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  Richard A. C. E. Erlenmeyer - Encyclopedia.com
Erlenmeyer was professor of chemistry at the Munich Polytechnic School from 1868 to 1883.
Among the first to adopt structural formulas based on valence, he proposed the modern naphthalene formula of two benzene rings sharing two carbon atoms.
In 1880 he formulated the Erlenmeyer rule: All alcohols in which the hydroxyl group is attached directly to a double-bonded carbon atom become aldehydes or ketones.
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  Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer Summary
Erlenmeyer was born in Germany in early 1825.
Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer (28 June 1825 – 22 January 1909) was a German chemist, usually known simply as Emil Erlenmeyer.
Erlenmeyer was professor of chemistry at the Munich Polytechnic School from 1868 to 1883.
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  Erlenmeyer flask - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask) is a widely used type of laboratory flask which features a conical base with a cylindrical neck.
Erlenmeyer flasks are also used for titration and in microbiology for the preparation of microbial cultures.
Erlenmeyer flask, Round-bottom flask, Florence flask, Volumetric flask, Büchner flask, Retort)
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 Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer (28 June 1825 - 22 January 1909) was a German chemist, usually known simply as Emil Erlenmeyer.
Erlenmeyer was professor of chemistry at the Munich Polytechnic School from 1868 to 1883.
In 1880 he formulated the Erlenmeyer Rule: All alcohols in which the hydroxyl group is attached directly to a double-bonded carbon atom become aldehydes or ketones.
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 Erlenmeyer flask - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask (by science geeks)) is a widely used (by nerds) type of laboratory glassware which consists of an inverted conical base with a cylindrical neck (for doing lameo scientist-type thingies with).
They usually contain some graduation marks to indicate the aproximate value of their contents (because that dorky number stuff is like, sexual to geeks).
It is named after the German chemist Richard Erlenmeyer, (a dead geek) who created it in 1861 (as part of the geek plan to overwhelm the nerds and take over.
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 erlenmeyer flask | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask) is a widely used type of laboratory flask which features a conical base with a cylindrical neck.
They are usually marked on the side (graduated) to indicate the approximate volume of their contents.
It is named after the German chemist Richard Erlenmeyer, who created it in 1861.
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 Laboratory Equipment > Glassware
The Erlenmeyer flask was invented by the German chemist, Richard Erlenmeyer.
Erlenmeyer flasks are also useful in the preparation of supersaturated solutions; the conical shape slows the rate at which the contents cool, and helps to minimize premature crystallization of the solute particles.
Distilling flasks are made of glass, and consist of three main parts: a spherical base, a cylindrical neck, and a cylindrical sidearm that is connected to the flask neck.
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 Erlenmeyer flask -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask) is a type of laboratory glassware which consists of an inverted conical base with a cylindrical neck.
The main advantages in an Erlenmeyer flask are that it is less likely to tip over than a Florence flask and the smaller neck slows evaporative loss better than a beaker.
Laboratory flasks (Erlenmeyer flask, Florence flask, Volumetric flask, Büchner flask)
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 Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer - Vetamera.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer (född: 28 juni 1825 i Wiesbaden, död: 22 januari 1909 i Aschaffenburg), tysk kemist.
Erlenmeyer tillbringade några år som apotekare efter sina studier i medicin.
Erlenmeyer var kemiprofessor vid Polytechnische Schule München 1868-1883.
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 Richard Burgi - Biography
Richard enjoyed a brief flirtation with summer vacation, but was at work on "Jack's Back," the Fall 2003 season premiere episode of The District by mid-July, after which he headed to Sofia, Bulgaria to shoot "Darklight," a sci-fi thriller produced by UFO Films for the Sci Fi Channel's 2004-05 roster of original features.
Richard is the proud owner of a vintage Buddy Miles drum-set and enjoys playing it whenever possible; during a Spring 1999 appearance on Access Hollywood, he revealed that get-togethers in the Burgi household often turn into impromptu concerts, with adults grabbing instruments and children singing along.
