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Title: Instruments for Natural Philosophy
Url: http://physics.kenyon.edu/EarlyApparatus/
Creator: Greenslade, Thomas Boardman
Publisher: Kenyon College
Description: This web site is an extensive collection of images and descriptions of historical instruments used in the physical sciences. Images of over 1800 pieces of apparatus are included along with information and references about each. The collection is divided into topics covering all of classical physics. Many of the items were used for demonstrations, labs, or other teaching purposes.
LC Classification: Science -- Physics -- History -- Addresses, essays, lectures
Science -- Physics -- Study and teaching. Research -- General works
Science -- Science (General) -- Study and teaching -- Addresses, essays, lectures
GEM Subject: Science -- Physics
Science -- Instructional issues
Key Concept: Physics
Resource Type: Collection
Reference Material
Audio/Visual -- Image/Image Set
Format: Document -- HTML
Audience: Educator
Learner
Education Level: High School
Higher Education
Higher Education -- Undergraduate (Lower Division)
Higher Education -- Undergraduate (Upper Division)
Higher Education -- Technical Education (Lower Division)
Vocational/Professional Development Education
Language: English
Access Rights: Free access
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