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Alpha-D-Galactose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-D-galactose. Page 30.

Alpha-L-Galactose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-L-galactose. Page 31.

Beta-D-Galactose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of beta-D-galactose. Page 32.

Beta-L-Galactose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of beta-L-galactose. Page 33.

D-Gluconic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-gluconic acid. Page 11.

D-Glutamic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-glutamic acid. Page 40.

D-Glutamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-glutamine. Page 24.

GF or Cyclosarin Chemical Structure - Ball and Stick Model
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of cyclosarin. Page 21.

GF or Cyclosarin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cyclosarin. Page 20.

Gadopentetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gadopentetic acid. Page 29.

Galantamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of galantamine. Page 34.

Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid - GABA
This is the chemical structure of gamma-aminobutyric acid. Page 35.

Gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gamma-butyrolactone. Page 36.

Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gamma-hydroxybutyric acid. Page 37.

Geraniol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of geraniol. Page 38.

Gibberellin A3 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gibberellin A3. Page 39.

Glucitol - Sorbitol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glucitol, also known as sorbitol. Page 22.

Glycine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glycine. Page 26.

Glyoxaline - Imidazole
This is the chemical structure of glyoxaline. Page 27.

Guanosine Diphosphate - GDP
This is the chemical structure of guanosine diphosphate or GDP. Page 28.

L-Glutamic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-glutamic acid. Page 23.

L-Glutamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-glutamine. Page 25.

Glutaraldehyde Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glutaraldehyde. Page 41.

Glutaric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glutaric acid. Page 42.

Glutathione Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glutathione. Page 43.

Glyburide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glyburide. Page 44.

Glycerophosphoric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glycerophosphoric acid. Page 45.

Glycidol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glycidol. Page 46.

Glycogen
This is a cross-section of a glycogen molecule made up of a glycogenin protein core encased in a collection of glucose molecule units. Page 47.

Glycolic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glycolic acid. Page 50.

Glyoxal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of glyoxal. Page 48.

Guaiacol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of guaiacol. Page 49.

Guanidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of guanidine. Page 51.

D-Glucose 3-D Structure
This is the 3-D ball and stick structure for D-glucose, an important sugar. Page 54.

Glutamic Acid
Glutamic Acid. Chemistry. Page 3.

Glutamine
Glutamine. Chemistry. Page 6.

Glycine
Glycine. Chemistry. Page 12.

Guanine
Guanine. Chemistry. Page 15.

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

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

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

Fenestrane or Broken Windowpane
This is the chemical structure of fenestrane.

Flavonol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of flavonol. Page 2.

Flavone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of flavone. Page 3.

Flunitrazepam or Rohypnol
Flunitrazepam or Rohypnol. Chemistry. Page 4.

Formaldehyde
Formaldehyde. Chemistry. Page 6.

Formic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formic acid. Page 7.

Fructose
Fructose. Chemistry. Page 9.

Fucitol
Fucitol. Chemistry. Page 12.

Furan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of furan. Page 11.

Vitamin M (Folic Acid)
Vitamin M (Folic Acid). Chemistry. Page 5.

Formosanan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formosanan. Page 8.

Fumarate (2-) Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fumarate. Page 10.

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

Farnesol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of farnesol. Page 15.

Ferrocene
This is the chemical structure of ferrocene. Page 16.

Fipronil
This is the chemical structure of fipronil. Page 17.

Flavonol - 3-Hydroxyflavone
This is the chemical structure of flavonol. Page 13.

Flunitrazepam - Rohypnol
This is the chemical structure of flunitrazepam. Page 14.

Flunixin
This is the chemical structure of flunixin. Page 18.

Fluoranthene
This is the chemical structure of fluoranthene. Page 19.

Fluorene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fluorene. Page 20.

Fluorenone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fluorenone. Page 21.

Fluorescein Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fluorescein. Page 22.

Fluorobenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fluorobenzene. Page 23.

Fluoroethylene or Vinyl Fluoride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vinyl fluoride. Page 24.

Fluoxetine - Prozac Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fluoxetine. Page 25.

Fonofos Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fonofos. Page 26.

Formaldehyde Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formaldehyde. Page 27.

Formamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formamide. Page 28.

Formanilide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formanilide. Page 29.

Formoterol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of formoterol. Page 30.

Fumarate (1-) Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the fumarate (1-) anion. Page 31.

Fumaric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fumaric acid. Page 32.

Furfural Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of furfural. Page 33.

Furfuryl Alcohol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of furfuryl alcohol. Page 34.

Furfurylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of furfurylamine. Page 35.

Furylfuramide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of furylfuramide. Page 36.

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

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

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

Fexofenadine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of fexofenadine. Page 37.

Ferrocene Chemical Structure - Ball and Stick Model
This is a ball and stick representation of the ferrocene molecule. Page 38.

Fluoroantimonic Acid
This is the chemical structure of fluoroantimonic acid, the strongest superacid. Page 39.

Fluoroantimonic Acid 3D Model
This is the three-dimensional model of fluoroantimonic acid. Page 40.

