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Humans have been preoccupied with purity for thousands of years
The vacuum distillation apparatus invented by Leonard Temple Thorne, but with Perkin's name on it
Signer's elegant apparatus for measuring molecular weights in solution
The other day I found myself in the supermarket staring at a frozen cliff of buttery spreads
In the name of effective multi-tasking, modern technology tries to combine as many functions into one small gadget as possible
Few who have listened to the music of Richard Wagner can remain indifferent to it.
A thing of rare beauty which every chemist should have on their mantelpiece
George Bernard Shaw once described Britain and America as being 'two countries divided by a common language
Western travellers to the East fuelled a fashion for Orientalism which reached its height in the 19th century
Beer has made an immense contribution to humanity generally and to chemists in particular
Does anyone blow glass in chemistry labs any more?
Titrations are the symbol of all that is boring in science
It has long been said that nature abhors a vacuum
In one of the more memorable passages from his memoirs Heinrich Schliemann - the infamous Russian-German archaeologist, adventurer and gold-digger - describes entering a shaft tomb
There was a time, long ago, that few of us remember, when you couldn't just head down to the basement and get a quick NMR or mass spectrum of your latest compound
If there's one piece of glassware other than a conical flask that spells the word 'chemistry' in the minds of most people it is Kipp's apparatus
One sure-fire way of entering the chemical pantheon is to get your name associated with a piece of kit
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