florentine flask


florentine flask
noun or florentine receiver
Usage: usually capitalized 1st F
: a receiver of glass or metal having an outlet near the top and one near the bottom for separating the layers of two immiscible distillates (as oil and water in the steam distillation of essential oils)

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