Why Use Glass Rod When Pouring Liquid?

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Glass rods are used in laboratories for scientific experiments in Chemistry, Biology and Physics with the purpose of spreading or pouring liquids uniformly into another object or onto something. They are often used because they are inert and therefore are good in stirring solutions or mixtures. Glass Rods are also used when dealing with toxic chemicals thus are helpful in protecting one from being hurt or injured.
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often when performing experiments in chemistry you are using dangerous chemicals. the purpose of the glass stirring rod is to a) slowly pour in the liquids so that it will not splash
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1. Fill the initial glass a maximum of 3/4 of the way full with liquid. Pouring from a glass that is topped off with liquid may result in spills and slippage. 2. Carefully twist the
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When the temperature of glass is suddenly changed by the addition of liquid, thermal expansion or contraction occurs rapidly near the inside surface of the glass, but because glass
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An old technique, but one which saves much mess. Place your stirring rod across the top of the beaker, with the lowest end resting in the spout. It usually helps to hold the beaker
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