What Is a Glass Funnel?

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A glass funnel is a pipe with a wide, often conical mouth and a narrow stem that is made from a hard, brittle, transparent or translucent substance. Glass funnels are used for filtering where separation of solids from liquids is required. Glass funnels are popularly used in many laboratory applications as they are inert compared to funnels made from metals or plastics.
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