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Title
Sargent polarograph machine in lab
Contributor
UCSF Archives and Special Collections
Date Created and/or Issued
undated
Contributing Institution
UC San Francisco, Library, Special Collections
Collection
Day (Robert L.) Collection
Rights Information
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Rights Holder and Contact
Regents of the University of California
Description
Scope/Content: Sargent polarograph machine in lab. The polarographic method was developed by Czech chemist Jaroslav Heyrovský in 1922. Three years later Heyrovský built the first polarograph with his Japanese colleague, Masuzo Shikata. Heyrovský was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1959 “for his discovery and development of the polarographic methods of analysis.” This particular model was recommended for analyses in which only one substance was being determined.
Type
image
Form/Genre
slide
Identifier
MSS2011_23_slides_UCSF_Labs_194.jpg
Subject
University of California, San Francisco. School of Pharmacy
UCSF Labs
slides
day collection
Source
UCSF Collection MSS 2011-23
Relation
UCSF School of Pharmacy

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