Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Lap equipment

Lab equipment


 Function - for pouring liquid or other substance through a small opening

Evaporating dish

Function - evaporate excess solvents (most commonly water) to produce a concentrated solution or a solid precipitate of the dissolved substance.


Function - for holding small amount or in certain amount of materials

Specimen cup

Function - Small well-packed container for containing small amount of something such as addictive drugs, common drugs, genetic things such as saliva. The most common in our real life is for containing urine for health check.

Heat Shield

Function - to shield a substance from absorbing excessive heat from an outside source by either dissipating, reflecting or simply absorbing the heat.


Function - for supporting function of heat shield to make it better

Stirring rod 

Function - for mixing chemicals and liquids for laboratory purposes

 Test tube

Function - open tube used to hold, mixed, heated small amount of liquid


Function - a container for stirring, mixing, and heating liquids

 Watch Glass

Function - for holding solids while being weighed, or as a cover for a beaker

 Clip or Clothespin

Function - for fastener used to hang up something for drying, usually clothes

Pipette / Eye dropper

Function -  for transfering small quantities of liquids

 Erlenmeyer flask 

Function - used to hold liquids, has narrow neck to prevent splashes

 Graduated Cylinder

Function - for measures liquid volumes accurately

O wire

Function - for test the electron configuration in flame test

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Addition math
I enjoyed doing 120-degree angle the most because it is challenging to me. The hardest construction is rectangle because construct the rectangle have so many processes to do. My favourite way to remember is to know the use of compass such as where an arc meets an arc it is the half.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Addition math

I think that percent is a bit easy because every number included to 100 even though it is easy but it is useful in our own life. Decimal is a bit harder than percent because it can be every number. It makes me think and participate in it. And I think that word problem is the hardest than everything because we need to read what is the question ask. We need to understand the question so we can do it. These are all of my thought about percents, decimals, and word problems.