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

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

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

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

10 Examples of Plasma - Form of Matter
One form of matter is plasma. You encounter it everyday, but may not recognize it. Here are 10 examples of forms of plasma.

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

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

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

Do Not Touch Sign
Do Not Touch Sign. Chemistry. Page 6.

No Open Flames Sign
No Open Flames Sign. Chemistry. Page 3.

Open Flame Prohibited Sign
Open Flame Prohibited Sign. Chemistry. Page 8.

Nonpotable Water Sign
Nonpotable Water Sign. Chemistry. Page 7.

Do Not Eat or Drink Sign
Do Not Eat or Drink Sign. Chemistry. Page 4.

Do Not Enter Sign
Do Not Enter Sign. Chemistry. Page 5.

Nonpotable Water Symbol
Nonpotable Water Symbol. Chemistry. Page 2.

Prohibition Symbol
Prohibition Symbol. Chemistry.

Ester Functional Group
Ester Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 69.

2-Ethylhexanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-ethylhexanol. Page 70.

Vitamin E or Tocopherol
Molecular Structure of Vitamin E or Tocopherol. Page 68.

Encainide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of encainide. Page 61.

Etorphine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of etorphine. Page 62.

Ethane Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the ethane molecule. Page 63.

Ethyne Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyne. Page 64.

Ethene Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of ethene. Page 65.

Ethylenediamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethylenediamine. Page 66.

Ethyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the ethyl functional group. Page 53.

Ethyl 2-Cyanoacetoacetate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl 2-cyanoacetoacetate. Page 60.

Ethyl 3-Oxohexanoate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl 3-oxohexanoate. Page 56.

Ethyl Glyoxylate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl glyoxylate. Page 55.

Ethyl Mandelate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl mandelate. Page 57.

Ethyl Propiolate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl propiolate. Page 58.

MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) - Ecstasy
This is the chemical structure of methylenedioxymethamphetamine. Page 22.

Eicosane
This is the chemical structure of eicosane. Page 23.

EDTA - Ethylenediamine-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic Acid
This is the chemical structure of EDTA or ethylenediamine-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid. Page 21.

Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) - 1,2-Dichloroethane
This is the chemical structure of ethylene dichloride (EDC) or 1,2-dichloroethane. Page 20.

Ethenyl or Vinyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the vinyl functional group. Page 52.

Ergotamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ergotamine. Page 54.

Ethyl 2-Cyanopropionate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl 2-cyanopropionate. Page 59.

Esomeprazole or Nexium Structure
This is the molecular structure of Esomeprazole (Nexium), a proton pump inhibitor drug that prevents formation of gastric acid. Page 67.

Endrin
This is the chemical structure of endrin. Page 25.

Erucic Acid
This is the chemical structure of erucic acid. Page 29.

Epibromohydrin
This is the chemical structure of epibromohydrin. Page 28.

Endosulfan
This is the chemical structure of endosulfan. Page 24.

Eosin Y
This is the chemical structure of eosin Y. Page 27.

Eosin B
This is the chemical structure of eosin B. Page 26.

Erythritol
This is the chemical structure of erythritol. Page 30.

Ethanoic Acid - Acetic Acid
This is the chemical structure of ethanoic acid. Page 38.

Ethene or Ethylene
This is the chemical structure of ethene, also known as ethylene. Page 36.

Ethacridine Lactate
This is the chemical structure of ethacridine lactate. Page 31.

Acetaldehyde or Ethanal Structure
This is the two-dimensional molecular structure of acetaldehyde or ethanal, a flammable organic chemical compound. Acetaldehyde is also known as acetic aldehyde or ethyl aldehyde. Page 32.

1,2-Ethanedithiol
This is the chemical structure of 1,2-ethanedithiol. Page 35.

Ethane
This is the chemical structure of ethane. Page 33.

Ethanol
This is the chemical structure of ethanol. Page 34.

Ethanedioic Acid - Oxalic Acid
This is the chemical structure of oxalic acid. Page 37.

Ethidium Bromide
This is the chemical structure of ethidium bromide. Page 40.

2-Ethyl-1-Hexanol - Isooctyl Alcohol
This is the chemical structure of 2-ethyl-1-hexanol. Page 47.

Ethenone
This is the chemical structure of ethenone. Page 39.

Ethyl 4-Aminobenzoate - Benzocaine
This is the chemical structure of ethyl 4-aminobenzoate, also known as benzocaine. Page 43.

Ethyl Acetate
This is the chemical structure of ethyl acetate. Page 41.

Ethyl Chloride - Chloroethane
This is the chemical structure of chloroethane. Page 44.

Ethyl Formate
This is the chemical structure of ethyl formate. Page 46.

Ethylamine
This is the chemical structure of ethylamine. Page 42.

Ethylene Oxide - Oxirane
This is the chemical structure of oxirane. Page 45.

Ethynol
This is the chemical structure of ethynol. Page 48.

Eugenol
This is the chemical structure of eugenol. Page 49.

Ephedrine
This is the chemical structure of ephedrine. Page 2.

Epinephrine - Adrenaline
This is the chemical structure of epinephrine, also known as adrenaline. Page 3.

