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Classic Kit Number Seventy Something: Lichtenberg’s Figures

I have to tell you that I’ve been thinking about printers of late. I know. This risks being one of the most boring posts of all time, but humour me and read on. I’ve been thinking of printers in part … Continue reading

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More about Perkin’s Triangle

A long time ago I wrote a column about the Perkin Triangle.  The device, named after William Perkin Jr., the son of the man who invented mauveine, is used by chemists to collect multiple fractions from a distillation. When I … Continue reading

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