Who invented the graduated cylinder?

Answer Graduated cylinders are used frequently in the laboratory during experiments to measure volumes of chemicals and are considered more accurate than beakers or Erlenmeyer flasks. The graduated cylind... Read More »

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How to Use a Graduated Cylinder in the Lab?

Graduated cylinders can be dangerous due to the nature of the chemicals that they can contain. Especially when mixing chemicals, precautions should be taken. It is also important to understand how ... Read More »

What is a 100 ml graduated cylinder?

A graduated cylinder is a glass tube commonly used in chemistry to measure precise amounts of liquid, by using markings on the outside of the cylinder to show how much liquid in the the tube at any... Read More »

Displacement in a Graduated Cylinder?

Finding the volume of a regular solid simply requires measurement of the sides and employing the appropriate mathematical formula. However, when measuring the volume of irregular solids the ruler m... Read More »

What is the function of a graduated cylinder?

A graduated cylinder is a test tube shaped piece of laboratory equipment that measures volumes of 10 to 1,000 milliliters. It is usually made of glass, although some newer ones are plastic.Features... Read More »