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

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

Colored Fire Pinecone
All you need to do to make a colored fire pinecone is sprinkle the pinecone with a non-toxic colorant. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 20.

Green Fire Pinecone
All it takes to make a pinecone burn with a green flame is to sprinkle a little boric acid onto it. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 19.

Green Fire
Dr. Helmenstine demonstrates how easy it is to make green fire using boric acid. Boron has a characteristic green emission spectrum. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 18.

Multicolored Flame Pinecone
It's easy to make colored fire pinecones. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 26.

Microgravity Flames
This stunning artwork was made using three separate images of flames produced in microgravity. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 25.

Burning Money Trick
This $20 is on fire, but it is not being consumed by the flames. Do you know how the trick is done? (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 17.

Fire Devil
Fire Devil (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 2.

Violet Flames
Violet Flames (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 15.

Blue Fire
Copper chloride is one of the chemicals which produces blue flames when added to a fire. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 21.

Thermite Reaction
Thermite consists of aluminum powder together with a metal oxide, usually iron oxide. The thermite reaction basically involves burning metal. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 22.

Ice on Fire
This image shows the methane clathrate structure and burning pieces of methane ice. The 'ice' drips water as it burns. (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 23.

Finger and Flame
Do you wish you could use your finger as a candle? (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 24.

Candle
Photograph of a Burning Candle (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 11.

Fire & Ice
Fire & Ice (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 7.

Fire
Fire (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 13.

Fireplace
Fireplace (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 12.

Fireworks
Fireworks (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 10.

Green Fire
Green Fire (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 6.

Match
Match (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 14.

Red Fire
Red Fire (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 16.

Bar Fire
Bar Fire (Fire Photo Gallery). Chemistry. Page 4.

Bunsen Burner
Bunsen Burner (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 5.

Chip Pan Fire
Chip Pan Fire (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Fireworks that Resemble Palm Trees
Fireworks that Resemble Palm Trees (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 8.

Flaming Drinks
Flaming Drinks (Fire Photo Gallery)

Sparkler
Photograph of a Sparkler (Fire Photo Gallery). Page 9.

Fire & Flames Photo Gallery
Fire and flames are the visible result of combustion. Usually they consist of light and hot gases. Here's a look at some fire, flames, and pyrotechnics.

Fire & Flames Photo Gallery
Fire and flames are the visible result of combustion. Usually they consist of light and hot gases. Here's a look at some fire, flames, and pyrotechnics.

Fire & Flames Photo Gallery
Fire and flames are the visible result of combustion. Usually they consist of light and hot gases. Here's a look at some fire, flames, and pyrotechnics.

Black/White Fire Extinguisher Sign - Free Images
Black/White Fire Extinguisher Sign (Download or Print). Page 13.

Eyewash Sign or Symbol - Free Images
Eyewash Sign or Symbol (Download or Print). Page 3.

Eyewash Sign - Free Images
Eyewash Sign (Download or Print). Page 14.

Fire Extinguisher Sign - Free Images
Fire Extinguisher Sign (Download or Print). Page 11.

Fire Extinguisher Sign - Free Images
Fire Extinguisher Clipart (Download or Print). Page 12.

First Aid Sign - Free Images
First Aid Sign (Download or Print)

Safety Shower Sign or Symbol - Free Images
This is the sign or symbol for a safety shower. (Download or Print). Page 2.

Defibrillator Sign - Free Images
This sign indicates the location of a defibrillator or AED. (Download or Print). Page 5.

Emergency Call Button Sign - Free Images
This sign indicates the location of an emergency call button, usually used in case of a fire. (Download or Print). Page 9.

Assembly or Evacuation Point Sign - Free Images
This sign indicates the emergency assembly location or emergency evacuation location. (Download or Print). Page 4.

Escape Route Sign - Free Images
This sign indicates the direction of the emergency escape route or emergency exit. (Download or Print). Page 6.

Fire Blanket Safety Sign - Free Images
This safety sign indicates the location of a fire blanket. (Download or Print). Page 10.

Fire Extinguisher Sign - Free Images
This safety sign indicates the location of a fire extinguisher. (Download or Print). Page 7.

Fire Hose Safety Sign - Free Images
This safety sign indicates the location of a fire hose. (Download or Print). Page 8.

Free Lab Safety Signs
This is a collection of free lab safety signs that are intended to identify lab safety equipment or to provide helpful information in the event of an emergency.

Free Lab Safety Signs
This is a collection of free lab safety signs that are intended to identify lab safety equipment or to provide helpful information in the event of an emergency.

