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List of Platinum Group Metals or PGMs
This is a list of the platinum group metals or PGM and an explanation of what platinum metals are and what properties they share in common.

Enthalpy Change Example Problem - Ice to Water Vapor
Worked Example Chemistry Problems - Determining change in enthalpy of melting ice and vaporizing water. Additional worked problem to determine mass of ice melted from given energy value.

Terbium Facts - Tb Facts
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element terbium.

Angstroms to Meters - Conversion Example Problem
This example problem illustrates the method to convert angstroms to meters.

Meter Definition - What Is a Meter?
This is the science and engineering glossary definition of a meter, with example unit conversions.

Is It Safe to Reboil Water?
Have you ever wondered what happens to water chemistry when you reboil water? Is it still safe to drink? Here's the answer to the question.

Converting Angstroms to Nanometers Example Problem
This example problem illustrates the method to convert angstroms to nanometers.

Nanometers to Angstroms Example Conversion Problem
This example problem illustrates the method to convert nanometers to angstroms.

Enthalpy - Chemistry and Physics Definition
This is the definition of enthalpy along with formulas and examples.

Does Caffeine Affect the Taste of Coffee and Cola?
Caffeine occurs naturally in coffee and is added to cola. Does caffeine have a flavor of its own or do decaf coffee and decaffeinated drinks taste different from regular coffee and cola for another reason?

Common Functional Groups - Organic Chemistry
Many organic chemistry molecules contain groups of atoms known as functional groups. This short list contains many of the most common organic functional groups.

Organic Chemistry Survival Tips
Organic chemistry is a tough chemistry class! Here are useful o-chem survival tips to help you learn the material and pass the class.

What Is Activated Charcoal and How Does it Work?
Learn what activated charcoal is, what it is used for, and whether or not it can be recharged.

John Dalton's Atomic Model
Learn about John Dalton's model of the atom and about early atomic theory.

What Is Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures?
Dalton's law of partial pressures is used to determine the individual pressures of each gas in a mixture of gases. Here is the equation and explanation of Dalton's Law.

Definition of a Chemical Change - Chemical Reaction
This is the definition of chemical change.

Importance of Chemical Reactions
Have you ever wondered about the importance of chemical reactions? Most likely, it's a homework question you have! Here's the explanation why chemical reactions are important.

Did You Know? - Fun Chemistry Facts
Did you know? Here are some fun, interesting and sometimes weird chemistry facts.

Glowing Jell-O Recipe
It's incredibly easy to make Jell-O or other gelatin glow under a black light. You can even eat it! Here's what you do.

Science Major Mouse Performs Experiments
Chemistry.

Do You Understand Chemistry Memes? Let's Find Out
View this showcase of the best chemistry memes to have some fun with the rigorous science.

Chemistry Pick Up Lines Are CuTe
Chemistry.

Chemists Know How To Throw a Party
Chemistry.

Chemistry Cat Is in His Element
Chemistry.

Grumpy Cat Says NO
Chemistry.

Philosoraptor Ponders Life's Big Questions
Chemistry.

Bill Nye - It's Science!
Chemistry.

Success Kid Passes Organic Chemistry
Chemistry.

Lame Pun Coon Has Trouble With Organic Chem
Chemistry.

Walt White Makes Chemistry Sexy
Chemistry.

Sodium Funny I Slapped My Neon That One
Chemistry.

Avogadro - Call Me Maybe
Chemistry.

Everything Is a Chemical
Chemistry.

Rasta Science Teacher Really Teaches
Chemistry.

The Base Is Under a Salt
Chemistry.

Why Wet Dogs Smell So Bad
Have you ever wondered why wet dogs smell so bad? Here's the scientific explanation and ideas for ways to cut the stink.

Grow Calcium Chloride Crystals
It's easy to grow sparking calcium chloride crystals. This salt is a common household chemical that you probably have in your house under a different name.

What Does Hygroscopic Mean? - Chemistry Definition
This is the definition of hygroscopic, with examples.

10 Facts About Acids and Bases
Here are 10 facts about acids and bases to help you learn about acids, bases, and pH and complete your homework.

Why You Shouldn't Cut Nicotine Patches
Learn why it's a bad idea to cut a nicotine patch, what happens if you do, and how to cut a patch safely.

List of Elements in the Lathanide Group
Here's a list of elements that are lanthanides, a subset of the rare earth group of elements.

How To Make Fizzy Bath Bombs
These are fun and easy instructions for making scented fizzy bath bombs. Keep them for yourself or give them as gifts.

Baking Soda Science Projects
If you have baking soda, you have the prime ingredient for a slew of science experiments! Here's a look at projects you can try, including the classic baking soda volcano and growing baking soda crystals.

Baking Soda Science Projects
If you have baking soda, you have the prime ingredient for a slew of science experiments! Here's a look at projects you can try, including the classic baking soda volcano and growing baking soda crystals.

Make Disappearing Ink
Learn how to make disappearing blue or pink ink.

Disappearing Ink Materials
Learn what's in disappearing blue or pink ink.

Calcium - Fifth Most Abundant Element in the Body
Find out how calcium is used in the human body. Page 5.

