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Guillaume Duchenne de Boulogne, Duchenne de Boulogne, faradising the frontal muscles, 1883 (published), Lithograph, Wellcome Collection, Wellcome Library, London (M0011346), LL/36750
 
Scientific experiments
Contents
Introduction
384.01   Introduction to scientific experiments
384.02   Automatic registration of instruments
384.03   Photographs that capture data
Photographers
384.04   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Teneriffe - An Astronomer’s Experiment (1857)
384.05   Dr Guillaume-Amant Duchenne de Boulogne and Adrien Tournachon: Mécanisme de la physionomie humaine, ou analyse électrophysiologique des passions (1876)
384.06   Jules Bernard Luys: Les Emotions chez les sujets en état d'hypnotisme (1887)
384.07   Etienne Jules Marey: Physiological Station at Paris
384.08   Eadweard Muybridge: Experimental establishments
384.09   Berenice Abbott: Science
384.10   Harold E. Edgerton: Night experiments at Stonehenge
Experiments
384.11   Instantaneous photography - The exploding mule (6 June 1881)
384.12   War: Atomic explosions: Destruction of test house
Test strips
384.13   Photographic test strips
 
  
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