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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None of us worked in the era when analysis was a handcrafted art--that's the subject of old quantitative and qualitative analysis texts, full of mortars and pestles, burets and Buchner funnels.
Profiled natural compound rubber rings (60 shore) for use with Buchner funnels, flasks, glass crucibles and gooch crucibles.