Nesbitt Absorption Bath

Nesbitt Absorption Bath

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The Nesbitt absorption bath was designed by Charles E. Nesbitt, chief chemist of the Carnegie Steel Co., for the rapid absorption of carbon dioxide in carbon determinations.
Ref: Arthur H. Thomas, Laboratory Apparatus and Reagents (Philadelphia, 1921), p. 172.
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Object Name
Nesbitt Absorption Bath
Associated Place
United States: New Jersey
overall: 16.5 cm x 8.6 cm x 3.9 cm; 6 1/2 in x 3 3/8 in x 1 9/16 in
overall: 6 5/8 in x 3 1/2 in x 1 1/2 in; 16.8275 cm x 8.89 cm x 3.81 cm
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Gift of University of Pennsylvania, Chemistry Lab
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National Museum of American History
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