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38 Cards in this Set

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glass, common size: 50, 100, 250, 400 ml, used for substances, can be heated
Beaker tongs
used to hold hot beakers
glass, used to dispense measured volumes of solutions in titrations
Ceramic or fiber squares
used under hot apparatud or glassware
the following clamps may be fastened to ringstand to support apparatus: buret/test tube clamp, clamp holder/right angle clamp, double buret clamp, 3-prong jaw clamp
clay triangle
wire frame with procelain supports, used to support a crucible
crucible and cover
porcelain, used to heat small amounts of sloid substances at high tempertaures
crucible tongs
used to pick up and hold small items
eye dropper/dropper pipet
used to transfer small amounts of liquid
erlenmeyer flask
glass, common sizes: 100, 250 ml, may be heated, used in titration
evaporating dish
porcelain, used to contain small volumes of liquids being evaporated
Florence flask
glass, common sizes: 125, 250, 500 ml, may be heated, used for making and storing solutions
used to hold and pick up small objects
holds filter paper, used to filter solids form liquids
gas burner
connected to gas supply with rubber tubing; used to heat chemicals in beakers, test tubes, and crucibles
graduated cylinder
glass, common sizes: 10, 50, 100 ml, used to measure volumes of liquids, must not be heated
hot plate
used to heat substances
used to contain and dispense small amounts of liquids for micro-reactions
mortal and pestle
porcelain, may be used to grind crystals and lumpy chemicals
pneumatic trough
galvanized conatainer with shelf used in experiments where gas is collected
metal rod fixed upright in a heave metal base, used as a support
rubber stoppers
used to stop test tubes and flasks
rubber tubing
used to connect apparatus so as to transfer liquids or gases
safety goggles
must be worn at all times while working in the lab
used to ignite burner
spatula, scoopula
used to transfer solid chemicals, the scoopula has a larger capacity
test tube brush
used to scrub small diameter glassware
test tube holder
spring metal used to hold test tube or glass tubing
test tube rack
wood or plastic, holds test tubes in an upright position
test tube
common sizes: small (13 mm x 100 mm), medium (20 mm x 150 mm), large (25 mm x 200 mm), may be heated
mercury in glass, common range -10ºC to 110ºC
Triangular file
used to scratch glass tubing prior to breaking at desired length
wash bottle
hold up right, squeeze sides to dispense water
watch glass
used to cover an evaporation dish or beaker
well plate
used to perform micro-reactions
wide mouth gas collecting bottle
used with the pneumatic trough to collect gas
wire guaze
used to spread the heat of a burner flame
i mean you just get more into it than usual
not to be a jerk or anything