Octahedral Molecular Geometry
Shown is the three-dimensional structure for octahedral molecular geometry. Page 13.

Pentagonal Bipyramidal Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional ball-and-stick representation of the pentagonal bipyramidal molecular geometry. Page 12.

Pentagonal Pyramidal Geometry
This is the three-dimensional ball-and-stick structure of pentagonal pyramidal molecular geometry. Page 14.

Square Pyramidal Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional structure of square pyramidal molecular geometry. Page 11.

Tetrahedral Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional structure formed by the tetrahedral molecular geometry. Page 7.

Trigonal Bipyramidal Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional structure of trigonal bipyramidal molecular geometry. Page 10.

Bent Molecular Geometry
The bent molecular geometry may be seen in certain cases where there are 3 and 4 electron domains in a molecule. Page 3.

Diatomic Molecular Geometry
Diatomic molecules exhibit a linear molecular geometry.

Linear Molecular Geometry
There are two electron pairs around the central atom in a molecule with linear molecular geometry. Page 2.

Seesaw Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional structure of the seesaw molecular geometry. Page 8.

Square Planar Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional structure for square planar molecular geometry. Page 9.

T-Shaped Molecular Geometry
This is the configuration for the T-shaped molecular geometry. Page 6.

Trigonal Planar Geometry
The trigonal planar geometry has three electron domains. Page 4.

Trigonal Pyramidal Molecular Geometry
This is the three-dimensional configuration of the trigonal pyramidal molecular geometry. Page 5.

VSEPR Molecular Geometry Configurations - Molecule Shapes
These are the molecular geometry configurations predicted using VSEPR theory or Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion theory.

Ionizing Radiation Symbol
Ionizing Radiation Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 10.

Laser Radiation Symbol
Laser Radiation Symbol. Chemistry. Page 9.

Non-Ionizing Radiation Symbol
Non-Ionizing Radiation Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 6.

Original Radiation Warning Symbol
The original radiation warning symbol was devised in 1946. (Photo Gallery)

Radiation Symbol
Radiation Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 12.

Simple Radiation Warning Symbol
Simple Radiation Warning Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 2.

Radioactive Diamond Sign
Radioactive Diamond Sign (Photo Gallery). Page 11.

Radioactive Symbol
Radioactive Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 8.

Red Ionizing Radiation Symbol
Red Ionizing Radiation Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Laser Warning Sign
Laser Warning Sign (Photo Gallery). Page 5.

Nuclear Weapon Symbol
Nuclear Weapon Symbol. Chemistry. Page 7.

Optical Radiation Symbol
Optical Radiation Symbol (Photo Gallery). Page 4.

Vibrant Colored Periodic Table Wallpaper
This vividly colored periodic table image can be used as a desktop wallpaper or you can download it to save to your computer or print. It is optimized for a 1920x1080 resolution. Page 21.

Periodic Table Wallpaper With Black Background
This periodic table image can be downloaded to print or used as a desktop wallpaper. It is optimized for a 1920x1080 resolution. Page 20.

Element Isotopes Periodic Table
This periodic table groups elements by the half-life of the element's most stable isotope and shows the number of each element's known isotopes. Page 22.

Color Printable Periodic Table - 2013 Edition
This free color printable periodic table has a white background. It includes element names, symbols, atomic numbers, atomic weights, element groups, and periods.

Periodic Table Wallpaper - White Background
This free periodic table wallpaper has a white background. It includes element names, symbols, atomic numbers, atomic weights, element groups, and periods. Page 23.

Periodic Table Wallpaper - Black Background
This vividly-colored periodic table wallpaper includes element names, symbols, atomic numbers, atomic weights, periods, and groups. This table has a black background. Page 24.

Black and White Periodic Table
This is a free black and white printable periodic table of the elements that you can download. Page 2.

Element Natural State Periodic Table
This printable periodic table indicates the natural state of each of the chemical elements. Page 11.

Free Printable Periodic Tables (PDF)
Sometimes it's nice to have a paper version of the periodic table of the elements that you can refer to when working problems or doing experiments in the lab. This is a collection of periodic tables that you can print and use.

CR Gas - Chemical Weapon
CR Gas (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 6.

CS Gas or Tear Gas - Chemical Weapon
CS Gas or Tear Gas (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 7.

Chlorine Gas Attack - WWI - Chemical Weapon
Chlorine Gas Attack - WWI (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 4.

Cyanogen Chloride - Chemical Weapon
Cyanogen Chloride (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 2.

Gas Masks - WWI - Chemical Weapon
Gas Masks - WWI - Chemical Weapon (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 5.