Carbon - Present in Every Organic Molecule
Learn how carbon is used in the human body. Page 2.

Chlorine Is an Ion in the Body
Learn how chlorine is used in the human body. Page 9.

Hydrogen - Third Most Abundant Element in the Body
Learn about hydrogen in the human body. Page 3.

Magnesium Is in Enzymes
Learn how magnesium is used by the body. Page 10.

Nitrogen - Fourth Most Abundant Element in the Body
Learn about the use of nitrogen in the body. Page 4.

Oxygen - Most Abundant Element in the Body
Learn how oxygen is used in the human body.

Phosphorus Is Critical in the Body
Learn about the uses of phosphorus in the body. Page 6.

Potassium Is an Ion in the Body
Learn about the importance of potassium in the body. Page 7.

Sodium Is Vital to the Human Body
Learn why sodium is important in the body. Page 8.

Sulfur Is in Amino Acids
Learn about the importance of sulfur in the body. Page 11.

How to Use a Smoke Bomb
Once you have a smoke bomb, here's how you light it.

How to Make a Smoke Bomb
These are step-by-step instructions for making your own smoke bomb with potassium nitrate and sugar.

Additional Do-It-Yourself Smoke Bomb Recipes
Here are some other ways to make a smoke bomb. Page 4.

Make Colored Smoke Bombs
Learn how to make a colored smoke bomb.

White Smoke Bomb with Colored Flames
All you need to do to get colored flames with your smoke is to add a common metal salt.

How To Make a Smoke Bomb With Ping Pong Balls
It's super easy to make homemade smoke bombs using ping pong balls.

How to Make Several Different Types of Smoke Bombs
Smoke bombs are easy and fun to make and light. There are several types of smoke bombs you can make, plus you can use the smoke bomb recipe as a starting point for other types of pyrotechnic devices. Try these recipes for making your own smoke bombs.

How to Make a Smoke Bomb (Safe No Cook Instructions)
A classic smoke bomb is easy to make and safe to use, but you can make the project even safer if you don't heat the ingredients. Here's what you do.

How To Cook an Egg With Alcohol
Learn how to cook an egg without fire or heat using alcohol. It's an easy science project that teaches the chemical properties of alcohol.

10 Tritium Facts
This is a collection of interesting and useful facts about tritium, the radioactive hydrogen isotope.

How To Make a Colored Campfire
It's easy to make a colored campfire. Here is a list of common chemicals you can use and step by step instructions for making colored flames.

Who Is the Father of Chemistry?
If you're ever asked to identify the Father of Chemistry for a homework assignment, the

Electronegativity and Bond Polarity Worked Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to use electronegativity to determine bond polarity and whether or not a bond is more covalent or more ionic.

Who Was the First Chemist?
Chemistry has been around for a very long time! Do you know the name of the first chemist in recorded history? Would it surprise you that the first chemist was a woman?

Van Der Waals Forces Definition
Get the definition of Van der Waals forces, along with examples.

Polar Molecule Definition
This is the definition of a polar molecule, with examples.

How to Make Napalm B - Chemical Synthesis of Gelled Sol
Napalm B, more usually just called napalm, is an example of a gelled sol. This easy napalm synthesis is an interesting introduction to sols and gels.

Examples of Polar and Nonpolar Molecules
Get examples of polar and nonpolar molecules and learn how to predict whether a molecule will be polar or not.

Covalent Compound (or Molecular Compound) Properties
These are properties of covalent compounds, also known as molecular compounds.

What Do Whales Drink?
Have you ever wondered what whales drink? You probably know all animals require water to live. Humans drink fresh water and get water from the foods we eat.

States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, Gas & Plasma
Get definitions and examples of the main states of matter: solids, liquids, gases, and plasma.

How To Fix a Dried Out Sharpie
Don't throw out that dried out Sharpie! You can fix the pen using simple household chemistry.

What Is the Heaviest Noble Gas?
Learn which noble gas is the heaviest and why there might be a different answer soon.

Xenon Facts - Periodic Table of the Elements
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element xenon.

Ammonium Hydroxide Facts
Get facts about ammonium hydroxide, including its chemical formula and uses.

Dihydrogen Monoxide - Is It Really That Dangerous?
Get the chemical formula and facts about dihydrogen monoxide or DHMO and decide for yourself whether it's really a dangerous chemical that should be banned.

Mother's Day Chemistry Projects
What mom wouldn't love a Mother's Day present made by her kid? Some of us just aren't that talented when it comes to arts and crafts, but if you're reading this, then chances are you have some skill with chemistry. Here are some chemistry-related gifts you can make for mom.

Why McDonald's Burgers Don't Decompose
McDonald's burgers don't decompose if left on the counter for ages. Here's the real reason they don't rot.

How To Make Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil
As the price of diesel continues to climb, you may wish to consider making your own diesel from cooking or vegetable oil, called biodiesel. It's easy and could save you money.

Glow-in-the-Dark Drinks
Do you want to make drink glow in the dark? Here is a list of chemicals that glow that are safe to put in beverages.

