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To protect your eyes
Measures mass in grams
Glassware used to heat and store a substance
Used to measure liquid volume in mL
Used to stir, heat, and measure liquid volume in mL
Used to handle hot beakers
Used to measure temperature in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit
Used to hold specimens for observation and to grow cultures
Used to measure and transfer small amounts of liquids
Uses one lens to make things look larger
Used to measure length in the Metric System 1 meter = 100 cm
Used to help identify minerals
The beaker is used to measure and pour “non-exact”, or approximate amounts of liquids. Liquids may also be heated in a beaker. The most common unit is.
This tool is used to measure the VOLUME of a liquid. The proper way to read this tool is at EYE LEVEL at the bottom of the MENISCUS, which is the curved.
Lab Equipment Identification. 1. Goggles Use Protecting your eyes.
Test Tube Used to hold dry or liquid substances.To compare experimental results.
Used to measure the mass of an object. Used for mixing, holding, and estimating liquid volume.
Measuring: Using the Metric System in Science. graduated cyclinder.
Basic Lab Tools, Their use, and their measurement units Draw a picture of the lab tool, write the name, describe its use, and identify the unit of measurement(s),
Measurement and Matter Unit 1. Meter The metric unit used to measure length.
Lab Equipment. Meter Stick Meter sticks are used to measure length. The metric unit for length is the meter. Measurements may include prefixes such as.
Science Lab Tools Mrs. Eddlemon 6 th Grade. Beaker a glass or plastic tool used to measure liquids. a glass or plastic tool used to measure liquids.
Activity 1: Lab Equipment Card Sort
Science Lab Equipment. Science Journal Use: Documentation of science work. Journal checks and study guide. Journal Rules: 1.Follow directions about.
Qualitative Observations What are the 5 senses?. Write 3 qualitative observations about the following picture...
Lab Equipment Visuals, Spellings, and Uses The Right tool for the job!
Metrics. The 5 Measurements of Metrics Distance – meters Volume- liters, or cm3 Mass- grams Time- seconds Temperature- degrees Celsius/Kelvin.
Class Notes 3: The Metric System Always use the Metric System in science!
Lab equipment and its uses
Metric System (international system of units or SI) - A decimal system (based on 10) that scientists and everyone else in the world uses, except.
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