A guide to glassware for you aspiring chemists and scientists in general! Credit to compoundchem! I apologize for not putting in the correct credit to begin with. I only credited where I got the post from. Sorry again!
Reader Frank Tambornino found this petite flask in his lab at Ludwig
Maximilians University, in Munich, complete with a tiny ground glass stopper.
It has a volume of less than 0.1 mL. Tambornino says he doesn’t know what
people used the flask for in the lab; what would you do with such a small vessel?
Nils Landberg’s alarmingly delicate “‘Tulip’ Glass” was made in a single pull of molten material, attesting to the virtuosic skill of Scandinavian glassblowers. See more examples of adventurous craftsmanship in “Northern Lights: Scandinavian Design.” http://ow.ly/PKHmL
This glassware guide from Hail to the Ale and Lakeshore Beverage is a great primer to the vast variety of vessels available for the multitude of beer styles out there. Check out the full size infographic here.