fume cupboard


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fume cupboard

n
(Chemistry) a ventilated enclosure for storing or experimenting with chemicals with harmful vapours
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Heating of ammonium iron citrate complex was controlled at 400[degrees]C in a well-ventilated fume cupboard.
On occasions when UK theatre staff have complained about leakage of vapour during simple 'pour-filling' of the UAM with isoflurane, it is a simple 30-second procedure to remove the vaporiser to a fume cupboard.
The filtrate was concentrated in vacuo and the residue was allowed to completely dry in a fume cupboard and then weighed.
He was conducting an experiment in a fume cupboard using ether, which ignited.
It is located in the former fume cupboard of the Laboratory.
For example, the sample side of the apparatus can be located at the back of the bench or even in a fume cupboard, while the control side detects which way up the unit is being used and adjusts the screen orientation accordingly.
5-ml micro-injection molding machine, the Xplore 10-ml machine fits easily on a laboratory bench or in a fume cupboard.
Due to the unique space saving design of the QVF Compact Reactor, it is ideally suitable for installation where space is limited: for example, within a fume cupboard.
The science fume cupboard which is so dangerous that it is unsafe to make chemicals for lessons.
The contract is for the supply of fume cupboard in the configuration shown in the document Fri.
students mixed chemicals in a ceramic oil burner in a small fume cupboard.