saccharimeter (polarimeter) for use in sugar refin

Made:
1876
maker:
Carl Scheibler

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saccharimeter (polarimeter) for use in sugar refineries by C. Scheibler, Berlin in Germany, 1876, invented by Mitscherlich in 1844.

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Category:
Optics
Object Number:
1876-612
Materials:
brass, copper (alloy), glass, iron, mahogany, metal, selenite, silver plated and wood
type:
saccharimeter
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • measuring device - instrument
  • polarimeter
credit:
Scheibler, C.

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