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Lab equipment names and pictures

State the name of equipment given a picture.
protects eyes from chemical splashes
Bunsen burner
used to heat substances
graduated cylinder
accurately measures liquid volumes
spot plate
a flat plate with multiple "wells" used as small test tubes
pipet bulb
used to pull liquid up into a pipet
stirring rod
used for stirring
evaporating dish
liquids are heated over a flame so that they evaporate, leaving a solid residue
crucible tongs
to hold hot crucibles
used to pick up or hold small items
watch glass
to hold solids while being weighed, or as a cover for a beaker
used to hold liquids
measures temperature (science uses degrees in Celsius)
crucible and cover
used to hold small amounts of chemicals during heating at high temperatures
test tube clamp
clamp used to hold hot test-tube
dispensing and transferring known volumes of fluids
an instrument for determining weight
dropper pipet or disposable pipet
for drawing in a liquid and expelling it in drops
volumetric flask
for making up solutions to a known volume
for pouring liquid or other substance through a small opening
utility clamp
used to hold laboratory glassware
mortar and pestle
used to grind up materials
volumetric pipet
measures small amounts of liquids accurately
used to light bunsen burner
rubber stopper
used to cover ends of test tubes and flasks
small scoop used to transfer powder and crystal chemicals
wire gauze
used to support a container (such as a beaker or flask) during heating
test tube rack
holds 5-6 test-tubes in a row
wash bottle
used to rinse various pieces of laboratory glassware
ring stand
holds funnels, wire gauze above table
Erlenmeyer flask
used to hold liquids, has narrow neck to prevent splashes
ring clamp
used with ring stand to hold a glass container
clay triangle
used to hold a crucible while the crucible is heated
test tube
open tube used to hold liquids
weighing paper
used for weighing and transferring powers and crystals
filter paper
special paper used to separate solids from liquids
fume hood
used to prevent a person from exposure to hazardous fumes from chemicals
hot plate / stir plate
used to heat and stir substances

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