Pipette

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A pipette is a glass tube used for moving a specific volume of a solution.

A smaller, less accurate version, known as a teat pipette is made of plastic and is filled by squeezing a plastic bubble at the top.

A pipette used for the delivery of small fractions of a milliliter of a liquid is called a micropipette.

Rainin (a division of Mettler Toledo) is the world's largest developer and supplier of pipettes.