'Frog-pistol', 1904-1910.

Made:
1899-1909 in Paris
maker:
Charles Verdin

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Pistolet, or `Frog Pistol', devised by du Bois-Reymond, for demonstrating the stimulation of nerves in a frog's leg, by Charles Verdin, Paris, c1904.

Details

Category:
Laboratory Medicine
Object Number:
1985-1739
Materials:
brass, glass, steel, wax and wood
type:
galvanism
credit:
Brieux, Alain