12 Best Lab Recovery Flasks

List Updated October 2020

Bestselling Lab Recovery Flasks in 2020


Laboy HMF010822 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 500 mL with 24/40 Joint

Laboy HMF010822 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 500 mL with 24/40 Joint
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Recovery flask
  • With 24/40 joint
  • Capacity of 500Ml
  • Heavy wall design
  • Made by hand blowing

Lab glass 2000ml (2L) Recovery Flask, Rotary Evaporator Flask 24/40 joint, heavy wall,

Lab glass 2000ml (2L) Recovery Flask, Rotary Evaporator Flask 24/40 joint, heavy wall,
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Capacity: 2000mL,
  • ISO International Standard
  • Joints size: 24/40
  • Heavy wall

Beyondsupply-lab Distillation Recovery Adapter 24/40 New

Beyondsupply-lab Distillation Recovery Adapter 24/40 New
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • top quality
  • 24/40 Joints
  • Material: borosilicate glass.
  • distillation recovery adapter
  • clear

Laboy HMF010820 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 250 mL with 24/40 Joint

Laboy HMF010820 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 250 mL with 24/40 Joint
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Recovery flask
  • With 24/40 joint
  • Capacity of 250Ml
  • Heavy wall design
  • Made by hand blowing

MagentaToner Standard Capacity

MagentaToner Standard Capacity
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Konica-minolta - a0x5331 - magentatoner standard capacity

Precision 500mL 24/40 Recovery Flask, Evaporating, Heavy Wall, Single Neck

Precision 500mL 24/40 Recovery Flask, Evaporating, Heavy Wall, Single Neck
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Recovery Flask
  • Capacity: 500mL
  • Standard Taper Outer Joint: 24/40
  • Made from Borosilicate Glass
  • Low Linear Coefficient of Expansion

2 Pack Short Grip Bottle Brush Cleaner with Hook,Water Bottle Brush Pot Brush Angled Design,Comfort Grip Easy to Clean Narrow Corner

2 Pack Short Grip Bottle Brush Cleaner with Hook,Water Bottle Brush Pot Brush Angled Design,Comfort Grip Easy to Clean Narrow Corner
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • MULTIPURPOSE - Three different sizes of bottle brushes can reach the bottom and clean all the interiors (side to bottom), suitable to clean various types of bottles ,such as sports bottle, long cups, Pot, vases, vacuum cup, kettles, blenders, coffee pot, baby water bottles and travel tumbler or more......especially the long narrow neck items.
  • ANGLED TIP DESIGN - The bristles attached to a helically wound stainless steel shaft which makes it strong, Comfortable grip that avoiding the slip out of wet hands, it lets you feel good to hold and use, lowering the efforts of cleaning and makes it quick and easy. The hook provided to hang it for drying and storage. It can be hung on the wall to dry quickly, to avoid the growth of bacteria.
  • QUALITY AND SAFETY NON-TOXIC MATERIAL -Made of food grade polypropylene, BPA free and non-toxic, free from foreign smells, keep safe and healthy.
  • DURABLE AND FINE BRISTLES -Stronger than regular brush adds a good amount of abrasion when trying to scrub out hardened stains. Easily scrub away food, stains and dirt, excellent bristle bend recovery, clean thing's well without scratching.
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - Lifetime Guarantee, so send it back to us for a full refund or replace it if has a problem with the brush.

Chemglass CG-1512-X-20 Series CG-1512-X Adapter for Heavy Wall Wide Mouth Recovery Flask, GL80 to 24/40 Outer Adapter, PTFE

Chemglass CG-1512-X-20 Series CG-1512-X Adapter for Heavy Wall Wide Mouth Recovery Flask, GL80 to 24/40 Outer Adapter, PTFE
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • For heavy wall wide mouth recovery flask
  • GL80 to 24/40 Outer adapter
  • PTFE specified
  • Sold in each

5L Lab Rotovap Rotary Evaporator/Evaporation Apparatus for Efficient Gentle Removal of Solvents (110V)

5L Lab Rotovap Rotary Evaporator/Evaporation Apparatus for Efficient Gentle Removal of Solvents (110V)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Special sealing structure and sealing material, high corrosion resistance.
  • High evaporating efficiency and high recovery.
  • Modular design, easy to connect to other appliance.
  • Easy to install and disasembled, easy to operate and maintain.
  • Rotary evaporators are also used in molecular cooking for the preparation of distillates and extracts.

Chemglass Flask, Recovery, 100mL, 24/40, - CHMGLS

Chemglass Flask, Recovery, 100mL, 24/40, - CHMGLS
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • CHEMGLA - Flask- Recovery- 100mL- 24/40- Heavy Wall- Single Neck, EA1

Laboy HMF010812 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 100 mL with 24/40 Joint

Laboy HMF010812 Glass Recovery Flask Rotary Evaporator Flask Heavy Wall 100 mL with 24/40 Joint
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Recovery flask
  • With 24/40 joint
  • Capacity of 100Ml
  • Heavy wall design
  • Made by hand blowing

50ml, 24/40, Heavy Wall Recovery Flask,Single Neck Round Bottom Evaporating Flask

50ml, 24/40, Heavy Wall Recovery Flask,Single Neck Round Bottom Evaporating Flask
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Single neck round bottom evaporating flask
  • 24/40 joint
  • 50ml capacity
  • heavy wall

What is Medicinal Chemistry?

