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Chem I instruments

equipment used in chemistry lab

TermDefinition
goggles to protect the eyes - must always wear!!
triple beam balance to measure mass in grams
graduated cylinder to measure liquid volume in milliliters
ruler or meter stick to measure length in centimeters and millimeters
thermometer to measure temperature in Celsius
Erlenmeyer flask used to store and mix chemicals
Florence flask used to heat liquid chemicals
beaker used like a cup for mixing and heating chemicals
funnel used to transfer liquids from large containers to smaller ones
evaporating dish used to evaporate liquids or moisture from solids
mortar and pestle used to grind solids into a powder
crucible used to heat solids
Bunsen burner used for heating substances
ring stand used to support an apparatus
iron ring attaches to ring stand
wire gauze used to support glassware and distribute the heat
pipe stem triangle used to support the crucible during heating
tongs used to pick up hot glassware
test tube used to mix small amounts of chemicals
test tube holders used to pick up test tubes
test tube rack supports test tubes upright
buret used to deliver a specific amount of liquid volume in milliliters
pipet used to transfer a small quantity of a liquid
stirring rod used to stir chemicals
forceps used to pick up small objects
scoop used to pick up powdered chemicals
spot plate used to compare several experiments on a small scale
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