Machine Gun Crew Wearing Gas Masks - Chemical Weapon
Machine Gun Crew Wearing Gas Masks (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 28.

Hydrogen Sulfide - Chemical Weapon
Hydrogen Sulfide (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 11.

Mustard Gas Burns Photo
Mustard Gas Burns (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 21.

Novichok Agents - Chemical Weapon
Novichok Agents (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 13.

Tear Gas in Use - Chemical Weapon
Tear Gas in Use (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 8.

World War I Gas Attack - Photo
World War I Gas Attack (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 27.

World War I Gas Attack - Chemical Weapon
World War I Gas Attack Image (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 26.

Chemical Weapon Symbol
Chemical Weapon Symbol (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery)

Chlorine Gas - Chemical Weapon
Chlorine Gas (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 3.

Cyclosarin - Chemical Weapon
Cyclosarin (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 9.

Hydrogen Cyanide - Chemical Weapon
Hydrogen Cyanide (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 10.

Lewisite - Chemical Weapon
Lewisite (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 12.

Mustard Gas Burns - Chemical Weapon
Mustard Gas Burns (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 20.

Phosgene - Chemical Weapon
Phosgene (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 14.

QNB or NATO code BZ - Chemical Weapon
QNB or NATO code BZ (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 23.

Ricin Structure - Chemical Weapon
Ricin Structure protein chemical weapon warfare agent (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 15.

Sarin - Chemical Weapon
Sarin Structure (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 16.

Soman - Chemical Weapon
Soman (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 17.

Sulfur Mustard - Chemical Weapon
Sulfur Mustard Structure (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 19.

Sulfur Mustard - Chemical Weapon
3D Sulfur Mustard Molecule (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 18.

Tabun - Chemical Weapon
Tabun chemical structure. (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 22.

VX - Chemical Weapon
VX is one of the most lethal nerve agents. (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 25.

VX - Chemical Weapon
VX is one of the most lethal nerve agents. (Chemical Weapons Photo Gallery). Page 24.

Chemical Weapons
See the chemical structures of chemical weapons and warfare agents and learn a little about their uses.

Chemical Weapons
See the chemical structures of chemical weapons and warfare agents and learn a little about their uses.

Bromine Liquid
This is a picture of the element bromine in a vial encased in a block of acrylic. Bromine is liquid at room temperature. Page 4.

Cesium Liquid
This is an ampule containing pure cesium or caesium metal, which is a liquid at elevated temperatures. Page 5.

Chlorine Liquid
This is a sample of the element chlorine in its liquid form. Chlorine liquid and gas are yellow. Page 7.

Copper Liquid
Copper is a reddish metal. When melted, copper liquid is pink. Page 8.

Liquid Mercury
The element mercury is a dense silvery liquid at room temperature. Page 9.

Rubidium Liquid
This is a sample of pure liquid rubidium metal. The colored rubidium superoxide is visible inside the ampule. Page 6.

Adamantane Chemical Strucure
This is the chemical structure of adamantane.

DEAD
This is the chemical structure of DEAD diethyl azodicarboxylate. Page 12.

Megaphone
Megaphone. Chemistry. Page 16.

Urea
Urea. Chemistry. Page 23.

Liquid Gallium
This is a picture of pure gallium metal crystallizing from melted liquid gallium. Page 10.

Molecules with Strange or Silly Names
Molecules don't always have long alphabet-soup names. Chemists have a sense of humor. Sometimes molecules have amusing names. Here are some examples of molecules with funny, strange, or silly names.

Molecules with Strange or Silly Names
Molecules don't always have long alphabet-soup names. Chemists have a sense of humor. Sometimes molecules have amusing names. Here are some examples of molecules with funny, strange, or silly names.

Molecules with Strange or Silly Names
Molecules don't always have long alphabet-soup names. Chemists have a sense of humor. Sometimes molecules have amusing names. Here are some examples of molecules with funny, strange, or silly names.

Liquid Nitrogen
This is a photo of liquid nitrogen being poured from a dewar. Page 3.

Oxygen Liquid
Liquid oxygen is blue. Chemistry.

Sulfur Liquid
Elemental sulfur melts from a yellow solid into a blood-red liquid. It burns with a blue flame. Page 2.

Dispersion of Light through a Prism
This animation illustrates the dispersion of white light through a prism. Page 5.

Solar Spectrum
Solar Spectrum. Chemistry. Page 4.

Chemist Examining a Liquid Sample
This chemist is examining a flask of liquid.

