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Common Lab Tools and their use

Common Lab Tools and their use

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  • 1. Tools of the Science Lab Ms. Legg Science 7 Hill Middle School
  • 2. Safety Symbols
  • 3. Goggles Protects your eyes from hazardous spills and splashes
  • 4. Graduated Cylinder ( grad-u-a-ted sil-in-dur )
    • Used to measure the volume of a liquid.
    • More precise than a beaker
    Meniscus Line (mu-nis-cus)
  • 5. Beaker (be-kur)
  • 6. Erlenmeyer Flask (url-en-my-er)
  • 7. Boiling (Florence) flor-unce Flask
  • 8. Thermometer ( thur-mom-ě-tur) Used to measure temperature or the amount of energy in a system.
    • No longer contains mercury.
    • The red liquid inside is alcohol!
  • 9. Support Stand with Clamps & Rings
  • 10. Test Tubes & Rack
  • 11. Test Tube Holders
  • 12. Triple Beam Balance Used to measure the mass in an object. Pan Riders Beams
  • 13. Hot Plates
  • 14. Heat Resistant Gloves
  • 15. Forceps ( four-seps) or “tweezers”
  • 16. Dissecting Pins & Probes i
  • 17. Quiz Time!
  • 18. What is this used for? Used to measure temperature or the amount of energy in a system.
  • 19. Identify this piece of equipment.
    • Erlenmeyer Flask
  • 20. What is this used for? Measuring the volume of a liquid.
  • 21. What is this line called? Meniscus Line
  • 22. What is this called? Triple Beam Balance What is it’s purpose? To Measure the Mass of an Object
  • 23. The End