Clay Triangle?

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A pipeclay triangle is used in the laboratory to support another piece of apparatus on a tripod. This is particularly an apparatus being heated by a Bunsen burner or any other heat source. It functions much in the same way as wire gauze.
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A pipe clay triangle's use is similar to a gauze mat; to steady/hold apparatus on a tripod while usually they are being heated by a Bunsen burner.
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The clay triangle is used to hold a crucible while the crucible is
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Assuming you're heating the MgO in a crucible. The crucible will nestle/rest in the triangle, and therefore allow for direct contact with the flame (from the bunsen burner, etc. The
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A clay triangle is a three set of two wires with the twisted ends to form a triangle. It is used to hold the crucible while it is being heated.
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A Pipe Clay Triangle is an apparatus that is used in the lab to support another piece of apparatus on a tripod that is undergoing heating by a Bunsen burner or another heat source. This apparatus is used in the same way as wire gauze and it is made of wire enclosed in pipeclay tubes.
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