What clothing cannot be worn during a lab using a Bunsen burner and chemicals.docx

What clothing cannot be worn during a lab using a Bunsen burner and chemicals.docx

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1. What clothing cannot be worn during a lab using a Bunsen burner and chemicals? 2. How should students dispose of chemicals? 3. What should you do if you cut yourself during a lab? 4. When should goggles be worn? 5. When heating a test tube, where should you point the open end? 6. What should you do if hydrochloric acid is splashed in your eye or on your hand? 7. At the end of a lab activity, what should the lab group do? 8. During a lab, what should be done with long hair and loose baggy sleeves? 9. What safety equipment do students need to be aware of in the classroom?
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