Richard was involved for a time with the Yellowstone Ecological Survey,an organization devoted to educating the public on the delicate Yellowstone ecosystem.
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Richard enjoyed a brief flirtation with summer vacation, but was at work on "Jack's Back," the Fall 2003 season premiere episode of The District by mid-July, after which he headed to Sofia, Bulgaria to shoot "Darklight," a sci-fi thriller produced by UFO Films for the Sci Fi Channel's 2004-05 roster of original features.
Richard is the proud owner of a vintage Buddy Miles drum-set and enjoys playing it whenever possible; during a Spring 1999 appearance on Access Hollywood, he revealed that get-togethers in the Burgi household often turn into impromptu concerts, with adults grabbing instruments and children singing along.
Richard was involved for a time with the Yellowstone Ecological Survey,an organization devoted to educating the public on the delicate Yellowstone ecosystem.
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 Laboratory Equipment > Glassware
While many Erlenmeyer flasks have markings on the side indicating volume, these graduations are only approximate values; they should not be used for measuring exact volumes.
The Erlenmeyer flask was invented by the German chemist, Richard Erlenmeyer.
Erlenmeyer flasks are also useful in the preparation of supersaturated solutions; the conical shape slows the rate at which the contents cool, and helps to minimize premature crystallization of the solute particles.
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 Erlenmeyer - Qwika
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 Erlenmeyer flask   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask) is a widely used type of laboratory glassware which consists of an inverted conical base with a cylindrical neck.
The flask is used to heat substances, yet not vigorously; the latter task usually being left to the Florence flask.
An alternative way to set up the aparatus is to clamp the flask directly to the ring stand by means of holding it with a test tube clamp around the flask's neck.
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 Erlenmeyer Flasks -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The main advantages in an Erlenmeyer flask are that it is less likely to tip over than a beaker and the smaller neck which slows evaporative loss.
Sometimes to anchor an Erlenmeyer flask, a 'C' shaped lead or iron weight will be placed over the outside, to keep the flask firmly planted.
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 ScienceWeek
So today we have the irony that Erlenmeyer is known primarily for the name of a glass flask that he designed, Cooper and Frankland are hardly known at all, and Kekule is often described to students as having concocted these beginnings of structural chemistry in a dream.
Richard Lenski (Michigan State University, US) has independently shown that after 20,000 generations in the absence of streptomycin, E. coli still carries the gene that confers resistance to the antibiotic.
The consensus is apparently that a compensatory mutation has occurred, a mutation that compensates for the loss of fitness produced by the gene that confers antibiotic resistance, and which results in long-term survival of the resistant strain.
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 Titration of Vinegar (C-Jain-Mooradian) - Ram Science
One of the fundamental pieces of glassware we used was an Erlenmeyer flask, also called a conical flask.
Titration is also a term in medicine, used to refer to altering the amount of medication to reach a certain effect.
To perform this experiment we obtained the necessary equipment, including a 250-mL Erlenmeyer flask, vinegar, NaOH, phenolphthalein indicator, a burette, a ring stand, and a graduated cylinder.
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 Healthcare, Lab & Life Science Equipment and Supplies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
An Erlenmeyer flask (also known as a conical flask) is a type of laboratory glassware which consists of an inverted conical base with a cylindrical neck.
The main advantages in an Erlenmeyer flask are that it is less likely to tip over than a Florence flask and the smaller neck slows evaporative loss better than a beaker.
A watch glass is a circular, slightly concave piece of glass used in chemistry as a surface to evaporate a liquid, or as a cover for a beaker.
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 Inventor Of The Erlenmeyer Flask   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer-inventor of the erlenmeyer flask..my mom told me he was my great great great uncle(or some more greats).
Perspective Physician Scientist Inventor Normally 5-10 lobules are incubated in a single Erlenmeyer flask at 37 degrees Celsius and in the
It was named after it's inventor, the german scientist named Richard Erlenmeyer.
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