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Sometimes called a Griffin beaker (as it was created by John Joseph Griffin) a beaker is a commonly used piece of laboratory apparatus. It is usually a cylindrical container with a flat base (with a height 1.4 times that of the diameter) and is used for liquids – for stirring, mixing and heating purposes. Common “standard” or “low-form” beakers have a small spout (or "beak") to make pouring easier.

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