|Date: March 1, 1999||Table of Bottletop Burettes|
Only recently, with the advent of bottletop burettes, could scientists dispense liquid while making precise measurements of fluid volume. Previously a four-step process was required: dispense the desired amount of liquid, carefully measure the given quantity, add or subtract the desired portion, and pour the remainder into the reaction vessel. This complicated and time-consuming process, which frequently results in drips and spills, has been reduced to a single step with the use of bottletop burettes....
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