Laboratory Glassware Beaker is one of the most common pieces of glassware used in a laboratory. It is majorly used to hold, mix, aggregate measurement, pour, or in heating of reagents.

It’s a cylindrical glass container, manufactured from Borosilicate Glass 3.3 low expansion, which is highly resistant to chemicals and heat.

Beakers, considering their applications are of a few types varying in their shape, specifications, and material.

Two types of Glass Beakers used in the labs are Tall-Form Beaker and Low-Form Beaker. Further, depending on their application, they can either be Graduated/ Non-graduated, with/ without spout,

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A Glass Beaker is a laboratory container made of glass, commonly used for measuring, mixing, and heating liquids. They are typically cylindrical in shape with a flat bottom and a small spout.

They come in a variety of sizes, with commonly used sizes ranging from 50 milliliters to 1000 milliliters. Glass beakers are often used in experiments and demonstrations, as well as for storing chemicals and solutions. They are also used in chemical reactions and to measure the volume of liquids.

Glass beakers are made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass and can withstand high temperatures and pressures. They are easy to clean and can be used multiple times. They are also transparent, allowing for observation of contents inside.