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Engraving Framed Print featuring the drawing Sectional View Of Gay-lussacs Lead by Print Collector

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8.00" x 6.50"

Mat Border:

2.00"

Frame Width:

0.88"

Overall:

13.50" x 12.00"

 

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Sectional View Of Gay-lussacs Lead Framed Print

Print Collector

by Print Collector

$142.07

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Sectional View Of Gay-lussacs Lead framed print by Print Collector.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Sectional view of Gay-Lussac's lead chambers and absorption towers, 1870. These were for the large-scale production of sulphuric acid also (Oil of... more

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Artist's Description

Sectional view of Gay-Lussac's lead chambers and absorption towers, 1870. These were for the large-scale production of sulphuric acid also (Oil of Vitriol or H2SO4), one of the most important industrial chemicals. Invented in 1827, Gay-Lussac's (1778-1850) method only came into use after the invention by John Glover (1817-1902) of the denitrating tower (E) some thirty years later. From Les Merveilles de l'Industrie by Louis Figuier. (Paris, c1870). Engraving. (Photo by Oxford Science Archive/Print Collector/Getty Images)Image provided by Getty Images.

 

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