EXPLORING THE LAB Purpose : to help you become familiar with the chemistry lab and it contents Procedure: Station AMatch each description with the appropriate piece of hardware. Please sketch and label a picture of what the item looks like in your lab notebook. Sketches should be at least 5 cm by 5 cm (2 in. by 2 in.). Bunsen burner Iron ring Test tube rack Wash bottle Brush Ring stand Test tube tongs Beaker tongs Scoopula Triangle Crucible tongs Test tube clamp Wire gauze 1. Used to hold hot beakers; may not be used in a flame. 2. Used to spread the heat of a flame 3. Used to hold & heat a test tube for short periods of time 4. Used to heat a test tube for long periods of time 5. Used to hold several test tubes at one time in an upright position 6. Used to dispense water 7. Used to heat 8. A support with many uses 9. Used to hold a crucible or funnel 10. Fastens to the ring stand and supports a wire gauze or triangle 11. Used to clean glassware 12. Used to hold and pick up an extremely hot apparatus 13. Used to transfer solid chemical like a spoon Station BMatch each description with the appropriate piece of glassware. Please sketch and label a picture of what the item looks like in your lab notebook. Sketches should be at least 5 cm by 5 cm (2 in. by 2 in.). Beaker Funnel Test Tube Mortar & Pestle Graduated Cylinder Stirring Rod Watch Glass Crucible & Cover Erlenmeyer Flask Eye Dropper Evaporating Dish 1. Used for performing large reactions in and heating liquids 2. Used for performing acid-base titration reactions 3. Used for pouring and stirring 4. Used for filtering 5. Used for transferring small amounts of liquid but does not accurately measure 6. Used for performing small reaction and heating liquids gently 7. Used for measuring liquid or solution volumes 8. Used for performing very small reactions and covering beakers 9. Used to heat small volumes of liquid being evaporated 10. Used to heat small amounts of solids at extremely high temperatures 11. Used to grind crystals and lumpy chemicals to a powder 106759330 Station CList the 10 things wrong with Messy Marvin’s lab station. Station DRedraw/trace the diagram of the lab in your lab book and place the letter of each safety item listed below in its correct location. To chem. stock room A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. Eyewash station Fire blanket Fire extinguishers (2) Sand for spill control Exhaust hoods (2) Shower Phone First aid kit Glass disposal MSDS binders Fire Alarm (not in room, list the location in the nearest alarm box below) Hall H K. Hall Station EUsing the material safety data sheets (MSDS), answer the questions in complete sentences. A. If copper II chloride is ingested, what steps should be taken? B. What appearance and odor would potassium metal have? C. What is the boiling point of ethyl alcohol? D. Based on this data, what state is ethyl alcohol in at room temperature? E. What are the effects of an overexposure to the skin from silver nitrate? Station FConsider the questions below. In complete sentences, develop some reasonable answers. A. Your lab partner gets acid in his or her eyes. What should you do? B. What should you do if you severely cut yourself with a piece of broken glass? C. What should you do if your hair catches on fire? D. If you notice smoke or chemical fumes in the laboratory, what should you do? E. You accidentally get a chemical in your mouth. What would you do? Conclusion: 106759330 What are two things you learned in this lab?