Test tubes are used by chemists in the lab to heat, hold and mix small quantities of liquid or solid chemicals during experiments. They have a round bottom and are made of borosilicate glass to withstand temperature chan... More »

For a basic metabolic panel, a red- or green-top tube should be filled with at least 2.5 to 2.8 milliliters of blood. Most institutions have policies regarding these lab tests that should be followed carefully. More »

A test tube holder's purpose is for holding test tubes in place, but they can also be useful for holding pipettes and stirring rods as well, and a test tube rack holds multiple test tubes in place. Some test tube racks c... More »

The function of a test tube is to hold, mix or heat small quantities of liquid or solid chemicals for assays and qualitative experiments. Test tubes also serve as temporary storage for chemicals to be used in chemical ex... More »

The test tube rack is an apparatus used in a laboratory to hold and transport test tubes during experiments or while examining cultures. They can also accommodate other lab tools, such as stirring rods and pipettes. Test... More »

Common pieces of chemistry lab equipment include Bunsen burners, test tubes, dropper pipets, flasks, funnels, forceps, graduated cylinders and safety equipment. Your list of chemistry lab equipment depends on what kind o... More »

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Tripod lab equipment, which consists of a laboratory tripod, is a three-legged piece of equipment used as a platform to hold materials, such as beakers and flasks, during experiments. The height of the tripod can be adju... More »