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Lab Safety & Equip.

goggles Protects the eyes from flying objects or chemical splashes
erlenmeyer flask A narrow-mouth container used to transport, heat, or measure substances,often used when a stopper is required.
triple beam balance A device used to measure the mass of an object or substance.
graduated cylinder Used to measure the volume of liquids very precisely.
test tube A small glass container used to view chemical reactions or to heat small amounts of a substance.
funnel Used to pour liquids into containers with small openings.
eye dropper Used to dispense a very small amount of liquid.
beaker A wide-mouthed container used to transport, heat, or measure liquids.
tongs Used to pick up hot or cold objects.
apron Protects the scientist and the scientist's clothes from hazardous or hot chemicals.
What are the 3 base units? meter, liter, and gram
scientific method A series of steps followed to solve problems.
hypothesis Usually an if/then statement based on scientific research or observations that can be tested.
research Information gathered from books, articles, and other media.
conclusion A summary of what you learned from an experiment.
scientific law A statement that describes what scientists expect to happen every time under a particular set of conditions.
scientific theory A well tested explanation for a wide range of observations and experimental results.
What does KHDBDCM stand for? Kilo, hecto, deka, base, deci, centi, and milli
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