Water Bath is Single Wall, Concentric Rings, Inner Chamber S.S.Great for evaporating liquids like alcohol or for melting solids such as agar. Concentric rings can be removed to accommodate containers of various
A water bath is a laboratory apparatus used to heat samples gently and evenly. It consists of a container filled with heated water that is used to surround the container holding the sample, which is placed inside the larger container. The heat transfer from the water to the sample occurs through conduction, providing a more consistent and controlled heating environment compared to other methods such as a hot plate or Bunsen burner. Water baths are commonly used in scientific experiments, chemical reactions, and cooking applications.