Apparatus to demonstrate that heat can be reflected in a vacuum, owned by Matthew Jackson, made by Sir Humphrey Davy, London, England, 1876
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- brass (copper, zinc alloy), glass, metal (unknown), platinum (metal), sealing wax, silver plated, steel (metal)
Bell Jar: 470 mm x 330 mm x 120 mm, Wt. 2.765kg
stand: Ht. 160 mmx Dia. 230 mm, Wt. 3.965kg
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- Jackson, M.
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