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Laboratory Equipment

Laboratory Equipment
Written by Rakesh Kumar

Laboratory Equipment


Laboratory Equipment: – In this section we will read about Laboratory Equipment in English and what are the examples of Laboratory Equipment in English, we will read in detail about all these.


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If you are at school it is likely that you will be required to work in the laboratory from time to time, or maybe your job in set in this type of environment and you will be working with native English speakers.


Lames of laboratory equipment:-

If this is the case for you, it is important that you are able to refer to the various pieces of lab equipment. This will help you greatly in your day to day life.


Laboratory equipment refers to the various tools and equipment used by scientists working in a laboratory.


Laboratory equipment suppliers

Lab Equipment List:-


No.-2.Test tube rack

No.-3.Test tube

No.-4.Erlenmeyer flask


No.-6.Bunsen burner

No.-7.Alcohol burner


No.-9.Graduated cylinder



No.-12.Tuning fork



No.-15.Friability tester









Laboratory equipment uses:-    

No.-13.Dry-cell battery



No.-16.Balance scale




No.-20.Earth science

No.-21.Dissecting set



Learn these equipment names to improve and enhance your vocabulary in English.


No.-1.Pipette: – These pipettes are capable of being very precise and accurate.


No.-2.Test tube rack: – There is a test tube rack on the table.


No.-3.Test tube: – The solution in the test tube is boiling away.


No.-4.Erlenmeyer flask: – The test is conducted in an erlenmeyer flask.


No.-5.Beaker: – I have a beaker full of water, salt, and iron.


No.-6.Bunsen burner: – I need to light bunsen burner.


No.-7.Alcohol burner: – An alcohol burner is a piece of laboratory equipment used to produce an open flame.


No.-8.Syringe: – She held up a syringe filled with a clear solution.


No.-9.Graduated cylinder: – You will need a graduated cylinder for measuring liquids.


No.-10.Dropper: – He emptied the dropper into my jar.


No.-11.Tongs: – She used tongs to put some more coal on the fire.


No.-12.Tuning fork: – People would concentrate for hours on the pitch of a tuning fork.


No.-13.Stethoscope: – He invented a new type of stethoscope.


No.-14.Thermometer: – I don’t have a thermometer.


No.-15.Friability tester: – Friability tester is a laboratory technique used by the pharmaceutical industry to test the durability of tablets during transit.


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No.-16.Pulley: – The strap is usually of iron, and the pulley of hard wood.


No.-17.Tape: – I used tape to tie up the box.


No.-18.Barometer: – The barometer is falling.


No.-19.Indicator: – The car has an overhead console with a compass and outside temperature indicator.


No.-20.Stopwatch: – I clicked my stopwatch at the start line it began to rain.


No.-21.Speedometer: – The speedometer is faulty.


No.-22.Protractor: – Use your protractor to construct an equilateral triangle.


No.-23.Dry-cell battery: – This first model had a wipe spark ignition and dry-cell battery.


No.-24.Magnet: – Iron is attracted to a magnet.


No.-25.Level: – My brother used a level.


No.-26.Balance scale: – His teacher has a balance scale.


No.-27.Magnifier: – I peer through the magnifier at the still struggling insect.


No.-28.Chart: – The chart shows our performance over the past year.


No.-29.Microscope: – You can see it with a microscope.


No.-30.Earth science: – He’s already got a credit in earth science.


No.-31.Dissecting set: – I need a dissecting set.


No.-32.Telescope: – She set up her telescope on the balcony.










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