Evaporating Dish

An evaporating dish is a shallow, flat-bottomed, and usually made of porcelain or borosilicate glass. It is used for evaporating solutions to leave behind solids, such as salts or residues, during laboratory experiments or crystallization processes.

  • Evaporate solutions and concentrate substances.
  • Crystallization and solid residue formation.
  • Laboratory heating and drying processes.
  • Precipitate recovery and substance analysis.