Overhead stirrer

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An overhead stirrer is a laboratory device used for mixing, homogenizing, suspending, and recirculating large volumes or high-viscosity substances, which typically can't be handled by a magnetic stirrer. Most if not all overhead stirrers allow for the monitoring of reaction progress as a function of viscosity change.

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