a graduated glass tube with a stopcock at the bottom, used as by chemists for measuring small quantities of liquid or gas
Origin of buretteFrench ; from Old French buirette, diminutive of buire, flagon, variant, variety of buie, jug ; from Frankish an unverified form buk- ; from Indo-European an unverified form bh?u-, to swell
A glass tube with fine, volumetric graduations and a stopcock at the bottom, used especially in laboratory procedures for accurate fluid dispensing and measurement.
Origin of buretteFrench, diminutive of buire, vase for liquors, from Old French, probably of Germanic origin.
releasing a liquid from a burette into an Erlenmeyer flask