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burette

(US), buret
a graduated glass tube with a stopcock on one end for dispensing and transferring known volumes of fluids, esp liquids
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Even if you plan to run more tests later that day, do not leave reagent in the burette because it will start to evaporate and could alter your results.
The gradations of the burette are seen on the LCD screen at the left of Figure 1, with the fluid meniscus just above the 28-[cm.
The titrator automatically recognizes and configures new burettes and dosing units as well as other peripherals such as sample changers, pumps, printers, and computers.
All the titrant dispensing burettes have data chips which contain information about the titrants that they contain, the expiry date and re standardisation dates of the titrants.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Laboratory Glassware and Plasticware in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Laboratory Glassware (Beakers, Bottles, Burettes, Flasks, Funnels, Measuring Cylinders, Petri Dishes, Pipette and Pipette Tips, Slides, Specimen Cups, Stirring Rods, Tanks, Test Tubes, Tubings, Vials, and Others), and Laboratory Plasticware (Beakers, Bottles, Flasks, Funnels, Measuring Cylinders, Pipette and Pipette Tips, Racks, Tanks, Test Tubes, Tubings, Vials, and Others).
This size provides enhanced performance, meeting the tolerance limits for 10 mL Class A glass burettes per ASTM and DIN EN ISO 285.
Titration is used in virtually every laboratory in the country, however when using manual glass burettes users are often deterred due to having to handle reagents and unfamiliar burette manipulation.
Finally, the principles of wet chemistry are discussed with a focus on pipettes, burettes and volumetric glassware