2 edition of Laboratory glass blowing found in the catalog.
Laboratory glass blowing
Francis C. Frary
Originally published as "Laboratory manual of glass blowing".
|Statement||by Francis C. Frary, Cyril S. Taylor [and] Junius David Edwards.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Cyril S., Edwards, Junius David.|
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This book explains and demonstrates the methods involved in scientific glassblowing. It describes elementary to advanced glass manipulation together with technical information on its safe use and development in the laboratory/5(10).
Excerpt from A Handbook of Laboratory Glass-Blowing To cover the whole field of glass-blowing in a small handbook would be impossible. To attempt even a complete outline of the methods used in making commercial apparatus would involve more than could be undertaken without omitting the essential details of manipulation that a novice needs.3/5(3).
Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This special re-print edition of Francis C. Frary's book "A Laboratory Manual of Glass Blowing" is a guide to glass blowing and glass working.
Written inthis classic text provides insight into everything a person would wish to know about the art of glass blowing. A Handbook of Laboratory Glass Blowing. To cover the whole field of glass-blowing in a small handbook would be impossible.
To attempt even a complete outline of the methods used in making commercial apparatus would involve more than could be undertaken without omitting the essential details of manipulation that a novice needs.
One of the most important factors in the success of any piece of glass-blowing is the glass employed. As is well known, there are two general varieties of glass: Lead glass and soda glass. Formerly much apparatus was made of lead glass, but at present it 5/5(1).
Purchase Glassblowing for Laboratory Technicians - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNManual of Laboratory Glass-Blowing R. Wright Laboratory glass-blowing, like most arts, tends to change its objectives and methods in response to changing demands on its practitioners and changing resources open to them.
—This is scarcely within the scope of a book on glass-blowing for laboratory purposes, but it may be said that the lens may be ground by means of a permutating mould of hard lead or type-metal. Laboratory glass blowing book The rough shaping is done with coarse carborundum or emery, and.
I purchased this book with low expectations, but man was I shocked. I'm a major in scientific glass technology, at SCC, and this book covers everything from our first semester. Almost like our Professor, (a 30+ year scientific glassblower) wrote it himself. If you're interested in getting into blowing scientific glass, this is the book for you!3/5(7).
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GENRE. Fiction & Literature. Yes, the glass softened, but it was very hard to shape—performing a simple butt-end tube join took upwards of minutes as I waited for the glass to soften each time and then took it out of the ﬂame to work the joint.
I was lucky if I could get one or two seconds of working time after I took the glass out of the hottest cone of the ﬂame. PREFACE. The purpose of this little book is to provide a clear and detailed discussion of the elements of glass-blowing.
Many laboratories in this country, especially in the west, are located a long way from any professional glass-blower, and the time and money spent in shipping broken apparatus several hundred miles to be mended could often be saved if some of the laboratory force. AHandbookof LaboratoryGlass-Blowing WITHNUMEROUSDIAGRAMSINTHETEXT BYNAOMIBOLAS LONDON GEORGEROUTLEDGE&SONS,LTD NEWYORK:&CO.
A MBO for working glass is frequently encountered in scientific UIMrch and teaching, particularly in the field of physical chemistry. h many laboratories this problem is solved by the employment of professional glass-blowers, and the research worker requires little or 10 skill in the manipulation of glass.
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Utterly fascinating to the user of scientific glassware, designing experimental equipment for separations / synthesis / analysis. It also reminds of the exquisitely high manipulative skills of the glassblower.
PREFACE. The purpose of this little book is to provide a clear and detailed discussion of the elements of glass-blowing. Many laboratories in this country, especially in the west, are located a long way from any professional glass-blower, and the time and money spent in shipping broken apparatus several hundred miles to be mended could often be saved if some of the laboratory force could seal.
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pothead buying a beginning glass blowing book trying to create a Chihuly looking bong equals a recipe for disaster IMO but that would only be after the sale (of the book) is made.
lol. blowing good glass is ridiculous difficult. It takes years and years to become proficient. It is very difficult indeed. There are many thousands of glass compositions commercially and custom made, each with their own specific chemical, thermal, optical and physical properties.
The types of glasses found most often in the chemistry laboratory will be in the borosilicate family. The scientific glassblower may be called upon to do more than "blow" glass. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. A Handbook of Laboratory Glass-Blowing by Bernard D.
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