General Chemistry

Blue Cup for Evaporation to Dryness


[Product Description]

Blue-colored evaporating cup (dish) suitable for students’ experiment of evaporation to dryness.

[Overall Advantages to Users]

Dissolved substances that appear (dry) on this deep evaporating dish are instantly recognizable for students in comparison to commonly used white colored evaporation dishes.


  • Evaporation to dryness
  • Natural dryness
  • Evaporation and Crystallization
  • Solute, Solvent, and Solution


  • Wear safety glasses and gloves during experiments.
  • Place the dish in a proper position of a heater such as a Bunsen or a stove burner.
  • Do not touch the evaporating dish with your bare hands during or soon after heating.
  • Do not look directly into the evaporating dish during heating.
  • Stop heating the evaporating dish soon after the solution starts evaporating.
  • Do not heat the evaporating dish without solution inside.
  • Let the evaporating dish cool down naturally. Otherwise, the coated surface of the dish can crack.
  • Ventilate the room enough during experiments.




[To teachers]

  • Unlike conventional porcelain (ceramic) evaporating dishes, this product has less risk of burning and/or hurting students because it does not break when dropped or when heated on an open fire even before the outer surface is fully dried up.
  • Compact storage possible because of the stackable shape.
  • Size: ø 100 x 35 mm (excluding the handgrip)
  • Material: Steel coated with annealed powdered glass

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