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  1. An icon of experimental chemistry, as well as a standard piece of equipment in scientific laboratories and high school classrooms alike, the Bunsen burner was built in 1854 by Peter Desaga, an assistant in German…

  2. An icon of experimental chemistry, as well as a standard piece of equipment in scientific laboratories and high school classrooms alike, the Bunsen burner was built in 1854 by Peter Desaga, an assistant in German…

  3. Meeker burners function the exact same way as Bunsen burners except that they are used for objects that require a wider flame base. The Meeker burner can produce more heat than a Bunsen burner and features a distinctive…

  4. Meeker burners function the exact same way as Bunsen burners except that they are used for objects that require a wider flame base. The Meeker burner can produce more heat than a Bunsen burner and features a distinctive…

    • Part of Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware and Laboratory Supplies
    • 1910s – circa

    4591. Burner, "Vulcan Stove".
    4599. Burner, Bunsen, with attachment for holding flasks.