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6820-Separating Funnel, Squibb (Short Stem) with Glass Stopper, ASTM


6820-Separating Funnel, Squibb (Short Stem) with Glass Stopper, ASTM

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  • With Solid Glass Stopper & Glass Plug Stopcock
PART  No. Capacity (ml) Stopcock Bore (mm) Stopper PACK Qty.
6820-30 30 2 13 1
6820-60 60 2 16 1
6820-125 125 2 22 1
6820-250 250 4 22 1
6820-500 500 4 27 1
6820-1000 1000 4 27 1
6820-2000 2000 6 38 1
6820-3000 3000 8 38 1
6820-4000 4000 8 38 1
6820-6000 6000 8 38 1

Here are some common uses of a Squibb Separating Funnel in the laboratory:

  1. Liquid-Liquid Extraction:
    • The primary use of a Squibb Separating Funnel is for liquid-liquid extraction. It enables the separation of two immiscible liquids based on differences in density, solubility, or other properties.
  2. Chemical Analysis:
    • Separating funnels are often used in chemical analysis, especially when isolating specific compounds from a mixture for further testing or characterization.
  3. Sample Preparation:
    • In various analytical techniques, such as chromatography or spectroscopy, samples often need to be prepared by extracting or separating components. Squibb Separating Funnels aid in this sample preparation process.
  4. Purification Processes:
    • Laboratories use separating funnels to purify substances by removing impurities or unwanted components through liquid-liquid extraction.
  5. Solvent Recovery:
    • After a reaction or process, separating funnels can be used to recover solvents or valuable components by separating them from reaction mixtures.
  6. Phase Separation:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels are essential for phase separation, ensuring that different layers (organic and aqueous, for example) can be cleanly and precisely separated.
  7. Fractionation:
    • In processes where different components of a mixture need to be separated, fractionation using a Squibb Separating Funnel allows for the collection of distinct fractions.
  8. Removal of Impurities:
    • Laboratories use separating funnels to remove impurities or unwanted substances from a reaction mixture or sample.
  9. Extraction of Biological Samples:
    • In biological laboratories, separating funnels can be used for extracting specific compounds or substances from biological samples.
  10. Teaching and Demonstrations:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels are often used in educational laboratories to teach students about liquid-liquid extraction techniques and the principles of phase separation.
  11. Quality Control:
    • In industries where quality control is crucial, separating funnels may be used for extracting and isolating specific components for analysis.
  12. Research and Development:
    • In research laboratories, separating funnels are used for various experiments and processes that involve the extraction or separation of substances.
  13. Environmental Testing:
    • Laboratories involved in environmental testing may use Squibb Separating Funnels for extracting pollutants or specific compounds from environmental samples.
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