Estriol
This is the chemical structure of estriol. Page 10.

Estrone
This is the chemical structure of estrone. Page 11.

Ethane
Ethane. Chemistry. Page 12.

Ethanol
This is the space filling structure of ethanol. Page 13.

Ethylene Glycol
Ethylene Glycol. Chemistry. Page 19.

Ethaneperoxoic Acid - Peracetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethaneperoxoic acid, also known as peroxyacetic acid and peracetic acid. Page 50.

Ethyl Carbamate - Urethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethyl carbamate. Page 51.

6, 14-ethenomorphinan chemical structure
6, 14-ethenomorphinan chemical structure. Page 14.

Estradiol
Estradiol. Chemistry. Page 9.

Ether Functional Group
Ether Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 18.

Eburnamenine
This is the chemical structure of eburnamenine.

Emetan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of emetan. Page 4.

Ergoline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ergoline. Page 5.

Ergotaman Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ergotaman. Page 6.

Erythrianan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of erythrianan. Page 7.

Esarine
This is the chemical structure of esarine, or physostigmine. Page 8.

Ethylbenzene
This is the chemical structure of ethylbenzene. Page 15.

Ethylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ethylene. Page 16.

Xylene Chemical Structures
These are the chemical structures of ortho, meta, and para xylene. Page 17.

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

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

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

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

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

Why Is Urine Yellow? Why Are Feces Brown?
Have you ever wondered what chemical makes urine yellow? Here's a look at urine chemistry and the pigment responsible for the color.

How to Color Your Urine Safely
Have you ever wanted to color your urine or wondered what causes urine to become colored? If so, you're in luck, because I have the answer! Here's a little applied color chemistry for your entertainment and experimentation pleasure.

Double Displacement Chemical Reactions
Learn about double displacement reactions, one of the 5 main types of chemical reactions.

Combustion Chemical Reactions
Learn about combustion reactions, one of the main kinds of chemical reactions.

Single Displacement or Substitution Chemical Reactions
Learn about single displacement reactions, one of the 5 types of chemical reactions.

Decomposition Chemical Reactions
Learn about decomposition reactions, one of the 5 kinds of chemical reactions.

5 Main Kinds of Chemical Reactions
Here is a list, explanation, and examples of 5 simple chemical reactions. Sample chemical equations are given for each kind of chemical reaction.

Synthesis Reaction or Direct Combination Reaction
Learn about synthesis reactions or direct combination reactions, one of the 5 main types of chemical reactions.

More Types of Chemical Reactions
In addition to the 5 main types of chemical reactions, there are other important categories of reactions you should know.

Vinegar & Baking Soda Foam Fight
The foam fight is a twist on the classic baking soda volcano, where you use the ingredients to make squirt-able fountains of foam.

Null Hypothesis Examples
Here are examples of the null hypothesis along with an explanation of how to use the null hypothesis for scientific experiments.

Why Does Matter Change State?
This is the scientific explanation of why matter changes state from solid, liquid, gas, plasma, and other phases.

10 Interesting DNA Facts
DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid codes for your genetic make-up. There are lots of facts about DNA, but here are 10 that are particularly interesting, important, or fun.

Examples of Ionic Bonds and Ionic Compounds
Ionic compounds form when elements share electrons. Here are examples of ionic bonds and ionic compounds.

10 Examples of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life
Chemistry happens in the real world, not just a lab. Here are 10 examples of chemical reactions in everyday life.

Acid-Base Reactions Occur Every Day
Acid-base reactions are extremely common examples of everyday chemical reactions.

Soaps and Detergents Clean Via Everyday Chemical Reactions
Soap and detergents work via common chemical reactions.

Photosynthesis Is a Reaction To Make Food
Photosynthesis is a reaction that makes sugar and oxygen,

Aerobic Cellular Respiration Is a Reaction With Oxygen
Aerobic cellular respiration uses oxygen,

Anaerobic Respiration Is a Common Set of Reactions
Anaerobic respiration is an example of a chemical reaction that doesn't need oxygen.

Rust Is a Common Chemical Reaction
Rust is an example of an everyday chemical reaction.

Mixing Chemicals Causes Chemical Reactions
When you mix chemicals, chemical reactions occur.

Batteries Are Examples of Electrochemistry
Batteries work according to electrochemical reactions.

Digestion Involves Many Common Chemical Reactions
Many chemical reactions occur during digestion.

Combustion Is a Type of Chemical Reaction
Combustion or burning is a type of chemical reaction.

What Is the Difference Between Ice and Snow?
Learn about the difference between ice and snow, two forms of solid water.

Name the Three Types of RNA - RNA Types and Functions
One common homework and test question asks you to name the three types of RNA and list their functions. Here's the answer.

Synthesis Reactions (Description and Examples)
This is an explanation of what synthesis reactions are, the general form of the reaction, plus there are examples of synthesis reactions.

Red Colored Fire
Red fire is easy to make and burns very brightly.

Yellow Colored Fire
Many fuels burn with a yellow flame, plus there is a common household chemical that turns fire yellow.