This speaks a little about medicinal chemistry that it can do to improve the quality of life of Man

It is also implicitly related to the proposal and validation of mathematical models through studies of relationships between chemical structure and pharmacological and/or toxicological and/or pharmacokinetic activity.

Medicinal chemistry is, therefore, a hybrid subject operating together with other disciplines such as biophysics, molecular biology, biochemistry, clinical medicine, physical chemistry, physiology, neurobiology, pathology, biological chemistry, inorganic and organic chemistry, quantum chemistry, etc., within a trans- (on the insertion of one concept onto another), multi- (on the coexistence of multiples), and interdisciplinary (on the necessity of interfaces) aspects, in which all of the parts are equally fundamental.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the methods of discovery of new pharmaceuticals were empirical or almost random to chance. The success of the Hammett equation, however, made possible the chemical rationalization of small substructural regions, which allowed the appearance of quantitative structure activity relantionship (QSAR), during the 1960s. Since then, the reductionist search for information capable of describing biomacromolecules or more complex biological systems, has become a common activity in innumerous research centers all over the world. More recently, however, the advent of combinatorial chemistry has brought new advances to the search, mass identification and optimization of new bioactive chemical entities.

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Brazilian Chemical Society, a special issue of Química Nova has been dedicated to the Society (Química Nova, vol. 25, 2002), in which is written the following: According to a personal communication from Professor Toshio Fujita, the pioneer researcher Corwin Hansch visited Brazil during 1966, for the third Simpósio Internacionalde Farmacologia at Universidade de São Paulo, at which he gave a lecture. His talk was mainly concern to the well known Hansch-Fujita method. His visit to Brazil was by invitation from Professor Rocha e Silva, one of the organizers of the Brazilian part of the event.

In 1964, Professor Corwin Hansch published the first article on quantitative structure activity relantionship and, years later, Brazil entered the international scene with some historic publications by the Professors Andrejus Korolkolvas and Ivan da Rocha Pitta. Professor Andrejus Korolkovas was also the pioneer to write and translate into Portuguese his book MedicinalChemistry. Thus, a real school was formed, mainly within Faculties of Pharmacy, in which the subject of pharmacology/ pharmaceutical chemistry is taught. The production of literature in this area continues to evolve and has culminated with the publication of a new book on the present nature of medicinal chemistry, by the Professors Eliezer Barreiro and Carlos Alberto Mansour Fraga.

One of the first attempts to systematize and unveil the inherent activities of medicinal chemistry, of significant increasing effect, occurred in 1988-1989, when an exchange began between Brazilian researchers and those abroad. Initially in the QSAR area, there was the participation of several foreign researchers, but had the dynamic contribution of Professor Hugo Kubinyi.

For the first cople of years, the methodologies used in QSAR, their potentials and limitations, were divulged in different regions of Brazil, mainly through the ambit of post-graduate courses and research.

The second stage concerned the development of research projects, now carried out in collaboration with other research groups, research institutes and universities in Brazil as well as abroad. These were and have been feasible due to financing, in the great majority of cases by funding agencies with PhD, MSc and undergraduate grants. As a result of this exchange, two workshops were held at the São Paulo University, IQ/USP, on "Chemical Structure and Biological Activity", in 1991 and 1994.

The great interest of these events may be evaluated by the elevated number of participants presenting posters (over 100, in each of them), coming from all over Brazil and South America, and their effect was significant and determinant for the following actions: creation of the Chemical Structure and Biological Activity Division (SA), at SBQ, precursor of the Medicinal Chemistry Division, formed in 1998; formation of research group (involving researchers and post-graduate students) in the QSAR/3D-QSAR area in teaching and research institutions; post-graduate programs; visits of Brazilian researchers to specialized laboratories abroad; expressive increase in the participation of Brazilian researchers in congresses abroad and their consolidation within the international scientific community.

The Division of Medicinal Chemistry of the Brazilian Chemical Society, with this knowledgement, has established as one of its tasks, the organization of THE BRAZILIAN SYMPOSIUM IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, called BRAZMEDCHEM.

Many renowned Brazilian as well as foreign scientists gathered in Caxambu in the state of Minas Gerais from the 11th to the 16th of November 2001, to discuss medicinal chemistry in a country of such outstanding biodiversity. There were 125 participants, represented by 6% non-academics, 44% students and 50% academicians and 115 scientific works were presented in the following areas: Perspectives in Drug Discovery and Designof Antiprotozoal Drugs, 21; Receptor-based Prediction of BindingAffinities, 7; Applications of Multivariate QSAR, 35; MedicinalChemistry of Natural Products, 23; Synthesis and Bioassay, 18; Miscellaneous, 11. In addition, there were 17 plenary conferences and 9 oral presentations.

Consequently, Medicinal Chemistry has become a subject of an essentially collaborative character, in which the joint efforts of chemists, biologists, spectroscopists, geneticists, biotechnicians have become noteworthy. Thus, this special issue of the Journalof the Brazilian Chemical Society is dedicated to those individuals who gathered there so that a science of the importance of medicinal chemistry could be born in a country like Brazil.

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