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measures liquid volume accurately (usually between 5 and 100 mL) (could be made of plastic)
measures small liquid volumes accurately (use a pipetter, not ones mouth), useful in making dilutions
gas collecting tube
tube that accurately measures gas volumes generated in a reaction through liquid displacement
holds liquid, use for water bath. Never used to measure volume even though sizes read 50 mL, 100 mL, 150 mL, 250 mL, 400 mL, 600 mL, 1000 mL
holds liquid, shape ideal for swirling without spillage, used for titrations. Never used to measure volume regardless of volume reading on flask
holds liquid, narrow neck enables swirling and clamping with utility clamp. Never used to measure volume
triangular flask with a side jet to assist in vacuum filtration (always used with a Buchner funnel)
used to heat small amounts of solution when separating the solid from the liquid in a solution
used to heat large amounts of solution when separating the solid from the liquid in a solution
small plate with several depressions or wells used to hold small samples of solutions or reactions
plastic wash bottle
holds distilled water which is used to make solutions or to rinse glassware or to rinse a precipitate from a beaker
used to channel material into a narrow opening or used to separate insoluble matter from a liquid
stir (may have a rubber policeman attached to help stir material in the edges of a beaker)
support vessels (clay triangle & wire gauze) while heating, also small iron rings support funnels
spreads heat evenly as it rests on an iron ring, ideal for supporting beakers that are being heated.
holds thermometer upright heating/cooling (should keep thermometer off heated container)
holds vessels (test tubes, Erl. flasks & Flor. flasks) securely while heating, attaches vessel to ring stand
test tube holder
grasps hot test tubes, transports hot test tubes, allows user to manually heat a test tube.
transport hot crucible on & off the clay triangle, in & out of the dessicator & to lift crucible lid
transports hot beakers & glassware, Never use to transport hot ceramics as rubber will melt
long handle, narrow bristles and handle allow for cleaning a buret or gas collecting tube
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