If you use the Flinn Catalog/Reference Manual as a resource, then you'll love this illustrated laboratory handbook. This guide includes tips for performing common laboratory procedures, just like you see in the “How To” boxes in the Flinn catalog. More than 35 reproducible diagrams illustrating proper lab technique along with easy-to-follow explanations of the procedures are provided. Simple diagrams of more than 40 pieces of lab equipment make it easy to teach your students the names and uses of lab ware. Other techniques described in the book include: keeping a laboratory notebook, using a Bunsen burner, weighing, filtering, decanting, using graduated cylinders, pipets, and burets, graphing, calculating error, and using significant figures. This inexpensive book is an absolute must for any teacher of laboratory chemistry! Illustrations, appendices and index. 3rd edition, 2007, 120 pages, 8½" x 11", soft cover.
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