- n. Plural form of burette.
“Making rounds on each patient every hour and filling the burettes for an hour's worth of fluid.”
“The levels of the two liquids are then brought to the zero marks of the burettes by means of the stopcocks.”
“Dilute solutions of the two substances are prepared, the sulphuric acid being placed in one of the burettes (Fig. 34) and the sodium hydroxide in the other.”
“If burettes are wanting, and one must be used for several samples, a Mohr's burette with glass cock is the most convenient to use.”
“Gay-Lussac burettes may then be used in the titration of only 0.010 meter internal diameter, and graduated into one-twentieth c. c., which allows of great exactitude in the determination.”
“Prescott, surrounded by his retorts, crucibles, burettes, and condensers, received us much more graciously than I had had any reason to anticipate.”
“Run out the water so as to keep the level in the two burettes the same.”
“When effervescence has ceased, rotate the contents of the bottle; finally, adjust the level in the burettes and read off the volume.”
“The difference between the quantities of the two solutions used in each case will be 10 c.c. It is this difference in the readings of the two burettes which measures the quantity of nickel present.”
“At the same time read off the volume of air in the "volume corrector," which must be fixed alongside the gas burettes.”
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