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    • 1944

    General view of three technicians using vacuum tube titrators to titrate aluminum in a Dow Chemical Company laboratory. The individuals visible in the photograph are identified as (left to right) Lois Nystrom, Rosemary…

    • Undated

    The KF-4 Aquameter was included in the new product show at the Pittsburgh Conference in March 1970.

    • circa 1963

    A microtitrator is an instrument designed to titrate very small volumes of liquid. This model was used to perform blood analysis.

    • 1965

    This study was developed for NASA by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) in 1964. The SEG developed the prototype hardware required to store and analyze saliva from astronauts as part of monitoring their…

    • Undated

    The aquameter was used for performing titrations with a Karl Fischer reagent.

    • 1955-Jan-23

    The Automatic Titrator's selling points included convenience, simplicity, ease of use, and a secondary application as a pH meter.

    • Undated

    A microtitrator is an instrument designed to titrate very small volumes of liquid.

    • 1972

    Used for performing titrations with a Karl Fischer reagent. It is likely this photograph is mislabeled and the name of the instrument model is actually KF (not FK).

    • Undated

    A microtitrator is an instrument designed to titrate very small volumes of liquid. This model is shown with a Microfuge centrifuge and other accessories.