Mark the pipette (with the grease pencil) with the distinctive number of the serum and place it in the glass box or tray.
Put one end of the pipette into the milk sample and the other end into the mouth.
The pipette is then withdrawn; it is in the withdrawing that the disadvantage of this particular form makes itself felt.
A pipette or slender-spouted vessel may be used to add the water.
Collect a quantity of pleuritic effusion, if such is present, in a pipette for further examination later.
The third of these weighings gave the mean weight of a pipette.
I then lay flat on my back, keeping my head very low, and poured with a pipette about four cubic centimetres into both nostrils.
The oil is separated by means of a pipette, filtered, and bottled off.
The three manometers are filled to the same level with mercury, the quantity being adjusted by means of a pipette.
This is most conveniently carried out by means of the pipette shown in Fig. 133.
pipette pi·pette or pi·pet (pī-pět')
A narrow, usually calibrated glass tube into which small amounts of liquid are suctioned for transfer or measurement.