A reaction vessel, or glass reactor , is a container used for physical or chemical reactions in experiments such as material synthesis, distillation, and concentration. It has functions such as heating, evaporation, cooling, and high-speed stirring.
Based on the material of the reactor, there are two types of reactors: glass reactors and stainless steel reactors.
Based on the structure of the reactor, there are single-layer glass reactors, double-layer glass reactors, and triple-layer glass reactors. The type of reactor used depends on the external reaction conditions of the raw material mixture.