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Laboratory tools and equipment

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Laboratory tools and equipment

  1. 1. Laboratory Tools and Equipment
  2. 2. Foreign country settingTHE SCIENCE LABORATORIES…
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  4. 4. Did you know that… Laboratory equipment refers to the various tools and equipment used by scientists working in a laboratory.
  5. 5. Laboratory equipment isgenerally used to either performan experiment or to take measurementsand gather data.
  6. 6. Are you ready to know the different tools and equipment in the laboratory?Here they are...
  7. 7. MeasuringtoolsTesting toolsMagnifyingtools
  8. 8. Glass and Porcelain Equipment
  9. 9. Used to measure the volume of liquidsGraduated Cylinder
  10. 10. Used as a container when measuring approximate volume of liquidsBeaker
  11. 11. Graduated flask used in volumetric analysisFlorence Flask
  12. 12. Erlenmeyer flasks are suitable for heating liquids, e.g. with a Bunsen burner.Erlenmeyer flask
  13. 13. These are widely used by chemists to hold, mix, or heat small quantities of solid or liquid chemicals, especially for qualitative experiments and assays.Test tube
  14. 14. Used in filtration and in transferring liquidfunnel
  15. 15. Used as a container when observing the reaction of a substance when exposed to airWatch glass
  16. 16. Used in mixing solutions; directs the flow of liquidsStirring rod
  17. 17. Used in glass connections, preparation of medicine dropper, glass jets, etc.Glass tube
  18. 18. Used to transfer and measure small amounts of liquidMedicine dropper
  19. 19. Container for evaporationEvaporating dish
  20. 20. Used for grinding solidsMortar and pestle
  21. 21. Container for high- temperature heatingCrucible and cover
  22. 22. Container for observing small amount of solidsSpot plate
  23. 23. Used in determining the temperature of a substancethermometer
  24. 24. Metal Equipmentand Accessories
  25. 25. Iron standUsed to hold iron ring, utility clamp, etc.
  26. 26. Iron clampUsed to hold apparatusin a set-up
  27. 27. Wire gauzePlaced over the iron ring to prevent direct heating
  28. 28. Iron ringUsed assupport to the wire gauze
  29. 29. tripodUsed as astand during heating
  30. 30. Bunsen burner/ alcohol lamp Sources of heat
  31. 31. Test tube rackUsed as a stand for test tubes
  32. 32. Rubber stopperCover for test tubes and flasks; used in glass connections
  33. 33. Clay triangle Holdscrucible andcover during heating process
  34. 34. Test tube holderUsed to hold the test tubeduring heating process
  35. 35. Crucible tongsUsed to hold hotobjects, especi ally crucible and cover
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