A laboratory desiccator is a pot that is used to absorb water vapors from chemical reagents that are hygroscopic, which are reagents that absorb water. This allows for the accurate measurement of the chemicals before any... More »

Some important apparatus found in a chemistry laboratory are beakers, Bunsen burners, Erlenmeyer flasks, test tubes, funnels, thermometers, clamps and water bottles. These items can be essential for performing many chemi... More »

Typically used during an incubation in microbiological laboratory work, a water bath keeps water at a consistent temperature. A water bath can also be used to enable a chemical reaction to occur once the water reaches a ... More »

Crucible tongs are tools that can be used in either a laboratory setting or an industrial setting. In both cases, the tongs are used to safely move a piece of equipment called a crucible that contains potentially dangero... More »

Volumetric glassware laboratory measuring devices, such as burettes, which are also called burets, are manufactured to Class A and Class B measurement standards. The accuracy of a burette manufactured to Class A standard... More »

A laboratory tripod is a piece of three-legged equipment commonly used to conduct experiments in laboratories. It is used as a platform to hold and support glassware, such as beakers and flasks, during experiments and wh... More »

Glass funnels are pipes with a wide mouth and smaller end that are typically used in laboratory settings. Common sizes are 40 millimeters to 100 millimeters, with varying lengths. More »