Erlenmeyer flask

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Er·len·mey·er flask

a flask with a broad base, conic body, and narrow neck; so shaped that its liquid content can be shaken laterally without spilling.

Er·len·mey·er flask

(er'len-mī-er flask)
A glass container with a flat base and a funnel-shaped body, the top of which forms the pour spout, usually with a wide opening.


Emil, German chemist, 1825-1909.
Erlenmeyer flask - shaped so that its liquid content can be shaken laterally without spilling.
Erlenmeyer flask deformity - a deformity at the distal end of the femur with the result that the bone is wide for a much longer distance up the shaft than normal.
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5 g), along with 50mL of arsenic/HA or FA solution, was taken into a 250-mL conical flask with glass stopper and shaken for I h.
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Three teenage boys had to be taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital for treatment after the conical flask exploded at Ysgol y Grango, Rhos, in an experiment that went wrong.
These bulbous, rough-hewn figures contrast sharply with the "moderne" curvilinear vessels Can, 1999, and Conical Flask, 2000, while the more horizontal Can-Can, Rod, and Sinbad (all 2000) feature thick edges and slashing hollows that cleave them into segments.