Green Colored Fire
Green colored fire is one of the easiest types of colored flames to produce.

Blue Colored Fire
It's really easy to make blue fire, using either a pure fuel or by adding chemicals to the flames.

Violet or Purple Colored Fire
You can use common household chemicals to make purple or violet colored fire.

How To Make Colored Fire
These are simple instructions for making colored fire in all the colors of the rainbow.

Orange Colored Fire
It's easy to add a chemical to a fire to color the flames orange.

10 Chemical Change Examples
Chemical changes occur when chemical reactions between substances form new products. Get examples of 10 chemical changes in everyday life.

Homemade Non-Toxic Glue from Milk
Make your own white school glue or paste using milk and other common kitchen ingredients.

Natural Paper Mache Paste
Make your own natural paper mache paste using kitchen ingredients.

5 Easy Homemade Glue Recipes
Here are 5 easy recipes for homemade glue using common household ingredients.

Corn Starch and Corn Syrup Glue Recipe
This is an easy recipe for non-toxic glue made from corn starch and corn syrup.

Easy No-Cook Paste Recipe
Here's a quick and easy recipe for no-cook homemade paste.

Simple Flour and Water Glue or Paste
Make a basic glue or paste using water and flour. You can color the glue using food coloring or glitter, if desired.

How Many Elements Can Be Found Naturally?
There are 118 different elements currently on the periodic table. Several elements have only been found in laboratories and nuclear accelerators. How many elements can be found naturally in nature?

What Is an Example of Chemical Energy?
Chemical energy is stored inside an atom or molecule. Here is a list of examples of chemical energy.

What Are Greenhouse Gases?
This is a simple explanation of what greenhouse gases are and a list of common greenhouse gases.

Why Is the Krebs Cycle Called a Cycle?
This is simple explanation of why the Krebs cycle (citric acid cycle or tricarboxylic acid cycle) is called a cycle.

Inflate a Balloon With Dry Ice
You can use dry ice to make a balloon appear to inflate itself.

Make Spooky Dry Ice Fog
Learn how to make spooky dry ice fog.

Make Your Own Dry Ice
You can make homemade dry ice. It's an easy project and perfect if you can't buy dry ice where you live.

Bubbling Ice Cream Made With Dry Ice
If you make ice cream using dry ice, the result is bubbling, fizzy ice cream.

Make Fizzy Fruit Using Dry Ice
You can make fresh or frozen fruit fizzy using dry ice. It's easy and fun!

Make a Singing Spoon
Learn how to make a spoon seem to sing using dry ice.

Freeze Bubbles With Dry Ice
Use dry ice to freeze bubbles. Make bubbles float on carbon dioxide and freeze with intricate frost patterns.

Make a Fancy Cocktail with Dry Ice
Dry ice cocktail are all the rage. Here's how to make a drink that bubbles and smokes, safely.

Make a Crystal Ball Using Dry Ice
It's easy to fill a soap bubble with dry ice vapor to make a cloudy crystal ball.

Dry Ice Projects
Here's a collection of cool dry ice projects to try. Don't have dry ice? You can make your own!

Carbonated Ice Cream
This chocolate ice cream is bubbly and carbonated because it was frozen using dry ice. (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 14.

Dry Ice Bubble
Dry Ice Bubble (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 4.

Dry Ice Bubbles
Dry Ice Bubbles (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 2.

Dry Ice Chunks
These are some chunks of dry ice, which is solid carbon dioxide. (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 16.

Dry Ice Erupting Volcano Cake
Dry Ice Erupting Volcano Cake (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 8.

Dry Ice Fog
You can make dry ice fog simply by dropping a chunk of dry ice into a cup of water. If you use more dry ice and warmer water, you can flood a room with eerie dry ice fog. (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 15.

Dry Ice Smoking Jack-o-Lantern
Dry Ice Smoking Jack-o-Lantern (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 5.

Dry Ice in Colored Water
Dry Ice in Colored Water (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 6.

Dry Ice in Water
Dry Ice in Water (Dry Ice Photo Gallery)

Frozen Bubble
Frozen Bubble (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 7.

Glowing Bloody Hand in Punch
Glowing Bloody Hand in Punch (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 10.

Glowing Dry Ice Drink
Glowing Dry Ice Drink (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 9.

Glowing Hand of Doom Punch
Glowing Hand of Doom Punch (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 11.

Dry Ice Crystal Structure
Dry Ice Crystal Structure (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 13.

Dry Ice Pellets
Dry Ice Pellets (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Dry Ice in Water
Dry Ice in Water (Dry Ice Photo Gallery). Page 12.

Garnet - Almandine Garnet or Carbuncle - Mineral Specimens
Almandine garnet, which is also known as carbuncle, is an iron-aluminum garnet. (Mineral Photos). Page 87.

Trinitite or Atomsite or Alamogordo Glass - Mineral Specimens
Trinitite, also known as atomsite or Alamogordo glass, is the glass produced when the Trinity nuclear bomb test melting the ground of the desert near Alamogordo, New Mexico. (Mineral Photos). Page 92.

