Erlenmeyer


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German chemist (1825-1909)

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542 mg*mL-1) were introduced into an air-tight Erlenmeyer flask of 150 mL capacity, which was then shaken (100 r*min-1) in a water-bath shaker at 25AdegC for 24 h to establish equilibrium.
For this method, the measurement of the oxygen reduction in a hermetically closed Erlenmeyer is based on the effect of dynamic luminescence principle.
Mites were extracted using a Berlese funnel apparatus (funnels had a diameter of 25 cm and height of 35 cm, with 1-2-mm mesh screens that were fitted with 30 W tungsten filament lamps at an appropriate distance) over Erlenmeyer flasks containing 70% alcohol placed at the end of the funnel stems over 24 h.
After 4 passages (28 d; 7 d each), cultures were transferred to 250 mL Erlenmeyer flasks.
Biomass harvested from culture medium (3 g) was transferred to 500 ml Erlenmeyer flask containing production medium: 100 ml potassium phosphate buffer (0.
The product portfolio includes reusable laboratory glassware for research, development and analytics, such as beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks and measuring cylinders as well as disposable laboratory products such as culture tubes, pipettes, chromatography vials and other specialty laboratory glassware.
Ten Erlenmeyer flasks were filled with 100 ml of water from each water type.
Three often coexistent pathologic presentations have been identified: focal disease (such as lytic or sclerotic lesions), local disease (such as Erlenmeyer (EM) flask shape deformity) and generalized osteopenia and osteoporosis.
These suspensions were then used to inculate 100 mL of wastewaters after sterilized in 500 mL Erlenmeyer flasks [20].
The package includes Single-Use AdvantaFlex fluid transfer tubing and molded container closures, plus filters and caps for media bottles, Erlenmeyer flasks and carboys.
Single-use fluid transfer tubing and molded container closures, plus filters and caps for media bottles, Erlenmeyer flasks, and carboys