An instument used in chemistry that is a mix of a flask and a beaker.

I used a fleaker in chem today.

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  • Fleaker — Infobox Laboratory equipment name = Fleaker caption = A 300 mL Erlenmeyer flask (left); two fleakers (center left, with lid upside down in front; center right, with lid on; both also 300 mL each); and a 250 mL beaker (right) acronym = other names …   Wikipedia

  • Fleaker — An instument used in chemistry that is a mix of a flask and a beaker. I used a fleaker in chem today …   Dictionary of american slang

  • fleaker — noun A container used for liquids in a laboratory, combining the flat base and wide profile of a beaker with the narrowed neck of a flask …   Wiktionary

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  • Burette — Diagram of modern burette A burette (also buret) is a vertical cylindrical piece of laboratory glassware with a volumetric graduation on its full length and a precision tap, or stopcock, on the bottom. It is used to dispense known amounts of a… …   Wikipedia

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