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Mutant Pegs—Previous Owner Obviously Chemist
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Irv
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May 18, 2019 - 8:16 pm
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Another edition of my mutant series.  It took me a while to determine how the string holes were drilled in the glass pegs.  These are used in burette cylinders to pour out precise quantities of fluids.ADAEC7C8-9B53-4C6D-945D-E4707E63EEC1.jpegImage Enlarger

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Kind of cool actually

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So, of course I wanted to know what a Burnet cylinder was and this is what google had to say about that...

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