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Balance Used to mass objects
Goggles Used for eye protection
Graduated Cylinder Used to make accurate liquid volume measurements
Beaker to hold and work with liquids
Hot Plate Used to heat up substances
Bunsen Burner to heat substances
Test Tube Used to hold a small experiment
Test Tube Rack Used to hold test tubes
Thermometer Used to determine Temperature
Flask Used to hold and store liquids
Mortar & Pestle Used to grind solids into powders.
Pipette Used to extract or deliver small amounts of a liquid.
Stirring Rod Used to agitate liquids for speeding up reactions or improving mixtures
Stoppers Used to close flasks and test tubes from the environment
pH Paper Used to test the acidity or alkanity of a substance
Filter Paper Used to rid a liquid of solid particles
Flint Striker Used to light Bunsen burners
Chemical Scoop Used to retrieve and dispense powder or solid chemicals
Evaporating Dish Used to evaporate solvent to concentrate a solution
Forceps Used for picking up solid substances
Funnels Used to transfer liquids into a container with a small opening
Ring Stand Used as a stable arm for attaching clamps and holders to aid in experiments
Ring Clamp Used to hold items, often over a Bunsen burner
Test Tube Clamp Used to attach test tubes to a ring stand
Test Tube Holder Used to hold test tubes during an experiment
Test Tube Brush Used to clean test tubes
Crucible Tongs Used for picking up small containers
Beaker Tongs Used for picking up larger containers
Watch Glass Used for holding small samples
Wire Gauze with Ceramic Centers Used to diffuse the heat of a Bunsen burner when heating glassware
Wood Splints Used for transferring flame
Conductivity Apparatus Used to test electrical conductivity
Common Chemistry Lab Equipment The Tools of Science.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Used to hold and heat liquids.
EQUIPMENT ID 1.Bunsen burner – heat source 2.ring stand – support for various equipment 3.pipestem triangle – supports a crucible when heating 4.evaporating.
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. Goggles Most important piece of lab equipment ) Most important piece of lab equipment ) Protects eyes from broken.
EQUIPMENT: Pages 7-10 Objective: Students will be able to name, identify and give the use of basic lab equipment. Write the name and use of each piece.
Chemistry Equipment. Personal Safety Equipment- to protect eyes and clothing from chemicals Apron & goggles Used for protection against chemicals or heat.
Lab Equipment Mrs. Cromwell-Olson Southwest School.
LABORATORY and SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.
Beaker Uses: –Storing and mixing liquids –May be heated –DO NOT give accurate measurements Beaker.
Lab Equipment 1. Beakers Proper Use Used for many purposes Can be heated Not used for accurate measuring.
Rap song (nclark.net)song. Goggles Use: –Protect eyes during lab experiments –Must be worn if any chemicals or glassware are used.
Lab Equipment. ThermometersThermometers A thermometer is a device that measures temperature.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Holds chemicals during mixing, heating, and storage Acts like a bowl Inaccurate measuring device.
Lab Equipment Notes IPC Unit 1. Beaker Used to hold and heat liquids. Multipurpose and essential in the lab.
Lab Equipment and Procedures!!!!. Erlenmeyer Flask The Erlenmeyer flask is the most common flask in the chemistry lab. It is used to contain reactions.
Lab Glassware Chemistry Ms. Gomez. Beaker Beakers are used for stirring, mixing, or heating liquids. Beakers are graduated (have marks on the side to.
Lab Equipment Identification. 1. Goggles Use Protecting your eyes.
Used to compare multiple small scale chemical reactions at once Spot Plates.
Safety and Equipment Review. Pipestem Triangle Used support the crucible over flame OR used to hold a funnel over beaker.
Lab Equipment General Laboratory. CENTIMETER RULER Used for measuring length or width of an object.
Slide 1 Laboratory Equipment. Slide 2 Chemistry Lab Drawer Equipment.
Chemistry Equipment Review. Balance Beaker.
I. Laboratory Equipment. A. Glassware 1. Beakers- used as a container for transport, mixing, and light heating.
Goggles Use: –Protect eyes during lab experiments –Must be worn if any chemicals or glassware are used.
Rap song (nclark.net)song. Use: –Helps protect your skin and clothing from chemicals Lab Apron.
Laboratory Equipment for Physical Science PS-1.2 Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting.
Lab Equipment Visuals, Spellings, and Uses The Right tool for the job!
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.
Lab Equipment. Ringstand: 1A Flat base used to support objects.
Lab Equipment. Beaker: 1B Reaction vessel: wide opening allows for stirring.
Lab Equipment. 1.Beaker Tongs Used to grasp beakers 2.Glass Plate Used to view a specimen under the microscope.
Lab equipment. Objectives Describe Draw List the uses of each item of lab equipment.
Chemistry Lab Equipment. Safety Goggles Protect eyes whenever working with chemicals in the lab.
Laboratory Safety & Equipment Monday, August 18, 2014.
Electronic Balance Use: to mass less than 200 grams of a substance Important: Easily broken by placing too much mass on the pan.
Test Tube Used to hold, mix, or heat small amounts of solid or liquid chemicals.
Laboratory Equipment Pictures and Descriptions of Chemistry Equipment Used in the Laboratory.
Lab Equipment. Meter Stick Meter sticks are used to measure length. The metric unit for length is the meter. Measurements may include prefixes such as.
Glassware Identification. Beaker General purpose glassware Used to mix solutions, transport chemicals Heat chemicals at relatively low temperatures.
Lab Equipment. Beakers Beakers are used for holding various chemicals. Not for measuring precisely. Sizes vary.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
Slide 1 Laboratory Equipment. Slide 2 Goggles and Apron Used to protect your eyes and clothing from damage. These are a must in lab!!
Why do we have them? When we measure things, we want to measure to the place we are sure of and guess one more space.
Lab Equipment *These are the pieces of equipment you may see in class. You will be expected to know the names of the items and the actual use for each*
The Chemistry Lab. Erlenmeyer Flask Function: Used for the mixing of chemicals. Big base leads to stability. Narrow neck prevents splashs. Not a precise.
Triple Beam Balance Used to accurately measure the mass of objects.
Beaker Stores larger volumes of liquids for mixing.
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