Tuesday, June 12, 2007

science: lab equipment and functions


mortar and pestle: for grinding and mixing






weighing scale: to meassure mass







spring scale: meassures weight






funnel: to guide liquid or powder







stirring rod: stirring and transferring liquids










erlenmayer flask: for titration [knowing the pH]









graduated cylinder: meassuring volume









florence flask: for mixing and distilation







volumentric flask: for storage, meassure volume, container and dilution









beaker: for heating








wire gauz: regulate heat and support for equipments to be heated




iron clamp: holds testube or thermometer
iron ring: support anything to be heated
iron stand: to hold iron ring











alcohol lamp: for fire [the cover to put out the fire]








burets: meassure pH [rubber] base [glass] acid (titration), transfer liquid, meassure liquid





aspirator

pipette: meassure volume in smaller amounts [partner ng aspirator]







evaporating dish: for evaporating





pettri dish: observe







watch glass: help to observe







crucible tongs: to hold things that will be heated or that has extreme heat





boyle's law apparatus: demonstrate boyle's law




tripod









reagent bottle: storage









test tube: heating small amounts of liquid







test tube holder: hold heated test tubes





test tube rack: to put test tube




condenser: for condensation (duh?! the name)

water bath: steaming and indirect heating

1 comment:

Erica Therese said...

hey hey tara! printed out this post(: thanks├╝ keep it up! hehe