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Why is this apparatus used? in experiments

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

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i need help with sig figs
@HorribleAtMath, please do not post pleads for help on other people's questions. Do that in the chat.
Is it hollow? Or is it rubber stopper?
But if we put the stopper at that position, does it make sense?
Maybe?
Perhaps :S
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?
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
and my exams over...i nailed..it :D thanks @Callisto @kma230
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.
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