dry box

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dry box

[′drī ‚bäks]
(chemistry)
A container or chamber filled with argon, or sometimes dry air or air with no carbon dioxide (CO2), to provide an inert atmosphere in which manipulation of very reactive chemicals is carried out in the laboratory.
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From its humble beginnings with a drybox in a Fort Collins, Colo., garage, OtterBox has honed and leveraged its expertise in manufacturing and design to become the No.1-selling smartphone case brand in the U.S.
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All manipulations of air and/or moisture-sensitive compounds were performed in an [N.sub.2]-filled drybox or using Schlenk techniques.
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