Why pipet is a more accurate volume measuring-instrument than a graduated cylinder?
Interpreting the volume of fluid in a pipette is the same as in a graduated cylinder, though there is one extra technique that makes a pipette superior. The diameter does not allow fluid to be poured into a pipette; that is, it has to be drawn into the pipette. You can find more on the same from this link http://oldwww.mtlsd.org/senior/science/jptachcinski/lab_proc/basic%20science%20lab%20techniques.htm.
A pipet measures smaller amounts, I believe. plus u don't have to eyeball the bottom of the meniscus. don't know if that's the right word, but the bottom of the curve that's created as the water clings to the side of the cylinder and arcs down.