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Laboratory Scientific Glassblowing by
Call Number: Open Stacks TP859.2 .L43
Publication Date: Hackensack, New Jersey: World Scientific, 2017
Glass technical data -- Basic tools and equipment for scientific glassblowing -- Working environment regulations ; Workshop layout -- Safe glass handling -- Hand techniques -- Hand torch techniques -- Vacuum manifold ; vacuum measurement ; Schlenk lines -- Silvering of glassware -- Packed columns -- Round bottomed flasks ; Various techniques for attaching side arms -- Standards of competence -- Drawing on experience.
Scientific Glassblowing by
Call Number: TP859.2 .W56
Publication Date: 1958
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Scientific Glassblowing, reprint by
Call Number: TP859.2 .W56r
Publication Date: 2015
Contents: History of glass -- Glass and its working characteristics -- Glassblowing equipment -- Basic operations -- Fundamental glassblowing seals -- Practice pieces to make -- Grinding glass -- Glass to metal seals -- Graded seals -- The coating of glass and metal surfaces with a thin film of metal -- Purification of mercury -- Fractional distillation -- High vacuum -- Metal working -- Electrical heaters -- Miscellaneous equipment and procedures.
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History of Scientific Glassblowing
La collezione di vetreria scientifica. by
Call Number: QD53.C69
Publication Date: Siena: Nuova immagine, 1999.
Notes: Essay on the beginnings of the Italian scientific glassware industry (p. 21-27); maker marks (p. 39-41).
The Long Life of Magical Objects by
Call Number: BF1621.I23 2019z
Publication Date: University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019
Includes a chapter, "Bottles for the Demons," pp. 60-79, relating to Cartesian divers ("Diavoletto di Cartesio") and the tradition of entrapping demons.
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