Ammonia - How to Prepare Ammonia Gas
These are instructions for preparing ammonia gas from ammonium chloride and calcium hydroxide in water.

Chemical Piranha Solution
Learn how to make, use, and dispose of chemical piranha solution, a potent acid and peroxide solution used to clean glassware and other surfaces.

Chemical Piranha and Aqua Regia Solution
Many common acids will dissolve common metals, but it can be challenging to remove noble metals and organic residues. This is where aqua regia and piranha are used. Here's how to make them.

Strength of Acids and Bases
Learn about strong and weak acids and bases. Get definitions and examples of each type.

What Is the Strongest Acid? Chemistry FAQ
Do you know what the strongest acid is? I'll give you a hint. It's not hydrochloric acid nor is it sulfuric acid.

DIY Giant Borax Crystals
Do you want really big crystals? Here's an easy DIY borax crystal project that produces a big crystal or geode.

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Recipe and Instructions
Make liquid nitrogen ice cream as a cool cryogenics or phase change demonstration or for a quick and tasty treat.

Homemade Nail Polish Removers
Here are several ways to make homemade nail polish remover. You're sure to find a method that works for you, whether you ran out of remover or just don't want to use harsh chemicals.

Hair Spray To Remove Nail Polish
Chemistry.

Alcohol as Nail Polish Remover
Chemistry.

Soaking Your Hands or Feet To Remove Nail Polish
Chemistry.

Other Chemicals To Remove Nail Polish
Chemistry.

Use Nail Polish as Homemade Nail Polish Remover
Chemistry.

Use Perfume To Remove Nail Polish
Chemistry.

Spray Antiperspirant As a Nail Polish Remover
Chemistry.

What Is Bleach and How Does It Work?
Learn about the different types of bleaches and how they work.

Growing Crystals - Troubleshooting Common Problems
Having trouble growing crystals? Here are some of the most common problems and how to solve them.

0.5M EDTA Solution at p.H. 8.0 Recipe
This is the lab recipe for 0.5 M EDTA solution at pH 8.0

Ice Cube on a Wire
Pull a wire through an ice cube without cutting the cube! This trick works thanks to a phenomenon called regelation, in which the ice melts from the pressure of the wire and freezes up after the wire passes. Here's how to put a wire through an ice cube or hang the ice on wire.

Can You Put Fish in a Magic Rocks Aquarium?
Learn whether it's okay to put fish in a Magic Rocks aquarium and what happens.

Gemstone Colors and Transition Metals
Gemstones are minerals that can be polished or cut for use as an ornament or jewelry. The color of a gemstone comes from the presence of trace amounts of transition metals. Take a look at the colors of common gemstones and the metals responsible for their color.

Easy To Make Glitter Slime
Try this easy recipe for homemade glitter slime. You can make the safe sparkly slime in any color you wish.

10 Titanium Facts
Titanium is found in surgical implants, aircraft, and eyeglass frames. Here are 10 titanium facts you may find interesting and helpful.

What Electrolytes Are and Why They Are Important
Electrolytes are important in your body and in the lab. Here's a look at what electrolytes are and why they matter.

Controlled Experiment Definition
This is the definition of a controlled experiment as the term is used in the scientific method. An example of a controlled experiment is also given.

Grow Faux Amethyst Crystals
Chemistry.

Grow Synthetic Quartz Crystals
Chemistry.

Grow Your Own Crystal Gemstones
It's easy to grow your own crystals to make faux or synthetic gemstones. Here's how to make ruby, amethyst, emerald, and diamond faux gems.

Grow Faux Ruby Crystals
Chemistry.

Grow a Faux Emerald Crystal
Chemistry.

Grow a Faux Diamond Crystal
Chemistry.

Calories To Joules Conversion Example
This worked chemistry example problem demonstrates how to convert from metric units to different metric units.

Difference Between kcal and cal
Learn about the difference between cal and kcal or calories, Calories, and kilocalories.

Global Warming Can't Flood the Earth
Chemistry.

Science Errors in Films
Learn about the worst science errors in science and fiction movies.

You Can't Hear Sounds in Space
Chemistry.

You Can't Save a Person Falling Off a Building
Chemistry.

You Can't Survive a Black Hole
Chemistry.

You Can't Enhance Grainy Images
Chemistry.

Never Take Off Your Space Helmet on Another Planet
Chemistry.

You Can't See Lasers in Space
Chemistry.

Water Changes Volume When It Freezes Into Ice
Chemistry.

Cutting the Engines Doesn't Stop a Spacecraft
Chemistry.

How To Make Copper and Brass Cleaner
Use these instructions to make your own copper, brass and bronze cleaner.

Hyperkalemia or High Potassium
Understand hyperkalemia or high potassium. This is an explanation of what hyperkalemia is, what causes it, and how it is treated.

How to Grow Orange Potassium Dichromate Crystals
Do you want crystals that are naturally bright and colorful? Grow orange crystals of potassium dichromate.

Glycerol Facts
Get facts about glycerol or glycerine, learn about its uses, and get information about where to find this chemical.

