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Science Lab Safety and Lab Equipment Quiz Review Quiz: Monday, September 19th
Test tube clamp • Used to pick up hot test tubes
Microscope slide • Used to hold specimen for viewing under microscope
Test tube brush • Used to clean test tubes
Test tube rack • Used to hold multiple test tubes
Cover slip • Used to cover specimen on microscope slide
Dissecting needle • Used for probing specimen during dissection
Graduated cylinder • Used for measuring volume
Dissecting pan • Used for holding specimen during dissection
Scalpel • Thin blade knife used for dissections
Petri dish • Small, shallow dish used for bacteria cultures
Forceps • Instrument used for grasping, holding, or moving small objects
Pipet • Device used for measuring and transferring small volumes of liquid
Test tube • Cylindrical-shaped glass tube used primarily in laboratories
Beaker • A wide mouth container used to hold liquids
Funnel • Hollow cone-shaped tool used for transferring liquids
Erlenmeyer flask • A cone shaped container used for holding liquids
True • All broken glass should be cleaned up with a dustpan and broom.
False • Only major accidents should be reported to the teacher.
False • You only need to use safety goggles when working with acids.
True • The proper way to smell a chemical is to carefully waft the vapors towards your nose.
False • If you are unsure about the identity of a chemical, it is okay to taste and smell it.
True • All test tubes need to be thoroughly cleaned with soap and water before re-using them.