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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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3] (titrant) in the burette was recorded on the laboratory data sheet.
The burette has an auto refill function when empty so the operator does not need to manually fill a glass burette and re-zero the meniscus when empty.
The remaining hexane solution was treated five times with 25-mL portions of concentrated sulfuric acid, washed three times with 50-mL portions of 2% NaCl, dried over anhydrous sodium sulfate, and passed through 50 mL of Florisil and acid-rinsed copper powder contained in a 100-mL burette.
Rewet was measured using a method developed by Weyerhaeuser by pouring an 80-gram amount of synthetic urine solution onto the test specimen via a burette and allowing it to absorb to 10 minutes (no surfactant was used to lower the surface tension of the liquid).
The Flo-Calibrater is like a laboratory burette, except that it is larger and is fitted with a special three-way valve at the bottom.
01 mg) 2 Automatic Burette Digital 50 ml 3 Bottom Sampler 4 Centrifuge 5 Conductivity meter 6 Current meter 7 Digester with condensers 8 Dissolved oxygen meter 9 Flame photometer 10 Heating Mantle 11 pH meter with combined glass electrode 12 Precision Balance weighing upto 1 mg 13 Standard weights 14 Turbidity meter
Further quantities of the solution were added from the burette (1 ml at a time) at 10-15 seconds interval to the boiling liquid until the indicator was completely decolourized.
Total gas production was measured daily for the first 5 d and every 2 to 3 d afterward by displacement of an acidified brine solution in burette and recording the volume of displaced solution after correcting to atmospheric pressure (Beuvink et al.
The pipettes and burette were rinsed with solution before final use.
5 grams of cardanol is taken in a 100 ml beaker, concentrated H2SO4 is added from a burette drop wise with vigorous stirring.
Fuel consumption was measured by noting down the time taken for 10cc of fuel flow in the burette using the digital stop watch.