Used glassware flasks test tubes bottles and beakers

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• Used Glassware (Flasks, Test Tubes, Bottles, and Beakers) are placed in the rectangular Stainless Steel Bus Pan for sterilization. - All Test Tube and Bottle Caps should be removed and placed in the Stainless Steel Basket inside the Bus Pan. The Individual who removes used Tableware from a Restaurant Table almost always brings a large, deep, Leak-Proof Pan so the Dishes and Food can be removed as rapidly as possible. The Pan is frequently placed on a rolling Cart (which used to be called a “Bus”). The Job of removing used Tableware came to be called “Bussing” and the Person doing the Bussing came to be called the “Bus Boy” (now frequently called the “Bus Person”). The large, Leak-Proof Pan came to be called a “Bus Pan”. As always in MIC 101, there is no Additional Tuition Charge for this Information. • Used Slides, Cover Slips, Microtiter Pipette Tips, Swabs or Toothpicks go into the Stainless Steel Pitcher. - Used Slides and Cover Slips can be temporarily placed in the Glass Dissecting Dish on your Bench. When you are done for the Day, place all of your Used Slides and Cover Slips in the Stainless Steel Pitcher. • Used Serological Pipettes should be placed in the Plastic Bus Pan - Please be sure the Pipette is back inside its Wrapper • Broken Glass should go into the Stainless Steel Pitcher for subsequent autoclaving and disposal. Please do not ever pick-up any broken Glass. Other Stuff • Please do not pour anything except Water into the Sinks. • Please do not rinse Glassware. • Please remove all Tape, Caps and Foil and place the Glassware in the proper Receptacle. (Tape and Foil can be thrown away in the Trash Can.) • Please wash your Hands and swab down your Bench Top with Bacdown at the Beginning of Lab and at the End of Lab.
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Introduction to MIC 101 Page 9 Stuff on the Lab Bench Check that you can find all of the Following on the Lab Bench Top. If anything is missing, please inform your TA or me immediately and it will be replaced. • Small Plastic Beaker for used Microtiter Pipette Tips • Glass Dissecting Dish for used Slides and Cover Slips. • Plastic Squirt Bottle of Bacdown (U-Refill-M) • Plastic Squirt Bottle of Distilled Water (U-Refill-M-2) • Bunsen Burner • Inoculating Loop Stuff in the MIC 101 Lab Bench Drawer Check that you can find all of the Following in the Lab Drawer. If anything is missing, please inform your TA, your Tutor or me immediately and it will be cheerfully replaced. You ʼ ll be using-up some of these Goodies and they ʼ ll have to be replaced on a Regular Basis. Just ask! Drawers are used by Students in other Sections. • Microscope Slides • Microscope Slide Cover Slips • Flint Lighter (“Striker”) • Microscope Lens Paper • Bibulous Paper [L= slurps-up] (Blotting Paper) • Sharpie™ • Forceps • Clothespin MIC 101 Lab Bench Top Sinks Please do not use the Water Faucets on your Bench Top Sink. These Sinks are used for rinsing Stains so turning on the Water will splash Water and Stain all over you, your Lab Partner and your Bench Top.
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