Chemist Pouring a Solution
Synthetic chemist Julie Perkins pours a chemical from a round-bottom flask. Page 12.

Chemist Preparing a Fuel Cell
Argonne chemist Laura Miller prepares a fuel cell sample. Page 13.

Chemist Preparing a Sample
Cornell Student Taran Sirvent prepares Hypericum perforatum for chemical analysis. Page 10.

Chemist with Thermometer
This young chemist is taking measurements with a thermometer. Page 9.

Scientist Examines KDP Crystal
Scientist examines a KDP crystal at the National Ignition Facility. Page 11.

Teen Chemist
It's amazing how far a little dry ice and a wild hairstyle can get you! Learn how to do experiments like this teen mad scientist. Page 14.

Female Chemist with Flask
This female chemist is holding a flask of liquid. Page 15.

Chemist Performing an Analysis
Chemical Analysis. Chemistry. Page 4.

Chemist Demonstrating Pipetting
This guy is taking no chances. He is wearing full protective gear while micropipetting. Page 6.

Chemist Testing a Sample
Chemist Jerry Socha tests a sample at Discovery Labs May 9, 2003 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Discovery Labs is the developer of Sufraxin, an engineered version of natural human lung surfactant. Page 3.

Chemist with Flasks
This chemist displays flasks of ink in soybean oil and a petroleum-derived oil. Page 2.

Scientists Using a Transmission Electron Microscope
Peter Cooke explaining the use of transmission electron microscope. Page 5.

Chemist Performing an Enzyme Extraction
This chemist is performing an enzyme extraction. Page 8.

Sample Extraction
This USDA scientist is performing a sample extraction. Page 7.

Chemists - Photos of Chemists
This is a photo gallery of chemists doing chemistry. Many chemists may spend quite a lot of time at a desk or with a computer, but interacting with chemistry lab equipment often goes with the job.

Chemists - Photos of Chemists
This is a photo gallery of chemists doing chemistry. Many chemists may spend quite a lot of time at a desk or with a computer, but interacting with chemistry lab equipment often goes with the job.

Hydrobromic Acid Structure
This is the chemical structure of hydrobromic acid, HBr, one of the strong acids. Page 42.

Hydrogen Iodide or Hydroiodic 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.

Perchloric Acid - 2-D Structure of Perchloric Acid
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of perchloric acid, showing the bond angles between the atoms in perchloric acid. Page 41.

Perchloric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the three-dimensional chemical structure of perchloric acid, one of the strong acids. Page 2.

Chemistry
This is the chemical structure of boric acid. Page 48.

Carbonic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of carbonic acid. Page 46.

Chemistry
This is the chemical structure of hydrochloric acid. Page 43.

Nitric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of nitric acid. Page 44.

Oxalic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of oxalic acid. Page 47.

Chemistry
This is the chemical structure of sulfuric acid. Page 45.

Acetic Acid - Ethanoic Acid
Acetic Acid - Ethanoic Acid. Chemistry. Page 13.

Ascorbic Acid - Vitamin C
Ascorbic Acid - Vitamin C. Chemistry. Page 16.

Ascorbic Acid - Vitamin C
Ascorbic Acid - Vitamin C. Chemistry. Page 15.

Benzoic Acid
Benzoic Acid. Chemistry. Page 14.

Citric Acid
Citric Acid. Chemistry. Page 12.

Hydrochloric Acid
Hydrochloric Acid. Chemistry. Page 5.

Hydrofluoric Acid
Hydrofluoric Acid. Chemistry. Page 3.

Moronic Acid
Moronic Acid. Chemistry. Page 11.

Nitric Acid
Nitric Acid. Chemistry. Page 6.

Phosphonic Acid Functional Group
Phosphonic Acid Functional Group. Page 8.

Phosphoric Acid Structure
Phosphoric Acid Structure. Chemistry. Page 9.

Sulfonic Acid Functional Group
Sulfonic Acid Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 7.

Sulfuric Acid
Sulfuric Acid. Chemistry. Page 4.

Sulfuric Acid
Sulfuric Acid. Chemistry. Page 17.

Traumatic Acid
Traumatic Acid. Chemistry. Page 10.

Aspartic Acid - Amino Acid
Aspartic acid is one of the amino acids. Page 26.

Acids - Chemical Structures of Acids
This is an image gallery of the chemical structures of acids.

Acids - Chemical Structures of Acids
This is an image gallery of the chemical structures of acids.

Acids - Chemical Structures of Acids
This is an image gallery of the chemical structures of acids.

Sulfone Functional Group
Sulfone Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 63.

