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8/11 Bell Work Write down the names of each of the following equipment Word Bank: Triple Beam Balance Test Tube Beaker Thermometer
Scientists’ Lab Equipment
dropper A short glass tube with a rubber bulb at one end and a tiny hole at the other, for measuring out drops of liquids.
Test tube A tube of thin, clear glass closed at one end
Test tube holder An instrument used for holding test tubes when heating of test tube is required.
Ring stand An instrument used to hold glassware in place when it’s used for heating liquids over a flame.
Alcohol lamp A source of heat in laboratory activities.
beaker A jarlike container with a lip for pouring
thermometer An instrument used for measuring temperature.
funnel A slender tube with a wide, cone shaped mouth, for pouring liquids and powders into containers with small openings.
flask A bottle used to store or heat liquids, It contains a small neck that a stopper may be inserted.
Bunsen burner A small adjustable gas burner used in laboratories.
Graduated cylinder A tube marked with a progressive series of degrees for measuring liquids and solids
Triple beam balance A scale containing a single pan, three beams, and riders that are used to determine the mass of objects.
Double pan balance A scale containing two pans, and a pointer used to determine the mass of objects.
goggles Large spectacles, often fitted with side guards, used to protect the eyes from chemicals, and dust particles.
apron A garment worn over the front part of the body, usually to protect one’s clothes.
microscope An optical instrument used for producing a much larger view of very small objects so that they can be seen clearly.
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