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    • 2009-Dec-09 (First session)
    • 2009-Dec-10 (Second session)

    Frank H. Field was raised in Cliffside Park, New Jersey, by an aunt, an uncle, and a grandmother. He entered Duke University, placing a year ahead in chemistry, but had very little money. To meet his expenses he worked…

    • 2008-Apr-22

    John H. Beynon was born in Ystalyfera, Wales, the older of two sons whose parents ended their education at secondary school. Beynon grew up in a coal mining town and attended a local university, the University of Wales…

    • 2008-Apr-24 (First session)
    • 2008-Apr-25 (Second session)

    Keith R. Jennings begins his oral history by discussing his youth and education in the United Kingdom, including his chemistry studies at University of Oxford, where he worked with Jack Wilfrid Linnett, and his…

    • 2006-Aug-29

    Klaus Biemann's oral history begins with a discussion of his youth near Vienna, Austria. As pharmacy was the family profession, Biemann chose to study it at the University of Innsbruck. He soon developed an interest in…

    • 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…

    • 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.

    • 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.

    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.

    Volumetric Flasks. Flat bottom, glass-stoppered and unstoppered.

    • 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.

    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.

    Mohr Pipettes. Invented by Karl Friedrich Mohr.

    • 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.

    Nitrometer attachments: reservoir bulb, manifold, and support used on universal 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.

    Nitrometers, reaction bulb and compensating tube.

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

    Devices converting chemical reactions to electric energy.

    • 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

    Electrostatic induction device with plates and electrodes.

    • 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

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

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

    4235. Battery, so-called "Crowfoot".
    4237. Battery, Leclanche.
    4238. Battery, Dipping.
    4240. Battery, Type "S" Cell.

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

    Various apparatus and pipettes for absorption and determination of gases.

    5273. For estimation of methane, with platinum spiral.
    5274. For determination of oxygen by the exact method.
    5280. Palladium Tube.
    5282.…

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

    Image 5594: "Apparatus for the simultaneous electrolytical decomposition of water, hydrochloric acid and ammonia."