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beaker

a cylindrical flat-bottomed container used in laboratories, usually made of glass and having a pouring lip

beaker

[′bē·kər]
(naval architecture)
A shipboard vessel, usually used for storing water.
(science and technology)
A deep, open-mouthed, cylindrical vessel with thin walls, which usually has a projecting lip for pouring.
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Place one WHITE flattened puffin into the 200 ml of water of your first beaker and stir.
The film for the drinking beakers is disinfected with UV-C radiation before contact with the forming or sealing die, so that no microbes can get into the drink.
Will the water temperature start out the same in the test tubes inside beakers A and B?
Rosti Mepal lunchbox, EUR10, and beaker, EUR11, both Debenhams
The Amesbury Archer and the Boscombe Bowmen; Bell Beaker burials at Boscombe Down, Amesbury, Wiltshire.
The machine reports an increases of 3 to 4 times greater productivity than traditional dyers by: Independent dyeing control for each of the 18 beakers.
Horn beakers are one of those things that have actually gone down in value in recent years, but there will always be discerning collectors for an example with this amount of age and colour.
They amused me for weeks until, of course, the bobble and blue plastic covers were lost and they became just beakers again
Pour a small amount from each sample into different beakers marked accordingly.
On the other hand, is there any point in teaching children about beakers of water when we should be teaching them to handle those electronic aids which seem to have become indispensable to everyday life?
You Need: 1 potato * water * 2 small beakers * table salt * markers * labeling tape scale paper towel * knife
The range will be available in filled K3 beakers (plastic-cardboard combination).