From the Canadian Science and Technology Museum Labratory Equipment Collection

April 16, 2012 at 5:36 am Leave a comment

science-pictureBlowpipe Set

MAKER J.T. Letcher
WHEN ca 1875

WHAT DOES IT DO? Used for chemical analysis.

HOW DOES IT WORK? Samples are heated over the blowpipe until they break down. They are then studied by adding various chemicals.

Source: National Research Council of Canada, Archives

Canadian Science and Technology Museum Labratory Equipment Collection. Click here to see more.

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