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  • 1. Lab Equipment Project
    • Do you know what lab equipment is?
    • Now sit back and let us tell you all about it.
    • When to use it.
    • How to use it.
    • Different types.
  • 2. The Different Types
    • Beaker
    • Bottle
    • Bunsen Burner
    • Crucible
    • Erlenmeyer Flask
  • 3. The Different Types
    • Evaporating Dish
    • Thermometer
    • Tongs
    • Ring stand
    • Test Tube Rack
  • 4. Beaker Bottle
    • Used to hold and heat liquids such as water and other types chemicals
    • Can be used for storage, for mixing, or displaying. You can use this to mix different types of liquids in like dye, sugars, and vitamins.
  • 5.  
  • 6. Bunsen Burner Used for heating and exposing items to a flame. They are used for more than just a hot plate, but do not replace a hot plate.
  • 7. Erlenmeyer Flask Used to heat and store liquids. The Erlenmeyer flask heats up faster because of it’s wide bottom. examples of liquids: water, oil, and acids
  • 8. Ring Stand Tongs
    • Used to hold items that are being heated.The clamps or rings can be used so that items may be placed above the lab table for heating by bunsen burners.
    • Used to hold many different things such as flasks.
  • 9. Crucible Thermometer
    • Used to heat small quantities to very high temperatures.
    • Used to take temperature of solids, liquids, and gases.
  • 10. Evaporating Dish The evaporating dish is used to heat and evaporate liquids.
  • 11. Test Tube Rack The test tube rack is used to hold test tubes while reactions happen in them or while they are not needed.
  • 12. Bibliography www.nettrekker.com www.sciencelab.com