water bath


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wa·ter bath

in chemistry, a vessel containing water, in which a container holding a substance to be heated or evaporated can be immersed.
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The application of water bath treatment container product method: the water bath containers immersed in a large container containing water, the water bath containers should not be in direct contact with the larger containers, and then placed in a larger container heat source, stop heating to the proper temperature.
Group 4 (student-ratio) and curing by cycle 2B (placing the assembly in the water bath directly at 100C) showed the highest overall residual monomer concentrations while group 1 (highest powder-liquid ratio) and curing by cycle 1A showed the least overall residual monomer concentrations It was concluded that students dispensing acrylic powder and liquid monomer without calculations would lead to higher residual monomers if a proper curing regime is not followed.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global water bath market for 2015-2019.
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Designed with the molecular biology lab in mind, the MyBath 4L personal water bath features easy-to-use digital controls that allow the user to quickly select and monitor temperature.
High-risk steps include the transfer of tissue to the glass slides in the water bath and traditional H&E staining procedures, which rely on dipping and dunking slides into sequential staining baths.
In particular, a synthesis of sulfanilamide relied on the use of a multi-place water bath for reflux.
The money will buy a thermostat-controlled water bath for use in classroom experiments and with out-of-school science clubs.
Custom cooling tanks have been built with two or even three different temperature-control zones in the water bath.
Remove from water bath and let cool to room temperature, then refrigerate overnight.
Chloride of zinc solution: pure zinc oxide is dissolved in pure HCl, and the solution is evaporated on a water bath (until no free HCl is present) to a thick sirup.