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zaphod

  • 2 years ago

Why is this apparatus used? in experiments

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  1. zaphod
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    @Callisto @satellite73 @Preetha @dpaInc

  3. Callisto
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    Is it a pipette filler? Do you mind labelling your diagram?

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  5. HorribleAtMath
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    i need help with sig figs

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    @HorribleAtMath, please do not post pleads for help on other people's questions. Do that in the chat.

  7. NotTim
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    Is it hollow? Or is it rubber stopper?

  8. Callisto
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    But if we put the stopper at that position, does it make sense?

  9. NotTim
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    Maybe?

  10. Callisto
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    Perhaps :S

  11. NotTim
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    unless vapors were to be collected there from the reaction. But then the delivery tube.... Unless we were to collect 2 different data samples, and that one was to remain the same?

  12. kma230
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    Hey @zaphod, I remembered seeing a very similar diagram in one of my chem review books. I'm decently sure this is a thistle tube - it's used to add a liquid into the beaker. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thistle_tube

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    and my exams over...i nailed..it :D thanks @Callisto @kma230

  14. Jetzt
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    looks more like a gas capture apparatus. an Erlenmeyer flask with a rubber stopper. The lone tube is used to capture the as and the short tube for delivery.

  15. HorribleAtMath
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    no

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