separatory funnel


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separatory funnel

[′sep·rə‚tȯr·ē ′fən·əl]
(chemistry)
A funnel-shaped device used for the careful and accurate separation of two immiscible liquids; a stopcock on the funnel stem controls the rate and amount of outflow of the lower liquid.
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After slowly inverting the separatory funnel, two distinct layers were formed.
The obtained suspension was filtered by collecting the liquid into a separatory funnel to separate the phases, and then the lipid extract was dried as reported earlier.
Briefly, the lipid extract was dissolved and transferred into a separatory funnel by using 30 mL CH[Cl.
The water extract was then shaken with ether in a separatory funnel and allowed to separate into two colourless layers.
Six piston movements are equivalent to 40 shakes in a separatory funnel.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Separatory Funnel
In many solvents, this can be performed easily with mechanical separation systems, such as with the equivalent of a separatory funnel.
In my excitement, I dropped a glass separatory funnel worth about $80.
This motion is very effective especially with hard to mix solutions and larger vessels such as 2-liter separatory funnels.
An orbital shaker includes a platform that has the ability to hold a variety of vessels such as Erlenmeyer flasks, test tubes, microwell plates, deep well plates, beakers, separatory funnels, centrifuge tubes, and gel trays.
By adding Side-Arms with appropriate clamps, or a Top Platform, the shaker can grow from handling 4 Erlenmeyer flasks to 24 flasks or separatory funnels from 250 ml to 2000 ml.