List of Common Laboratory Apparatus

List of Common Laboratory Apparatus.

  •           Beaker – it can be used as a container which can also be heated
  • ·         Erlenmeyer Flask – it may be heated
  • ·         Florence Flask – it may be heated
  • ·         Volumetric Flask – can be used for preparation of solution
  • ·         Graduated Cylinder – it can be used to measure volume
  • ·         Wide-mouth Bottle – can be used as a container
  • ·         Test Tube – it may be used for heating
  • ·         Gas Measuring Tube – used for collecting and measuring the volume of gases
  • ·         Test Tube Holder – can be used to hold a test tube
  • ·         Tongs – can be used to pick up and hold apparatus
  • ·         Double Burette Clamp – can be used to hold a burette while titrating
  • ·         Wire Gauze – used to spread the heat of a flame
  • ·         Burette Clamp – Test Tube Clamp – can be used to hold apparatus
  • ·         Iron Ring – supports an apparatus
  • ·         Stirring Rod – can be used to stir solutions
  • ·         Medicine Dropper – can be used to transfer small amount of liquid
  • ·         Test Tube Brush – used to clean or scrub glass apparatus
  • ·         Forceps – can be used to pick up or hold small objects
  • ·         Funnel – used for pouring solutions
  • ·         Mortar and Pestle – used to grind chemicals into powder
  • ·         Evaporating Dish – can be used as a container for small amount of liquid to be evaporated
  • ·         Spatula – used to transfer solid chemicals
  • ·         Test Tube Rack – used to hold test tubes in upright position
  • ·         Laboratory Burner – used to heat chemicals in test tubes
  • ·         Burette – used to withdraw and measure volumes of solutions in titrations
  • ·         Rubber Connector – used to connect parts of apparatus
  • ·         Watch Glass – used to evaporate small amounts of liquid
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  1. redmail99 Says...

    On July 15, 2011 at 9:35 am

    interesting…


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