A pipette is a tool for transferring or measuring tiny volumes of liquid. It consists of a bulb at one end, a mouthpiece at the other, and a tube between them. The user draws liquid into the bulb, then squeezes the bulb to release a measured amount of liquid through the tube. Pipettes are used in laboratories to transfer accurate amounts of liquids for testing and analysis. They are also used in many industrial processes, such as in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food products.
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