Is a common piece of laboratory glassware consisting of a finger-like length of glass or clear plastic tubing, open at the top, usually with a rounded u-shaped bottom. Test Tube Rack – A test tube rack is a gadget used in the laboratory for holding test tubes. It is made of a base that has a platform which is mounted on the base and it can hold a maximum of six test tubes. Test Tube Brush – A test tube brush is a brush to clean test tubes.
A long slender brush with nylon bristles. The bristles encircle the brush on all sides. Care needs to be taken or you can break the bottom out oaf the test tube you are trying to clean. Transferring millimeter volumes of liquid, from less than 1 ml to up to 50 ml. Pasteur Pipette – Pasteur pipettes, also known as droppers or eye droppers, are used to transfer small quantities of liquids. They are usually glass tubes tapered to a narrow point, and fitted with a rubber bulb at the top. The combination of the Pasteur pipette and rubber bulb has also been referred to as a teat pipette.
Water Through -A watering trough (or artificial watering point) is a receptacle intended to provide drinking water to animals. They are typically intended for livestock on farms or ranches, but may also be used by wild animals, either intentionally or consequentially. Electric Stove – An electric stove or electric range is a stove that converts electrical energy into heat to cook and bake. Suspended by a low-friction support at its center, with identical weighing pans hung at either end, one of which holds an unknown weight while the effective weight in the there is increased by known amounts until the beam is level and motionless.
Bunsen – A Bunsen burner, named after Robert Bunsen, is a common piece of laboratory equipment that produces a single open gas flame, which is used for heating, sterilization, and combustion. The gas can be natural gas (which is mainly methane) or a liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane, butane, or a mixture of both. Alcohol Lamp – An alcohol lamp is simply a substitute for a candle, and is used similarly to a candle or an oil lamp. Known as a Petri plate or cell-culture dish)
Glass Slide – A microscope slide is a thin flat piece of glass, typically 75 by 25 mm and about 1 mm thick, used to hold objects for examination under a microscope. Cover Slip – A cover slip, coveralls or cover glass is a thin flat piece of transparent material, usually square or rectangular. Concave Glass Slide – Single concave glass slides are ideal for studying live micro organisms because of a single depression well in the middle of the slide. The dip is . 5 mm to . 8 mm deep which is perfect for viewing liquids like pond water.