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March 17, 1928


JAMA. 1928;90(11):847. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.92690380003012c

Further experimentation with my analytic bucket has revealed to me that the technic of attaching the gauze strips to the cavities in the bucket by means of melted paraffin is not the best that might be employed, and I have modified the bucket so that there is no necessity for attaching the test strips. As indicated at A in the illustration, the bucket is now constructed so that a space is left between the central column and the outer shell, and it is in this space that the paper test strips are inserted. There are four openings or fenestrae in the outer shell, so that the fluids may take effect on the test strips. The bottom of the central column is so threaded that the bottom of the bucket may be screwed to it. In place of attaching the gauze strips by paraffin, as was formerly necessary, the technician need now only

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