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Adapter Claisen heads are laboratory glassware components that are used in organic chemistry to connect two glassware pieces with different ground glass joints. They are named after the German chemist Richard Claisen and are used to adapt from one size of the joint to another or to connect two reaction vessels.
They typically have two sidearms that have the same joint size and are used to connect two separate pieces of glassware with a different joint sizes, allowing for the creation of a multi-neck flask setup. Adapter Claisen heads are commonly used in distillation and reaction setups to provide a secure and leak-proof connection.