Laboratory tube


Laboratory tube

Laboratory tubes are pieces of laboratory equipment used to hold small quantities of substances undergoing experimentation or testing. They are usually made of glass and vary in size and purpose. Laboratory tubes must not be confused with glass tubing, which is used to carry gases between laboratory equipment.

The main examples of laboratory tube are listed below:

*Ignition tube
*Test tube
*Boiling tube
*NMR tube

ee also

* Laboratory glassware


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