The "Primo Levi" Museum of Chemistry, which was established in 1986, boasts an area divided into two rooms; one has a historical character, while the second is dedicated to interactive experiences. The Museum exhibits and preserves scientific equipment, didactic instruments, collections of chemicals and documents belonging to S.Cannizzaro and his group, dating back to 1872, when Cannizzaro arrived in Rome and established the Royal Chemical Institute. Among the exhibits are cryoscopes, ebullioscopes, thermometers, antique instruments for elemental analysis, colorimeters, spectroscopes and Von Scroeder's tables on the first chemical plants. Finally, there is also equipment for measuring radioactivity, built by G.A. Blanc, who worked at the Institute at the beginning of the 20th century.