General Chemistry: The Basic Laboratory Glasswares
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Round Bottom Flask (Large)
The Round Bottom Flask has a spherical bottom and is commonly used to heat and or boil liquid, distillation, contain chemical liquid, etc
The Erlenmeyer Flask has a flat bottom, a conical body, and a cylindrical neck.
The beaker has a cylindrical shape and a flat bottom. It is commonly used as a container for stirring, mixing, and heating liquids in laboratories
Round Bottom Flask (Small)
The Round Bottom Flask has a spherical bottom and is commonly used to heat and or boil liquid, distillation, contain chemical liquid, etc.
The graduated cylinder has a narrow cylindrical shape, and is used to measure the volume of liquid. Each mark represents the amount of liquid has been measured (e.g 50 mL in this picture)
The number represents the maximum capacity of a glassware's volume (mL or L)
"To Contain" - The purpose of the glasswares is to contain (versus "TD" - To Deliver in Pipette)