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It really depends on what works best with your method. A rounded bottom is sturdier and thus more resistant to the high pressure within the vial during the heating process. In addition, the vial slides more easily into the heating block when being transported by a magnet. However, a flat bottom might be necessary when vials have to run within the instrument on a slightly downwards tendency.
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