Brass tubes from Berthelot-Mahler Bomb

Made:
1889 in London
maker:
A Gallenkamp and Company Limited
Group shot of object 1923-104 and parts (left to right): 1923-104 Pt1 Calorimeter bomb for Berthelot-Mahler calorimeter

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Group shot of object 1923-104 and parts (left to right): 1923-104 Pt1 Calorimeter bomb for Berthelot-Mahler calorimeter
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Two nickel-plated, brass tubes with screw connectors for attachment the lid of the Berthelot-Mahler Bomb, by A. Gallenkamp & Co. Ltd., London, England, 1889. Used in conjunction with Berthelot-Mahler Bomb Calorimeter for water & carbon dioxide determination.

Details

Category:
Heat
Object Number:
1923-104 Pt9
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy) and nickel plated
Measurements:
overall (x2): 117 mm 13 mm,
type:
tubing - object
taxonomy:
  • component - object
  • furnishing and equipment
  • measuring device - instrument
credit:
Fisons plc (Scientific Equipment Division); A Gallenkamp and Company Limited