Noun(1) a flatbottomed jar made of glass or plastic; used for chemistry(2) a cup (usually without a handle
(1) One memorable object was a fine rusticated 2nd century beaker wrapped in a 1927 newspaper.(2) Excavated in 1911, the primary burial dates to about 2500 BC and comprised a crouched inhumation in a cist accompanied by a beaker , bone pin, and flint tools.(3) Faraday pressurized chlorine gas inside a curved glass tube that was submerged at one end in a beaker of crushed ice.(4) In the milking process, a snake is prompted to bite through a latex membrane stretched over a glass beaker .(5) From the near vicinity, there is a small beaker in Romano-British style from a grave at Little Wittenham, embellished with scenes depicting episodes in the life of Christ.(6) He pulled down a clear bottle filled with a crystal clear liquid and poured it into a glass beaker while, at the same time, he poured a light blue bottle into the same jar.(7) The beaker in front of the first pitcher is a prize example of Anthony Rasch's New Orleans work, about 1825 to 1835.(8) The silanized coverslips were held in a glass beaker covered with aluminum foil for up to 5 days.(9) By turning the screw he could bring the level of mercury inside the glass beaker up just high enough to touch the point of an ivory pin set there to mark zero on the scale, allowing, each time, an accurate reading at the top.(10) An aliquot of whole blood was taken in a sterilized flat bottom 25 ml glass beaker .(11) She remained quiet as she poured the water into the clear glass beaker .(12) Root tips were cut, placed in a beaker filled with ice water, and transferred to the laboratory.(13) Other discoveries include a wooden beaker , barbed arrowheads and armour.(14) Irradiation was carried out under permanent stirring in glass beakers covered with fused silica plates.(15) On the north side of the room was Dipper's Magic shop, which was rather humble, comprising only a few shelves behind a counter upon which rested beakers and glass containers of what Doremi recognized were common spell components.(16) Beautiful Anglo-Saxon jewellery, beakers made by the Bronze Age people, flints and pottery will all be part of the exhibition.
1. cup ::
2. beaker ::
3. goblet ::
4. pot ::
5. death cup ::
6. glass ::
Different Formsbeaker, beakers
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