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Tools of the Trade Homework and Review Questions
Question #1 What is the name of the piece of lab equipment drawn to the right?
Question #2 If I want to melt powder chemicals into a liquid, what equipment would I need?
Question #3 The lab equipment pieces shown below are called:
Question #4 What piece of lab equipment would you use to most accurately measure the volume of a liquid? (A)beaker (B) test tube (C) graduated cylinder (D) hot plate
Question #5 What is the use of a pipette or buret?
Question #6 What other equipment is needed to use the following in lab?
Question #7 What determines the choice between using a Griffin Beaker and An Erlenmeyer Flask?
Question #8 How are the sparks produced in the striker?
Question #9 Part A: What is the use or purpose of the “Tare” button on the digital scale? Part B: Why do you NOT push down on or place more than a 500g mass on an electronic scale?
Question 10 Part A: What are the 2 parts of a magnetic stirrer and how do they work together? Part B: What is the main advantage of the magnetic stirrer over the glass rod?
Question 11 What are the steps to use a weighing boat to measure the mass of an object?
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