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Hand sketch apparatus made by Lavoisier in the 1770s, this device intended to prove combustion of hydrogen led water formation. It also was used as quantitative analysis for stoichiometry of hydrogen combustion.

  • Courtesy of Manuel Pulido Bosch and Francisco Romero Hinojosa.


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