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.
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.