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Lab Apparatus

  1. 1. LAB APPARATUS 1. Beaker Appearance: Cylindrical borosilicate glass container with flat bottom and upper opening with rim and a spout that aids in proper pouring of solutions. It also comes with graduated calibrations/ measurements. Features: Disposable (One-use) and Graduated (marked with measurement) Uses: a. Hold varying volumes of liquid. b. Not used for precise measurements of liquids. Types: a. Griffin/Low form/ Standard beaker - Universally known beakers. Lower beakers with 40% of diameter as height. - Used for preparing solutions, decanting supernatant fluids, holding waste fluids, and performing simple reactions. - (Measure, contain, mix, decant.) b. Berzelius/Tall form - Used for titration (slow addition of solution of a known concentration (titrant) to another solution of unknown concentration until reaction reaches neutralization) where solutions are mixed to generate results.

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