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Chemistry Appar.

Chemistry Apparatus and the uses

ApparatusUse
Iron Ring to fasten to the ring stand as a support for apparatus
Buret Clamp/Test Tube Clamp to hold apparatus and may be fastened to ring stand
mortar and pestle to grind chemicals to a powder
Spatula to transfer solid chemicals in weighing
Triangular File to scratch glass to file
Rubber Connector to connect parts of apparatus
Pinch Clamp to clamp rubber connector
Test Tube Rack to hold test tubes in upright position
Plastic Wash Bottle to dispense distilled water
Pneumatic Trough to hold water, gas collecting bottles
Test tube Brush to scrub glass apparatus
Stirring Rod to stir combinations of materials
Evaporationg Dish a containor for small amounts of liquid being evaportated
Glass plate many uses(should not be heated)
watch glass may be used as a beaker cover and to evaporate very small amounts of liquid
Funnel used for pouring
Medicine Dropper to transfer small amounts of liquid
Forceps to pick up or hold small objects
Funnel support to support funnels
Wide-Mouth bottle many uses as a container
Beaker as a container like a cup that may be heated
Graduated Cylinder to measure volume
Erlenmeyer Flask sizes marked on the flask with line at top
Florence Flask may be heated with rounded bottem
test tube many uses can be heated
Test tube holder to hold a test tube
Tongs to pick up and hold apparatus
Gas measuring Tube used to collect gas and measure the volumes of gas
Double Buret Clamp to hold burets when titrating
pipestem to support crucible
crucible and cover to heat small amounts of soild material at high temperatures
Ceramis-Fibered Square to place under hot apparatus
Wire Gauze to spread the heat of a flame
Laboratory Burner to heat chemicals in beakers or test tubes
Ring stand to support the ring and is used in many ways
Buret withdraws and measures volumes of solutions in titrations
Volumetric Flask used in the preparation of solutions
Created by: kristy2006