Hygiene. No. 1. Breathing

United Kingdom

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Demonstrates the experiments in the chemical process of burning and oxygenation and illustrates by growing plants, that oxygen is essential for life. Various methods of recording the inhalation and exhalation of breath are explained by animated diagrams.

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Gaumont-British Instructional


Donald Carter



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