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LABORATORY and SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Goggles Most important piece of lab equipmentProtects eyes from broken glass, chemicals, and flames.
Lab Aprons Protects clothes from chemicals
Eye Wash Rinse eyes for min. if exposed to chemicals
Fire Blanket Wrap around a person whose clothes or hair have caught on fire (then they should drop and roll)
Shower If a chemical is spilled over a large part of the body (all over clothes or legs)
Beaker May be heated Used to hold or mix chemicals
Stirring Rod Glass rod used for stirring BE CAREFUL! They break easily
Erlenmeyer Flask May be heated Used for mixing chemicals
Graduated Cylinder Measures volumes of liquids
Test Tube May be heated Holding small amounts of chemicalsFor small reactions
Wire Gauze Spreads out the heat produced by a Bunsen burnerCan place a beaker on top
Test Tube Holder DUHHHHH It holds a test tube
Test Tube Rack Holds test tubes in a vertical position.Allows for clear sight. Drying rack
Ring Stand Multi-purpose, mostly used as a support to heat chemicals and hold burets.
Funnel Holds filter paper for filtering solutions.Transferring liquids to smaller narrow necked containers.
Ring Clamp One side clamps to ring stand. Place wire gauze on ring and it will hold beakers and flasks for heating. Can hold small beakers or funnels.
Watch Glass Used as a beaker coverCan be used to place small amounts of chemicals on (looks like a contact lens)
Evaporating Dish Holds small volumes of liquids being evaporated.
Plastic Wash Bottle Dispenses water for rinsing equipment
Crucible and Lid Holds small amounts of chemicals for heating at high temperatures.
Clay Triangle Supports a crucible in a ring stand apparatus.
Crucible Tongs Pick up and hold small hot items like a crucible.
Forceps Used to pick up small items.
Bunsen Burner (& Striker)Controls release of natural gas for burning. Tubing connects to gas source. Striker with flint is used to ignite the burner (or matches).
Electronic Balance Measures mass in grams
Rubber Stopper Covers test tube for mixing
Scoopula Used to transfer solids from one container to another
Test Tube Brush Cleans out a test tube
Thermometer Takes temperature (in Celsius)
Pipette Used for measuring very small volumes of liquids
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
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Scientific Lab Equipment graduated cylinder (graduate) To measure volume of liquids accurately.
Lab Equipment Notes IPC Unit 1.
Lab Equipment. Balance Used to mass objects
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
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Lab Equipment *These are the pieces of equipment you may see in class. You will be expected to know the names of the items and the actual use for each*
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