from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In chem., a short open tube at the top of a retort, or in a receiver or bell-jar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Chem.) A short tubular opening at the top of a retort, or at the top or side of a bottle; a tubulation.
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- noun chemistry A short
tubular openingat the top of a retort, or at the top or side of a bottle; a tubulation.
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The matter is in fact of little or no importance, and to prove this, it is only necessary to employ a test glass (see figure) provided with a lateral tube, A, that terminates in a lower tubulure, B, above which there is a contraction, C.
To the side tubulure of the filter flask attach a 20 cm. length of rubber pressure tubing having a calibre sufficiently large to admit the ends of the pipettes.
The clamp might be advantageously replaced by a glass cock, or, better still, A might terminate in a rubber bulb; and a lateral tubulure might be fixed to the pipette, and be closed with a rubber stopper.
To reduce the level to various heights, it is only necessary to revolve the tube in the cork through which it is fitted to the tubulure.
Through the tubulure of the retort there passes a bent glass-tube, T E, perforated near the closed end, F, with a number of small holes.
A tubulure, D, usually closed by a plug, Bo, communicates with the inner receptacle, R.
At the bottom of the boiler, A, there is fixed a tubulure, r, closed by
In one side of this box there is a tubulure that gives passage to the electric cable whose conductors are fastened to the terminals.
This tubulure permits of emptying the boiler into the reservoir, L.
The waste water flows off through the tubulure, Q.