What is a Bunsen burner used for? • A Bunsen burner is used to heat substances for experiments and scientific studies. A Bunsen burner can also sterilize things as it can reach temperatures of around 1500 degrees.
How is a Bunsen burner used?• A Bunsen burner uses a ﬂame (usually methane) in a laboratories to carry out scientiﬁc experiments.
What is a beaker used for? • A beaker is used to hold and pour liquids. They can also be used to heat liquids and mix chemicals, and other things together.
How is a beaker used?• A beaker is used by putting liquids and chemicals into it and mixing them together for experiments and to pour things out.
What is a Florence ﬂask used for?• A ﬂorence ﬂask or the boiling ﬂask is used as a cup to hold and store different kinds of liquids.
How is a Florence ﬂask used?• Because of the ﬂasks round bottom you can use it to easily swirl liquids for mixing and by using the ﬂask over a ﬂame the heat gets evenly distributed over the bottom for heating or distilling liquids.
What is a petri dish used for?• A petri dish is a shallow cylindrical dish used in laboratories to allow bacteria to grow.
How is a petri dish used?• A petri dish is used by biologist by keeping the bacteria.
What is a pipette used for?• A pipette is a chemical dropper to measure and move ﬁxed measurements of chemicals.
How is a pipette used?• A pipette is used by chemist to adjust the volume of liquid transferred.
What is a test tube used for?• A test tube is a thin glass used to store, hold, mix or heat small measurements of different chemicals.
How is a test tube used?• A test tube is used by chemist in a laboratory by holding various chemicals and a carrying out experiments.