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What are the 20 tools used in the lab?

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    Labware
    Beakers
    Bottles
    Brushes
    Burettes
    Carboys
    Centrifuge Tubes
    Chemistry Dishes
    Condensers
    Crimpers
    Decappers
    Distillation Apparatus
    Drying Dishes
    Evaporation Glassware
    Extraction Apparatus
    Filling Bells
    Flasks
    Fritted Discs
    Funnels
    Gas Washing Bottles
    Glass Beads
    Graduated Cylinders
    Gum Stability Bombs
    HDPE Stoppers
    Hollow Stoppers
    Jars
    Mortars & Pestles
    Picks And Probes
    Pipettes
    PTFE Key-hole Stoppers
    Sample Containers
    Scissors
    Stirring Devices
    Syringes
    Timers
    Tissue Culture Flask Racks
    Vials
    Weighing Dishes

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