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A receiver bend is a type of laboratory glassware that is used to collect and store liquids during distillation and other chemical processes. The receiver bend is typically a curved piece of glassware that connects the condenser to the receiving flask.
A receiver bend that is vertical is simply one that is oriented upright, perpendicular to the ground.
A receiver bend with a drip tip is a variation that includes a small projecting tip or spout at the bottom. The drip tip is used to allow the collected liquid to flow out of the receiver bend more easily and to minimize the formation of droplets that could lead to contamination. The drip tip is commonly used in distillation and other processes where it is important to accurately measure or collect the collected liquid.