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What is the use of glass pipettes in laboratory?

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Glass Pipettes

In laboratory procedures, pipettes, sometimes referred to as chemical droppers, are tiny glass or plastic tube used to transfer a measurably small amount of liquid. The advanced pipettes come in a variety of designs with varying degrees of precision and accuracy. With the use of modern pipette, one can manually dispense liquid down to approximately 0.1 μL. In order to extract the liquid from the solution and dispense it into a different container, pipettes function by partially inflating the space above the liquid-holding chamber and then releasing this vacuum.

In medical and molecular biology labs, accurate and repeatable liquid dispensing is crucial for research and diagnostic applications.