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Identifying Lab Equipment Names of common lab equipment Their uses
Erlenmeyer Flask Mostly used to “swirl” substances; NOT for measuring out liquids
Funnel Needed to slowly and accurately add substance
Graduated Cylinder Precisely measure out liquids; usually in milliliters
Bunsen Burner Most common way of heating substances
Watch Glass Used for burning substances or place hot materials on to cool
Eye Dropper Needed to add small amounts
Beaker A “mixing” or “holding” container for substances; NOT for measuring amount
Florence Flask Mostly used for boiling liquids
Wire Gauze Used to protect beaker from direct flame of Bunsen burner
Ring Stand Needed to set up certain apparatuses; can clamp different things to it
Ring Clamp Used with ring stand; hold things
Test Tube Needed when working with small amounts
Test Tube Holder Clamp Holds a test tube so hands will not be in danger of burning
Tongs Needed to move hot glassware; NOT used to pick up test tubes
Test Tube Rack Holds test tubes
Triple Beam Balance Needed to measure out solids, usually in grams
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