Safety Emporium for all your lab and safety needs
Safety Emporium for all your lab and safety needs

****Welcome to the Glassware Gallery!****

In the Glassware Gallery you will find drawings and descriptions of the glassware and equipment that you might encounter in a synthetic Inorganic (or Organic) laboratory. In most cases, you'll also find special instructions or tips on how to use the equipment.

Hint: Click on the audio icon for pronunciations etc.: .  

Current Gallery Displays

Ball Mills
Bubblers
Cannulas
Filters, Fritted
Flasks, Schlenk
Furnaces (tube and box)
Gas Regulators
Glassblowing
Glove Boxes
Heating Sources
Joints
Mortars and Pestles
Powder X-ray Diffraction
Rotary Evaporators
Schlenk lines and vacuum lines
Skull Melting
Stopcocks
Sublimators

Remember: Lab Safety should be your primary concern at all times.

Working With Mercury In The Laboratory

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Purification of Laboratory Chemicals
by Armarego, Chai & Chai
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Advanced Practical Inorganic and Metalorganic Chemistry
by R. J. Errington
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Synthesis and Technique in Inorganic Chemistry:
A Laboratory Manual

by Girolami, Rauchfuss & Angelici
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Prudent Practices in The Laboratory: Handling and Management of Chemical Hazards by National Research Council.

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This page was last updated Thursday, March 31, 2011.
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