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flask

 [flask]
a laboratory vessel, usually of glass and with a constricted neck.

flask

(flask),
A small receptacle, usually of glass, used for holding liquids, powder, or gases.
[M.E. keg, fr. Fr. flasque, fr. Germanic]

flask

(flask)
1. a laboratory vessel, usually of glass and with a constricted neck.
2. a metal case in which materials used in making artificial dentures are placed for processing.

Erlenmeyer flask  a conical glass flask with a broad base and narrow neck.
volumetric flask  a narrow-necked vessel of glass calibrated to contain or deliver an exact volume at a given temperature.

flask

1 a narrow-neck glass vessel used for heating liquids, distilling chemicals, or culturing fluid media.
2 a small glass receptacle for holding liquids or powders.

flask

(flask)
A small receptacle, usually glass, used for holding liquids, powder, or gases.
[M.E. keg, fr. Fr. flasque, fr. Germanic]

flask

(flask)
Small receptacle, usually glass, used for holding liquids, powder, or gases.
[M.E. keg, fr. Fr. flasque, fr. Germanic]

flask

a laboratory vessel, usually of glass and with a constricted neck.
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The flask is supposed to keep food warm for seven hours.
The Oregon Bankers Association (OBA), in partnership with the Independent Community Banks of Oregon (ICBO) and OregonBusiness magazine, said it has recognized Hydro Flask of Bend, Oregon with the 2015 Community Applause Award.
Along with the benefit of real-time sample measurements enabled by these new flasks, the ability to withstand autoclave sterilisation means the flasks can be reused multiple times, which can save costs.
Syed Rehan, VicePresident, TriForest Labware, said: "Without the exceptional properties provided by Lexan HP resin--optical clarity, impact resistance and the ability to be injection blow moulded--we would not have been able to make this 3L Fernbach flask.
As horizontal green sand tight flask molding lines have become more sophisticated, the dimensional and mechanical properties of the flasks also have become more critical.
The original 1950s set-up provided two discharge machines per reactor and, after a complex transfer to storage ponds, the elements were transferred to a 1197-type road transport flask to be taken to Sellafield in Cumbria.
Nissan dealers appear to have handed out the flasks, called ''Color Tumbler,'' to up to 87,000 visitors to their showrooms.
As expected, all the nanotubes in the distilled water rapidly clumped and most settled at the bottom of the flask, whereas in the surfactant solution, some nanotubes dispersed.
That's great news for families on picnics then who no longer have to shamefully hide their flasks but can now flaunt them publically.
Such a weak amplification may have been the result of residual extracellular viruses that remained in the cell culture flask after washing.
We can offer NALGENE sterile disposable flasks at roughly 40 percent less than a competitive brand because we're able to use a cost-effective material and process that enable overall savings," said Dr.
The choice in flasks is essentially between products with stainless steel or glass innards, with the former much tougher and better able to cope with getting knocked around.