Chemistry Lab Equipment
Scale or Balance
Used to find out the mass/weight of an object.
A wide cylindrical glass vessel with a pouring lip, used as a laboratory container and mixing jar. (50 mL 100 mL, 300 mL, 1,000 mL, 2,000 mL)
Produces hot flame, mixture of das and air used for heating, sterilization and combustion
Used to light Bunsen Burner
Used to assist in finding out how heavy something is on the balance/scale.
Used to transport a measured volume of liquid.
Used to support a crucible when on a ring and being heated by Bunsen Burner.
Crucible and Cover
Used to heat small quantities to a very high temperature.
Used to hold something over a flame.
Used to heat materials and glass containers that hold liquids.
Magnetic Stir Bar
Used to stir a liquid mixture or solution.
Used for accurate fluid dispensing and measurement in experiments.
A conical laboratory flask with a broad, flat base and a short, narrow neck, used to hold liquids and observe chemical reactions. (125mL, 200 mL, 500 mL)
Used to measure very precisely one specific volume of liquid. (100 mL, 250 mL)
Used for guiding liquid or power into a small opening.
Used to accurately measure the volume of an object. (10mL, 25 mL, 50 mL, 100 mL)
Used for measuring precise volumes of liquid.
Used to drawn solution
Used to draw liquid into a laboratory pipette and to create a partial vacuum above the fluid.
Used to hold test tube or glass container in lab.
Used to support ring clamp.
Used to take small quantities of solid chemicals.
Used to indicate temperature.
Used to hold small amounts of material or chemicals for laboratory testing or experiments
Test Tube Clamp
Used to hold test tube while heating to not get burned.
Used as beaker cover and to evaporate water from a wet chemical.
Used to support a container during heating.
A small ceramic dish used to heat liquids over a flame so they evaporate and leave a residue.
Used for filtration and separating solids and liquids.
A flask used in the laboratory for filtering by suction/vacuum. (500 mL)