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In this lesson, we will learn how to describe the transfer of dry solvents by cannulation and other methods, assessing hazards and common errors.
When cannulating a solvent, which of the following would not noticeably increase the flow rate between flasks?
When removing a liquid from a Schlenk flask sealed with a rubber septum, what is the purpose of the bleed needle?
A student sets up a cannulation but finds there is no solvent flow. Which of the following is least likely to be the cause of the problem?
When a syringe is used to remove a liquid from a bottle or Schlenk flask containing an inert atmosphere, which of the following steps is not required?
When cannulation is complete, in which order should the
following actions be performed?
What is the fastest method to stop the flow of solvent during cannulation?
When setting up a cannulation, in which order should the following actions be performed?
Which of the following items of glassware is least useful for performing a cannulation?
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