Junkers Calorimeter

Junkers Calorimeter

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Hugo Junkers (1859-1935) was a German engineer best known for having pioneered the development of metal airplanes. He also designed a calorimeter for determining the heat units of a burner in terms of the amount of gas consumed, which received a German patent in 1892 and subsequent patents in other countries. This instrument is of that sort.
Ref: Central Scientific, Physical and Chemical Apparatus (Chicago, 1912), p. 129.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
heat exchange apparatus
calorimeter
Measurements
overall: 12 1/2 in x 4 1/8 in; 31.75 cm x 10.4775 cm
ID Number
PH.326956
catalog number
326956
accession number
264801
subject
Science & Scientific Instruments
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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