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Photochemical reaction vessels are constructed from borosilicate glass to allow light sources, especially visible light to accommodate the immersion wells. The bottom design of certain reactor models are flat to allow use of magnetic stirrers, and reaction vessels can be jacketed or unjacketed. Jacketed reaction vessels are designed to enable cooling of reactant materials and handle medium pressure during photolysis. Durable vessels are durable in design and easy to use, with logical volume sizes and various angled joints for sparger tubes, condensers, and thermometers to provide easy-to-read measurements.
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