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Lab Equipment AIS Science

Lab Equipment AIS Science
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test tube diagram
Test tube rack diagram
Test tube brush diagram
Spatula diagram
Crucible Tongs diagram
Test tube holder diagram
Forceps diagram
Wash bottle diagram
Disposible pipet or dropper diagram
Ring stand diagram
Wire gauze diagram
clay triangle diagram
Evaporating dish diagram
Mortar and pestle diagram
Crucible and cover diagram
Bunsen burner diagram
Iron ring diagram
Utility clamp diagram
Graduated cylinder diagram
Funnel picture diagram
Erlenmeyer Flask diagram
Beaker diagram
Watch glass diagram
Thermometer diagram
Safety goggles diagram
Stopper diagram
Stirring rod diagram
Petri dish diagram
Ring Stand or tripod used
to support other instruments
Mortar and pestle used
to grind (crystals or chemicals) into a fine powder
Graduated Cylinder used
to measure small volumes exactly. 10, 50, 100mL sizes
Bunsen Burner used
connected to rubber tubing & gas to supply heat
Flask (Florence and Erlenmeyer) used
for making and storing solutions. Maybe heated
Funnel used
to move liquids from big to small containers or with filter paper to filter liquids
Pipette or Dropper used
to transfer very small volumes of liquids 1-5mL
Beaker used
for making and storing liquids. May be used to estimate volumes. May be heated
Safety goggles/ glasses used
to keep eyes safe
Tongs (Crucible) used
to hold large instruments and keep distance (ie hot)
Stirring Rod used
to mix solutions
Stopper used
to contain liquids or gases in test tubes or flasks
Test Tube Rack used
to keep test tubes upright and organized for experiments
Test Tube Holder or Clamp used
to grasp test tube for heating
Test tube brush used
to clean test tubes after use
Test Tube used
to hold small amounts for testing. Can be heated
Petri Dish used
to grow yeast or bacteria cultures or contain things for experiments
tripod diagram