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buret

 [bu-ret´]
a glass tube with a capacity of the order of 25 to 100 mL and graduation intervals of 0.05 to 0.1 mL, with stopcock attachment, used to deliver an accurately measured quantity of liquid.

bu·rette

(bū-ret'),
A graduated glass tube with a tap as its lower end; used for measuring liquids in volumetric chemical analyses.
[Fr.]

burette

A receptacle for measuring liquid or gases, which consists of a graduated glass tube, usually furnished with a small aperture and stopcock.

burette, buret

a glass tube with a capacity of the order of 25 to 100 ml and graduation intervals of 0.05 to 0.1 ml, with stopcock attachment, used to deliver an accurately measured quantity of liquid.
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In contrast to older models, the instrument and burette no longer must be stopped automatically when the torque limit switch is reached.
Information stored includes: Burette part number and *** serial number; Burette cylinder serial number and volume; Titrant currently in the burette e.
The exchange units are available with 1,5,10,20 or 50 ml burette volumes and most suppliers reagent bottles fit directly onto the unit, hence no need for reagent handling
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Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Digital Burette And Pipette At Netra, Greater Noida.
In addition, plug & play for burettes, sensors and accessories facilitates their use.
Also, Plug & Play for burettes, sensors and accessories help facilitate their use without errors, according to the company.
Their inventory also includes bottletop burettes that meet Class A accuracy specification for greater scientific results.
Bearing this in mind, we started our design process by investigating in depth the current methods used to dispense fluids in classrooms - including syringes and pipettes as well as burettes - and looking at ways in which we could effectively mechanise the principles behind them.
Things have changed phenomenally from when it was all hand testing with pipettes burettes and beakers.