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Performing and observing reactions Rough measurements For heating sometimes Un-capable
Performing and observing many small reactions
Used to perform and observe reactions
Used to dry test tubes Also used to hold test tubes during a reaction
Holding and dispensing liquids Can contain acid or base Can be used to clean flasks
Triangular body Not a beaker Performing and observing reactions Can all be different Accepts a stopper
Spherical bottom Performing and observing reactions
Performing and observing reactions at a very accurate volume Only good for measuring one number
Measures volume Only for measuring Comes in all sizes
Used to be made of mercury Blue or red is not made of mercury Mercury Thermometer Alcohol Thermometer
Grinding solids Made by Native Americans
Stirring Very important to be made out of glass Not going to react to the temperature
Scooping Skinny so it can fit into test tubes
To cap or plug a container Some have holes to control what goes into the container
Performing heat experiments
Used to strike a spark and to ignite a burner
Long vertical stick that is used for burn reactions Backbone for reactions
Clamp onto the ring stand Make a plat form
Used along with the ring stand to make a shelf (P.S. The white stuff is supposed to be there in the middle)
To clamp onto the ring stand and to attach test tube to the ring stand
To hold a test tube
High temperature heating
To hold beakers
Used to test for the presence of gasses
Dispensing small, repeated, accurate quantities of liquids
Add tiny or small amounts of liquids Portable
Scraping “stuff” out of glassware
Changes states of matter Changes hot gas into liquids
Same as burners Low temperature heating
Withstand high temperature heating
Withstand high temperature heating but with a lid
Handling hot crucibles
Observing clearly reactions Made of glass
To assist with pouring
Separating solids from liquids
Adding small amounts of liquids Unmeasured drops
Disposable For weighing
One lens To magnify Low magnification
Disposable Micro pipettes Same as dropper but with measurement
Prevents bumping (splashing) from bubbles when in heating Doesn’t react with experiment
To clean Beaker Flask Test tube
Storage of chemicals
For growing and culturing fungi
The Chemistry Lab. Erlenmeyer Flask Function: Used for the mixing of chemicals. Big base leads to stability. Narrow neck prevents splashs. Not a precise.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Used to hold and heat liquids.
Common Chemistry Lab Equipment The Tools of Science.
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 Safety. Beakers Measures the volume of liquids Not as precise as using a graduated cylinder Many different sizes Good.
Glass funnel Used to pour liquids into small mouthed containers. Used with filter paper to filter sediment from a liquid.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Holding liquids may be graduated (sometimes in two directions) has a white spot for labeling various sizes including 50, 150, 250,
Lab Equipment. Balance Digital Digital Triple beam Triple beam Measures mass Measures mass Unit is a gram Unit is a gram.
Lab Equipment. Test Tube Holder A test tube holder is used for holding a test tube which is too hot to handle.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
LABORATORY and SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.
Visuals, Spellings, and Uses The Right tool for the job!
Lab Equipments. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
Beaker Holds liquids Graduated Cylinder Measures out specific volumes of liquids.
Lab Equipment Identification. 1. Goggles Use Protecting your eyes.
Lab Equipment. Balance Used to mass objects
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. Goggles Most important piece of lab equipment ) Most important piece of lab equipment ) Protects eyes from broken.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Holds chemicals during mixing, heating, and storage Acts like a bowl Inaccurate measuring device.
Lab Equipment Mrs. Cromwell-Olson Southwest School.
LAB EQUIPMENT Label each piece of equipment with its name and write the description under the tab. This is Entry #8 in your notebook.
Beaker Uses: –Storing and mixing liquids –May be heated –DO NOT give accurate measurements Beaker.
Lab Equipment Subtitle. Beakers and Graduated Cylinders Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter.
Lab Equipment. Erlenmeyer Flask Erlenmeyer flasks hold solids or liquids that may release gases during a reaction or that are likely to splatter if stirred.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers are the most versatile glassware in the lab and can be used for just about anything. The volume graduations on beakers should.
Lab Equipment Notes IPC Unit 1. Beaker Used to hold and heat liquids. Multipurpose and essential in the lab.
Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
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.
Tools of a Life Scientist. Name? Metric ruler meter stick Use? measure distance Unit of Measure? meters, centimeters, millimeters.
Laboratory Equipment Mrs. Callender September 2010 Unit 1 - Laboratory.
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*
Test tube A test tube, also known as a culture tube or sample tube, is a common piece of laboratory equipment consisting of a finger-length of glass tubing.
Lesson 5 Lab equipment. Starter What is this and what do you think its used for?
Petri Dish Used to grow cultures of bacteria or fungi.
Common Chemistry Lab Equipment. A. Well Plate Used as a “small scale” reaction vessel, where you are only using drops of solutions.
SCIENCE LAB EQUIPMENT. Beaker Wide Mouthed Transport Storage Heating Not very accurate for 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. Beakers Beakers are used for holding various chemicals. Not for measuring precisely. Sizes vary.
Chemistry Equipment. Personal Safety Equipment- to protect eyes and clothing from chemicals Apron & goggles Used for protection against chemicals or heat.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated. Does not.
Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
I. Laboratory Equipment. A. Glassware 1. Beakers- used as a container for transport, mixing, and light heating.
Lab Equipment. ThermometersThermometers Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if.
Rap song (nclark.net)song. Use: –Helps protect your skin and clothing from chemicals Lab Apron.
6/27/2015 Lab 2 Instruments Used in the Lab and Their Uses.
Equipment for Labs. Flask (Erlenmeyer Flask) Used to measure volume Good for mixing chemicals (swirling by hand)
Environmental Chemistry Lab Lab Tools Eng. Haneen Nabil AL-Sbaihi Environmental Engineering Department Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine.
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