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pipette

Pipette is correct but measuring cylinder is also correct but it for only large quantity

Measuring cylinder

Measuring cylinder as the name implies, it's used to correctly measure volume of liquid but pipette is used correctly to measure 25cm^3 of liquid.

Pipete why? because it unit is measure in centimeter cube which usually read in 20 to 25 centimeters cube and mostly used in titration

I think measuring or graduated cylinder should be more accurate according to google

It should be pipette

Meant it shouldn't be pipette

Measuring Cylinder

On a measuring cylinder, there are lines denoting volume of a

liquid . The liquid can be measured accurately by close

observation of the point at which it reaches on the cylinder.

Measuring cylinder is best suitable

I think it's C (measuring cylinder) because a pippette is used for measuring base which is by sucking it into the pippette but it much easier with the cylinder as it can measure higher volumes than the pippette

On a measuring cylinder, there are lines denoting volume of a liquid .

The liquid can be measured accurately by close observation of the point at which it reaches on the cylinder.

PIPETTE

pipette

On a pipette there is a line that is particularly designated for measuring a particular amount of liquid (usually 20-25 cm\(^3\))