In the box underneath each diagram, neatly print the name of the equipment and a brief description of what it could be used for.
Match the number of the name with the correct piece of equipment
Test tube rack
Which piece of equipment would you use
to wash out bottles?
transfer large volumes of liquid?
hold a range of test tubes?
to heat objects?
To transfer very small amounts of liquids?
Describe how you would set up equipment to heat 150ml of water.
Cut out the images in the box at the bottom of the page to construct the equipment set ups described in the boxes below.
Gently heating a test tube over a Bunsen burner
Safely transferring a beaker of liquid into a flask
Cut out the pieces of equipment above and glue them into the box above. Note: You may not need all the equipment pieces
Complete the Scientific method by filling in the space with the correct name of the piece equipment that is holding its place.
A metal plus acid reaction.
Gently heat 150ml of water in a ____________________ over a
_______________________ _____________________ on a
Place one piece of magnesium into a _________________ _____________________.
Using a ______________________ _______________________ add 15 drops of hydrochloric acid to the ______________ ___________________ and place in the
____________________ of water.
Observe the reaction, timing how long it takes the bubble to stop.
Once the reaction has finished clean the ______________ ___________________ using a
___________________ __________________________. Being careful not to spill any chemicals on your hands.
Write a full list of the equipment you would need to complete this chemical reaction
Draw diagrams of the equipment shown below in the boxes given. When you draw scientifically it is important to remember:
Use a pencil
Use a ruler
Make your drawing fill up at least half the page
Draw objects as 2D, no shading
Label your diagram giving each piece of equipment its correct name