earth elements. This table was…

    • 1916 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Top and perspective views of a graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed in the style of a helix wound on three main stepwise cylinders placed laterally with a common generating line at…

    • 1935 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements as an Archimedes spiral with a single revolution. This table was originated by Nicolas Opolonick in 1935 and classified by chemist Edward G. Mazurs as…