Common laboratory apparatus in chemistry?

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Beaker :
Beaker is a reservoir Dish where we can keep our Chemicals in liquid states so that these beaker can be used to test Different Salts .Basically the beaker is a reservoir of different Salts in liquid state
Test Tube : Test tubes can be used to Test Small Amount of Salts(Solutions/Reactants) so that they could not harm other salts and very small amount can be used to test these salts
Alcohol lamp: These lamps are used to heat the liquid solutions to get the head reaction results
Tripod: Word Generally Used to Refer to a three-legged object.
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Some example laboratory apparatus?

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