Use water and paper towels to clean up the spill; place the broken test tube in the disposal container specified by the teacher for sharp objects.
Throw the glass into the nearest trash bin and let the spill air-dry.
Quickly dispose of the glass, wipe up the spill with the nearest cloth, and hope nobody notices.
Caution your lab partners to avoid the area while you inform the teacher of the small accident.
True. You can never be too safe.
False. You should wear goggles only when working with chemicals or heat.
True. You don't want to fall behind everyone else.
False. You should always read the directions before you start a lab.
Do not heat closed containers.
Point the mouth of the container away from yourself and classmates.
Always use clamps to hold the container.
All of the above
That you are open to new ideas.
That you have good and unique ideas.
That you don't believe everything you hear.
That you think things through.
A great variety.
The study of butterflies.
Things that are the same are really different.
Creating dimension in our world.
True. They can get into chemicals, fire, or knock something over.
False. They are perfectly safe as long as you have read through all of the directions.
Read all directions
Clear off your table of books, food, and drinks.
Ask the teacher about any questions you have.
All of the above.
Safety apron or a lab coat
All of these