meker burner

meker burner
горелка Меккера

Англо-український і українсько-англійський словник з аналітичної хімії. — Севастополь: «Вебер». . 2002.

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  • Meker burner — Mek·er burn·er mek ər .bər nər n a laboratory gas burner that differs from a typical Bunsen burner in having a constriction in the tube and a grid at the top of the burner causing the flame of burning gas to consist of a number of short blue… …   Medical dictionary

  • meker burner — ˈmekə(r) noun Usage: usually capitalized M Etymology: after George Meker, 20th century chemist : a laboratory gas burner that differs from a typical Bunsen burner in having a constriction in the tube and a grid at the top of the burner causing… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meker burner — /mek euhr/, Chem. a gas burner similar to the Bunsen burner but producing a hotter flame by virtue of having at its mouth a metal screen to allow a more intimate mixture of air and gas. [1955 60; named after George Meker, 20th century chemist,… …   Universalium

  • Meker-Fisher burner — Uses Heating Sterilization Combustion Related items Bunsen burner Hot plate Heating mantle A Meker Fisher burner is a piece of laboratory equipment that produces a single open gas flame, used for heating, sterilization, and combustion. It is used …   Wikipedia

  • Bunsen burner — a type of gas burner, commonly used in chemical laboratories, with which a very hot, practically nonluminous flame is obtained by allowing air to enter at the base and mix with the gas. [1865 70; named after R. W. BUNSEN] * * *   device for… …   Universalium

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