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Old 10-29-2011, 10:54 AM
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Hello Friends,

I need some lab supplies for a science experiment in an elementary class. Does anyone know of any good websites to purchase these lab supplies for my science experiment in an elementary class? Where should I look?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks and Regards.
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:11 AM
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Default Re: Where can I find lab supplies??

you can go to the internet.
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Default Re: Where can I find lab supplies??

Are you a teacher looking for enough supplies for a class? If so, you may be able to approach some of the suppliers who supply labs and universities (ThermoFisher, VWR, etc). If this is for a science-fair project, small group, etc, it may be a bit harder. Edmund scientific ([Only registered users see links. ]) provides a lot of home-science supplies, but are also limited in what they carry (especially on the chemicals side of things), and are relatively pricey. You may also be able to find stuff locally; especially if you're in a larger city. Try the yellowpages (or internet) under "science supplies", "laboratory supplies" or "chemicals".

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Hi guys, i know you will feel difficult in finding the lab for laboratory supplies.
I came across a site named as khlabs.com. I hope you would find this site very helpful.
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