Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) engraving portrait - Vintage Nostalgia
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) engraving portrait

Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac was a french chemist, physicist and inventor, known for the discovery of water composition, the two law of gases with his name and for the alcoholic beverage measure degree.

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Engraving XIX century, prepared  microscope ready to use - Vintage Nostalgia
Engraving XIX century, prepared microscope ready to use

Microscope ready to use with pinions to focus the lens over the glass and steel arm-rests attached to the sides of the stage for comfort

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Seibert microscope, vintage engraving - Vintage Nostalgia
Seibert microscope, vintage engraving

Description of a Seibert microscope, vintage engraving XIX century

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Optical spectrometer or spectroscope, vintage engraving XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Optical spectrometer or spectroscope, vintage engraving XIX century

Spectroscope, instrument measuring light property over the electromagnetic spectrum in order to detect and identify materials

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Binocular and quadriocular microscope, XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Binocular and quadriocular microscope, XIX century

Laboratory equipment at end XIX century, Binocular and quadriocular microscope

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Compound microscope, vintage engraving XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Compound microscope, vintage engraving XIX century

Compound microscope uses a lens close to the object being viewed to collect light and focuses a real image of the object inside the microscope. That image is then magnified by a second lens( eyepiece) that gives the viewer an … Continued

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Chemistry lab of Altdorf University in 18th century - Vintage Nostalgia
Chemistry lab of Altdorf University in 18th century

Chemistry laboratory at Altdorf University near Nuremberg, XVIII century vintage engraving

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Middle age alchemist lab - Vintage Nostalgia
Middle age alchemist lab

Middle age illustration of an alchemist working in his workshop with an apprentice

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Chemistry:  burning hydrogen produces pure water - Vintage Nostalgia
Chemistry: burning hydrogen produces pure water

How to prove that burning hydrogen produces pure water as “ash”. In the left-hand bottle bits of zinc are oxidised by a diluted sulphuric acid being poured in; the resulting hydrogen is collected through the second neck and exiccated in … Continued

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Chemistry: vapor density determination - Vintage Nostalgia
Chemistry: vapor density determination

Lab equipment for vapor density determination. Vapor density is the density of a vapour in relation to that of hydrogen. It may be defined as mass of a certain volume of a substance divided by mass of same volume of … Continued

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Chemistry: lab equipment for nitrogen production - Vintage Nostalgia
Chemistry: lab equipment for nitrogen production

Nitrogen gas is an industrial gas produced by the fractional distillation of liquid air. Nitrogen is formally considered to have been discovered by Scottish physician Daniel Rutherford in 1772, Lavoisier referred to it as “mephitic air” or azote.

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Chemistry: early spectroscope using prisms with graduations marking wavelengths of light - Vintage Nostalgia
Chemistry: early spectroscope using prisms with graduations marking wavelengths of light

Optical spectrometer or spectroscope is an instrument used in spectroscopy for producing spectral lines and measuring their wavelengths and intensities. Joseph von Fraunhofer developed the first modern spectroscope, Gustav Robert Kirchhoff and Robert Bunsen discovered the application of spectroscopes to … Continued

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