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LAB EQUIPMENT

Lab Equipment

TermDefinition
MICROSCOPE TO OBSERVE SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS CELLS AND ORGANISMS
FUNNEL USED TO TRANSFER SOLUTIONS FROM ONE CONTAINER TO ANOTHER
RULER USED TO MEASURE THE LENGTH OF SOMETHING
TEST TUBE USED TO HOLD SMALL VOLUMES OF LIQUID
TEST TUBE RACK USED TO HOLD TEST TUBES SAFELY
THERMOMETER USED TO MEASURE THE TEMPERATURE
BEAKER A GLASS CONTAINER USED TO HOLD AND MEASURE VOLUME OF A FLUID
GRADUATED CYLINDER USUALLY MADE OF PLASTIC. A TALL CONTAINER USED TO MEASURE VOLUME
TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE USED TO MEASURE MASS OF AN OBJECT
GOGGLES USED TO PROTECT EYES
SPRING SCALE USED TO MEASURE THE FORCE OF SOMETHING
Created by: DSTOBER