Coil of iron pipe with porous
Coil of iron pipe with porous plug used by James Joule c.1860
Porous plugs are attached to one end of the coil. The piping is made of iron having an external diameter of 1 1/16 inch and 3/16 inch wall, the brass vessel containing the plugs is 6 inches long and has an external diameter of 3 5/8 inch.
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- iron pipe
- Gift of University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology
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