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Science Safety. Always wear safety goggles when you are working with chemicals or other substances that might get into your eyes. Always point a test tube away from you and others when heating it over a heat source. N ever reach across a flame.

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Always wear safety goggles when you are working with chemicals or other substances that might get into your eyes
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Always point a test tube away from you and others when heating it over a heat source.

  • Never reach across a flame
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Never Smell a Chemical Directly. Wave your hand over the opening of the container and “waft” the fumes toward your nose

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Do not eat or drink in the science lab.

  • Never taste a chemical unless you are instructed to do so
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Clean Up

  • Your work area should be kept clean at all the times.
  • Clean all the equipment before putting it
  • away.
  • Clean up before you leave the class.
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Read and follow directions.

  • If you do not understand ask for help.
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Containers

  • Never use broken or chipped glassware.
  • Keep lids on bottles or containers when not in use