List of items used in school chemistry lab
Educational Scientific Supplies Company is the leading manufactuerer of items commonly used in a school chemistry laboratory. Below is the list of items”
- Safety goggles: Protects the eyes from chemical splashes and potential hazards.
- Lab coat/apron: Provides protection for clothing from spills and splashes.
- Gloves: Protects the hands from chemicals and potential irritants.
- Test tubes: Small cylindrical glass containers used for holding and mixing small quantities of substances.
- Beakers: Cylindrical glass containers with a flat bottom and a pouring lip, used for holding and heating larger quantities of liquids.
- Graduated cylinders: Tall, narrow glass cylinders with calibrated markings used for measuring the volume of liquids.
- Bunsen burner: A gas burner used for heating substances or performing flame tests.
- Tripod stand and wire gauze: Used to support containers and provide a platform for heating.
- Crucible and crucible tongs: A small, heat-resistant container used for heating substances to high temperatures, along with tongs used for handling hot crucibles.
- Funnel: Used for pouring liquids or filtering mixtures.
- Pipettes: Used for transferring small volumes of liquids.
- Spatula and scoopula: Metal or plastic tools used for transferring solid substances.
- Test tube rack: Holds multiple test tubes in an organized manner.
- Mortar and pestle: Used for grinding and pulverizing solid substances.
- Thermometer: Measures temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
- pH paper/strips: Used to determine the acidity or alkalinity of a solution.
- Wash bottle: Contains distilled water for rinsing or cleaning equipment.
- Watch glass: A concave, circular piece of glass used as a cover or for evaporating small amounts of liquid.
- Petri dishes: Flat, shallow glass or plastic dishes used for culturing microorganisms or conducting small-scale reactions.
- Safety shower and eyewash station: Emergency equipment for rinsing off chemicals in case of accidents.
- Chemicals: Various substances used for experiments, such as acids, bases, salts, indicators, and reagents.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and the specific equipment and chemicals in a school chemistry lab may vary depending on the educational institution and the level of the laboratory. Always follow the safety guidelines and instructions provided by your teacher or instructor when working in a chemistry lab. If you can not find here what you are looking for we can arrange that item for you.