Date: Wed Dec 3 21:27:15 2008

Author: chuck britton

Subject: Re: Hilton Geyser

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In the old days - many homes had small versions of this - they were
called coffee percolators.



On Dec 3, 2008, at Dec 3(Wed) 11:30 , Bernard Cleyet wrote:

> The exploratorium has several. The tubes' tops are capped by large
> basins to catch the geysers' effluents.
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> http://www.exploratorium.edu/cmp/exhibits/g/geyser.html
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> bc
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> On 2008, Dec 02, , at 11:36, William Maddox wrote:
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>> From: WC Maddox
>>
>> The only thing in Hilton's Physics Demonstration Experiments at
>> Jewell College about the Geyser apparatus is " The demo equipment
>> is shown in Fig H-5e. It requires much heat and a large burner. It
>> is a rather messy experiment and is not recommended unless help is
>> available to clean up mess; however, it does work and students
>> like it."' Also a paragraph about natural geysers.
>>
>> Device in picture has a rectangular device(heater?) on bottom, a
>> cone shaped section with small end up, and a cylindrical shape on
>> top.
>>
>> Any information about Max Kohl company would be appreciated. We
>> have a few items in the Demo Room by this company. I would like to
>> get an idea how old they are.
>>
>> End Message
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at 11:36, William Maddox wrote: From: WC Maddox The only thing in Hilton's Physics =
Demonstration Experiments at Jewell College about the Geyser apparatus =
is " The demo equipment is shown in Fig H-5e. It requires much heat and =
a large burner. It is a rather messy experiment and is not recommended =
unless help is available to clean up mess; however, it does work and =
students like it."' Also a paragraph about natural geysers. =
Device in picture has a rectangular device(heater?) on bottom, a cone =
shaped section with small end up, and a cylindrical shape on =
top. Any information about Max Kohl company would be =
appreciated. We have a few items in the Demo Room by this company. I =
would like to get an idea how old they are. End Message =
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