Erlenmeyer Flasks are used in chemistry labs for Titration, as they can be held and the contents mixed single-handed leaving the other hand free to add reagents.
Erlenmeyer Flasks are suitable for heating liquids with a Bunsen Burner. The flask is usually placed on a ring held to a ring stand by means of a ring clamp. A Wire Gauze mesh or pad is usually placed between the ring and the flask to prevent the flames from directly touching the glass in the same manner as for a beaker. When heating (or cooling) in a water bath the flask can be clamped by the neck to a stand or a hooped weight may be placed over the conical part of the flask to prevent it from floating in the bath.
Erlenmeyer Flasks are also used in Microbiology for the preparation of Microbial Cultures.
Another name for Erlenmeyer Flask = Conical Flask
|ML||Diameter Base||Diameter Neck||Hight|
|25 ml||42 mm||22 mm||75 mm|
|50 ml||51 mm||22 mm||90 mm|
|100 ml||64 mm||22 mm||105 mm|
|200 ml||79 mm||34 mm||131 mm|
|250 ml||85 mm||34 mm||145 mm|
|300 ml||87 mm||34 mm||156 mm|
|500 ml||105 mm||34 mm||180 mm|
|1 Lt||131 mm||42 mm||220 mm|
|2 Lt||166 mm||50 mm||280 mm|
|3 Lt||187 mm||51 mm||310 mm|
|5 Lt||220 mm||51 mm||365 mm|
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