Intended to inform the inexperienced college graduate how to design and equip a chemical laboratory, this volume includes sections describing the various general features, appliances, and apparatus needed. Credits the firms which manufacture the apparatus listed "in order to enable the reader to more readily obtain the appliances which he needs."
Digitized content includes the work's front matter and two illustrations depicting scientific apparatus.
Meade, Richard K. (Richard Kidder). “The Design and Equipment of Small Chemical Laboratories.” Chicago, Illinois: The Chemical Engineer Publishing Co., 1908. QD51 .M43 1908. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/h8yt7hs.
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