Laboratory equipment refers to the various tools and equipment used by scientists working in a laboratory. Laboratory equipment is generally used to either perform an experiment or to take measurements and gather data.
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- 1 Laboratory Equipment List
- 1.1 Pipette
- 1.2 Test tube rack
- 1.3 Test tube
- 1.4 Erlenmeyer flask
- 1.5 Beaker
- 1.6 Bunsen burner
- 1.7 Alcohol burner
- 1.8 Syringe
- 1.9 Graduated cylinder
- 1.10 Dropper
- 1.11 Tongs
- 1.12 Tuning fork
- 1.13 Stethoscope
- 1.14 Thermometer
- 1.15 Friability tester
- 1.16 Pulley
- 1.17 Tape
- 1.18 Barometer
- 1.19 Indicator
- 1.20 Stopwatch
- 1.21 Speedometer
- 1.22 Protractor
- 1.23 Dry-cell battery
- 1.24 Magnet
- 1.25 Level
- 1.26 Balance scale
- 1.27 Magnifier
- 1.28 Chart
- 1.29 Microscope
- 1.30 Earth science
- 1.31 Dissecting set
- 1.32 Telescope
- 2 Laboratory Equipment Vocabulary | Picture
Laboratory Equipment List
– These pipettes are capable of being very precise and accurate.
Test tube rack
– There is a test tube rack on the table.
– The solution in the test tube is boiling away.
– The test is conducted in an erlenmeyer flask.
– I have a beaker full of water, salt, and iron.
– I need to light bunsen burner.
– An alcohol burner is a piece of laboratory equipment used to produce an open flame.
– She held up a syringe filled with a clear solution.
– You will need a graduated cylinder for measuring liquids.
– He emptied the dropper into my jar.
– She used tongs to put some more coal on the fire.
– People would concentrate for hours on the pitch of a tuning fork.
– He invented a new type of stethoscope.
– I don’t have a thermometer.
– Friability tester is a laboratory technique used by the pharmaceutical industry to test the durability of tablets during transit.
– The strap is usually of iron, and the pulley of hard wood.
– I used tape to tie up the box.
– The barometer is falling.
– The car has an overhead console with a compass and outside temperature indicator.
– I clicked my stopwatch at the start line it began to rain.
– The speedometer is faulty.
– Use your protractor to construct an equilateral triangle.
– This first model had a wipe spark ignition and dry-cell battery.
– Iron is attracted to a magnet.
– My brother used a level.
– His teacher has a balance scale.
– I peer through the magnifier at the still struggling insect.
– The chart shows our performance over the past year.
– You can see it with a microscope.
– He’s already got a credit in earth science.
– I need a dissecting set.
– She set up her telescope on the balcony.