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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.
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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.
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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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The fermentation medium containing Parkia biglobosa fruit pulp 250 g, N[H.sub.4]N[O.sub.3] 10.0 g, K[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4] 4.0 g, MgS[O.sub.4] x 7[H.sub.2]O 1.0 g, and CaC[O.sub.3] 2.0 g was transferred to 1000 mL conical flask and using a measuring cylinder, sterile distilled water was used to make up the volume to 1000 mL.
Extraction of crude enzyme during SSF was accomplished by adding 20 mL sterile distilled water into each conical flask. The flasks were agitated overnight in a rotary shaker at 130 rpm in 25[degrees]C.
The optimum conditions: trace 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene was sterilized in the conical flask in water, regulating solution for the corresponding pH value and temperature, and then it was put into the incubator, maintaining the full effect of illumination and oxygen pump sufficient oxygen, determination of degradation effect under different test conditions, every 6 days after determination of organic matter concentration, every time the 3 groups of repeat samples.
50 g of ground sample was taken into 500 mL conical flask and 25 mL of water, 25 g diatomaceous earth and 150 mL chloro-form was added.
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