No, they aren't.
I don't know what materials and supplies you will be using so I will use the building of a house as an example.
House building equipment includes hammers, drills, ladders, saws, etc.
House building materials are wood, sheetrock, nails, etc.
Hope that's clear enough.
Same difference as "ingredients" and "utensils" in cooking.
Materials are the things you're going to use in your experiment, like ingredients ( acids, minerals, etc.), and equipment is the things you're going to need to do the experiment, like a bunson burner, gloves, etc.
i assume they put Materials and Equipment Used under one heading. if that's the case, you can just put everything you used under this heading. if they actually have separate headings..i'd use the disposable goods under materials (chemicals, whatever) and the other goods under equipment (flasks, scales, etc).
I'm not sure of the proper definition of either but I can offer you examples of each to assist you. If the experiment required 50litres of a liquid to do the experiment that would be considered a material as well as such items as cotton swabs, beckers etc. a Bunsen burner would be an example of equipment same as a digital scale would be.
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