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Coolidge X-Ray Tube, by General Electric, USA, c. 1940

Inventory Number: 14269
Object Type:
Place Created: USA North America
Subject Classification(s): Animist Objects By Socio-religious Grouping Other  
Accession Number: 1969-30/1
Brief Description: Water-cooled glass tube with copper target and iron electrodes. Used for crystallographic analysis. With rubber/plastic sheath-type grip. Connection between the two parts of the glass tube is broken.
Primary Inscriptions: Printed on glass "CA-6 / COOLIDGE TUBE / GE / MADE IN U.S.A."
Provenance: Used in Department of Chemical Crystallography, Oxford. Transferred from the Department of Chemical Crystallography per. Mr. F. Welch and Prof. H. M. Powell.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Glass
Plastic/rubber
Copper
Steel
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
727 92 mm

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