Set of Beevers Lipson Strips, Sine Set, c.1936
|Inventory Number:|| 80368|
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|Brief Description:||A set of Beevers-Lipson Strips used by crystallographers for studying the structure of crystals. The case is wedge shaped and split into many small compartments each house hundreds of paper strips.|
|Provenance:||Transferred from the Department of Crystallography, Oxford, per Professor Keith Prout.
Likely to have been used by Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin in the late 1930s / early 1940s as part of her Nobel Prize winning research.|