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It is a simple container for stirring, mixing and heating liquids It is normally made of glass or plastic
Made of metal, produces a single open gas flame It is used for heating
Used to transfer small quantities of liquids Made of rubber and glass or plastic
Cylindrical liquid container used in analysis methods (e.g. titration) It is normally made of glass or plastic
It is used as a container to hold solutions of chemicals Made of glass
Used for holding objects/samples Made of metal
Used to channel liquids into containers with a small opening Made of glass or plastic
Used to make accurate liquid volume measurements Made of glass
Used to transport a measured volume of liquid Made of glass
Used to hold test tubes Made of glass, plastic or wood
It is used to take small quantities of solid chemicals Made of metal
Used to mix chemicals and liquids for chemical purposes Made of glass
Used to make chemical reactions in microscale Made of glass
In general, used to contain distilled water in order to clean lab instruments made of glass Made of glass
Used to hold solids Slightly convex- concave piece made of glass
Used to distribute the heat while heating with a bunsen burner Made of metal and asbestos
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