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Laboratory equimpent for heating substances ?

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Default Laboratory equimpent for heating substances ?



Hello friends,

I am very much interested to know that What laboratory equipment should I use for heating substances ?

Any help would be highly appreciated here.

Thanks a lot
Levitsky hawlk
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Default Re: Laboratory equimpent for heating substances ?

first of all it would be nice to know which substances you want to heat up? otherwise nobody can help you
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Default Re: Laboratory equimpent for heating substances ?

Hello,

1. Test tube For containing or heating small amount of substance.
2. Boiling tube For containing and heating small amount o substance.
3. Beaker For containing chemicals or collecting liquids.
4. Conical flask For containing chemicals and collecting liquids.
5. Round bottomed flask For preparation of gases if the process requires heating.
6. Flat bottomed flask For containing chemicals when preparing gases if the process requires no heating.

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Harry Potterish
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