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Lab Safety

Science Unit on Science Lab Safety

TermDefinition
goggles used to cover and protect the eyes
fire blanket used to smother a fire (clothing or small trash can fire)
fire extinguisher used to put out a larger fire *NEVER USE ON A PERSON*
eye wash station used to flush eyes with water *flush for 15-20 minutes*
safety shower used to wash off large chemical spills on the body or clothing
triple beam balance used to obtain precise measurements of mass
beaker used to measure volume of liquids and pour or mix liquids
graduated cylinder used to obtain precise measurements of volume
flask used to swirl liquids without the risk of spilling
funnel used for guiding a liquid or powder into a small opening
test tube rack used to support and store test tubes
Bunsen burner used to heat test tubes or burn certain substances
Petri dish used to grow cultures of microorganisms
apron used to protect the body and clothes from chemical and acid
tongs used to grip and lift objects
dropper used to transfer small amounts of liquid
thermometer used to find the temperature of a substance
stopwatch used to time situations in seconds
meter stick used to find the length of an object
hand lens used to look at objects with a magnified view
electronic scale used to find the mass of an object
spring scale used for find the force in Newtons
Created by: amarkus1
 

 



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