Monoblock Study Body
Beakers are simple cylindrical shaped containers used to hold reagents or samples.
Flasks are narrow-necked glass containers, typically conical or spherical, used in a laboratory to hold reagents or samples.
Bottles are containers with narrow openings generally used to store reagents or samples. Small bottles are called vials.
Jars are cylindrical containers with wide openings that may be sealed. Bell jars are used to contain vacuums.
Watch glasses are shallow glass dishes used as an evaporating surface or to cover a beaker.
Graduated cylinders are cylindrical containers used for volumetric measurements.
Stirring rods are used to mix chemicals.
Burettes are used to disperse precise amounts of liquid reagents.
Condensers are used to cool hot liquids or vapors.
Funnels are used to get materials through a narrow opening.
Desiccators of glass construction are used to dry materials or keep material dry.
Glass tubes are cylindrical pieces of glassware used to hold or transport materials.
Glass retorts are used for distillation.
Glass pipettes are used to transport precise quantities of fluids.
Test tubes are used by chemists to hold, mix, or heat small quantities of solid or liquid chemicals, especially for qualitative experiments and assays
Glass petri dishes are used to culture living cells.
Drying pistols are used to free samples from traces of water, or other impurities.
Glass evaporating dishes are used to evaporate materials.
Microscope slides are thin strips used to hold items under a microscope.