A piece of chemistry laboratory equipment, a container often made of glass, which has a narrow cylindrical mouth and a cone-shaped main body that ends in a wide, flat bottom. It may also have a smaller straight tube-shaped opening from the side of the cylindrical part, where tubes can be attached.
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