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Use the same kind of olive oil in each graduated cylinder.
You can buy small graduated cylinders at the drug store.
They should be able to get you one or two balances and a few graduated cylinders.
I now began to measure out the chemicals into graduated cylinders.
To do this, measure 100 ml of solution in a graduated cylinder.
It is a graduated cylinder, not a test tube.
Each day, at the same time, collect the rain and measure its volume with a graduated cylinder.
With the graduated cylinder about half full (say 50 ml) drop in the objects.
For these reasons, graduated cylinders should not be used to perform volumetric analysis.
These use a series of marked lines (as on a graduated cylinder) to indicate the different volumes.
Get a dropper and a graduated cylinder that can measure 1 ml.
Sounds like you may have had the graduated cylinder stoppered instead of the flask.
Put 50 ml of water in a 100 ml graduated cylinder.
For more accuracy you could use a 1 liter graduated cylinder instead of a beaker.
You will notice that the volume as it appears in the graduated cylinder will increase.
After sample is mixed pour 5 mL into a graduated cylinder.
Layer liquids of different densities in a graduated cylinder.
Is there a way of creating a balance and a graduated cylinder out of normal household materials?
Typical capacities of graduated cylinders are between 5 ml and 2000 ml.
One method is to put the sample in a water-filled graduated cylinder and read off how much water it displaces.
I suggest you design an experiment in which a piece of clay is submerged in water within a graduated cylinder.
Set up numerous graduated cylinders; each with the same amount of water, but increase the thickness of the oil cap.
A measuring cylinder or graduated cylinder is used to measure the volume of liquids.
By graduated cylinder, add 30 ml of the acetic acid - chloroform solution.
In our experiment the solution in the graduated cylinder was going up through the tubing into the flask.
And the next moment, in a voice that was already fairly well under control, "Have you a graduated glass?"
It consists essentially of a graduated glass tube, usually furnished with a small aperture and stopcock.
Carefully, Hamprell measured off solutions in a graduated glass.
The instrument, which produces sweet, sometimes eerie, sounds, is played by rubbing moist fingers along graduated glass bowls.
Arched alcoves were inset with circular windows of graduated glass, each fashioned after a different flower.
The fuel gauge was a plastic pipe running from the top to the bottom of the tank with a graduated glass tube section on the dashboard.
Thereon stood scales of several sizes, a graduated glass vessel half full of water, an arithmetical reckoner, and certain reference works.
The glass harmonica is a musical instrument formed from a nested set of graduated glass cups mounted sideways on an axle.
The minim, on the other hand, was measured with a graduated glass tube known as a "minimometer" later known as the minim-tube.
It is made in its simplest form by filling a graduated glass tube about 34 inches long with mercury and inverting it in a cup containing mercury.
These early timekeeping devices consisted of a graduated glass reservoir to hold oil - usually whale oil, which burned cleanly and evenly - supplying the fuel for a built-in lamp.
I put a ligature on Rheya, took some blood from a median vein and transferred it to a graduated glass, then divided it between several test-tubes and began the analyses.
The First Lady's triple strand of graduated glass pearls, shown with matching bracelet and earrings, is among the 75 baubles presented in the exhibition "Glass Jewelry: 25 Centuries of Style," at Steuben, Fifth Avenue at 56th Street, through Oct. 26.
This almost-two-foot-high stand was made up of three graduated glass salvers ringed with a dozen footed glasses for syllabub and jellies (jelled desserts in jewellike colors), and also included eight little flared glass bowls for sweetmeats, a bud vase and a top glass for a preserved orange.
Dr. Fu-Manchu felt for the pulse of the boy whom a moment since I had pronounced dead, and, stepping to the tall glass case, took out a long-necked flask of chased gold, and from it, into a graduated glass, he poured some drops of an amber liquid wholly unfamiliar to me.
In addition to mirrored screens, her trademark pieces included: books covered in white vellum, cutlery with white porcelain handles, console tables with plaster palm-frond, shell, or dolphin bases, upholstered and fringed sleigh beds, fur carpets, dining chairs covered in white leather, and lamps of graduated glass balls.
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