reflux condenser


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reflux condenser

[′rē‚fləks kən‚den·sər]
(chemical engineering)
An auxiliary vessel for a distillation column that constantly condenses vapors and returns liquid to the column.
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A dry 250 mL roundbottom flask equipped with reflux condenser, magnetic stirrer bar, and septa was purged with nitrogen.
In this experiment we used 15 out of the 24 available reaction positions of the Syncore reactor, the reflux condenser unit, and the standard cover closed by a screw cap.
Into a 300-mL round-bottom flask flushed with nitrogen and fitted with a paddle stirrer, a reflux condenser, a dropping funnel, and a thermometer were placed 35.
To a flask previously flushed with argon, which was equipped with a magnetic stirrer and a reflux condenser, were added 300 mL of diglyme, 16.
42he3 ammonia reflux condenser and opening and box up of manhole covers of 1.
Reflux condenser was disconnected and mixture was diluted to about twice its volume with distilled water.