A lab Kipp’s dispenser, also known as a Kipp’s apparatus, is a laboratory device used for dispensing small quantities of liquids or gases. It consists of a cylindrical glass container with two openings and a tapered tube or stopcock in the middle. The upper opening is used to fill the container with the liquid or gas to be dispensed, while the lower opening is connected to the apparatus or container where the liquid or gas will be used. The Kipp’s dispenser operates by using gravity to control the flow of the liquid or gas through the stopcock, which can be opened or closed as needed. This allows for precise dispensing and measurement of small quantities of the substance. Kipp’s dispensers are commonly used in chemistry and other scientific disciplines.