Synthetic rubber preparations, in three glass jars and one sealed phial

Made:
c. 1892
preparer:
William Augustus Tilden

Selection of three glass jars with stoppers or lids, and one sealed phial containing sample preparations of artificial rubber from Isoprene made from turpentine, probably prepared by William Tilden, England, c 1892 (see note)

Three glass tubes or jars containing specimens illustrating the preparation of rubber from isoprene synthesised from turpentine.

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1915-352/1
Materials:
cotton (fibre), glass, isoprene, paper (fibre product)
type:
synthetic rubber
taxonomy:
  • organic material

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