from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A form of tube, usually of glass and used in physical or chemical research, in which two diverging branches unite into a common stem. The flow of fluid may be either convergent into the single tube, or divergent from the latter into the two branches. An inverted Y-tube with a stop-cock in one arm connects the normal electrode with the other vessel.


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