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Used to compare multiple small scale chemical reactions at once Spot Plates
Stirring Rod - Usually made of glass it is used to agitate chemicals
Funnel - Used to ease the transfer of liquids from one container to another. Also used to construct filtration systems.
Graduated Cylinder - Used to measure the volumes of liquids and small solids
Mortar and Pestel - Used to crush substances and create fine powders
Hot Plate - Used to heat substances
Tongs - Used to pick up hot glassware
Ring Stand - Used to set up a multiple step lab procedure
Bunsen Burner - Open flame Used to heat up beakers
Scoopula - Used to pick up small amounts of chemical powders
Cleaning Brush - Used to clean the inside of a test tube, beaker or graduated cylinder. Be sure to use the appropriate size
Alcohol Burner Used to rapidly heat an object or complete a flame test
Test Tube - Used to hold a small sample of matter or watch a small chemical reaction
Triple Beam Balance Used to measure the mass of a sample
Test Tube Holder Used to hold a test tube over an open flame
Test Tube Rack - Used to store test tubes. Usually will include a drying rack.
Thermometer - Used to measure the temperature of a substance
Beaker - Used to store chemicals that are being mixed together or being heated
Erlenmeyer Flask - Used to heat liquids or watch chemical reactions. The small opening helps to minimize the amount of gas that can escape.
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