16Used to magnify very small objects for human study. Compound MicroscopeUsed to magnify very small objects for human study.
17Dissecting Microscope With lower magnification than a compound microscope, usually from 10X up to 180X, a dissecting or stereo microscope (they show a 3D stereo vision of objects) is generally used to identify macroscopic things such as insects, soil samples or even postage stamp flaws and errors!
18Microscope Slide Used to view specimens under a light microscope. Glass or plastic.
48BiohazardBiohazards are infectious agents or hazardous biological materials that present a risk or potential risk to the health of humans, animals ro the environment. The risk can be direct through infection or indirect through damage to the environment.
49RadiationRadiation is energy that comes from a source and travels through some material or through space.Contamination occurs when material that contains radioactive atoms is deposited on skin, clothing, or any place where is it not desired.
50ToxicThe skull-and-crossbones symbol, consisting of a human skull and two bones crossed together under the skull, is today generally used as a warning of danger, particularly in regard to poisonous substances.
52Flammable SubstancesA substance that will ignite if it reaches its flash point and is provided with an ignition source.Flammable liquids have a flash point below 100° Fahrenheit (37.8°C) and can typically ignite at room temperature.
53Others Safety Shower Environmental Hazard Electrical Hazard Hot Surface WarningMr. Yuk