Ancient Tattoo Ink Recipe - Ancient Roman Tattoo Ink Recipe
This ancient tattoo ink recipe was devised by the Roman physician Aetius. It can be expected to produce a nice permanent ink, though the ingredients may cause irritation for some individuals.

What's In Your Tattoo Ink?
If you have a tattoo, do you know what is in your ink? Unless you made the ink yourself, the answer to that question is no. Here's a look at why it's hard to know the composition of a tattoo product.

How Powdered Alcohol Works
Here's a look at how powdered alcohol works and whether it's really alcoholic.

Heavy Water Formula
Learn how to express the formula for heavy water and the different ways heavy water can be made.

Chemis-tree Christmas Periodic Table
Celebrate Christmas with a chemis-tree periodic table. Download or print this holiday HD periodic table.

Holiday Periodic Table of the Elements
Download or print a holiday periodic table of the elements.

Christmas Periodic Table of the Elements
Merry Christmas! Get the Christmas periodic table of the elements for all your holiday chemistry needs.

Halloween Periodic Table
Here's a spooky Halloween periodic table that will make doing chemistry problems so fun it will be almost scary.

Thanksgiving Periodic Table (Autumn)
This turkey and falling leaves periodic table is perfect for Thanksgiving or autumn.

Periodic Table of Cats
Download or print the periodic table of cats. Doesn't your cat deserve its own periodic table of the elements?

Valentine's Day Periodic Table
This Valentine's Day periodic table of the elements features assorted colors of hearts for the element groups.

St. Patrick's Day Periodic Table
This St. Patrick's Day periodic table features a green background and shamrocks for element tiles.

Easter Egg Periodic Table
This Easter periodic table features colored Easter egg elements on a spring grass background.

2nd Worst Greenhouse Gas - Carbon Dioxide
Chemistry.

#1 Worst Greenhouse Gas - Water Vapor
Chemistry.

Number 5 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

4th Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Worst Greenhouse Gases in the Atmosphere
This is a look at the 10 worst greenhouse gases and how they affect the Earth's atmosphere.

Number 10 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Number 9 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Number 8 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Number 7 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Number 6 Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

3rd Worst Greenhouse Gas
Chemistry.

Sulfur Hexafluoride Demonstrations - The Anti-Helium
Sulfur hexafluoride is a non-toxic, invisible gas that you can use to perform interesting chemistry demonstrations. Breathe it in and make your voice much deeper when you talk. Pour it into a container and float an airplane or a ship on 'nothing'.

Chemtrails Versus Contrails
Learn the difference between chemtrails and contrails.

Fun Science Activities With Silly Putty
Here are some ideas of activities involving silly putty that take advantage of its special properties. Page 3.

What Is Water Glass?
Learn what water glass is and what its uses are.

Dry Flowers Using Silica Gel Beads - Science Project
Try this fun science project drying fresh flowers using silica gel beads to learn how desiccants work.

Desiccator - How to Make a Desiccant Container
A desiccator or desiccant container is a chamber that removes water from chemicals or items. It is extremely easy to make a desiccator yourself using materials you probably have on hand.

Metal Facts Sheet
Most of the elements in the periodic table are metals. You use metals every day, but how much do you actually know about them? Here is a list of facts and trivia about metals.

Easter Science Projects & Topics
Are you looking for science projects, experiments, and topics that you can tie in with the Easter holiday? Here's a collection of resources for you.

Crystal Easter Egg Project
Grow crystals on a real egg to make a sparkling crystal Easter egg.

Why lb Is the Symbol for Pounds
Have you ever wondered why lb is used as the symbol for the pounds unit? Here's the answer to the question.

Learn About Mechanisms of Heat Transfer
Learn about the mechanisms of heat transfer. Here are explanations and examples of conduction, convection, and radiation.

Heat Transfer by Conduction - Explanation and Examples
Chemistry.

Heat Transfer by Convection - Explanation and Examples
Chemistry.

Heat Transfer by Radiation - Explanation and Examples
Chemistry.

Laws of Thermochemistry and Enthalpy Equations
The laws of thermochemistry are used to describe the heat or energy flow of chemical reactions. Understanding the values of a reaction's enthalpy will help determine whether the reaction is endothermic or exothermic.

Make Sugar and String Crystal Easter Eggs
Sugar and string Easter egg ornaments are a fun family craft idea, plus you can include a lot of science in this project. You can make smaller hollow string ornaments to hang or put in baskets or you can make a large crystal egg to use as an Easter basket.

What Happens If You Inhale Helium?
Learn about the health effects of inhaling helium gas.

How Galvanic or Voltaic Cells Work
Learn how different types of electrochemical cells work. Diagrams and explanations of galvanic and electrolytic cells are provided.

How Electrolytic Cells Work
Chemistry.

Definition of Saponification
This is the chemistry definition of saponification, with an example of a saponification reaction.

Common Chemicals That Could Cause a False Positive TSA Swab Test
This is a list of common chemicals and products that could cause you to test positive for explosives during the TSA swab test.

13 Reasons To Date a Chemist
Chemists make great dates! Here are some of the reasons to date a chemist.

Easy Ways That Anyone Can Make Graphene
The discovery of graphene, a honeycomb sheet of carbon, was so important it earned a Nobel Prize, yet graphene isn't an exotic material. You can make it yourself!

