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Glass pneumatic trough, wooden tripod and inverted flask [PN0006]

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Location: Case 11, Pneumatic Chemistry I (Bottom shelf, right)

Item: No. PN0006, Glass pneumatic trough, wooden tripod and inverted flask

Inventor: Antoine Lavoisier, 1743-1794.

Dimensions: Jar: 6.5" x 10" x 14", Tripod: 4.5" x 13", Flask: 10" x 11"

Period Represented: circa 1774

Use: See period descriptions

Source: Jar and Flask: UC Purchase; Wooden Tripod: Oberlin Historical Society

Status: Modern reproduction built by W. B. Jensen based on period descriptions

Condition: Excellent

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