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science study guide

Mr. Riley

Test Tube Rack used to hold and dry test tubes.
Thermometer used to measure how much heat energy is in an object.
Test tubes used to hold small amounts of pre-measured substances.
Digital Balance used to determine a smaller, lighter object’s mass.
Triple Beam Balance used to determine the mass of larger, heavier objects mass.
Scoopula used for transferring dry chemicals.
Weigh Boat used to weigh or transfer chemicals (usually dry).
Pipette used to transfer liquid from one container to another. (Increments are very small – usually .25 mL per increment.)
Beaker used to measure large volumes of liquid. (Increments are larger than a graduated cylinder – usually 25 -50 mL per increment.)
Graduated Cylinder used to measure the volume of liquids. It is more precisethan a beaker. (Increments are smaller than a beaker – usually 1 mL per increment.)
Normal Laboratory gloves used in laboratory anytime chemicals are to be
Goggles measures length of objects.
Meter stick measures length of objects.
Erlenmeyer Flask glassware with a wide base and with sides that taper upward to a short vertical neck; allows contents to be mixed by swirling.
Volumetric Flask used for making liquid solutions of precise volumes.
Microscope used for magnifying very small items for easier viewing.
Microscope Slides used for holding specimens on the microscope.
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