Spectroscopy - Introduction and Types
Learn what spectroscopy and spectra are, how spectroscopy works, and what it is used for. This article includes a list of several different spectroscopies, with brief descriptions of their characteristics.

What Are the 4 Most Abundant Gases in the Earth's Atmosphere?
Learn about the 4 most abundant gases in the Earth's atmosphere and the factors that affect how the composition of the atmosphere changes.

What Is Periodicity on the Periodic Table?
Periodicity is one of the most fundamental aspects of the periodic table of the elements. Here is an explanation of what periodicity is and a look at the periodic properties.

Invisible Ink Using Milk
Milk is an effective and readily available form of invisible ink. Here's how to use milk as invisible ink to write and reveal secret messages. I've also included an explanation of how milk works as an invisible ink.

10 Interesting Fluorine Facts
Get interesting facts about the discovery, properties, uses, and abundance of the element fluorine.

Where To Find Gold To Recycle and Use
Here's a list of items that contain gold that you can recycle, use, or sell.

Gold on Dishes and Flatware
Find gold on the dining room table on plates, cups, and flatware.

Get Gold from Computers and Smartphones
Computers and smartphones contain a significant amount of gold. Here's where to find it and how to get it.

Gold in Smoke Detectors
Did you know there might be gold in your smoke detector?

Find Gold in Used Cars
You can find gold in old automobiles. New ones have it too, but they need that gold to work!

Gold from Books
Books are a common source of gold that you can recover.

Gold in Colored Glass
Learn which colors of glass are made using gold.

Gold from a CD or DVD
Some CD and DVD discs contain real gold.

Gold in Jewelry
Learn which jewelry contains gold and which contains so little it's not worth your time and effort to recover it.

Gold in Embroidered Clothing
Learn how to find real gold in clothing.

Why Is the Sky Blue?
Get the scientific explanation of why the sky is blue. Also learn why sunrise and sunset are red and the sky looks white near the horizon.

See Why the Sky Is Blue and Sunset Is Red - Easy Experiment
This simple experiment demonstrates why the sky is blue during the day, yet orange or red at sunrise and sunset.

Water Trick - Tie Water in Knots
Use the cohesive properties and surface tension of water to tie streams of water together for a fun water science trick.

What Is Tibetan Silver?
Tibetan silver is a metal used in many inexpensive silver-colored metal items for sale online, such as at eBay. Here is a look at the chemical composition of Tibetan silver.

What Is the Most Important Lab Safety Rule?
Learn 10 important laboratory safety rules, including the most important lab safety rule. Keep yourself safe!

Safety Rule - Don't Experiment on Yourself
Never experiment on yourself in a science lab. It's an important safety rule.

Know the Location of Safety Equipment
Knowing the location of the safety equipment and how to use it is an important lab safety rule.

Safety Rule - Dress for the Lab
Dressing appropriately for the lab is a safety rule, not just about looking like a scientist.

Don't Eat or Drink in the Laboratory
Safety Rule - Don't eat or drink in the science laboratory.

Don't Taste or Sniff Chemicals
Don't taste or sniff chemicals in a science lab because it's unsafe.

Don't Play Mad Scientist in the Laboratory
One important safety rule is to avoid playing Mad Scientist in the laboratory.

Safety Rule - Dispose Lab Waste Properly
One important safety rule is to dispose of laboratory waste properly.

Safety Rule - Know What To Do with Lab Accidents
Safety Rule - It's important to know what to do in the event of a laboratory accident.

Safety Rule - Leave Experiments at the Lab
One important safety rule is to leave experiments at the lab and not take them home with you.

How To Make Sulfuric Acid at Home
Sulfuric acid is a useful acid to have on hand for a variety of home chemistry projects. However, it is not easy to obtain. Fortunately, you can make it yourself.

10 Polonium Facts - Elements Are Interesting
How much do you know about the toxic element believed to have caused the 2006 death of former intelligence agent, Alexander Litvinenko?

Chemistry Questions You Should Be Able to Answer
These are questions an educated person should be able to answer relating to chemistry in the everyday world.

Nitrocellulose Structure
Nitrocellulose is a flammable compound produced by nitrating cellulose with a nitrating agent, such as nitric acid. Nitrocellulose is also known as cellulose nitrate, gun cotton, or flashpaper. Page 17.

2-Naphthylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-naphthylamine. Page 21.

D-Norleucine or D-2-Aminohexanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-norleucine or D-2-aminohexanoic acid. Page 45.

L-Norleucine or L-2-Aminohexanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-norleucine or L-2-aminohexanoic acid. Page 44.

N-Nitroso-N-methylurea Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of N-nitroso-N-methylurea. Page 36.

Naphthoquinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of naphthoquinone. Page 19.

Nicotine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nicotine, an alkaloid derived from the nightshade family of plants. In addition to tobacco and coca, nicotine is found in smaller quantities in tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, and green peppers. Page 20.

Niflumic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of niflumic acid. Page 24.

Nile Blue Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Nile blue. Page 26.

Nimesulide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nimesulide. Page 27.

Nitrilotriacetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrilotriacetic acid. Page 28.

Nitrobenzene - Nitrobenzol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrobenzene or nitrobenzol. Page 29.

Nitroethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitroethane. Page 30.

Nitrofen Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrofen. Page 31.

Nitrofurantoin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrofurantoin. Page 32.

Nitroglycerin - Nitroglycerine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitroglycerin or nitroglycerine. Page 33.

Nitromethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitromethane. Page 34.

Nitrosobenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrosobenzene. Page 35.

Nitrosomethylurethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitrosomethylurethane. Page 37.

Nominine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nominine. Page 38.

Nonacosane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nonacosane. Page 39.

Nonane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nonane. Page 40.

Noradrenaline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of noradrenaline. Page 41.

Norcarane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of norcarane. Page 43.

Norephidrine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of norephidrine. Page 42.

Norleucine - 2-Aminohexanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of norleucine or 2-aminohexanoic acid. Page 46.

Niacin - Nicotinic Acid - Vitamin B3
This is the chemical structure of Vitamin B3 also known as nicotinic acid and niacin. Page 23.

Nonanoic Acid - Pelargonic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nonanoic acid, also known as pelargonic acid. Page 47.

Nonane Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the nonane molecule. Page 50.

1-Nonyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-nonyne. Page 51.

1-Nonene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-nonene. Page 52.

1-Nonene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 1-nonene. Page 53.

Nonyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the nonyl functional group. Page 54.

Nylon Molecular Structure
This is the three-dimensional molecular structure of nylon 6. Page 56.

4-Nitrobenzoate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 4-nitrobenzoate. Page 10.

NADH
NADH. Chemistry.

Naphthalene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of naphthalene. Page 2.

Nepetalactone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nepetalactone. Page 3.

Nicotine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nicotine. Page 4.

Nitric Acid
Nitric Acid. Chemistry. Page 6.

Nitric Oxide or Nitrogen Monoxide
Nitric Oxide or Nitrogen Monoxide. Page 7.

Nitrite Ion Lewis Structures
Nitrite Ion Lewis Structures. Chemistry. Page 9.

Nitrogen Molecule
Nitrogen Molecule. Chemistry. Page 16.

Nitrous Oxide
Nitrous Oxide. Chemistry. Page 11.

Novichok Agents
Novichok Agents. Chemistry. Page 14.

Nucleotides
Nucleotides. Chemistry. Page 15.

nitrate chemical structure
nitrate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 5.

nitrite chemical structure
nitrite chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 8.

Norleucyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid radical norleucyl. Page 12.

Norvalyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid radical norvalyl. Page 13.

Vitamin B12 Chemical Structure
This is a skeletal chemical structure of Vitamin B12. (Vitamin Structures). Page 9.

Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) Chemical Structure
This is the skeletal molecular structure of Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide). (Vitamin Structures). Page 4.

Vitamin B4 (Adenine) Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemistry structure of Vitamin B4 (Adenine). (Vitamin Structures). Page 5.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) Chemical Structure
This is a chemical structure of Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid). (Vitamin Structures). Page 6.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal) Chemical Structure
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal) Chemical Structure (Vitamin Structures). Page 7.

Vitamin B7 (Biotin) Chemical Structure
This is a two-dimensional chemical structure of Vitamin B7 (Biotin). (Vitamin Structures). Page 8.

Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid Chemical Structure
This is a skeletal chemical structure for Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid. (Vitamin Structures). Page 10.

Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid Chemical Structure
This is a ball and stick molecular structure of Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid. (Vitamin Structures). Page 11.

Vitamin D2 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Vitamin D2. (Vitamin Structures). Page 12.

Vitamin D3
This is the skeletal molecular structure of Vitamin D3. (Vitamin Structures). Page 13.

Vitamin K3 (Menadione) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Vitamin K3 (Menadione). (Vitamin Structures). Page 14.

Vitamin M (Folic Acid) Chemical Structure
This is a chemical structure for vitamin M (Folic Acid) (Vitamin Structures). Page 17.

Vitamin U Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Vitamin U. (Vitamin Structures). Page 19.

Vitamin H (Biotin) Chemical Structure
This is the skeletal chemical structure of Vitamin H, also known as Vitamin B7 or Biotin. (Vitamin Structures). Page 20.

Vitamin A (Retinol) Chemical Structure
Here is the chemical structure of Vitamin A or Retinol. (Vitamin Structures)

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Chloride) Chemical Structure
This is the molecular structure of Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Chloride). (Vitamin Structures). Page 2.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Chemical Structure
This is the molecular structure for Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin). (Vitamin Structures). Page 3.

Vitamin E or Tocopherol Chemical Structure
This is the molecular chemical structure of Vitamin E or Tocopherol. (Vitamin Structures). Page 15.

Chemical Structure of Vitamin K1 or Phylloquinone
This is the molecular structure of Vitamin K1 or phylloquinone. (Vitamin Structures). Page 16.

Molecular Structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid
This is the molecular structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid. (Vitamin Structures). Page 18.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter N
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter N.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter N
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter N.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter N
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter N.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter N
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter N.

