Laboratory equipment self review 2013

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  • 1. Self Review Lab Equipment
  • 2. 1
  • 3. • Used to look at microscopic specimens Microscope
  • 4. 2
  • 5. • Used to prepare specimen for microscopic investigation Microscope Slide
  • 6. 3
  • 7. Used for holding acids or caustic chemicals Reagent Bottle
  • 8. 4
  • 9. • Used to hold and heat liquids Florence Flask
  • 10. 5
  • 11. Funnel • Used when pouring liquid into a small container
  • 12. 6
  • 13. • Used to measure liquids Graduated Cylinder
  • 14. 7
  • 15. Test Tube • Used to hold and test small amounts of chemicals
  • 16. 8
  • 17. Test Tube Rack • Holds test tubes
  • 18. 9
  • 19. Petri Dish • Used for culturing microorganisms and holding specimens
  • 20. 10
  • 21. Thermometer • Measures Temperature
  • 22. 11
  • 23. Beaker Used for rough measuring and pouring of liquids
  • 24. . 12
  • 25. Erlenmeyer Flask • Used for holding, mixing and heating liquids, reduces evaporation of liquids and can be corked.
  • 26. 13
  • 27. • Apparatus used to hold a container above a Bunsen burner Ring Stand
  • 28. 14
  • 29. Wire Gauze • Used to support a container on a ring stand
  • 30. 15
  • 31. Mortar and Pestle • Used for grinding chemicals
  • 32. 16
  • 33. Dribble Cup/Overflow Can • Used to find the volume of a solid by displacement of water
  • 34. 17
  • 35. Bunsen Burner • Used for heating
  • 36. 18
  • 37. Test Tube Holder • Used to hold a test tube over a flame
  • 38. 19
  • 39. Dropper Used for adding small amounts of liquid
  • 40. 20
  • 41. Crucible Tongs • Used for holding a crucible
  • 42. 21
  • 43. Dissecting Scissors • Cuts tissue during dissection
  • 44. 22
  • 45. Test Tube Brush • Cleans test tubes
  • 46. 23
  • 47. Beaker Tongs • Used to handle beakers
  • 48. 24
  • 49. • Used to hold specimens during dissection, and for holding small items. Forceps
  • 50. • 25
  • 51. Pipette • Used to add small amounts of liquid
  • 52. 26
  • 53. Safety Goggles • Used for eye protection
  • 54. 27
  • 55. Digital Balance • Used to find mass
  • 56. 28
  • 57. Scalpel • Used to cut during dissection
  • 58. Teasing Needle Used as a probe in dissection 29
  • 59. Teasing Needle • Used as a fine probe during dissection
  • 60. 30
  • 61. Balance (triple beam balance) • Used to find mass
  • 62. Here are a few more that weren’t included in the lab. You don’t need to know them…. Just interesting to see.
  • 63. Crucible Used when melting materials at very high temperatures
  • 64. Triangle Holds a crucible on a ring stand
  • 65. Wood Splints Used for igniting flammables
  • 66. Evaporating Dish Used when evaporating a solution
  • 67. Cover Slip Covers specimen on microscope slide
  • 68. Hot Plate Used to heat materials
  • 69. Well Done!