Evaporating dishes are shallow open containers used to evaporate solutions and supernatants to produce a concentrated solution or solid precipitate of solute.
Evaporating dishes are used to evaporate excess solvents – most commonly water – to produce a concentrated solution or solid precipitate of the solute.
Evaporation dishes are pieces of heat-resistant laboratory glass that are used to hold substances or liquids that are to be melted or vaporized. They are typically made of borosilicate glass (like Pyrex evaporating dishes) or porcelain (also called “porcelain dishes”).
Evaporation dishes are pieces of heat-resistant laboratory glass used to hold substances or liquids that are being melted or vaporized.
Definition of evaporating dish
: a flat, usually lipped vessel, often made of porcelain, used in particular for concentrating solutions on a small scale by evaporating the solvent.
Evaporating dishes are made of porcelain that is non-reactive and will withstand a torch.
A plate is a flat container used to cook or serve food.
An evaporating dish is a round, low dish with a spout used for evaporating in chemistry. They are often made of porcelain, but can also be made of glass.
The evaporation bowl is a small bowl with a spout, usually made of porcelain or borosilicate glass. As the name suggests, it is commonly used to evaporate solvents in a sample. The evaporating dishes we encounter in a chemistry lab usually hold small samples.