(US also buret)
A graduated glass tube with a tap at one end, for delivering known volumes of a liquid, especially in titrations.
More example sentences
- A buret (also spelled burette) is a long glass tube open at both ends, that is used to measure out precise volumes of liquids or gases.
- A buret is a long tube with volume markings for precise measurement and a stopcock at the bottom to control the flow of liquid.
- For example, burettes and spectro photometers are chemical instruments - one measures volume and the other measures absorbance.
Definition of burette in:
- The US English dictionary