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Laboratory Apparatus

Laboratory Apparatus

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Laboratory Apparatus
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LABORATORY APPARATUS
1.
Spatula
- to scoop small amounts of a solidsubstance and to scrape something.
2.
Glass Funnel
- used to channel liquid or fine-grained substances into containers with a smallopening.
3.
Stirring/Glass Rod
- used to mix chemicalsand liquids for laboratory purposes
4.
Thistle Tube
- to add liquid to an existingsystem of apparatus.
5.
Dropper/Pasteur Pipette
- used totransport a measured volume of liquid.
6.
Volumetric Flask 
- used to measure onespecific volume.
7.
Mohr Burette
- used to measure the volumeof the liquid dispensed.
8.
Geissler/Acid Burette
- used especially inlaboratory procedures for accurate fluiddispensing and measurement.
9.
Volumetric Pipette
- a tool for measuringprecise volumes of a liquid.
10.
Serological Pipette
- used in the same wayas Mohr pipettes except all the solution must beforced out in the receiving container to deliverrequired volumes.
11.
Graduated Cylinder
- used to accuratelymeasure the volume of a liquid.
12.
Beaker
- Used to hold and heat liquids.
13.
Florence Flask 
- used for heating substancesthat needs to be heated evenly.
14.
Erlenmeyer flask 
- used to heat and storeliquids.
15.
Iodine Flask 
- used for the wet chemicalanalysis
16.
Evaporating Dish
- used to heat andevaporate liquids.17.Porcelain Casserole
18.
Watch Glass
- used to hold solids whenbeing weighed or transported.
19.
Ignition Tube
- primarily used to hold smallquantities of substances which are undergoingdirect heating by a Bunsen burner or other heatsource.
20.
Porcelain Crucible
- used to heat smallquantities to very high temperatures.
21.
Crucible Tong
– Used to hold the crucible
22.
Distilling Flask 
- used for distillationprocesses.
23.
Condenser
- used in distillation
24.
Adapter
- a device that connects thecondenser and the receiving flask in a distillationprocess.
25.
Test Tube
- used by chemists to hold, mix, orheat small quantities of solid or liquid chemicals,especially for qualitative experiments and assays.
26.
Test Tube Rack 
- is used to hold testtubes while reactions happen in them or whilethey are not needed.
27.
Iron Stand
– used to hold the iron ringand supports.
28.
Iron Ring
– used to hold or supportbeakers during experiments while connectedto the iron stand.
29.
Tripod
– three-legged support equipmentused to place above the bunsen burner in thescience lab to heat/boil anything.
30.
Burette Clamp
- used to fastenglassware into place on a ring stand
31.
Clay Triangle
- used to hold crucibleswhen they are being heated.
32.
Clamp Holder
- used to secure anextension-type utility clamp to a supportstand (or ring stand)
33.
Mortar & Pestle
- used to crush solidsinto powders for experiments, usually tobetter dissolve the solids.
34.
Bunsen Burner
- used for heating andexposing items to flame.
35.
Alcohol Lamp
– Used to heat things.
36.
Wing Top/Fish Tail
- used to bend glassas it spread out the heat over a larger area,making it more uniform.
37.
Wire Gauze
- used to spread heat of aburner flame
38.
Cork Borer
- tool for cutting a hole in acork or rubber stopper to insert glass tubing.
39.
Thermometer
- used to take temperatureof solids, liquids, and gases.
40.
Desiccators
- used for preservingmoisture-sensitive items.
41.
Weighing
 
Bottle
- used when you'remaking up a standard solution.
42.
Triangular
 
File
- used for many cuts,such as cutting angles less than 90 degrees.
43.
Petri
 
Dish
- use to culture cells, whichcan be bacteria, animal, plant, or fungus.
44.
Spot
 
Plate
– Used for observing smallamounts of solids.
45.
Test
 
Tube
 
brush
- used to easily cleanthe inside of a test tube.
46.
Pinchcock 
- used to regulate or close aflexible tube, especially in laboratoryapparatus.
47.
Rubber
 
Aspirator
– used for moving air,fluids, etc. by suction
48.
Rubber
 
Tubing
- is used to connect twoopenings.
49.
Separatory
 
Funnel
- used in liquid-liquidextractions to separate (
 partition
) thecomponents of a mixture between twoimmiscible solvent phases of differentdensities.

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