Buchner funnel


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Büch·ner fun·nel

(buk'nĕr),
a porcelain funnel that contains a perforated porcelain plate upon which filter paper can be laid.

Büchner,

Eduard, German chemist and Nobel laureate, 1860-1917.
Büchner extract - a cell-free extract of yeast.
Büchner funnel - a porcelain funnel that contains a perforated porcelain plate on which filter paper can be laid.
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After cultivation, the mycelia of T brevicompactum were separated by filtration using a Buchner funnel. Then the mycelia were dried at 90[degrees]C until reaching a constant weight.
Singer A, Kirsten WFA, Buhmann C (1994) Clay dispersivity and crusting of soils determined by Buchner funnel extraction.
count, Dish Size of diameter: 110 -120 mm, Magnification: 1.7 -1.8x, Operating Power: 230 V 10 V 50 Hz AC, LCD, simultaneous display of Temperature and pH, pH Meter, Vacuum Pump with Buchner Funnel,Vacuum Pump, Hot Plate, Microscope Binocular, Conical Flask Shaker, Air Pump,
None of us worked in the era when analysis was a handcrafted art--that's the subject of old quantitative and qualitative analysis texts, full of mortars and pestles, burets and Buchner funnels. Modern instrumental methods wiped that stuff from the face of the earth a long time ago, and by this point, no one misses it.