Catalog published by Eimer & Amend in conjunction with the United States Manufacturing Chemists' Association (MCA) which reflects the standardization of apparatus manufactured by American chemical companies. Eimer & Amend, founded in 1851 by Bernard Amend (1821-1911) and Charles Eimer (1823- c. 1885), was an importer and supplier of chemical laboratory supplies. Eimer & Amend was acquired by the Fisher Scientific Company in 1940.
Digitized content includes a price list of MCA apparatus, front matter, and a limited selection of figures and plates.
“Standard Laboratory Apparatus Adopted by the Manufacturing Chemists Association of the United States Part 1.” New York, New York: Eimer & Amend, 1922. Q184 .E56 1922. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/altvkck.
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