- Wide-mouth reagent bottle for storing powders and liquids such as chemicals, solutions and solvents
- Clear for viewing contents
- Ground glass stopper for sealing against spills
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American Educational Flint Glass Wide Mouth Reagent Bottle with Ground Glass Stopper, Clear
|Price:||$17.38 - $26.05|
|Brand Name||American Educational Products|
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The American Educational Clear Flint Glass Wide-Mouth Reagent Bottle has capacity for storing powders and liquids such as chemicals, solutions, and solvents. This bottle is clear for viewing contents and has a ground glass stopper for sealing against spills. Flint glass may contain an occasional small bubble or surface blemish and is not intended for heating. Reagent bottles are commonly used in laboratories and other scientific applications.
Lab bottles are used to store, hold, and mix liquids, powders, and other substances in a wide variety of scientific industries. Lab bottles have a more pronounced neck and shoulder than jars. Lab bottles are manufactured with a combination of characteristics in order to meet the demands of particular applications, such as for solution dispensing, mixing, and weighing, and use in centrifuge operations. They come in many shapes for specific applications, with a variety of mouth or nozzle shapes and sizes for specific use. Lab bottles are made from materials, such as glass (borosilicate or soda-lime) and an array of plastics, which are selected for chemical and thermal expansion resistance, transparency, and their adaptability in a variety of applications. Lab bottle interiors, caps, and lids are often lined with a protective material. Caps and lids help seal bottles to prevent solutions from spilling. The capacity refers to the fluid amount held by a lab bottle, and is commonly measured in milliliters (mL) and liters (l), and sometimes in ounces (oz). Lab bottles are suitable for use in chemistry and biology applications, as well as in pharmaceutical and scientific testing.
American Educational Products manufactures learning materials in math, science, and reading/language arts for students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
Top Customer Reviews
The 250 ml bottles I purchased from Amazon are of good quality. The glass is thick enough to avoid breakage. The ground glass tops fit well. These bottles serve my needs quite well and are so much less that scientific grade glassware from Fisher Scientific. In fact, I've done without replacement of ground glass reagent bottles for many years because they've gotten so expensive from Fisher.
So, thank you so much for having this product available. I have replace bottles which have been broken over the years. Soooo pleased!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used 2 of these bottles to put tumbled gemstones (birthstones) in for Christmas presents. The recipients loved them. They arrived promptly and safely packaged.Published 15 days ago by Oilypat
Well made. Perfect for making tarragon vinegar, vanilla extract, fiore di sicilia. I love the ground-glass seal.Published 3 months ago by John Harvey France
This is a great deal for 5 bottles, and depending on what you need to use them for, they are just fine, but the quality of these is just OK. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lynne in San Francisco
Not all the bottles seal tightly.
Poor quality. But if you just need something cheap they'll do fine.
Excellent!! Wonderful pint sized storage botlles. I really like the snug air tight glass stoppers.Published 8 months ago by elsrocky
ordered four sets of five (20) cancelled two of them due to a hiccup in the who how why and what of the ordering; one bottle had a large crack, no need to replace, just give it... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lord K.
I use these for decanting photographic collodion. The stoppers are virtually air tight which is what I require. Yet the stopper is easily removed for pouring. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Douglas D Hanson