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Crucibles – Conical Form are laboratory tools used for heating and melting substances at high temperatures. They are typically made of porcelain or other high-temperature-resistant materials such as alumina, quartz, or platinum. The conical shape of the crucible provides a broad surface area for heating and evaporation of liquids or other substances.
Crucibles are commonly used in chemistry, metallurgy, and materials science applications for the preparation and analysis of various substances. They are ideal for high-temperature applications such as heating and melting metals, alloys, and other materials. The conical shape of the crucible allows for better control of the heating process and helps to minimize any potential spills or splatters.
Crucibles can be used with a variety of heating sources, including Bunsen burners, electric heaters, or furnaces. They are available in different sizes and shapes to accommodate different types of samples and applications. Conical form crucibles are typically used for smaller quantities of samples and are ideal for high-temperature melting and heating applications. They are highly durable, reusable, and can be cleaned easily with appropriate cleaning agents.