A buret clamp is a chemistry laboratory support device, to affix and hold steady another piece of equipment (a glass column called a buret) which will be reacted with chemicals. The clamp has holding jaws, which are curved to firmly grasp the column in two portions of its long axis. It also has an attachment, by which it grasps the support post.
The clamp is a piece of hardware which makes a retaining bridge between the ground support post, and the chemically reactive vessel.
There are several basic designs and makes of buret clamps, which serve to accomodate the choices and work detail, of the chemist.
to clamp the buret
it is used to hold the buret in the laboratory
A double buret clamp is used in laboratories. The function of the clamp is to hold burets, flasks, or test tubes steady in an upright position.
A double buret clamp is a laboratory instrument used to hold burettes. It can hold a single burettes or 2 at the same time.
a buret clamp is used to fasten glassware into place on a ring stand
This device is used to support two burettes.
the burette clamp is used to hold burette interaction... answered by (CARLA MARIE C. BARCENILLA)
It's used for clamping a buret, of course. I can actually think of three distinct pieces of equipment that could reasonably be called a "buret clamp", and I'm not certain which of them you mean. One of them is a pinch clamp used to clamp the outflow tube (a rubber or plastic tube from the bottom of certain types of burets). Another one is sometimes called a tube clamp, and is a piece of hardware used to secure a glass tube of some kind (such as a buret, but also a test tube or parts of a vacuum manifold) to a metal stand or framework. Finally, there's a specialized spring-loaded piece of hardware used specifically for burets, which holds and supports them in two places on the tube (the tube clamp clamps onto the buret in a single location on the tube).
A clamp is a metallic accessory used to fix object to the bar stand.
You should have an adequate buret clamp or stand to hold the buret while you work with both hands. Verify that the stopcock is closed before you fill it, especially if you are using a corrosive chemical.
Maurice Buret was born in 1909.
Maurice Buret died in 2003.
Depends on the size of the buret you're using. But the most common buret can contain 50ml.
What is the measurement of a 12.0000mL of water recorded in a buret
A buret is a glass tube with fine gradations and a stopcock at the bottom, used in laboratory procedures.
Susan Buret was born in 1917, in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, UK.
No, a buret does not support a flame or heat reaction, it's made of glass.
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If the height of the mercury column in the leveling bulb is 30mm greater than that in the gas buret and atmospheric pressure is 670mm, what is the pressure on the gas trapped in the buret?
To answer that we need to know what the end buret reading was.
A buret is a glass tube with graduated markings. It is used to measure the volume of a liquid. It has a valve to allow draining the contents out of the bottom.