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

    Various distilling apparatus: Axtell's, Krafft & Noerdlinger's, Muencke's, Bruehl's.

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

    Electrostatic induction device with plates and electrodes.

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

    4880a. For purifying mercury, U. S. Weather Bureau pattern.
    4881. With central condenser, suitable for nitrogen, alcohol etc.
    4882. For the recovery of volatile solvents used in extraction.

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

    Devices converting chemical reactions to electric energy.

    • 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.

    • 1922

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

    200 ml. Distillation Flask. Round bottom. Largely used in the distillation of aromatic hydrocarbons and other organic chemical…

    • 1922

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

    Burette No. 3. Burette with bulb and 3 way stopcock. 0-50 ml bulb capacity, 50-100 ml graduated in 1/10th ml.

    • 1922

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

    Burette No. 2. Burette with 3 way stopcock. 50 ml graduated in 1/10th ml.