Chalcanthite Crystals - Mineral Specimens
These are crystals of copper sulfate which forms a mineral known as chalcanthite. (Mineral Photos). Page 93.

Moldavite - Mineral Specimens
Moldavite is a green natural glass that may be formed as the result of a meteorite impact. (Mineral Photos). Page 94.

Trinitite - Mineral Specimens
This is a sample of trinitite, mounted in a specimen case. (Mineral Photos)

Apatite Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Apatite is the name given to a group of phosphate minerals. (Mineral Photos). Page 6.

Chrysocolla - Mineral Specimens
This is a polished nugget of the mineral chrysocolla. Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper silicate. (Mineral Photos). Page 18.

Cymophane or Catseye Chrysoberyl - Mineral Specimens
Cymophane or catseye chrysoberyl exhibits chatoyancy due to needle-like inclusions of rutile. (Mineral Photos). Page 23.

Heliodor Crystal - Mineral Specimens
Heliodor is also known as golden beryl. (Mineral Photos). Page 38.

Jasper - Mineral Specimens
Polished orbicular jasper from Madagascar. (Mineral Photos). Page 43.

Rare Earth Ore - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of a rare earth ore, which contains several rare earth elements. (Mineral Photos). Page 89.

Garnet - Spessartine Garnet - Mineral Specimens
Spessartine or spessartite is manganese aluminum garnet. (Mineral Photos). Page 86.

Garnet - Faceted Garnet - Mineral Specimens
This is a faceted garnet. (Mineral Photos). Page 31.

Tanzanite - Mineral Specimens
Tanzanite is blue-purple gemstone-quality zoisite. (Mineral Photos). Page 79.

Topaz Crystal - Mineral Specimens
Topaz is an aluminum silicate mineral that occurs in a wide variety of colors, though the pure crystal is colorless. (Mineral Photos). Page 81.

Topaz - Mineral Specimens
Topaz is an aluminum silicate mineral. (Mineral Photos). Page 80.

Tourmaline - Mineral Specimens
Tri-color elbaite tourmaline crystals with quartz from the Himalaya Mine, California. (Mineral Photos). Page 83.

Green Tourmaline - Mineral Specimens
Tourmaline is a crystalline silicate mineral. (Mineral Photos). Page 84.

Turquoise - Mineral Specimens
Turquoise is an opaque blue-to-green mineral consisting of a hydrous phosphate of copper and aluminum. (Mineral Photos). Page 85.

Ruby - Mineral Specimens
Ruby is the name given to the red variety of the mineral corundum (aluminum oxide). (Mineral Photos). Page 61.

Ruby - Mineral Specimens
Ruby is the red gemstone form of the mineral corundum. (Mineral Photos). Page 62.

Ruby - Mineral Specimens
Ruby is the red variety of the mineral corundum. (Mineral Photos). Page 63.

Cut Ruby - Mineral Specimens
Ruby is red corundum. (Mineral Photos). Page 64.

Sapphire - Mineral Specimens
Sapphires are corundum in every color except red, which is called ruby. (Mineral Photos). Page 67.

Spinel - Mineral Specimens
Spinels are a class of minerals that crystallize in the cubic system. (Mineral Photos). Page 73.

Sugilite or Luvulite - Mineral Specimens
Sugilite or luvulite is an uncommon pink to purple cyclosilicate mineral. (Mineral Photos). Page 74.

Arsenic - Mineral Specimens
Natural arsenic with quartz and calcite, from Ste. Marie-aux-mines, Alsace, France. Specimen is at the Natural History Museum, London. (Mineral Photos). Page 8.

Labradorite or Spectrolite - Mineral Specimens
This is an example of the feldspar known as labradorite or spectrolite. (Mineral Photos). Page 46.

Opal - Banded - Mineral Specimens
Massive opal from Barco River, Queensland, Australia. Photo of specimen at the Natural History Museum, London. (Mineral Photos). Page 54.

Opal - Rough - Mineral Specimens
Veins of opal in a iron-rich rock from Australia. Photo taken from specimen at the Natural History Museum, London. (Mineral Photos). Page 56.

Quartz with Rutile - Mineral Specimens
This quartz crystal contains needles of the mineral rutile, which is titanium dioxide. (Mineral Photos). Page 66.

Star Sapphire - Mineral Specimens
Sapphire is a gemstone form of the mineral corundum. (Mineral Photos). Page 68.

Colombian Emerald - Mineral Specimens
Many gemstone-quality emeralds come from Colombia. (Mineral Photos). Page 27.

Fluorite Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Fluorite or fluorspar is an isometric mineral composed of calcium fluoride. (Mineral Photos). Page 29.

Garnet - Mineral Specimens
There are six species of garnet, which are categorized according to their chemical composition. (Mineral Photos). Page 33.

Iolite - Mineral Specimens
Iolite is the name for gemstone-quality cordierite. Iolite typically is violet blue. (Mineral Photos). Page 42.

Kyanite - Mineral Specimens
Kyanite is a sky-blue metamorphic mineral. (Mineral Photos). Page 45.

