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Technical Sheets

Cutting Glass Tubing/Rods
Fire Polishing Glass Tubing/Rods
Bending Glass Tubing
Inserting Glass Tubing/Rods in a Stopper
Using a Dropping Pipette (or Eyedropper)
Transferring Liquids Using a Calibrated Pipette
Using a Graduated Cylinder
Transferring Weighed Solids
Filtering Solid/Liquid Mixtures
Testing Odor
Decanting a Liquid
Shaking a Test Tube
How to Read a Thermometer
Using a Laboratory Burner
Using the Balance
Using the Metric Ruler
Using the English Ruler
Using a Protractor to Measure an Angle
Using a Burette
Using an Evaporating Dish
Using a Watch Glass for Evaporation
Using a Crucible
Using a Volumetric Flask
Collecting a Gas Using Water Displacement
Generating a Gas from a Test Tube
Generating a Gas Using a Thistle Tube
How to Determine the Volume of an Irregularly-Shaped Solid
Distilling Liquids
Mixing Acid and Water
Graphing Experimental Data
Testing for Starch Using Iodine
Testing for Sugar Using Benedict's Solution
Testing for Protein Using the Biuret Test
How to Extract Pigment from Leaves
Using an Ammeter
Using a Voltmeter
How to Construct a Topographic Profile
How to Draw Contour Lines
Raising and Caring for Daphnia
How to View Stereo Photographs
Making a Conductivity Tester for Solids
How to Construct a Line Graph
How to Construct an Electroscope
Seeing Through a Microscope---Visual Orientation
How to Remove Excesss Stains from a Slide
How to Construct a Human Pedagree Chart
How to Construct a Bar Graph
How to Read an Aneroid Barometer
How does an Electron Microscope Operate?
How to Determine the Boiling Point
How to Determine the Melting or Freezing Point

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