Scientific drawings

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    I liked how these drawings are based on drawings at school, the more simpler 2D drawings.
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Scientific drawings

  1. 1. MAKING SCIENTIFIC DRAWINGS
  2. 2. Drawing ApparatusWhen you perform an investigation and then, afterwards, writedown what happened; you may need to draw how the apparatuswas arranged.To save time in science, there are special ways to draw theapparatus. Can you predict what the diagrams will look like forthe apparatus below? Clamp & stand Test tube Funnel Beaker Conical flask Measuring cylinder
  3. 3. Drawing Apparatus 1 Test tube
  4. 4. Drawing Apparatus 3 Beaker
  5. 5. Drawing Apparatus 4 Conical flask
  6. 6. Drawing Apparatus 5 gauzetripod Tripod & gauze
  7. 7. Drawing Apparatus 6 clamp stand Clamp & stand
  8. 8. Drawing Apparatus 7 Filter paper FunnelFunnel & filter paper
  9. 9. Drawing Apparatus 8 Bunsen burner (Heat)
  10. 10. Drawing Apparatus 9Measuring cylinder
  11. 11. 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9.___________________Using the drawings above draw:1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.2. An irregular object in a eureka (displacement) can, with a beaker at the spout to collect the water.3. A conical flask, ½ filled with water, being supported on a clamp stand, with a thermometer inside to measure the temperature. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.
  12. 12. 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9.___________________Using the drawings above draw:1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.2. An irregular object in a eureka (displacement) can, with a beaker at the spout to collect the
  13. 13. 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9.___________________Using the drawings above draw:1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.2. An irregular object in a eureka (displacement) can, with a beaker at the spout to collect the water.3. A conical flask, ½ filled with water, being supported on a clamp stand, with a thermometer inside to measure the temperature. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown
  14. 14. 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9.___________________Using the drawings above draw:1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.2. An irregular object in a eureka (displacement) can, with a beaker at the spout to collect the water.3. A conical flask, ½ filled with water, being supported on a clamp stand, with a thermometer inside to measure the temperature. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not shown above.
  15. 15. Apparatus we use in the Labora 1 2 Here are the symbols that are used to represent some of the appa Beaker laboratory. Put the correct name under each one. Displacement canratory Waterpparatus we use in the Apparatus we use in the Laboratory Gauze Beaker Here are the symbols that are used to represent some of the apparatus we use in the laboratory. Put the correct name under each one. Irregular Tripod object HEAT Bunsen HEAT burner 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9._______________ 1.___________________ 1.___________________ 2.____________________ 3.______________ 2.____________________ 3.___________________ Using the drawings above draw: clamp stand 3 1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You will thermometer two other pieces of apparatus not shown above. 4.____________________ 5.____________________ 6.______________ 2. An irregular object in a eureka (displacement) can, with a beaker at the spout to colle water. 3. A conical flask, ½ filled with water, being supported on a clamp stand, with a thermom clamp 6.___________________ to measure the temperature. You will need two other pieces of apparatus not s inside above. conical flask 7.____________________ 8._____________________ 9.______________ water 4.____________________ 5.____________________ Using the drawings above draw: 1. A beaker, ½ filled with water, on a tripod, being heated by a bunsen burner. You wi

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