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Materials to use in the Lab By Crystal Schmit
Crucible Tongs These tongs are used to pick up and hold a very hot crucible to prevent from burning yourself.
Double burette clamp This clamp is to hold two burettes at the same time. The clamp is attached to a ring stand.
Pipe-stem Triangle A frame that can support a container. Can be placed on an iron ring to provide a stage for a crucible.
Crucible and cover A cup-shaped lab material used to contain chemicals when heating them to very high temperatures. It also keeps oxygen out of the reaction.
Bunsen burner Used to heat materials in a lab. It also has a rubber hose that connects to the gas jet.
Ring Stand A support for other materials in a lab.
Wash bottle Used to rinse glassware in the lab
Wire Gauze Can support a container when heating while the Bunsen burner is beneath it. Also it helps spread the flame/heat around the container.
Test tube brush Used to clean a test tube.
Iron Ring Attached to the ring stand. It can be used to support a beaker.
Buret Vertical cylindrical piece. It is used to dispense known amounts of a liquid in experiments. It gives you a precise amount for experiments.
Stirring rod Used to stir liquids and combinations of chemicals.
Funnel To remove un-dissolved solids from a liquid mixture. It also can be used to help pour a liquid into a container that has a small opening. It can be placed in an iron ring.
Evaporating dish Container used for liquids. Usually when you want to evaporate a liquid from a chemical.
Flint Striker Used to create a flame on a Bunsen burner.
Watch glass Used to evaporate off the liquid part of a solution. Can also be used as a beaker cover.
Goggles Used to protect your eyes from broken glass, flames, and chemicals.
Test tube rack Supports and holds many test tubes.
Beaker It is usually used as a container for mixing or holding chemicals.
Erlenmeyer flask Gives approximate measurements of volume. It is usually used as a mixing vessel or a container for heating. Can hold liquids.
Florence Flask Used to hold a liquid during heating. Can hold solutions of chemicals.
Graduated Cylinder Used to measure the volume of liquids.
Test tube A container to hold chemicals during heating.
Test tube holder Holds a test tube during heating or after being heated to prevent from being burned.
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