How to make a receiver for vacuum experiments, Science

How to make a receiver for vacuum experiments

Secure a large jar with an air-tight screw cap, like as a fruit jar. Drill a hole by the top and have a short metal tube soldered in the hole so that it is air-tight. Solder a tyre valve upside down in the lower finish of the tube.

 

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