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Using a Burette
Attach a burette clamp to a ring stand and attach the burette to the clamp. Add about 10 mL of the liquid to be added to the burette using a small beaker.
The burette and how to use it
The Burette. How to use it. 1.
Burets and Titration
Before you start using a buret, it needs to be properly prepared.
The buret is etched with calibration markings at 0.10-. mL intervals allowing the estimation of variable liquid levels to the hundredths of a milliliter.
Filling a buret. Once the buret is cleaned, place it in a buret stand and rinse it with distilled water Turn the buret upright and drain the solution through the tip.

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ChemLab - Glassware - Burets
Before titrating, condition the buret with titrant solution and check that the buret is flowing freely.
Using a Burette
Attach a burette clamp to a ring stand and attach the burette to the clamp. Add about 10 mL of the liquid to be added to the burette using a small beaker.
Helpful Hints on the Use of a Buret
Burette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cleaning the Buret
With the stopcock closed, add some distilled water to the buret.

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