Yellow Rock Candy
This is a partially-eaten stick of yellow rock candy, or colored sugar (sucrose) crystals. Page 16.

Rock Candy Chunks
Rock Candy Chunks. Chemistry. Page 12.

Pink Rock Candy
Pink Rock Candy. Chemistry. Page 17.

Saccharose Molecule
Saccharose Molecule. Chemistry. Page 3.

Sucrose Molecule
Sucrose Molecule. Chemistry. Page 2.

Sugar Crystals & Rock Candy Pictures
Do you know what rock candy looks like? See rock candy and other images of sugar crystals including a micrograph of a sucrose crystal.

Sugar Crystals & Rock Candy Pictures
Do you know what rock candy looks like? See rock candy and other images of sugar crystals including a micrograph of a sucrose crystal.

Octane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of octane. Page 12.

Octane Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the octane molecule. Page 30.

1-Octyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-octyne. Page 31.

1-Octene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-octene. Page 32.

1-Octene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 1-octene. Page 33.

Octyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the octyl functional group. Page 34.

Ozone 3-D Electric Potential
Ozone is a molecule made from three oxygen atoms. This is the 3-D image of the ozone molecule showing its surface electric potential. Page 35.

Ozone Dipole Diagram - Trioxygen
This is a diagram of the ozone 1,3 dipole. Ozone is also known as trioxygen. Page 36.

Olympicene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure for olympicene. Page 37.

Red Oxygen or Octaoxygen
This is the ball-and-stick model of red oxygen or octaoxygen. Page 38.

Oleanane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oleanane.

Ovalene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ovalene. Page 5.

Oxalic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxalic acid. Page 6.

1,3-Oxazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,3-oxazole. Page 8.

Oxycodone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxycodone. Page 10.

Ozone
Ozone. Chemistry. Page 11.

Ormosanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ormosanine. Page 3.

Ornithyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the ornithyl radical. Page 4.

Oxayohimban Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxayohimban. Page 7.

Oxyacanthan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxyacanthan. Page 9.

1-Octanethiol - Octane-1-thiol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-octanethiol or octane-1-thiol. Page 14.

4-Octylphenol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 4-octylphenol. Page 16.

Octabromodiphenyl Ether Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of octabromodiphenyl ether. Page 13.

Octanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of octanoic acid. Page 15.

Oleic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oleic acid. Page 17.

Orcin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of orcin. Page 18.

D-Ornithine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-ornithine. Page 20.

L-Ornithine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-ornithine. Page 19.

Ornithine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ornithine. Page 21.

Orotic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of orotic acid. Page 22.

Oseltamivir Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oseltamivir. Page 23.

Oxalyl Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxalyl chloride. Page 25.

Oxamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxamide. Page 26.

Oxirane - Ethylene Oxide
This is the chemical structure of oxirane. Page 24.

Oxolinic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxolinic acid. Page 27.

Oxymetholone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxymetholone. Page 28.

Watermelon Ketone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of watermelon ketone. Page 4.

Wedelolactone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of wedelolactone. Page 5.

Weinreb Linker Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of weinreb linker. Page 6.

Whiskey Lactone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of whiskey lactone. Page 7.

Wilforlide A Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of wilforlide A. Page 9.

Wogonin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of wogonin. Page 8.

Hexagonal Water Ice - Molecular Solid
This is the crystal structure of hexagonal water ice. Hexagonal ice is one example of a molecular solid. Page 11.

Warfarin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of warfarin.

Water Molecule
Water Molecule. Chemistry. Page 2.

Windowpane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of windowpane. Page 3.

Wood Alcohol - Methanol or Methyl Alcohol
This is the chemical structure of methanol, also known as wood alcohol. Page 10.

Hexanedioic Acid
Hexanedioic Acid. Chemistry. Page 86.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter O
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter O.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter O
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter O.

Histidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid histidine. Page 85.

Heptane Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the heptane molecule. Page 69.

Hexane Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the hexane molecule. Page 68.

1-Heptyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-heptyne. Page 73.

1-Hexyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-hexyne. Page 70.

2-Hexyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-hexyne. Page 71.

3-Hexyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 3-hexyne. Page 72.

1-Heptene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-heptene. Page 77.

1-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1-hexene. Page 74.

2-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-hexene. Page 75.

3-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 3-hexene. Page 76.

1-Heptene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 1-heptene. Page 78.

1-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 1-hexene. Page 79.

2-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 2-hexene. Page 80.

3-Hexene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of 3-hexene. Page 81.

Heptyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the heptyl functional group. Page 83.

Hexyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the hexyl functional group. Page 82.

Hydrogen Peroxide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrogen peroxide. Page 84.

Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter O
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter O.

Hemoglobin
Hemoglobin. Chemistry. Page 2.

Heptane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heptane. Page 3.

Heroin
This is the chemical structure of heroin. Page 4.

Hexane
Hexane. Chemistry. Page 6.

Histidine
Histidine. Chemistry. Page 7.

Hydrobromic Acid Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrobromic acid, HBr, one of the strong acids. Page 21.

Hydrochloric Acid
Hydrochloric Acid. Chemistry. Page 10.

