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Chemistry Lab Equip.

Lab equipment.

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Used to heat, cool, transfer, mix, and react liquid and solid chemicals Beaker
Same as beaker, ideally suited to mixing Erlenmeyer Flask
Provides Support when filtering or heating chemicals. Clamps on to a ring stand Wire Gauze
Used only to measure volume Graduated Cylinder
Used to support crucibles and other small vessels while heating. Also supports funnels. Clay Triangle
Supports a test tube when being heated. Clamps on to a ring stand. Test Tube Clamp
Used to heat/react chemicals Evaporating Dish
Same as evaporating dish but usually smaller Crucible and lid
Used to measure small volumes accurately, also used to transfer liquid samples Micropipette
Used to pick up and hold larger objects, especially when hot Tongs
Used to grasp and transport hot beakers Beaker Tongs
Used to pick up and hold smaller objects, especially when hot Forceps
Used to transfer dry chemicals Spatula
Used to crush/pulverize dry chemicals Mortar and pestle
Used to hold/react small amounts of liquid or solid chemicals Microwell plate
Holds chemicals while on electronic balance, or while being transferred back to work station Weighing Pan
Used to dispense liquids, often distilled water for rinsing Wash Bottle
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