Sulfonic Acid Functional Group
Sulfonic Acid Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 64.

Ketone Functional Group
This is the general structure of the ketone functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 37.

Vinyl or Ethenyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the vinyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 69.

Ethyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the ethyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 24.

Butyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the butyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 11.

Decyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the decyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 20.

Heptyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the heptyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 27.

Hexyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the hexyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 28.

Methyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the methyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 39.

Nonyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the nonyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 44.

Octyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the octyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 45.

Pentyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the pentyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 46.

Propyl Functional Group Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the propyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 56.

Hydrazone Functional Group
This is the general structure of the hydrazone functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 29.

Methoxy Functional Group - Chemical Structure of the Methoxy Functional Group
This is the general chemical structure of the methoxy functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 38.

Azo or Diimide Group
Azo or Diimide Group (Functional Groups). Page 8.

Cyanate Functional Group
Cyanate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 18.

Disulfide Functional Group
Disulfide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 21.

Imide Functional Group
Imide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 32.

Isocyanate Functional Group
Isocyanate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 34.

Isocyanide Functional Group
Isocyanide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 35.

Isothiocyanate Functional Group
Isothiocyanate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 36.

Nitrate Functional Group
This is the two-dimensional structure of a nitrate. (Functional Groups). Page 40.

Nitrile Functional Group
This is the structure of the nitrile group. (Functional Groups). Page 41.

Nitrite or Nitrosooxy Functional Group
Nitrite or Nitrosooxy Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 42.

Nitro Functional Group
This is the two-dimensional structure of the nitro functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 43.

Phosphate Functional Group
Phosphate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 49.

Phosphine or Phosphino Functional Group
Phosphine or Phosphino Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 50.

Phosphodiester Functional Group
Phosphodiester Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 51.

Phosphonic Acid Functional Group
Phosphonic Acid Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 52.

Pyridyl Functional Group
Pyridyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 57.

Secondary Aldimine Group
Secondary Aldimine Group (Functional Groups). Page 59.

Sulfide or Thioether Functional Group
Sulfide or Thioether Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 62.

Sulfoxide Functional Group
Sulfoxide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 65.

Thiocyanate Functional Group
Thiocyanate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 67.

Thiol Functional Group
Thiol Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 68.

Acyl Group
The acyl functional group is the part of the structure highlighted in green. (Functional Groups)

Aldehyde Functional Group
This is the two-dimensional structure of the aldehyde group. (Functional Groups). Page 3.

Azide Functional Group
Azide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 7.

Bromo Functional Group
This is the structure for the bromo group. (Functional Groups). Page 10.

Carbonate Ester Functional Group
Carbonate Ester Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 12.

Carbonyl Functional Group
Carbonyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 13.

Carboxamide Functional Group
Carboxamide Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 14.

Carboxyl Functional Group
Carboxyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 15.

Carboxylate Functional Group
Carboxylate Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 16.

Ester Functional Group
Ester Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 22.

Ether Functional Group
Ether Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 23.

Hydroperoxy Functional Group
Hydroperoxy Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 30.

Hydroxyl Functional Group
Hydroxyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 31.

Peroxy Functional Group
Peroxy Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 47.

Primary Aldimine Group
Primary Aldimine Group (Functional Groups). Page 53.

Primary Amine Functional Group
Primary Amine Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 54.

Primary Ketimine Group
Primary Ketimine Group (Functional Groups). Page 55.

Quaternary Ammonium Ion
Quaternary Ammonium Ion (Functional Groups). Page 58.

Secondary Amine Group
Secondary Amine Group (Functional Groups). Page 60.

Secondary Ketimine Group
Secondary Ketimine Group (Functional Groups). Page 61.

Tertiary Amine Group
Tertiary Amine Group (Functional Groups). Page 66.

Alkenyl Functional Group
This is the structure of the alkenyl functional group. (Functional Groups). Page 4.

Alkyl Functional Group
Alkyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 5.

Alkynyl Functional Group
Alkynyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 6.

Benzyl Functional Group
This is the formula of the benzyl group. (Functional Groups). Page 9.

Chloro Functional Group
Chloro Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 17.

Fluoro Functional Group
Fluoro Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 19.

Halo Functional Group
Halo Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 25.

Haloformyl Functional Group
Haloformyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 26.

Iodo Functional Group
Iodo Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 33.

Phenyl Functional Group
Phenyl Functional Group (Functional Groups). Page 48.

Electromagnetic Spectrum
This illustrates shows how the visible portion of the spectrum fits in to the electromagnetic spectrum relative to other types of radiation.