Morganite Crystal - Mineral Specimens
Morganite is the pink gemstone variety of beryl. (Mineral Photos). Page 50.

Smoky Quartz Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Smoky quartz is a silicate. (Mineral Photos). Page 71.

Beryl or Emerald Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Emerald is the green gemstone form of the mineral beryl. Beryl is a beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate. (Mineral Photos). Page 14.

Chrysoberyl - Mineral Specimens
The mineral or gemstone chrysoberyl is a beryllium aluminate. (Mineral Photos). Page 17.

Rough Diamond - Mineral Specimens
Diamond is a crystal form of carbon. (Mineral Photos). Page 24.

Emerald Crystal - Mineral Specimens
Emerald is the green gemstone variety of beryl, a beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate. (Mineral Photos). Page 28.

Emerald Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Emerald is the green gemstone form of the mineral beryl. (Mineral Photos). Page 26.

Jasper - Mineral Specimens
Jasper is an opaque, impure mineral composed of silica. (Mineral Photos). Page 44.

Carnelian - Mineral Specimens
Carnelian is a reddish form of chalcedony. (Mineral Photos). Page 16.

Diamond Picture - Mineral Specimens
Diamond is a carbon mineral which is highly valued as a gemstone. (Mineral Photos). Page 25.

Garnets in Quartz - Mineral Specimens
Sample from China of garnet crystals with quartz. (Mineral Photos). Page 32.

Heliotrope or Bloodstone - Mineral Specimens
Heliotrope, also known as bloodstone, is one of the gemstone forms of the mineral chalcedony (Mineral Photos). Page 39.

Red Topaz - Mineral Specimens
Topaz which contains minute quantities of impurities is colored. (Mineral Photos). Page 82.

Rough Beryl Crystals - Mineral Specimens
This is an assortment of rough beryl crystals. (Mineral Photos). Page 13.

Sapphire - Mineral Specimens
Sapphire is a gemstone form of cordundum. (Mineral Photos). Page 69.

Borax - Mineral Specimens
This is a photo of borax crystals from California. Borax is sodium tetraborate or disodium tetraborate. (Mineral Photos). Page 15.

Halite or Salt Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Halite is the mineral form of table salt, NaCl. (Mineral Photos). Page 35.

Halite - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of halite, or salt crystals. (Mineral Photos). Page 37.

Native Copper - Mineral Specimens
This is a specimen of native copper from the Willems Miner Collection. (Mineral Photos). Page 22.

Rock Salt Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of crystals of rock salt, natural sodium chloride. (Mineral Photos). Page 36.

Silver Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of crystals of silver metal, with a penny included to indicate the size of the sample. (Mineral Photos). Page 70.

Copper - Native - Mineral Specimens
Crystals of copper metal, with a penny to show scale. (Mineral Photos). Page 21.

Gold Nugget - Mineral Specimens
This is a nugget of native gold. (Mineral Photos). Page 34.

Green Sand - Mineral Specimens
This sand is green because it is made from olivine from a volcano. (Mineral Photos). Page 52.

Olivine or Peridot - Mineral Specimens
Gemstone-quality olivine is called peridot. (Mineral Photos). Page 53.

Platinum Group Metal Ore - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of platinum metal ore, which contains many of the metals from the platinum group. (Mineral Photos). Page 57.

Sulfur Crystals - Mineral Specimens
These are crystals of sulfur, one of the nonmetallic elements. (Mineral Photos). Page 76.

Sulfur - Mineral Specimens
Crystals of the nonmetallic element sulfur. (Mineral Photos). Page 77.

Agate - Mineral Specimens
This is an example of agate. The red-banded agate is known as sard or sardonyx. (Mineral Photos). Page 2.

Alexandrite - Mineral Specimens
This cushion-cut alexandrite is bluish green in daylight and purplish red in incandescent light. (Mineral Photos). Page 4.

Amethyst - Mineral Specimens
Amethyst is purple quartz, a silicate. (Mineral Photos). Page 3.

Ametrine - Mineral Specimens
Ametrine is also called trystine or bolivianite. (Mineral Photos). Page 5.

Aquamarine - Mineral Specimens
Beryl that is blue is termed aquamarine. (Mineral Photos). Page 7.

Aventurine - Mineral Specimens
Aventurine is a form of quartz which contains mineral inclusions that give a glistening effect known as aventurescence. (Mineral Photos). Page 9.

Benitoite - Mineral Specimens
These are blue crystals of the rare barium titanium silicate mineral called benitoite. (Mineral Photos). Page 12.

Olivine in Lava - Mineral Specimens
Olivine may be found in igenous rock, such as lava. (Mineral Photos). Page 51.

Azurite - Mineral Specimens
Azurite is a soft blue copper mineral. (Mineral Photos). Page 11.

Azurite - Mineral Specimens
Azurite is a deep blue copper mineral. Exposure to light, heat and air all can fade its color. (Mineral Photos). Page 10.

Manganese Ore - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of manganese ore, with a penny to indicate the scale of the the sample size. (Mineral Photos). Page 90.

