Erlenmeyer flasks, sometimes called conical flasks, are among the most common and most easily recognizable laboratory tools.
Characterized by its wide flat bottom that tapers up toward its short cylindrical neck and narrow mouth, the Erlenmeyer flask is named after the German chemist who created it.
Graduations are approximate, making the Erlenmeyer flask a poor measuring device. Available in sizes ranging from 50 ml to 2000 ml, these flasks work well for mixing by swirling, since its narrow mouth prevents spills. Stoppers and corks are sold separately. HST and Pyrex brand available.
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