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Orsat's gas analyser

21 March 2014 Classic Kit

Raising a glass to measuring gas

Döbereiner’s lighter

3 March 2014 Classic Kit

Chemistry’s rule of three

Essen's clock

27 January 2014 Classic Kit

Making every second count

Tsvett's column

9 January 2014 Classic Kit

Separation brings sciences together

The Braggs' spectrometer

2 December 2013 Classic Kit

A structured family

Lichtenberg's figures

4 November 2013 Classic Kit

Science's most copied discovery

Michelson's interferometer

4 October 2013 Classic Kit

Science at the speed of light

Kirchhoff's spectroscope

3 September 2013 Classic Kit

Illuminating the dark corners of science

Runge's pictures

1 August 2013 Classic Kit

Shades of chromatography

Pictet's liquefier

1 July 2013 Classic Kit

Creating the coldest points on Earth

Moissan's furnace

3 June 2013 Classic Kit

The arc of extreme chemistry

Anschütz’s manometer

23 April 2013 Classic Kit

A compact and convenient distillation aid

Geiger's tube

25 March 2013 Classic Kit

The ticking counter of individual atomic events

Castner's electrode

1 March 2013 Classic Kit

Bringing the spark of life to the chemical industry

Coolidge’s x-ray tube

24 January 2013 Classic Kit

A light to reveal the atomic order of the world

Wedgwood’s pyrometer

19 December 2012 Classic Kit

Taming the fiery heat of kiln and furnace

Karl Fischer’s titrator

3 December 2012 Classic Kit

Putting the crunch into those moreish goodies

Penning’s vacuum gauge

31 October 2012 Classic Kit

Born not from the spark of an idea but the afterglow

Dufton's spiral column

1 October 2012 Classic Kit

The winding path to chemical virtue

Lüer's syringe

28 August 2012 Classic Kit

An innovation that launched a family empire

Chattaway's spatula

23 July 2012 Classic Kit

Trusty companion of intrepid chemical explorers

Luggin's capillary

1 July 2012 Classic Kit

Do you cringe when a relationship is described as involving ‘chemistry’?

Turing’s machine

31 May 2012 Classic Kit

Alan Turing, perhaps not often remembered as a chemist, provided the starting point for computational chemistry

Scheibel's column

30 April 2012 Classic Kit

Liquid-liquid extraction attracts a little poetic licence

Pirani's gauge

31 March 2012 Classic Kit

A 'lightbulb moment' in measuring vacuum pressure