Definitions

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  • n. All the glassware and other equipment used in many different types of laboratory, but excluding specialist equipment such as spectrometers.

Etymologies

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lab +‎ -ware

Examples

  • Corning, which makes glass used in liquid-crystal-display screens for electronics, slipped 32 cents, or 1.9%, to 16.55 after saying it will acquire French plastic-labware maker Plaslab SAS, as Corning continues to diversify away from its focus on display glass.

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  • The round tones resonated off the glass labware and sent vibrations across his scalp as it slowly, slowly faded.

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  • Update: Aaron sez, "Texas actually regulates ownership of some labware; owning an Erlenmeyer, as in the article, can land you in jail (Texas state code, 481.040):"

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  • I like the idea of using labware in the kitchen, I always want the 70% Etoh spray bottle, the gloves, the kimwipes, the timers, etc.

    cooking with beakers

  • I'd put my bets on Flickr - it matches the low-overhead, drive-'em-to-the-ads strategy behind Google Spreadsheets and the rest of their recent labware.

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  • One of my duties as lab boy, when I was not washing dirty labware or sweeping floors, was to prepare demonstration chemicals for

    Alan G. MacDiarmid - Autobiography

  • Tests were run on all labware confiscated on the base.

    Bloodthirst

  • It bought the maker of plastic labware and liquid handling products for research labs for about $400 million in

    Corning profit rises in 4Q on TV glass sales - Yahoo! Finance

  • The 159-year-old glass pioneer, based in western New York, saw year-over-year growth in four of its five business units -- from ceramic auto-pollution filters to research labware and specialty materials to optical fiber and cable.

  • The 159-year-old glass pioneer, based in western New York, saw year-over-year growth in four of its five business units - from ceramic auto-pollution filters to research labware and specialty materials to optical fiber and cable.

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