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Test Tube Used to hold dry or liquid substances.To compare experimental results.
Test Tube Clamp Clamps to test tube so it can be heated
Test Tube Rack Holds test tubes
Petri Dish For growing cultures and to hold small things
Beaker Measuring cup of the lab
Microscope Slide Holds the specimen that you will be looking at through the microscope
Cover Slip Protects the specimen you are looking at. Goes on top of the microscope slide.
Test Tube Brush Cleans the inside of test tubes
Erlenmeyer Flask Holds and measures liquids
Graduated Cylinder Measures accurately to the nearest mL
Meter Stick Linear metric measurement
Triple Beam Balance Measures the mass of an object in grams
Thermometer Measures temperature or the amount of heat in metric units (°C)
Funnel Allows liquid or dry substances to pass through a small opening
Mortar and Pestle To grind or crush
Dropper or Pipette Measures one drop at a time
Forceps To pick up small things
Beaker Tongs To pick up hot beakers or to hold and move things
Hand Lens or Magnifying Glass To enlarge or magnify an object
Goggles Protects your eyes
Spring Scale To determine mass in grams or force in Newton's
Vial A small glass or bottle used to store liquids or powders
Syringe A tube and a plunger that can take in or release liquids and gases at the tube’s open end.
Lab Equipment Science equipment Name: Petri Dish Job: shallow dish used for cultures.
Lab Equipment. Balance Digital Digital Triple beam Triple beam Measures mass Measures mass Unit is a gram Unit is a gram.
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that are unlikely to splatter if heated or stirred. Measures Volume.
Biology AHSGE Standard I- Appropriate Laboratory Materials.
Lab Equipment. Familiarize yourself with the following: 1. Know the names of the individual pieces of lab equipment. 2. Know the use of each piece. Note:
Warm –up: What is the density of the block? CUBE DESCRIPTION Material Plastic Length of each side 2 cm Mass 24 grams Weight 6.6 N.
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Measurement in the Laboratory Proper Techniques Explained.
Measurement & Scientific Tools. Biblical Reference He measured its wall and it was 144 cubits thick, by man's measurement, which the angel was using.
Laboratory Equipment. Triple beam balance Beaker tongs.
Using Metric Tools. 1. Ruler The ruler above has an English side that uses inches and a metric side that uses centimeters. We will only use the metric.
Making Measurements in Science The standard system of measurement all scientists use is the METRIC SYSTEM.
When using hazardous chemicals, always wear an apron, goggles, and gloves. TRUE.
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Measurements in Chemistry Science in Focus, Chemistry OLevel, 2 nd Edition, Chapter 1
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Lab Safety Rules & Procedures 1.No food/drink in the lab area. All you need in lab area: lab instructions, notebook & pen. 2. Safety glasses required for.
Tools of the Trade Homework and Review Questions.
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Measuring Volume Temperature Mass. Reading the Meniscus Always read volume from the bottom of the meniscus. The meniscus is the curved surface of a liquid.
Density A Characteristic Property of Matter. Density Density is a basic characteristic property of all matter A characteristic property is a property.
Lab equipment and Lab Safety Think safety with every step you do in the lab!
CHAPTER 16 WHAT IS MATTER?. SECTION 16.2 Measuring Matter A review on measuring the volume and mass of matter.
Mass is the amount of matter (stuff) in an object. What is mass? The base unit of mass in the metric system is the gram (g).
The Properties of Matter What is matter?. Matter Everything is made of MATTER! Matter is anything that has volume and mass. Volume is the amount of space.
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