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Featuring a wide flat base, conical tapering body and short cylindrical neck, an Erlenmeyer flask (or Titration, or conical flask) is a laboratory flask named after its creator, Emil Erlenmeyer (a German chemist). The mouth can have a beaded lip to allow it to be stoppered with cotton wool or rubber bung, or it may be fitted with a connector for attachment to other apparatus. They often have areas of etching where they can be labelled with a pencil. The intended application determines whether a glass or plastic flask is used.

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