- a rounded, long-necked glass container, formerly used for distilling and dissolving substances.
Origin of matrass
Examples from the Web for matrass
Historical Examples of matrass
The process being terminated, the matrass will contain about 43 fl.
Iodine, 17 parts; zinc (in powder), 20 parts; mix, and sublime in a matrass.
The most simple distilling vessel is a species of bottle or matrass, A, Pl.
In chemical laboratories, this process is usually carried on in a matrass A, Pl.
This vehicle contained several invalids, two of whom were reclining on a matrass laid along the bottom.The South-West
Jonathon Holt Ingraham
- chem obsolete a long-necked glass flask, used for distilling, dissolving substances, etc