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kills bacteria on goggles between labs germicidal monitor
This cannot be heated. We use either 10ml, 25ml, 50ml, or 100ml sizes for our labs. Used to find the volume of liquids. graduated cylinder
supports an oring or test tube clamp, so a bunsen burner can be used. ring stand
Base (Alkaline) with the number 14 on the ph scale. Used for Heron's fountain activity. sodium hydroxide
Acid with the number 3 on the ph scale. Used for Heron's fountain activity vinegar
Indicator used for heron's fountain activity. Turns a base pink if ph is between 8-14. phenolphthalein
A measure of acidity(acid) and alkalinity (base) in water soluble substances. Its range is 1-14. PH scale
substance with a number 1-6 on ph scale acid
substance with a number 8-14 on ph scale base
7 on ph scale neutral
(1.8 * Celsius )+ 32 C to F
(Fahrenheit - 32) /1.8 F to C
mass/volume density
Example of a substance with the number 7 on the ph scale. water
Volume = pi * radius squared * height cylinder
Used to hold liquids. It has a conical body, long neck, and a flat bottom erlenmeyer flask
Used to hold liquids. Has a round body, single long neck, and a flat bottom florence flask
A circular concave piece of glass used in chemistry watch glass
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the third box over. deka
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the 6th box over. centi
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the 2nd box over. hecto
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the 7th box over. milli
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the first box. kilo
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the fourth box over. meter, liter, gram
Starting from the left on the metric conversion chart. This is the 5th box over. deci
This unit measures the amount of space something takes up. volume
This unit measures distance meter
This unit measures the amount of matter in an object mass
How many centimeters are in 1 inch 2.54
Experiment run without the variable in order to show that any data form the experiment was due to the variable. (Normal) control
The is the one variable that gets changed independent variable
This is variable that gets measured dependent variable
An educated guess hypothesis
This is where you explain the data you gathered. You explain if your hypothesis was right or wrong. conclusion
V = l x w x h rectangular prism
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