Pasteur pipette

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pipettes with rubber bulbs.

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Named after the French scientist Louis Pasteur, who used them in his research.

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Pasteur pipette (plural Pasteur pipettes)

  1. (chemistry) An item of laboratory equipment consisting of a simple pipette with a very long, fine nose and a rubber bulb, used to draw small amounts of liquid from a chemical liquid or solution. Often used to separate two phases in a small sample.

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