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could you please help me find a site that shows different types of science beakers with its name and a picture of the beaker? ur help is appreciated:)

asked by beccaa
  1. http://www.pelletlab.com/laboatory_glassware?gclid=CPHU6vLC8pwCFQi_sgodqE78iw

    http://www.labdepotinc.com/c-21-laboratory-glassware.php

    http://www.homeschoolingsupply.com/united-scientific/science-equipment-f-glskit1.htm

    posted by DrBob222
  2. thank u:) i couldn't find the right beaker i wanted though. could u please help me find one that has a spout in the middle of the cup on the right side and points down? i cant seem to find that type of beaker anywhere and i need to know what its called for a test tomorrow. thanks for ur help once again:)

    posted by beccaa
  3. thank u:) i couldn't find the right beaker i wanted though. could u please help me find one that has a spout in the middle of the cup on the right side and points down? i cant seem to find that type of beaker anywhere and i need to know what its called for a test tomorrow. thanks for ur help once again:)

    posted by beccaa

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