Mercury Ore - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of mercury ore, with a penny included to show sample size. (Mineral Photos). Page 91.

Pyrite or Fool's Gold Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Pyrite is sometimes called Fool's Gold. (Mineral Photos). Page 59.

Pyrite - Mineral Specimens
The mineral pyrite is an iron sulfide. (Mineral Photos). Page 58.

Sunstone - Oligoclase Sunstone - Mineral Specimens
Sunstone is a sodium calcium aluminum silicate. Sunstone contains inclusions of red hematite that give it a sun-spangled appearance. (Mineral Photos). Page 78.

Citrine - Mineral Specimens
Citrine (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 19.

Fluorite or Fluorspar Crystals - Mineral Specimens
Fluorite or Fluorspar Crystals (Mineral Photos). Page 30.

Hematite - Mineral Specimens
Hematite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 40.

Malachite - Mineral Specimens
Malachite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 48.

Opal Specimen - Mineral Specimens
Opal (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 55.

Quartz - Mineral Specimens
Quartz (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 60.

Rutile Needles - Mineral Specimens
Rutile Needles (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 65.

Copper Form - Mineral Specimens
Copper (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 20.

Hiddenite - Mineral Specimens
Hiddenite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 41.

Mica - Mineral Specimens
Mica (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 47.

Monazite - Mineral Specimens
Monazite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 49.

Sodalite - Mineral Specimens
Sodalite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 72.

Tin Ore - Mineral Specimens
Photograph of tin ore in a vial, with a penny included to show the size of the sample. (Mineral Photos). Page 88.

Sugilite - Mineral Specimens
Sugilite (Mineral Photos). Chemistry. Page 75.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Mineral Photo Gallery
Welcome to the mineral photo gallery. Minerals are natural inorganic chemical compounds. These are photographs of minerals, along with a look at their chemical composition.

Ibuprofen 3-D Structure - Drugs
This is the three-dimensional chemical structure of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen. (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 27.

Ibuprofen Chemical Structure - Drugs
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of ibuprofen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 28.

Rohypnol Pills - Drugs
This is a picture of some Rohypnol pills in their packaging. (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 51.

Rohypnol Pills - Drugs
This is a photo of Rohypnol pills. The present form of the drug is imprinted with 542 and supplied as a 1-milligram dose in an olive green, oblong tablet. (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 50.

Bath Salts or MDPV Chemical Structure - Drugs
This is the chemical structure for methylenedioxypyrovalerone or MDPV, which is the designer drug commonly called

Bath Salts or MDPV - Drugs
Bath Salts are a stimulant designer drug. Aura is one of the brand names of this drug. (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 57.

Crystal Meth Photo - Drugs
Crystal Meth Photo (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 14.

Heroin - Drugs
Heroin (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 23.

Hydrocodone Capsules - Drugs
Hydrocodone Capsules (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 26.

Hydrocodone Pills - Drugs
Hydrocodone Pills (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 25.

Ketamine Structure - Drugs
Ketamine Structure (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 30.

Opium Photo - Drugs
Opium Photo (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 45.

Oxycontin Pills - Drugs
Oxycontin Pills (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 48.

Amphetamine Chemical Structure - Drugs
Amphetamine Chemical Structure (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 2.

Compressed Cocaine Powder - Drugs
Compressed Cocaine Powder (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 10.

Ecstasy Pills - Drugs
Ecstasy Pills (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 40.

Ketamine - Drugs
Ketamine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 31.

Khat - Drugs
Khat (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 29.

Marijuana - Drugs
Marijuana (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 36.

Opium Poppy - Drugs
Opium Poppy (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 46.

PCP or Phencyclidine - Drugs
PCP or Phencyclidine (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 49.

Coca Plant - Drugs
Coca Plant (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 7.

Cocaine Hydrochloride Powder - Drugs
Cocaine Hydrochloride Powder (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 9.

Ecstasy Pills - Drugs
Ecstasy Pills (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 18.

Heroin, Black Tar - Drugs
Heroin, Black Tar (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 24.

LSD Liquid - Drugs
LSD Liquid (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 35.

Lipitor (Atorvastatin) - Drugs
Lipitor (Atorvastatin) (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 32.

Thalidomide - Drugs
Thalidomide (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 53.

LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide - Drugs
LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 34.

Cannabis - Drugs
Cannabis (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 5.

Crack Cocaine - Drugs
Crack Cocaine (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 12.

LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide - Drugs
LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 33.

Marijuana - Drugs
Marijuana (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 37.

Taxol or Paclitaxel - Drugs
Taxol or Paclitaxel (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 52.

Flunitrazepam or Rohypnol - Drugs
Flunitrazepam or Rohypnol (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 21.

MDMA or Ecstasy - Drugs
MDMA or Ecstasy (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 39.

Methylphenidate or Ritalin - Drugs
Methylphenidate or Ritalin (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 42.

THC - Drugs
THC Tetrahydrocannabinol (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 54.

Vasopressin - Drugs
Vasopressin (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 55.

