Can anyone help me identify some chemistry glassware? Answered

I recently acquired some old glassware from a university sale, and I have a couple of pieces that I have not seen before. Can anyone assist me in identification?  The first item appears to be meant for gas samples. It has a stopcock on both ends and has a large space between. The gas inside is NO2. The second looks like an addition funnel with a water cooled stem.

Question by cdorris 4 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


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Topic by GreenD 9 years ago


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