Erlenmeyer

The word Erlenmeyer may mean:

  • Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer (1825-1909), German chemist.
  • Erlenmeyer flask, conical glassware invented by Richard Erlenmeyer.
  • The bony deformity named Deformity type Erlenmeyer flask because of the similarity to the shape of the flask.
  • Friedrich Gustav Carl Emil Erlenmeyer (1864-1921), son of R. A. C. E. Erlenmeyer.
  • Erlenmeyer Rule proposed by R. A. C. E. Erlenmeyer.

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