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Basis of tolerance

Total capacity

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Has one-fill line

Volumetric pipette

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For diluting highly viscous fluids

To contain glass pipettes

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Designed for a single volume

Volumetric flask

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Safety reminders for glass pipettes

Use a mechanical suction bulb
Wear gloves

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Transports a measured volume of liquid

Glass pipette

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Purpose of beakers

Used to hold stock solutions or diluents for short term storage or during laboratory procedures
Used to transferliquid or reagent to another container

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TC vessels

Volumetric flasks

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Tolerance provides information about: _____ and ______

Accuracy of the device
Estimate of the uncertainty

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For dilutions of whole blood

Sahli Pipette

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Glass is notorious for:

Adsorbing trace chemicals

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Class B Tolerance

Twice as large for Class A

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Attack glass rate of alkaline solutions

9 mcg/h

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Two differences between Measuring and Transfer pipettes

Volume
Accuracy

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Has a rounded bulb close to the delivery tip

Ostwald-Folin Transfer Pipette

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Least accurate flask

Beaker

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Generally TC pipettes

Mechanical Pipettes

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Functions of Erlenmeyer flasks

Used in solution preparation
Help dissolve a solid solute into solution

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Used to acid wash glasswares

3-6 M HCl

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Delivers small volumes of viscous solutions

Ostwald-Folin

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Has no base mark

Serological pipette

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Used for volume determination of an unknown fluid

Graduated cylinder

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Time for soaking clean glassware in HCl

One hour

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Used for preparing large amounts of standard solutions and reagents

Volumetric flask