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Laboratory Mortar and Pestle

In solid state chemistry, a mortar and pestle is often used to prepare reactants for a solid state synthesis (the ceramic method).

A mortar and pestle is used to grind up solid chemicals into fine powder and crush solids into smaller pieces. The mortar’s interior is unglazed for more effective grinding. The rims have integrated pouring spouts.

The mortar is a bowl, typically made of hard wood, ceramic or stone. The pestle is a heavy and blunt club-shaped object, the end of which is used for crushing and grinding. The substance to be ground is placed in the mortar and ground, crushed or mixed using a pestle.

Mortars and pestles come in a variety of shapes and sizes.There are 3 types of Nitrogen Generator designed for different applications: Alumina Mortar and Pestle Set, Zirconia Mortars & Pestles, Agate Mortars & Pestles.

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  • AC0924 Alumina Mortar and Pestle Set

    Stanford Advanced Materials provides alumina ceramic products with high purity, tight dimensional tolerance, and competitive prices. 99.8% high purity alumina mortar and pestle set has a great efficiency cost ratio. Our high purity alumina products fulfill most of the requirements.  Related products: Alumina Crucible, Alumina Custom Parts, Zirconia...

  • LE0113 Zirconia Mortars & Pestles

    Zirconia mortar & pestle are finely hard for grinding tough ceramics. they're low contamination & anti-corrosion materials, also good for high-temperature applications.

  • LE0114 Agate Mortars & Pestles

    Our high-quality & customizable agate mortar & pestle are used for grinding solid powder of chemicals, medicals, industrials, etc. and also for making labware & kitchenware.

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