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  • 1. What&#x2019;s wrong with this picture? <br /> Right before her science class, Ann touched up her hair with an extra application of hairspray. <br /> Ann will be late for class if she sprays her hair. <br /> Hair spray is dangerous around open flames. <br /> Ann&#x2019;s hair will be too stiff.

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  • Safety in Science
  • Whatʼs Wrong?
  • Over Cluttered And Under-Prepared
  • Function NOT Fashion
  • Nateʼs hair looks is also ON awesome, FIRE!
  • Food and labs, donʼt always mix.
  • Oh no! IʼM ON FIRE!
  • Walk to the nearest fire extinguisher?
  • Walk Outside?
  • Stop, Drop, and Roll.
  • Flame Hot Plate
  • Hot Plate
  • Living plants and animals in the wild and in True. the lab should False. always be treated with respect.
  • True.
  • The best way to cut a soft object is to True. hold it in the False. palm of your hand and then carefully cut it.
  • True.
  • If your lab partnerʼs hair caught on fire, True. you should False. quickly throw water on the burning hair.
  • False.
  • You should pour acid or a base into water to True. False. keep the acid from producing heat and splattering.
  • False.
  • It is important to taste a chemical to True. False. find out exactly what you are working with.
  • False.
  • It is OK to take True. something False. from the lab as long as you return it.
  • False.
  • It is OK to True. illuminate a False. microscope with direct sunlight.
  • True.
  • True.
  • False.