In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In general, the titrant is placed in a volumetric glassware called a burette and added slowly to a known volume of analyte until the reaction is complete.
- A buret is a long tube with volume markings for precise measurement and a stopcock at the bottom to control the flow of liquid.
- A buret (also spelled burette) is a long glass tube open at both ends, that is used to measure out precise volumes of liquids or gases.
- For example, burettes and spectro photometers are chemical instruments - one measures volume and the other measures absorbance.
- Though a diploma course in scientific glass technology is being offered in Chennai, it is related to making scientific apparatus like test tubes, burettes etc., which does not need any creativity.
- Therefore, the volume of water drained from the porous specimen is indeed the change of volume of specimen, which can directly be measured using a burette or an electronic weighing scale.
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