Oesper 1964 J Chem Educ
|Oesper P (1964) The history of the Warburg apparatus: Some reminiscences on its use. J Chem Educ 41:294.|
Abstract: The Warburg apparatus is a device for measuring the pressure of a gas at constant volume and constant temperature so that the pressure is a measure of the quantity of gas and changes in pressure reflect the production or absorption of gas.
• Keywords: Respirometry, History
Labels: MiParea: Instruments;methods