Laboratory Equipment
Review
1
• Used to look at microscopic specimens
Microscope
2
• Used to prepare specimen for
microscopic investigation
Microscope Slide
3
Used for holding acids or caustic
chemicals
Reagent Bottle
4
• Used to hold and heat liquids
Florence Flask
5
Funnel
• Used when pouring liquid into a small
container
6
• Used to measure liquids
Graduated
Cylinder
7
Test Tube
• Used to hold and test small amounts of
chemicals
8
Test Tube Rack
• Holds test tubes
9
Petri Dish
• Used for culturing microorganisms and
holding specimens
10
Thermometer
• Measures Temperature
11
Beaker
Used for rough measuring and
pouring of liquids
.
12
Erlenmeyer Flask
• Used for holding, mixing and heating
liquids, reduces evaporation of liquids
and can be corked.
13
• Apparatus used to hold a container
above a Bunsen burner
Ring Stand
14
Wire Gauze
• Used to support a container on a ring
stand
15
Mortar and Pestle
• Used for grinding chemicals
16
Dribble Cup/Overflow Can
• Used to find the volume of a solid
by displacement of water
17
Bunsen Burner
• Used for heating
18
Test Tube Holder
• Used to hold a test tube over a flame
19
Dropper
Used for adding small amounts of liquid
20
Crucible Tongs
• Used for holding a crucible
21
Dissecting Scissors
• Cuts tissue during dissection
22
Test Tube Brush
• Cleans test tubes
23
Beaker Tongs
• Used to handle beakers
24
• Used to hold specimens during dissection, and
for holding small items.
Forceps
•
25
Pipette
• Used to add small amounts of liquid
26
Safety Goggles
• Used for eye protection
27
Digital Balance
• Used to find mass
28
Scalpel
• Used to cut during dissection
Teasing Needle
Used as a probe in dissection
29
Teasing Needle
• Used as a fine probe during dissection
30
Balance
(triple beam balance)
• Used to find mass
Here are a few more that weren’t
included in the lab. You don’t need
to know them…. Just interesting to
see.
Crucible
Used when melting
materials at very
high temperatures
Triangle
Holds a crucible on a ring stand
Wood Splints
Used for igniting flammables
Evaporating Dish
Used when evaporating a solution
Cover Slip
Covers specimen on microscope slide
Hot Plate
Used to heat materials
Well Done!
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Laboratory equipment self review 2013

  1. 1. Laboratory Equipment Review
  2. 2. 1
  3. 3. • Used to look at microscopic specimens Microscope
  4. 4. 2
  5. 5. • Used to prepare specimen for microscopic investigation Microscope Slide
  6. 6. 3
  7. 7. Used for holding acids or caustic chemicals Reagent Bottle
  8. 8. 4
  9. 9. • Used to hold and heat liquids Florence Flask
  10. 10. 5
  11. 11. Funnel • Used when pouring liquid into a small container
  12. 12. 6
  13. 13. • Used to measure liquids Graduated Cylinder
  14. 14. 7
  15. 15. Test Tube • Used to hold and test small amounts of chemicals
  16. 16. 8
  17. 17. Test Tube Rack • Holds test tubes
  18. 18. 9
  19. 19. Petri Dish • Used for culturing microorganisms and holding specimens
  20. 20. 10
  21. 21. Thermometer • Measures Temperature
  22. 22. 11
  23. 23. Beaker Used for rough measuring and pouring of liquids
  24. 24. . 12
  25. 25. Erlenmeyer Flask • Used for holding, mixing and heating liquids, reduces evaporation of liquids and can be corked.
  26. 26. 13
  27. 27. • Apparatus used to hold a container above a Bunsen burner Ring Stand
  28. 28. 14
  29. 29. Wire Gauze • Used to support a container on a ring stand
  30. 30. 15
  31. 31. Mortar and Pestle • Used for grinding chemicals
  32. 32. 16
  33. 33. Dribble Cup/Overflow Can • Used to find the volume of a solid by displacement of water
  34. 34. 17
  35. 35. Bunsen Burner • Used for heating
  36. 36. 18
  37. 37. Test Tube Holder • Used to hold a test tube over a flame
  38. 38. 19
  39. 39. Dropper Used for adding small amounts of liquid
  40. 40. 20
  41. 41. Crucible Tongs • Used for holding a crucible
  42. 42. 21
  43. 43. Dissecting Scissors • Cuts tissue during dissection
  44. 44. 22
  45. 45. Test Tube Brush • Cleans test tubes
  46. 46. 23
  47. 47. Beaker Tongs • Used to handle beakers
  48. 48. 24
  49. 49. • Used to hold specimens during dissection, and for holding small items. Forceps
  50. 50. • 25
  51. 51. Pipette • Used to add small amounts of liquid
  52. 52. 26
  53. 53. Safety Goggles • Used for eye protection
  54. 54. 27
  55. 55. Digital Balance • Used to find mass
  56. 56. 28
  57. 57. Scalpel • Used to cut during dissection
  58. 58. Teasing Needle Used as a probe in dissection 29
  59. 59. Teasing Needle • Used as a fine probe during dissection
  60. 60. 30
  61. 61. Balance (triple beam balance) • Used to find mass
  62. 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. 63. Crucible Used when melting materials at very high temperatures
  64. 64. Triangle Holds a crucible on a ring stand
  65. 65. Wood Splints Used for igniting flammables
  66. 66. Evaporating Dish Used when evaporating a solution
  67. 67. Cover Slip Covers specimen on microscope slide
  68. 68. Hot Plate Used to heat materials
  69. 69. Well Done!

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