Erlenmeyer flask

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Erlenmeyer flask

[′ər·lən‚mī·ər ′flask]
(chemistry)
A conical glass laboratory flask, with a broad bottom and a narrow neck.
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In Figure 5 conical flasks indicate controls and test samples (in duplicates) showing commercial dye sample with nanocomposite after 12 h (A i, B i, C i).
Procedure: Plum fruit juice (1 ml) was taken in conical flask and the volume was made to 10 ml by the diluting with 0.
Fourty milliliters of the medium dispensed in 150 ml conical flasks were sterilized and used for inoculation with the fungus.
After 20 minutes contact time the supernatant liquid from each conical flask was collected through syringes in the time interval of 10 minutes.
Then contents of 1st conical flask were added into 2nd conical flask under continuous magnetic stirring followed by addition of 3.
Conical flasks were shaken on wrist action shaker for 2 h and then filtered through filter paper and dried for 2 days.
2M NaOH, and was dispensed into 250ml conical flasks at 20ml per flask.
75ml of dehydrated crude oil and processed sands were mixed in the conical flask according to the volume ratio of 1:4 then weighed after stirring and aging for 48 hours; 3.
Fifty mL of hexane were then added to each conical flask and contents were mixed again for 30 sec on the vortex mixer.
The soil was then crushed into powder by electric mill and divided into 30 sub-samples (50 g each) and each sub-sample maintained in a separated clean conical flask (100 ml).