chemical laboratory equipment

I want to include some drawings with Erlenmeyer flask, Bunsen burner and so on in LaTeX.

I browsed the texample.net gallery. I found some examples for chemical structures, molecules and so. But I did not find any example for lab equiment.

• Does TikZ provide a library that helps to construct this?
• Are there any other TikZ sites where I can find examples?
• Does anybody had a similar task and found a solution to share?

I am not fixed on TizK. Are there other means to make this drawings? I looked at pst-labo. How difficult would it be to extend the options it provides?

Any suggestions are welcoome.

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What do you mean by "support"? Do you mean, "Is there a tikz library for this?", do you mean "Are there some examples I can cut-and-paste?", or what? Have you looked at texample.net, are there any examples there? –  Loop Space Oct 7 '10 at 17:40
you do not like pstricks? –  pluton Oct 8 '10 at 0:53
I guess the OP would like a pre-built library where he can simply choose particular bits of kit. –  Joseph Wright Oct 8 '10 at 7:03
Indeed, I can use TikZ as I would do with pencil and circle. But I don't want to use each line individually but use a template that leads my pencil. So, yes a TikZ-library would be very interesting. Examples of lab things are also great. –  harper Oct 11 '10 at 12:20
What's wrong with `pst-labo`? You're saying you're not fixed on TikZ... –  cgnieder Mar 20 '12 at 13:34

``````\node (flask) at (0,0) {\includegraphics[width=1cm]{flask.pdf}};