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Wave Demonstration Device

Wave Demonstration Device

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Description
This small wave demonstration device came from the physics department at Fordham University. The “Max Kohl A.G. Chemnitz” inscription indicates a date of 1908 or later. The firm termed this instrument a “Transverse Wave Machine for the Projection Lantern.”
Ref: Max Kohl, A.G., Physical Apparatus (Chemnitz, [1912]), vol. 2, p. 415
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
wave demonstration
date made
after 1908
maker
Max Kohl
place made
Germany: Saxony, Chemnitz
Measurements
overall: 7 5/16 in x 8 3/8 in x 3 in; 18.57375 cm x 21.2725 cm x 7.62 cm
ID Number
PH.325691
catalog number
325691
accession number
257690
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National Museum of American History
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