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Description: The Porter Chemical Co. of Hagerstown, MD develop experiments to be used in children's chemistry and science sets

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Clip #: MF-29A
Length: 3:05
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Maryland
Subject: Science
Original: 16mm
1950s, Maryland, Hagerstown, Porter Chemical Company, science, chemists, male research scientists performing experiments in lab, male research scientist pouring liquid from beaker into graduated cylinder, sulfuric acid poured over sugar in beaker increasing in volume and turning black, male scientist wiping his face and eyes with handkerchief, mans hand writing x's next to typed writing on page, entomology, scientist looking at slide of flea in microscope, female worker filling bottles held in rack with scoops of powdered substance, female worker using tweezers to install lenses for toy microscopes into holders, female worker assembling microscope, female workers assembling Chemcraft science sets on assembly line, laboratory sets, chemistry sets, boys playing with chemistry kit and heating test tube with candle, girl painting picture with paint made from compounds and sprinkling salt over to make colors change, facade school, chemistry teacher demonstrating experiment to young male and female students, young male and female students performing chemistry experiments in school laboratory

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