Acyl Halide
This is the general structure of an aycl halide functional group where X is a halogen atom. (Functional Groups). Page 2.

Glow in the Dark Alum Crystals
These easy-to-grow alum crystals glow, thanks to the addition of a little fluorescent dye to the crystal growing solution. Page 23.

Salt Crystal Geode
This salt crystal geode was made using salt, water, food coloring and an egg shell. Page 16.

Salt Crystal Rings
Salt crystal rings are among the quickest crystals you can grow. Page 20.

Sheet Crystals
These crystals only take minutes to form and can be made in any color you like. Page 17.

Electromagnetic Spectrum Properties
The electromagnetic spectrum includes all possible electromagnetic frequencies. Some of these frequencies penetrate the Earth's atmosphere, while many do not. This diagram indicates some of the properties of different wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. Page 2.

Electromagnetic Spectrum
This diagram shows the electromagnetic spectrum. Page 3.

Black Borax Crystals
You can grow borax crystals in any color -- even black! These crystals were growing using black food coloring. Page 25.

Copper Acetate Crystals
These are crystals of copper(II) acetate grown on a copper wire. These crystals are grown using copper acetate monohydrate. Page 26.

Potassium Dichromate Crystals
Potassium dichromate crystals occur naturally as the rare mineral lopezite. Page 27.

Crystal Window
You can

Crystal Flower
It's easy to crystallize a real flower, such as this thistle.

Alum Crystals
Alum crystals are promoted as 'diamonds' in crystal growing kits. While they aren't diamonds, they are beautiful clear crystals that can be grown to resemble diamond crystals. Page 7.

Baking Soda Stalactites
Baking soda crystals are white. You can grow them on a string to make crystal stalagmites and stalactites. Page 18.

Borax Crystal Snowflake
Borax crystals can be grown over pipecleaners to make snowflake decorations or other shapes, such as crystal hearts or stars. Page 9.

Chrome Alum Crystal
Chrome alum crystals are naturally purple. Page 4.

Copper Sulfate Crystals
Copper sulfate crystals are a vivid blue color. Page 3.

Crystal Geode
You can make your own crystal geode much more quickly than nature can, plus you can customize the colors. Page 10.

Crystal Snow Globe
The snow in this snow globe consists of benzoic acid crystals. This is a fun project for the winter holidays. Page 21.

Epsom Salt Crystal Needles
Epsom salt crystal needles can be grown in any color. These crystals are nice in that they grow very quickly. Page 12.

Epsom Salt Crystals
Epsom salts or magnesium sulfate will grow long shard-like crystals. Page 14.

Halite or Salt Crystals
Salt crystals can be dyed to grow any color. These are beautful cubic crystals. Page 15.

Magic Rocks
Magic rocks aren't technically crystals, but many people consider them to be a crystal growing project. Page 13.

Rock Candy Sugar Crystals
Rock candy sugar crystals are grown using sugar, water, and food coloring. Page 2.

Salt and Vinegar Crystals
You can grow interesting salt and vinegar crystals on pieces of sponge, brick, or charcoal. Page 19.

Storm Glass
Crystals that grow on a storm glass can be used to help forecast the weather. Page 22.

Crystal Growing Projects - Photo Gallery
Use this photo gallery to pick a crystal growing project based on how the finished project will look. This is an easy way to look for the types of crystals you would like to grow!

Crystal Growing Projects - Photo Gallery
Use this photo gallery to pick a crystal growing project based on how the finished project will look. This is an easy way to look for the types of crystals you would like to grow!

NFPA 704 Placard or Sign
This is an example of a NFPA 704 warning sign. The four colored quadrants of the sign indicate the types of hazards presented by a material. Page 95.

Green Defibrillator Sign
This sign indicates the location of a defibrillator or AED. Page 4.

Blue Ear Protection Required Sign
This symbol or sign indicates ear protection is required. Page 25.

Blue Eye Protection Required Sign
This sign or symbol means that proper eye protection must be worn. Page 24.

Fire Blanket Safety Sign
This red safety sign indicates the location of a fire blanket. Page 5.

Safety Shower Sign or Symbol
Use this green sign to find the lab safety shower. Page 2.

Blue Protective Clothing Required Symbol
Protective Clothing Required Symbol. Page 22.

Blue Protective Footwear Required Sign
Protective Footwear Required Sign. Page 23.

Radiation Symbol
This orange and black sign is a symbol to indicate radiation. Page 6.

Green Recycling Symbol
This green symbol indicates recycling. Page 10.

Yellow and Black Caution Sign
This rectangular yellow and black sign advises that caution is needed. Page 27.

