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Glass Burette 50ml

This Glass Burette is for laboratory use and has a polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) plastic plunger stopcock to resist chemicals, moisture, and high temperatures. Made of borosilicate 3.3 glass and conforms with Class B standards for accuracy. The burette has a 50mL capacity with 0.10mL blue graduations. Clamp not included

SKU: CH 102A

Original price was: ₹100.Current price is: ₹60. (Exc. GST)

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The use of glass burettes in a chemistry lab is crucial for accurate and precise measurements of liquid volumes. These burettes are long, narrow glass tubes with a stopcock at the bottom to control the flow of the liquid. They are marked with graduations, typically in millilitres, allowing for precise measurements of the volume of liquid dispensed. This makes them especially useful for titrations, where small, controlled additions of one solution to another are necessary to determine the concentration of a substance in the solution.

One of the key advantages of glass burettes is their transparency, which allows for easy observation of the liquid level and meniscus. This makes it easier to take accurate readings. They are also chemically resistant, making them suitable for use with a wide range of reagents and solutions without the risk of contamination or chemical reactions affecting the accuracy of the measurements.

As delicate instruments, they must be handled with care to avoid breakage. Proper cleaning and storage are also essential to maintain their accuracy and ensure a long lifespan in the laboratory. Overall, the use of glass burettes plays a vital role in conducting precise and reliable quantitative analyses in chemistry labs.