Sciencemadness Discussion Board

Glassware and supplies

copperastic - 20-3-2014 at 14:24

Hi, I might do a purchase of 120 dollars (plus shipping) on home science tools for
1 250ml distilling flask with sidearm $7
3 4.8mm vinyl tubing $4
1 Lab tool kit (spatula, testube clamp, test tube brush, scoopula etc) $11
1 filtering flask 250ml $11
1 set of 5 beakers $21
1 500ml flat bottom boiling flask $6
1 rubber stopper (very cheap)
2 30g of potassium chlorate $9
1 thermometer $3
1 clamp (universal 3 pronged) $15
2 30g of sodium bisulfate $8
1 glass 100ml graduated cylinder $6
1 ring stand $12

Also all of this is rounded (the price)
So do you guys think this is a good deal? Thanks.

Muffn Man - 20-3-2014 at 14:39

I would be willing to bet that Dr.Bob can provide you with most of that stuff cheaper. It would likely be very much worth your time to check with the good Doctor. He comes with glowing recommendations including myself as a very happy customer and possible repeat buyer...

He has a sticky thread, go to page 13 (link below) and find the spreadsheet "Glassware Inventory.xls" posted on 1-2-2014 at 19:29