What are the function of pipette in laboratory?
three main functions:
to accurately measure a volume of a liquid
to accurately measure the amount of volume of a liquid required to add into a another liquid for a specific results
to apply a a liquid to another liquid drop by drop for maximum efficiency
There are many types of pipettes (or pipet), but most are essentially a fancier version of a medicine dropper or eye dropper. They are used in a laboratory to transport and/or measure a specific volume of liquid. Volumetric pipettes allow the user to measure a volume of solution extremely accurately and then add it so something else. They are commonly used to make laboratory solutions from a base stock as well as prepare solutions for…
A pipette bulb is the rounded part of a pipette which you squeeze the air out of, then release to draw liquid into the pipette. If you are using a calibrated glass pipette, it will be a separate piece made of rubber which is fitted to the pipette. If it is a simple plastic pipette then the bulb will be made of the same semi-transparent plastic, and the pipette will all be one piece.
you mean pipetting? if that's it then this is it: a pipette is a slender tube attached to or incorporating a bulb, for transferring or measuring out small quantities of liquid, esp. in a laboratory. so pipetting is to pour, convey, or draw off using a pipette. so I'm assuming its like giving someone a shot.