Buchner funnel


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Buchner funnel

(ˈbʌknə)
n
(Chemistry) a laboratory filter funnel used under reduced pressure. It consists of a shallow porcelain cylinder with a flat perforated base
[named after Eduard Buchner, who invented it]
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For each specimen collected in 2002, stomach and esophagus was dissected and flushed with formalin onto filter paper in a Buchner funnel.
Strain through Buchner funnel to remove as much brown
Initially wash the precipitate by decanting: pour off most of the liquid through the Buchner funnel (so as to catch small amounts of cobalt carbonate), add 20 mL of distilled water, stir up the suspension, and let the solid settle again.