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LAB EQUIPMENT

LAB EQUIPMENT

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CHEMISTRY LAB EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTIONS
CHEMISTRY LAB EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTIONS

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Lab Equipment List
Some items will not be drawn instead, their location will be listed.Name of equipmentSketch of equipmentor location inroomDescription of use:1. Erlenmeyerflask
Photo credit:www.koh-development.com
Erlenmeyer flasks are used to mixchemicals. We do not rely on thegraduated markings on the side of theflask. You swirl the flask gently to mix thecontents.2. graduatedcylinderPhoto credit:
www.koh-development.com
Graduated cylinders are used to measureprecise volumes of liquids. You readgraduated cylinders to one place beyondwhere the scale is written.3. pipettePhoto credit:
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A pipette measures precise volumes of liquid, usually less than 25 mL. Youestimate the last digit by reading one placebeyond what is written on the pipette.4. test tubePhoto credit:
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A test tube is an elongated piece of glassin which someone performs a reaction. They are also used to hold liquids untillater use.5. test tube rackA test tube rack holds test tubes.6. beaker
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A beaker holds liquids. We can mix liquidsin a beaker by placing a magnetic stir barinside the beaker and by putting thebeaker on a magnetic stirrer. We can alsostir with a glass rod. We do not rely on thegraduations on the side of the beaker foraccuracy.7.funnelPhoto source:
www.sciplus.com
A funnel makes it easier to put solids orliquids into another container, especially if the container has a narrow neck.
 
8. evaporatingdishPhoto credit
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We evaporate liquids from solids in anevaporating dish.9. ring clampPhoto credit:
www.geocities.com
A ring clamp attaches to a ring stand. Itcan support equipment.10. ring standPhoto credit:
www.chinalabsupplies.com
A ring stand is used to support ring clamps,utility clamps, or buret clamps.11. wire gauzePhoto credit:
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A wire gauze can be put on top of a ringstand so that a beaker can be supported.A Bunsen burner would be located belowthe wire gauze. The wire gauze helpsspread out the heat.12. BunsenburnerPhoto credit:
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A Bunsen burner is used to heat objects.13. scoupula,chemical spoon
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A scoupula, chemical spoon, or spatula isused to weigh chemicals. We use aseparate weighing utensil for eachchemical.14. eye dropper/medicine dropperPhoto credit:
www.edityourdigitalphotos.com
An eye dropper/ medicine dropper lets usadminister liquids drop by drop.15. utility clampPhoto credit:
hoahocdoisong.com
A utility clamp can hold many cylindricalobjects like thermometers, burets, or testtubes.16. cruciblePhoto credit:
www.thesciencefair.com
A crucible is used to heat up hydrates orsolids. Crucibles can crack if they get wetand are heated.
 
17. crucibletongsPhoto credit:
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Crucible tongs hold crucibles so we don’tburn ourselves.18. test tubeholderPhoto credit:
www.carl-roth.de
A test tube holder holds a test tube that wemay have in a flame or warming in a hotwater bath.19. strikerPhoto credit:
www.homedepot.ca
A striker lights a Bunsen burner. At thistime we don’ t have any that work.20. mortar andpestlePhoto credit:
icn2.umeche.maine.edu
Mortar and pestles are used to grind upmaterials. One should never bang a pestlein the mortar because it can crack themortar.21. scale/balancePhoto credit:
www.sks-science.com
A scale/balance is used to weigh things.22. pipette fillerPhoto credit:
www.pelletlab.com
A pipette filler lets us draw liquid into apipette. You rotate the little wheel whichcreates an area of low pressure so that theliquid will want to enter the pipette.23. volumetricFlaskPhoto credit:
www.koh-development.com
A volumetric flask is used to measureprecise liquids when you make a Molarsolution.24. buretPhoto credit:
www.koh-development.com
A buret is used to add precise amounts of liquid in a controllable manner.

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