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Allihn condenser

Allihn condenser or "bulb condenser" or "reflux condenser" named after Felix Richard Allihn (1854–1915).An inexpensive condenser, giving greater surface area than the corresponding Liebig type due to the bulb sections. This ...

Jacketed coil condenser

Jacketed coil condenser. A double surface condenser having a coil as an inner cooling surface. This type has approximately twice the surface of a plain double surface condenser of the same effective length.Description from https://www.austscien...

Coiled condenser

Glass coiled condenser is used to cool and condense a gas back to a liquid, often as part of the process of chemical distillation

Davies double surface condenser

Davies double surface condenser. Increased surface area and effectiveness compared with a corresponding Liebig condenser. Description from https://www.austscientific.com.au/product/condensers/

Dufton fractionating column condenser

Dufton fractionating column condenser. Dufton columns have an accurately fitted Dufton glass spiral which can be removed for cleaning purposes etc. This type of column has proved exceedingly successful in gas analysis. Description from https://...

Graham condenser - coiled type

Graham condenser - coiled type. The surface area is considerably greater than the corresponding Liebig condenser of similar dimensions. The coil condenser is extremely efficient in the reflux mode where counter-current cooling is possible. Descr...

Graham condenser (Inland Revenue)

Graham condenser (Inland Revenue). Used for standard Inland Revenue test and control methods by brewers etc, the Inland Revenue condenser employs the use of coolant flow outside the coil. This condenser is very efficient but must not be used fo...

Liebig condenser

Liebig condenser. Designed to give turbulent flow in the water jacket with a comparatively slow rate of flow of coolant water by use of a small annular space. Description from https://www.austscientific.com.au/product/condensers/

Liebig condenser

Liebig condenser. Designed to give turbulent flow in the water jacket with a comparatively slow rate of flow of coolant water by use of a small annular space. Description from https://www.austscientific.com.au/product/condensers/

Soxhlet extractor - small

A Soxhlet extractor is laboratory equipment made of glass. Invented by Franz von Soxhlet in 1879. It has a flask, an extraction chamber, and a condenser. It can be used for solid-liquid extractions.

Soxhlet extractor - large

A Soxhlet extractor is laboratory equipment made of glass. Invented by Franz von Soxhlet in 1879. It has a flask, an extraction chamber, and a condenser. It can be used for solid-liquid extractions.

Thistle funnel - straight

A thistle tube is a piece of laboratory glassware consisting of a shaft of tube, with a reservoir and funnel-like section at the top. Thistle tubes are typically used by chemists to add liquid to an existing system or apparatus. Thistle funnels ar...

Thistle funnel - airlock

A thistle tube is a piece of laboratory glassware consisting of a shaft of tube, with a reservoir and funnel-like section at the top. Thistle tubes are typically used by chemists to add liquid to an existing system or apparatus. Thistle funnels ar...

Pressure equalising funnel

Used when liquids have to be introduced into vessels under vacuum. Also known as a dropping funnel which is a type of laboratory glassware used to transfer fluids. They are fitted with a stopcock which allows the flow to be controlled. Dropping fu...

Specific gravity bottles

Specific gravity bottles determine liquid densities by measuring the difference between an empty and filled bottle and dividing by an equal volume of water to find the specific gravity of the substance. These bottles are also known as a density bo...

Retort

A retort is a device used for distillation or dry distillation of substances. It consists of a spherical vessel with a long downward-pointing neck. The liquid to be distilled is placed in the vessel and heated. The neck acts as a condenser, allowi...

Fractionating column

A laboratory fractionating column is a piece of glassware used to separate vaporized mixtures of liquid compounds with close volatility.

King River Gorge, Mt Lyell Railway

The image appears on a printed playing card (7 of Spades) with legend in text at the bottom. The cards were part of a tourism promotion campaign by the Northern Tasmanian Tourist Association, printed and distributed just after the Great War (World...

View of the All Nations Hotel, Zeehan, Tasmania

Image is likely sourced from a newspaper or publication as it shows title at the bottom: Roe's All Nations Hotel, Zeehan. It also identifies the photographer and states "Sands & McDougall Ltd Collotype". The view is very early a...

Bishop-Osbourne

View of the Central Hotel, Zeehan, Tasmania

Image is an advertisement with the Hotel in the centre and text above and below providing the name, address, proprietor and telephone number. Image also records that the "Photo taken during stay of Royal Welsh Male Choir at the Hotel."

View of the Central Hotel, Zeehan, Tasmania

Image likely sourced from a newspaper or publication as it has a printed legend at the bottom stating that the "Photo taken during stay of Royal Welsh Male Choir at the Hotel." Label added later identifying the subject and date.

Former Crown Inn at Bothwell

Colour photograph shows former Crown Inn at 15 Alexander Street, Bothwell, with distinctive colour crown insignia above first-storey veranda and coloured light globes mounted along balcony

Former Bridge Hotel at Ouse

Colour landscape photograph shows exterior of derelict Bridge Hotel at Ouse, situated in the crook of the Ouse River, a sandstone, weatherboard and tin structure, with windows boarded up

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