Tigl

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Moderni tigl koji se koristi za pravljenje silikonskih podloga

Tigl je kontejner koji se koristi za proizvodnju metala, stakla, i pigmenata, kao i u brojnim laboratorijskim procesima. Ova posuda može da podnese dovoljno visoke temperature da bi se rastopio ili na drugi način promenio njen sadržaj. Istorijski, tiglovi su bili napravljeni od gline,[1] mada oni mogu da budu napravljeni od bilo kog materijala koji je otporan na više temperature.

Laboratorijski tigl[уреди]

Laboratorijski tigl

Tigl je laboratorijski pribor u obliku šolje i koji se stavljaju hemijska jedinjenja kad se neohodno da se zagreju do visoke temperature. Postoji više veličina tiglova.[2]

Reference[уреди]

  1. ^ Percy, John. "Natural Refractory Materials Employed in the Construction of Crucibles, Retorts, Forunaces &c." Metallurgy. London: W.Clowes and Sons, 1861. 208–09. Print.
  2. ^ R. Mihajlović, Kvantitativna hemijska analiza (praktikum), Kragujevac, 1998.

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