Acetaminophen or Paracetamol - Drugs
Acetaminophen or Paracetamol (Drug Photo Gallery)

Acetylsalicylic Acid or Aspirin - Drugs
Acetylsalicylic Acid or Aspirin (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Chloramphenicol - Drugs
Chloramphenicol (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 6.

Cocaine - Drugs
Cocaine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 8.

Morphine - Drugs
Morphine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 43.

Nicotine - Drugs
Nicotine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 44.

Botulinum Toxin - Botox - Drugs
Botulinum Toxin - Botox (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 4.

Cortisol - Drugs
Cortisol (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 11.

Creatine - Drugs
Creatine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 13.

Depo-Testosterone - Drugs
Depo-Testosterone (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 16.

Dopamine - Drugs
Dopamine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 17.

Ephedrine - Drugs
Ephedrine (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 19.

Epinephrine or Adrenaline - Drugs
Epinephrine or Adrenaline (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 20.

Crystal Meth - Drugs
Crystal Meth (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 15.

Heroin - Drugs
Heroin (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 22.

Methamphetamine - Drugs
Methamphetamine Photo - Drugs. Chemistry. Page 38.

Methamphetamine - Drugs
Methamphetamine (Drug Photo Gallery). Page 41.

Oxycodone - Drugs
Oxycodone (Drug Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 47.

Drugs - Photo Gallery
See the molecular structures of common drugs, including drugs of abuse. Photos of the drugs themselves are also included.

Drugs - Photo Gallery
See the molecular structures of common drugs, including drugs of abuse. Photos of the drugs themselves are also included.

Drugs - Photo Gallery
See the molecular structures of common drugs, including drugs of abuse. Photos of the drugs themselves are also included.

Drugs - Photo Gallery
See the molecular structures of common drugs, including drugs of abuse. Photos of the drugs themselves are also included.

Body-Centered Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice
Body-Centered Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 11.

Face-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Face-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 14.

Body-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Body-Centered Cubic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 13.

Hexagonal Bravais Crystal Lattice
Hexagonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 8.

Rhombohedral or Trigonal Bravais Crystal Lattice
Rhombohedral or Trigonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 9.

Simple Cubic or Isometric Bravais Crystal Lattice
Simple Cubic or Isometric Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 12.

Simple Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice
Simple Tetragonal Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 10.

Triclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice
A triclinic crystal is described by vectors of unequal length. All three vectors are not mutually orthogonal.

Bravais Crystal Lattices
There are 14 distinct Bravais crystal lattices. The lattices can be used to describe the geometrical symmetry of a crystal. The Bravais lattices are sometimes called space lattices.

Buchner Flask - Diagram
Buchner Flask (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Buchner Funnel - Photo
Buchner Funnel (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 4.

Burette Image
Burette (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 6.

Cold Finger - Photo
Cold Finger (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 7.

Freidrichs Condenser - Diagram
Freidrichs Condenser (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 15.

Gas Syringe - Photo
Gas Syringe (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 18.

NMR Tubes - Photo
NMR Tubes (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 21.

Pycnometer - Photo
Pycnometer (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 24.

Round Bottom Flasks - Diagram
Round Bottom Flasks (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 26.

Schlenk Flasks - Diagram
Schlenk Flasks (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 27.

Stopcock - Photo
Stopcock (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 31.

Thistle Tube - Photo
Thistle Tube (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 34.

Water Distillation Equipment - Photo
This is a typical equipment set up for double distillation of water. (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 37.

Beakers - Photo
Beakers (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery)

Boiling Tube - Photo
Boiling Tube (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 2.

Buret or Burette
Buret or Burette (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 5.

Condenser - Photo
Condenser (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 8.

Crucible - Photo
Crucible (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 9.

Cuvette - Photo
Cuvette (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 10.

Erlenmeyer Bulb - Photo
Erlenmeyer Bulb (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 12.

Eudiometer - Photo
Eudiometer. Chemistry. Page 13.

Florence Flask or Boiling Flask - Photo
Florence Flask or Boiling Flask (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 14.

Funnel - Photo
Funnel (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 16.

Funnels - Photo
Funnels (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 17.

Glass Bottles with Ground Glass Stoppers - Photo
Glass Bottles (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 19.

Graduated Cylinder - Photo
Graduated Cylinder (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 20.

Petri Dishes - Photo
Petri Dishes (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 22.

Pipet or Pipette - Photo
Pipet or Pipette (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 23.

Retort - Photo
Retort (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 25.

Separatory Funnel - Photo
Separatory Funnel (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 29.

Separatory Funnels - Photo
Separatory Funnels (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 28.

Soxhlet Extractor - Diagram
Soxhlet Extractor (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 30.

Test Tube - Photo
Test Tube (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 32.

Thiele Tube - Diagram
Thiele Tube (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 33.

Volumetric Flask - Photo
Volumetric Flask (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 35.

Watch Glass - Photo
Watch Glass (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 36.

Erlenmeyer Flask - Photo
Erlenmeyer Flask (Lab Glassware Photo Gallery). Page 11.

Chemistry Laboratory Glassware Gallery
Learn the names and uses of different types of chemistry laboratory glassware.