Assemblies of flasks, bubbler absorption tubes and enclosed lamps make possible the burning of liquid samples and the collection of the gases formed. Here a chemist and laboratory assistants at the Experimental Station operate apparatus for determining sulfur in liquid samples.
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator), Pix, Inc. (photographer)
By measuring the angle through which a beam of plane polarized light is rotated, the polarimeter saves a great amount of time in analytical procedures. In this picture, a laboratory assistant records results of test on the polarimeter at the Experimental Station.