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Chemistry Lab Equipment
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Safety Goggles
• Protect eyes whenever working with
chemicals in the lab
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Test Tubes
• Store/Mix small amounts of substances
• Heat/Boil substances over a burner
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Beaker
• Store/Mix substances
• Heat substances over a burner
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Test Tube Clamp
• Holds a test tube to a ring stand, usually
for purposes of heating
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Test Tube Holder
• Allows you to hold a test tube over a
burner or other heat source without
burning your hand
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Test Tube Rack
• Stores several test tubes
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Test Tube Brush
• Used to clean test tubes, can be used to
clean other equipment as well
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Ring Stand
• Clamps of any type are placed on this
when setting up an experiment
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Plastic Wash Bottles
• Add small amounts of water to a
container
• Rinse out glassware
• NOT A SQUIRT BOTTLE!
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Ring Clamp
• Clamped to a ring stand to support
other equipment
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Wire Gauze
• Usually rests on top of a ring clamp to
support a beaker being heated
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Clay Triangle
• Sits on a ring stand to support a crucible
or a funnel
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Crucible and Cover
• Ceramic equipment used to heat a
small amount of solid to very high
temperatures
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Evaporating Dish
• Ceramic equipment used to drive off a
small amount of liquid to leave a dry
residue
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Funnel
• Tool to aid pouring
• Supports filter paper when performing
filtration
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Watch Glass
• Allows things to be set out to dry
• Can be used as a cover for a beaker
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Dropper Pipet
• NOT AN EYE DROPPER!
• Transfers small volumes of liquids
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Stirring Rod with Rubber
Policeman
• Stirring Rod is used to stir mixtures
• Rubber Policeman is used like a
spatula, to scrape out residue
• I have no idea where a rubber
policeman gets its name!
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Erlenmeyer Flask
• All flasks have a wide base and a
narrow neck
• Erlenmeyer flasks are conical in shape
• Used to swirl mixtures easily while
avoiding spilling
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Florence Flask
• Again, wide at the base, narrow at the
neck
• Florence flasks are spherical in shape
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Graduated Cylinder
• Tall, narrow tube used to measure
volumes of a liquid
• NOTE: While beakers and flasks have
graduations on them as well, they are
NOT AS ACCURATE as graduated
cylinders - only use cylinders to
measure volume!!!
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Beaker Tongs
• Can “grab” beakers, especially when
hot, easily to move it from one place to
another (this is not on your equipment
list)
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Crucible Tongs
• A tool for smaller, finer work, a crucible
tongs is used to move hot crucibles (or
other objects)
• Note - tongs are NOT spelled with an
“h”!
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Bunsen Burner and Rubber
Tubing
• Bunsen Burner is a common source of
heat (flame) in the lab
• Rubber Tubing is a common means of
carrying a gas from one place to
another (for Bunsen burners, we will
carry natural gas or methane)
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Mortar and Pestle
• Used to crush or grind solids
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Rubber Stoppers
• Seals containers (flasks, test tubes)
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Triple Beam Balance
• Used to obtain the mass of objects (not
weigh them!)
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Pneumatic Trough
• Used to hold a water bath for various
reasons
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Forceps
• Used to pick up small objects
• NOT TWEEZERS!
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Scoopula
• Used to transfer solid objects
• My favorite word in the English
language!
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Condensor
• Used to change a gas to a liquid
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Ceramic Square
• Generally used like a “trivet” to place a
very hot object onto
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