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    • 2009-Sep-24 (First session)
    • 2009-Nov-23 (Second session)
    • 2010-Feb-27 (Third session)
    • 2010-Jun-28 (Fourth session)

    Herman Fialkov was born in 1922 and grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Herman attended City College of New York, studying engineering. He left college to take a job with Emerson Radio Corporation attending night school at…

    • 1991-May-29 (Second session)
    • 1990-Nov-09 (First session)

    William von Eggers Doering begins these interviews with a discussion of his early life and family background. His parents were both musicians, and met while they were both studying music in Leipzig. When World War I…

    • 1984-Apr-27

    In this interview, Claude K. Deischer discusses his life and his career as a chemist and historian of chemistry. Initially, Deischer recollects his childhood and early education. He then speaks about his undergraduate…

    • 1880 – 1899

    Folding black leather case that can be secured shut with two metal snaps. Case opens to reveal two rows of glass vials secured in place by leather straps. There are 38 glass vials total: the top row holds 19 glass…

    • 1996-Mar-19

    This interview discusses Frank J. Biondi's education, career, and involvement in The Electrochemical Society, beginning with college experiences as a chemical engineering major at Lehigh University and initial work at…

  1. Circular glass container with black screw cap lid. Container is filled with white ointment. Brown paper label reads "RAY-NOX" in light brown text.

    This early sunscreen, 10-15% PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid or…

    • 1879-Jun-10

    Rough draft of a letter dealing with the results of Outerbridge’s experiments on the volatilization of standard silver. Letter is unsigned but is written in Booth's hand.

    • 1879-May-29

    Booth's comments on the experiments made by A.E. Outerbridge on volatilization of silver of standard fineness.

    • 1945-Feb-03

    In this letter, J. H. Rushton of the National Defense Research Committee requests an update on the status of F and G model oxygen meter instruments.

    Developed from a Linus Pauling design during WWII, the technology…

    • 1950s

    Potentiometers are used to measure electromotive force (emf) by balancing it with a known emf. The concept was first developed in 1841 by J. C. Poggendorff and improved throughout the 19th century by Latimer Clark and…

    • 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 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

    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
    • 1950 – 1959

    Wooden box with metal instrument panel on top; four small black rubber feet on bottom; front of wooden box contains printed instructions and folds down to show inside of instrument; rectangular wooden area attached to…

    • 1960

    Six volt galvanometer in a rectangular wooden case with rubber feet. A brass lever at the top of the case provides coarse zero adjustment; two black plastic and metal knobs on the right side of the case provide fine…