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Bunsen burner, London, England, 1874-1905

The Bunsen burner is named after Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (1811-1899), who inspired the development of the laboratory burner which mixed gas and air before burning, in the mid-1850s. The Bunsen burner is shown here with a Hilger wavelength spectroscope (1981-151). It may have been used to set the spectroscope up for a demonstration.

Object number:

1905-103/2

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Glossary: laboratory

Rooms, buildings, or groups of buildings equipped with apparatus for scientific experiments or other research, testing, and investigations.

Glossary: Bunsen burner

A piece of science equipment common in laboratories and used for heating, combustion and sterilization. It is fed with flammable gas and produces an open flame, which can be regulated by an air valve.