Match the names and descriptions with the letters of the given sheet of pictures.
____Funnel – Used to transfer liquids into small mouthed containers
____Watchglass – Used as a cover to prevent heated materials from spattering out of the container. Also used as a holding plate for hot or flammable materials.
____Beaker – Used to hold liquids (not used for measuring volume, except for rough estimates)
____Forcepts – used carefully manipulate lab materials (without your fingers) like tweezers.
____Graduated Cylinder – Used for measuring the volume of liquids
____Goggles – Used to protect eyes
____Wash Bottle – Used to dispense H2O for rinsing and washing.
____Mortar and Pestle – Used to grind solids into a fine powder.
____Pasteur Pipettes – Used to dispense small amounts of liquids, dropwise
____Bunsen Burner – Used to produce a flame for heating materials
____Wire Gauze – Used as support over a ring stand for materials being heated
____Test tube Clamp – Used for grabbing hot test tubes
____Ring stand Clamp – Attached to a ring stand to hold items
____Lab Apron – Worn to protect user from splashes and spills
____Safety Shower – Safety item used in case of an emergency to rinse student
____Burette – Used for dispensing measured amounts of a liquid, dropwise
____Volumetric Flask – Used to create known concentrations of a solution of a certain volume
____Erlenmeyer Flask – Used to hold liquids, sloped sides allows for spill free mixing and easy decanting (not used for measuring volume, except for rough estimates)
____Test tubes – Used for holding, mixing, heating, small amounts of liquids
____Scoopula – Used to transfer dry solids, particularly from original container to scale
____Crucible Tongs – Used to move items that have been heated
____Crucible – Used for heating solids to extreme temperatures
____Ring Stand – Used to hold items above a flame for heating
____Thermometer – Used to measure temperature.
____Pipette – Used to transfer exact volumes of a liquid.