Browne's tube

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A small glass tube containing a red heat-sensitive dye used as a chemical indicator for sterilization. The dye changes colour to green after a defined period of time at a certain temperature but is not proof of sterilization. It was invented by Albert Browne Ltd in 1930.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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