Daniel E. Kelm has a keen interest in the history of chemistry and is an avid collector of chemical and physical apparatus.
He re-creates historical scientific experiments and lab environments, and offers services as a consultant to museums creating videos and installations. He may also be engaged to provide a demonstration and lecture in a public venue.
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DANIEL E. KELM
Bamboo and glassware sculpture, set up to display distillation.
Daniel demonstrates blowpipe analysis of metallic ore for the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.
ONE MATCH FILMS
A bead of gold is separated from the dross in the process called cupellation.