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Science equipment Name: Petri Dish Job: shallow dish used for cultures
Science equipment Goggles: Prevents damage to eyes.
Science equipment Test Tube Tray or Rack: Holds test tubes. Also:Test tubes can be placed on rack upside down to dry
Science equipment Test tube, Made of glass Can be heatedUsed to mix chemicals
Science equipment Erlenmeyer flasksused to mix, store, or heat solutions or other liquids. Measures volume in ml
Science equipment Triple Beam Balance: Measures MASS in grams (g)
Science equipment Beaker: Measures volume in mLComes in different sizes
Science equipment Graduated Cylinder: Measures volume in mlA graduated cylinder is used for more precise volume measurements.
Meniscus: the dip in the liquidALWAYS read from the lowest point of the meniscus
Science equipment Pipettesused to make precise volumetric measurements and to transfer liquids.
Science equipment Eye Dropper:used to transfer a small volume of liquid (less than one mL).
Science equipment ForcepsAre used to grasp/hold small items, they are often used in dissection. They are not called tweezers!
Science equipment Spring ScaleA spring scale is used to measure applied force. Weight Grams or newtons
Bunsen Burner Works on gas
Hot Plate Works on electricity
Poison Safety This symbol appears when poisonous substances are used
Plant Safety Do not eat any plants in lab.Wash your hands after handling plants.
Eye Protection • Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, flames, or heating devices • If a chemical gets in your eye, flush in water for 15 minutes and notify the teacher.
Fire safety This symbol appears when you will be working with an open flame.
Clothing Protection SafetyThis symbol appears when substances could stain or burn clothing
Warm-up: Aug. 9, 2012 Using page 18 in your textbook. Answer the following in COMPLETE sentences: 1. Why is the metric system used when measuring in science?
Goggles Use: –Protect eyes during lab experiments –Must be worn if any chemicals or glassware are used.
Lab Tools are WAY COOL!!! RULES: Lab tools are NOT toys! Wash them, dry them, and put them back in their place after every lab. Report breakage to the.
Lab Equipment. Bellringer Name three things that are never permitted in the lab. What system of measurement is used in lab? What do these prefixes and.
Lab Equipment Visuals, Spellings, and Uses The Right tool for the job!
Laboratory Equipment Biology.
SCIENCE LAB EQUIPMENT. Beaker Wide Mouthed Transport Storage Heating Not very accurate for measuring.
Science instruments. Graduated Cylinder What does it measure? Volume of a liquid.
Lab Equipment August 31, THERMOMETER An instrument used to measure temperature. DEFINITION: What is this?
Test Tube Used for storing, heating, mixing substances.
Equipment for Labs. Flask (Erlenmeyer Flask) Used to measure volume Good for mixing chemicals (swirling by hand)
Lab Equipment. THERMOMETER An instrument used to measure temperature. DEFINITION: What is this?
Warm up: List 5 safety rules you must follow while conducting a lab experiment.
Common Science Lab Equipment Biology I, Biology II, Physics.
Lab Equipment 1. Beakers Proper Use Used for many purposes Can be heated Not used for accurate measuring.
LAB EQUIPMENT. Beaker used for storing and mixing liquids.
Lab Equipment Identification. 1. Goggles Use Protecting your eyes.
Common Equipment Used In Science Class EquipmentPicture/DiagramUse Tongs Retrieving something really hot or cold Mortar and Pestle Mixing and grinding.
Test Tube Used to hold dry or liquid substances.To compare experimental results.
Activity 1: Lab Equipment Card Sort
Science Lab Equipment Identification Lab. Safety Goggles Goggles or safety glasses are a form of protective eyewear that usually enclose the eye area.
Lab Equipment Flashcards! (click to see the answer)
Identifying Lab Equipment
Lab Equipment Mrs. Cromwell-Olson Southwest School.
Lab Equipment Ms. Cox. Slide Use: to hold the specimen for viewing under the microscope. Location: See Ms. Cox Made of glass or plastic.
Safety Symbols, Equipment & Rules
The most important lab safety rule is... Follow All Oral and Written Directions Given by the Teacher.
Test Tube Used to hold, mix, or heat small amounts of solid or liquid chemicals.
Rap song (nclark.net).
#1Graduated Cylinder Measures VOLUME - fluids mL, L SI Base Unit for volume: L.
Lab equipment and its uses
Chemistry Equipment. Personal Safety Equipment- to protect eyes and clothing from chemicals Apron & goggles Used for protection against chemicals or heat.
Petri Dish Used to grow cultures of bacteria or fungi.
Biology I UNIT 1 NATURE OF SCIENCE. Science An organized way of using evidence to learn about the natural world. It is both a body of knowledge and a.
Laboratory Equipment Mrs. Bordeaux’s Lab License Course Part II.
This tool is used to measure the VOLUME of a liquid. The proper way to read this tool is at EYE LEVEL at the bottom of the MENISCUS, which is the curved.
SAFETY IN THE CLASSROOM LAB. SAFETY IN THE CLASSROOM LAB.
Lab Equipment. 1. Meter Stick Measures distance. Be sure to measure in cm or m, not in inches. 1 m or 100 cm.
Lab Equipment General Laboratory. CENTIMETER RULER Used for measuring length or width of an object.
1. TEST TUBE Used for heating and mixing small quantities of chemicals.
Lab Equipment Subtitle. Beakers and Graduated Cylinders Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter.
Tools of a Life Scientist. Name? Metric ruler meter stick Use? measure distance Unit of Measure? meters, centimeters, millimeters.
Equipment. Erlenmeyer Flask Used to storing and pouring liquids, great for swirling or stiring Used to storing and pouring liquids, great for swirling.
Laboratory Equipment for Physical Science PS-1.2 Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting.
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