Red and Black Danger Sign
Danger Sign. Chemistry. Page 26.

Blue Mandatory Eye or Face Protection Symbol
Mandatory Eye or Face Protection Symbol. Page 21.

Red and White Fire Extinguisher Sign
This is a rectangular red and white sign for a fire extinguisher. Page 28.

Skull and Crossbones Poison Symbol
The skull and crossbones is used to signify poison. This is a simple black and white version of the safety sign. Page 11.

Green Eyewash Sign or Symbol
This is a green sign for an eyewash.

First Aid Sign
The cross is a well-known symbol for first aid. Page 3.

Blue Gloves Required Symbol
Gloves Required Symbol. Chemistry. Page 20.

Red Ionizing Radiation Symbol
This triangular red and black ionizing radiation symbol includes the usual symbol indicating radioactivity. Page 9.

Triangular Radioactive Symbol
This is a yellow and black triangular version of the symbol for radiation. Page 8.

Blue Respiratory Protection Sign
Respiratory Protection Sign. Chemistry. Page 19.

Black Biohazard Trefoil
The trefoil is a biohazard symbol. This is a black and white version of the sign. Page 7.

Orange Corrosive Sign
This orange sign indicates the presence of a corrosive chemical. Page 17.

Orange Environmental Hazard Sign
This is an orange and black environmental hazard sign. Page 18.

Orange Explosives Sign
This rectangular orange black sign warns of explosives. Page 15.

Orange Flammable Sign
The sign for a flammable material shows a fire. Page 14.

Orange Harmful or Irritant Sign
This is the symbol warning of an irritant hazard. Page 13.

Orange Oxidizing Sign
This rectangular black and orange sign warns of the presence of oxidizers. Page 16.

Orange Toxic Sign
This rectangular orange and black sign indicates a material is toxic. Page 12.

Science Laboratory Safety Signs
This is a collection of safety signs commonly seen in a science laboratory, particularly a chemistry lab.

Science Laboratory Safety Signs
This is a collection of safety signs commonly seen in a science laboratory, particularly a chemistry lab.

August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1818 - 1892)
August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1818 - 1892). Page 12.

Bernardo Alberto Houssay (1887 - 1971)
Bernardo Alberto Houssay (1887 - 1971). Page 15.

Christiaan Huygens (1629 - 1695)
Christiaan Huygens (1629 - 1695). Page 17.

Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin (1910 - 1994)
Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin with insulin model. Page 11.

Ernst Heinrich Heinkel (1888 - 1958)
Ernst Heinrich Heinkel (1888 - 1958). Page 5.

Frederick Gowland Hopkins (1861 - 1947)
Frederick Gowland Hopkins (1861 - 1947). Page 14.

John Herschel (1792 - 1871)
John Herschel (1792 - 1871). Chemistry. Page 8.

John Scott Haldane (1860 - 1936)
John Scott Haldane (1860 - 1936)

Oskar Hertwig (1849 - 1922)
Oskar Hertwig (1849 - 1922). Chemistry. Page 9.

Otto Haun (1879 - 1968)
Otto Haun (1879 - 1968). Chemistry. Page 4.

Paul Louis Toussaint Heroult (1863 - 1914)
Paul Louis Toussaint Heroult (1863 - 1914). Page 7.

Robert W. Holley (1922 - 1993)
Robert W. Holley (1922 - 1993). Chemistry. Page 13.

William Harvey (1578 - 1657)
William Harvey (1578 - 1657). Chemistry. Page 3.

William Huggins (1824 - 1910)
William Huggins (1824 - 1910). Chemistry. Page 16.

George Ellery Hale (1868 - 1938)
George Ellery Hale (1868 - 1938). Page 2.

George de Hevesy (1885 – 1966)
George de Hevesy (1885 – 1966). Page 10.

Werner Heisenberg (1901 - 1976)
Werner Heisenberg (1901 - 1976). Chemistry. Page 6.

Famous Scientists Last Names Starting with H
This is an image gallery of portaits and photos of famous scientists.

Famous Scientists Last Names Starting with H
This is an image gallery of portaits and photos of famous scientists.

Science Major Mouse - Measuring Cup Meniscus
Science major mouse is concerned about precision in all aspects of his life. Page 68.

Science Major Mouse - Agar
Science major mouse: Run out of money to buy food...agar's not that bad. Page 51.

Science Major Mouse - Better Than Average
Science major mouse: 40% on chem quiz? Still 20% above average. Page 63.

Science Major Mouse - Gas Chromatography
Science major mouse: Gas chromatography lab...there goes your weekend. Page 65.

