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    • 1991-Mar-07

    Seymour Meyerson was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and attended the University of Chicago from which he received his undergraduate degree. By 1943 Meyerson began active service with the US military, spending the…

    • 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.