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6830-Separating Funnel, Squibb (Short Stem) with PTFE Plug, ASTM

  • With Glass Stopper & PTFE Plug Stopcock
  • With Glass Stopper & PTFE Plug Stopcock
PART  No. Capacity (ml) Stopcock Bore (mm) Stopper PACK Qty.
6830-60 60 2 16 1
6830-125 125 2 22 1
6830-250 250 4 22 1
6830-500 500 4 27 1
6830-1000 1000 4 27 1
6830-2000 2000 6 38 1

Here are some common uses of a Squibb Separating Funnel with a short stem and PTFE plug:

  1. Liquid-Liquid Extraction:
    • The primary and most common use of a Squibb Separating Funnel is for liquid-liquid extraction. It allows for the separation of immiscible liquids or the extraction of specific compounds from a mixture.
  2. Sample Preparation for Analysis:
    • Laboratories use Squibb Separating Funnels to prepare samples for analysis by separating different components or isolating specific fractions for further testing, such as chromatography or spectroscopy.
  3. Purification Processes:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels are employed in laboratories for purifying substances by removing impurities or unwanted components through liquid-liquid extraction.
  4. Solvent Recovery:
    • After a chemical reaction or process, these funnels can be used to recover solvents or valuable components by separating them from the reaction mixture.
  5. Phase Separation:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels are essential for phase separation, ensuring that different layers, such as organic and aqueous phases, can be cleanly and precisely separated.
  6. Fractionation:
    • Laboratories use these funnels for fractionation, allowing for the collection of distinct fractions based on differences in solubility or other properties.
  7. Removal of Impurities:
    • Laboratories use Squibb Separating Funnels to remove impurities or unwanted substances from reaction mixtures or samples.
  8. Extraction of Specific Compounds:
    • In organic synthesis or analytical chemistry, these funnels are used to selectively extract and separate specific compounds from a mixture.
  9. Biological Sample Processing:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels may be used in biological laboratories for processing and extracting specific compounds from biological samples.
  10. Teaching and Demonstrations:
    • Educational laboratories often use Squibb Separating Funnels to teach students about liquid-liquid extraction techniques and the principles of phase separation.
  11. Quality Control Processes:
    • In industries where quality control is crucial, these funnels may be used for extracting and isolating specific components for analysis.
  12. Research and Development:
    • Squibb Separating Funnels are used in research laboratories for various experiments and processes that involve the extraction or separation of substances.
  13. Environmental Testing:
    • Laboratories involved in environmental testing may use these funnels for extracting pollutants or specific compounds from environmental samples.

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