Gas light burners William Tite
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Gas light burners
Plate 3 from the Bakerian Lecture paper "On the composition and analysis of the imflammable gaseous compounds resulting from the destructive distillation of coal and oil, with some remarks on their relative heating and illuminating powers", by William Thomas Brande, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.110 (1820), pp.11-28. Three figures showing an Argand burner (figures 1 and 2) and a rose burner (figure 3). Signed lower left "Wm. Tite delt."
Original: ink on board. 1819
- Image reference: RS-8683
- The Royal Society
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