Hydrofluoric Acid
Hydrofluoric Acid. Chemistry. Page 19.

Hydrogen Cyanide
Hydrogen Cyanide. Chemistry. Page 16.

Hydrogen Iodide or Hydriodic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure for hydrogen iodide, HI, which dissociates in water to form the strong acid hydriodic acid. Hydriodic acid is also known as hydroiodic acid or iohydroic acid. Page 20.

Hydrogen Peroxide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrogen peroxide. Page 11.

Hydrogen Sulfide
Hydrogen Sulfide. Chemistry. Page 12.

Hydronium Ion Lewis Structure
Hydronium Ion Lewis Structure. Chemistry. Page 13.

Hydronium Ion - Electric Potential
Hydronium Ion - Electric Potential. Page 17.

Hydronium or Hydroxonium Cation
Hydronium or Hydroxonium Cation. Chemistry. Page 18.

Hasubanan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hasubanan.

Hetisan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hetisan. Page 5.

Histidyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the histidyl radical. Page 8.

Histidyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the histidyl radical. Page 9.

hydrophosphate chemical structure
hydrophosphate chemical structure. Page 14.

hydrosulfate chemical structure
hydrosulfate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 15.

Cis-3-Hexen-1-ol
This is the chemical structure of cis-3-hexen-1-ol. Page 49.

Cis-3-hexenal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cis-3-hexenal. Page 48.

D-Histidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid D-histidine. Page 51.

HEPES - 4-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-1-Piperazineethane Sulfonic Acid
This is the chemical structure of HEPES or 4-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-1-piperazineethane sulfonic acid. Page 29.

Halothane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of halothane. Page 24.

Hematoxylin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hematoxylin. Page 23.

Heme A Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heme A. Page 25.

Heme B Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heme B. Page 26.

Heme C Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heme C. Page 27.

Heme O Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heme O. Page 28.

Heptadecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heptadecane. Page 30.

Hexabromocyclododecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexabromocyclododecane. Page 31.

Hexachloropropene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexachloropropene. Page 32.

Hexadecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexadecane. Page 33.

Hexafluoroacetone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexafluoroacetone. Page 35.

Hexafluoroethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexafluoroethane. Page 36.

Hexafluoroisopropanol (HFIP) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexafluoroisopropanol. Page 34.

Hexafluoropropylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexafluoropropylene. Page 37.

Hexamethyldewarbenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamethyldewarbenzene. Page 38.

Hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamethyldisilazane. Page 39.

Hexamethylenimine or Azepane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamethylenimine. Page 41.

Hexamethylolmelamine (HMM) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamethylolmelamine. Page 42.

Hexamethylphosphoramide (HMPA) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamethylphosphoramide. Page 43.

Hexamine - Hexamethylenetetramine or HMTA Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexamine. Page 44.

Hexane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexane. Page 40.

Hexanedioic Acid - Adipic Acid
This is the chemical structure of hexanedioic acid, also known as adipic acid. Page 45.

Hexanitrodiphenylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexanitrodiphenylamine. Page 46.

Hexanoic Acid - Caproic Acid
This is the chemical structure of caproic acid, also known as hexanoic acid. Page 47.

Hippuric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hippuric acid. Page 50.

L-Histidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-histidine. Page 52.

5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine. Page 62.

5-Hydroxytryptamine - Serotonin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of serotonin. Page 64.

Histamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of histamine. Page 53.

Homoarginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of homoarginine. Page 54.

Homocysteine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of homocysteine. Page 55.

Homotaurine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of homotaurine. Page 56.

Hydrochlorothiazide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrochlorothiazide. Page 57.

Hydrocinnamic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrocinnamic acid. Page 58.

Hydroquinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydroquinone. Page 59.

Hydroxybenzoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of salicylic acid, also known as hydroxybenzoic acid. Page 60.

Hydroxyproline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydroxyproline. Page 63.

Hygrine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hygrine. Page 65.

Hydroxybenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of phenol. Page 61.

Hexadecanoic Acid - Palmitic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hexadecanoic acid or palmitic acid. Page 66.

Heptanedioic Acid - Pimelic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of heptanedioic acid, also known as pimelic acid. Page 67.

Gammacerane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gammacerane. Page 4.

Gibbane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gibbane. Page 5.

Glucose - 2D Skeletal Structure of Glucose
This is a two-dimensional skeletal structure of the sugar glucose. Page 18.

Glycerine or Glycerin Structure
Glycerine or Glycerin Structure. Chemistry. Page 9.

Glycerol
Glycerol. Chemistry. Page 10.

Graphene
Graphene is a one-atom thick honeycomb sheet composed of carbon atoms that have bonded together. Page 19.

Grayanotoxane Chemical Structure
Grayanotoxane Chemical Structure. Page 14.

Guanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of guanine. Page 17.

Guanosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of guanosine. Page 16.

Alpha-glutamyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the alpha-glutamyl radical. Page 8.

Galanthamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of galanthamine.

Galanthan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of galanthan. Page 2.

Glutaminyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glutaminyl. Page 7.

Glycyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the glycyl radical. Page 13.