Science 8th Grade - Lab Safety, Lab Equipment, and Graduated Cylinders

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True or false, you should read all directions given and get permission from the teacher to start experiments.

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True or false, you should read all directions given and get permission from the teacher to start experiments.

True

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True or false, you do not have to tie your hair hack if you have long hair, or secure loose clothing. Wearing open toed shoes are allowed.

False

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True or false, you should always use the appropriate lab safety equipment such as goggles, gloves, and a lab apron.

True

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True or false, you should always report an accident to a teacher, no matter how small you might think it is.

True

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True or false, it is okay to use cracked or broken glassware. The teacher should NEVER clean up broken glass, you should get a dustpan and broom and clean it up youself.

False

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True or false, never smell directly into a beaker or flask, always waft.

True

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True or false, you may taste things in the science lab. You are allowed to eat or drink at the science lab tables.

False

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True or false, you should always clean glassware with soap and water when finished. If the glassware is dirty, clean it before using it.

True

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True or false, you should never read the directions given to you. You can start experiments whenever you'd like.

False

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True or false, you should always tie your hair back if it's long and secure loos clothing at all times. You should not wear footwear that exposes your toes.

True

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True or false, you should never wear lab equipment.

False

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True or false, it is never okay to report accidents. Fix them yourself.

False

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True or false, never use cracked or broken glassware. The teacher always cleans up broken glass with a dustpan and broom.

True

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True or false, it's okay to smell directly into a beaker or flask.

False

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True or false, never taste anything in the science lab. Never eat or drink anything at the science lab tables.

True

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True or false, you do not have to clean glassware with soap and water when you're finished, leave them there for the next person to clean. If the glassware is dirty, it should be fine for use.

False

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Test Tube Rack

This holds multiple test tubes at one time.

<p>This holds multiple test tubes at one time.</p>
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Scalpel

A thin-blade knife used for dissections.

<p>A thin-blade knife used for dissections.</p>
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Test Tube Brush

Used to clean test tubes.

<p>Used to clean test tubes.</p>
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Beaker

A wide-mouth container that is used to hold liquids, is good for estimating volume.

<p>A wide-mouth container that is used to hold liquids, is good for estimating volume.</p>
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Pipette

A device used for measuring and transferring small volumes of liquid.

<p>A device used for measuring and transferring small volumes of liquid.</p>
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Forceps

A tool used for grasping, holding, or moving small objects.

<p>A tool used for grasping, holding, or moving small objects.</p>
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Petri Dish

A small, shallow dish used for growing bacteria cultures.

<p>A small, shallow dish used for growing bacteria cultures.</p>
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Erlenmeyer Flask

A cone-shaped container that is used for holding and mixing liquids.

<p>A cone-shaped container that is used for holding and mixing liquids.</p>
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Dissecting Pan

A container that is used to hold the entirety of a specimen during a dissection.

<p>A container that is used to hold the entirety of a specimen during a dissection.</p>
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Graduated Cylinder

A cylindrical device used for precisely measuring volumes of liquid.

<p>A cylindrical device used for precisely measuring volumes of liquid.</p>
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Dissecting Needle

An instrument used for probing a specimen during a dissection.

<p>An instrument used for probing a specimen during a dissection.</p>
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Cover Glass

Used to cover a specimen on a microscope slide.

<p>Used to cover a specimen on a microscope slide.</p>
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Microscope Slide

Used to hold a specimen for viewing under a microscope, it is usually made out of glass.

<p>Used to hold a specimen for viewing under a microscope, it is usually made out of glass.</p>
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Test Tube Clamp

An instrument used to pick up hot test tubes.

<p>An instrument used to pick up hot test tubes.</p>
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Test Tube

A thin, glass tube that is used to hold various substances in a lab. It is usually a cylindrical shape.

<p>A thin, glass tube that is used to hold various substances in a lab. It is usually a cylindrical shape.</p>
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Funnel

Used for transferring liquids to a smaller container, it is cone-shaped.

<p>Used for transferring liquids to a smaller container, it is cone-shaped.</p>
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