Definition of Hare's apparatus
: an apparatus for comparing the densities of liquids in two separate vessels by means of their rise in two graduated vertical tubes immersed at their lower ends in the liquids and connected at the top by a third tube to which suction is applied
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Origin and Etymology of hare's apparatus
after Robert Hare †1858 American chemist
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