Davy Infra-red Reflection Apparatus, base

Made:
1876
maker:
Matthew Jackson
and
Humphry Davy
Davy apparatus to demonstrate that heat can be reflected in a vacuum, owned by M.Jackson, London, England, 1876. Front SMG00044133

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Davy apparatus to demonstrate that heat can be reflected in a vacuum, owned by M.Jackson, London, England, 1876. Front
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SMG00044133
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Glass dome, part of apparatus to demonstrate that heat can be reflected in a vacuum, owned by Matthew Jackson, made by Sir Humphrey Davy, London, England, 1876

Details

Category:
Heat
Object Number:
1876-481/1
type:
physics demonstration equipment
credit:
Jackson, M.