Retort of K'el'dalya
They are used as receivers for distillation, for various organic syntheses and analytical work in the Kjeldahl apparatus.
Flasks are made of glass of the TC group.
The Kjeldahl flask is a thin-walled pear-shaped container made of glass with an elongated neck of various capacities, intended for use in laboratory analyzes. Kjeldahl flasks are made of heat-resistant glass in accordance with GOST 23932-90 in two versions - with a thin section (interchangeable cone) and with a cylindrical neck. These glass vessels are used as receivers for distillation, for various organic syntheses and analytical work, as well as for the determination of nitrogen by the Kjeldahl method.
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