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Gilbert chemistry sets
Gilbert chemistry sets

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There are 7 comments for this item.

Posted by sandrak320 at 2:16 pm (PDT) on Thu April 4, 2019   
Yes. It held two test tubes. There was a pump on the top and it spun around.
Posted by Duff at 1:50 pm (PDT) on Thu April 4, 2019   
centrifuge???
Posted by sandrak320 at 1:35 pm (PDT) on Thu April 4, 2019   
Mine came with a lot of chemicals, test tubes, scale, centrifuge, alcohol burner, stand, beaker, and asbestos pad.
Posted by freddo30 at 9:16 pm (PDT) on Sat April 2, 2016   
You'd have to have a license and disposal permit to use some of this stuff now
Posted by Bob Matthews at 11:12 am (PST) on Tue December 17, 2013   
Now that's funny Tongue Out
Posted by Jacqui at 7:19 pm (PST) on Sat December 7, 2013   
My sister had one of these, or something similar, and one time, when our father was threatening her with a spanking, held up a liquid-filled test tube and said "One more step and we'll all go together........."
Posted by obie--wan-kenobi at 1:37 am (PDT) on Mon September 24, 2012   
I had a couple of these. They came in different sizes, from simple / beginner to more complex. I enjoyed mine. Sulphur makes excellent stink bombs.

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