Kipps Apparatus Glass
The Kipp's Apparatus Glass is a laboratory tool used for carefully accumulating gases, with two to three compartments split by tap valves. The upper compartment houses the reagents, while the middle section captures the created gas, and the lower section holds any byproducts or waste.
By managing the flow of liquids and gases through the valves, the apparatus enables the gradual production and storage of gases via chemical reactions, often involving a solid and a liquid.
Kipps Apparatus Glass, Kipps Apparatus A Gas Generator; Made of Borosilicate Glass.
Kipp's Apparatus is used to prepare gases in laboratories at room temperature.
Material: Borosilicate Glass