Science Major Mouse - Goggle Marks
Science major mouse: Friends make fun of seemingly permanent goggle marks...take it as a compliment. Page 64.

Science Major Mouse - Great Potential
Science major mouse: Work in electrochemistry lab--supervisor says you have great potential. Page 62.

Science Major Mouse - Hexagon Fear
Science major mouse: Learn about benzene rings in ochem...scream every time you see a hexagon. Page 61.

Science Major Mouse - Humerus
Science major mouse: Accidentally hit lab partner in head with human bone...is humerus. Page 60.

Science Major Mouse - I'm Diene
Science major mouse: Take O Chem...tell

Science Major Mouse - Kimwipe
Science major mouse: Need tissue -- grab kimwipe. Page 58.

Science Major Mouse - Lame Math Joke
Science major mouse: Math lecturer tells lame joke...most hilarious moment of the day. Page 54.

Science Major Mouse - Lobotomy
Science major mouse:

Science Major Mouse - Measuring Cup Meniscus
Science major mouse: Use measurement cup...look for the meniscus. Page 53.

Science Major Mouse - Microscope Loan
Science major mouse: Allowed to sign out microscope from lab...happiest day of life. Page 52.

Science Major Mouse - New Edition
Science major mouse: New edition costs $100 more...only changed picture on cover. Page 49.

Science Major Mouse - New Equipment
Science major mouse: See new digital pipettes in the lab...start weeping tears of joy. Page 47.

Science Major Mouse - New Hypothesis
Science major mouse: Results contradict hypothesis? Write new hypothesis! Page 48.

Science Major Mouse - Second Highest Score
Science major mouse: You got the highest score in the class! 68%. Page 46.

Science Major Mouse - Smart Major
Science major mouse: Tell people your major...

Science Major Mouse - There They Are
Science major mouse: Liberal arts elective...so that's where the women went! Page 55.

Science Major Mouse - Too Hot for Lab Safety
Science major mouse: 100 degrees, roommate wears shorts and sandals...have to wear pants and shoes for lab. Page 57.

Science Major Mouse - Lab Report Spell Check
Science major mouse: Type up lab report. Spell check underlines half of the words. Page 66.

Science Major Mouse - Baking Psychometric
Science major mouse: Making baked goodies...stoichiometry. Page 32.

Science Major Mouse - Easy 100%
Science major mouse: Answers resonance for all questions on orgo exam...score 100%. Page 38.

Science Major Mouse - Effervescence
Science major mouse: Open bottle of soft drink...know the reactions producing the effervescence. Page 34.

Science Major Mouse - Extra Significant
Science major mouse: Manual says 2.0 grams of substance weigh for 2.000 grams of substance. Page 45.

Science Major Mouse - Got Credit
Science major mouse: 12th author on paper? Doesn't matter, still badass. Page 33.

Science Major Mouse - Odd Smell
Science major mouse: Smell something odd in the room...

Science Major Mouse - Organic Food
Science major mouse: Sorry food people,

Science Major Mouse - Percent Yield Grade
Science major mouse: Lab grade based on percent yield. Spend hour pathetically scraping every last grain of product off glassware, table, and floor. Page 41.

Science Major Mouse - Period Table Poster
Science major mouse: Have a poster of the periodic table in dorm room...actually use it for homework. Page 40.

Science Major Mouse - Pink
Science major mouse: Normal person: Wow pretty pink color...Me: Overtitrated with phenolphthalein indicator. Page 43.

Science Major Mouse - Potassi-YUM
Science major mouse: Eat banana...Yum Yum Potassi-Yum! Page 39.

Science Major Mouse - Rat?
Science major mouse: Science major mouse is actually a rat! Page 67.

Science Major Mouse - STP
Science major mouse: Asked if ever heard of STP...Standard Temperature and Pressure? Of course! Page 31.

Science Major Mouse - Scissor Spelling
Science major mouse: Can spell

Science Major Mouse - Significant Figures
Science major mouse: Spend a whole week writing an inorganic chemistry lab report...lose points on sig figs. Page 36.

Science Major Mouse - What's a participle?
Science major mouse: Understands quantum field theory. What the hell is a participle? Page 42.

Science Major Mouse - Bad Lab Rat
Science major mouse: Do chemistry lab experiment. Doesn't work, make up results. Page 12.

Science Major Mouse - Bad Scores, Good Grades
Science major mouse: Fail every exam -- get B+ in class. Page 9.

Science Major Mouse - Benzoic Acid
Science major mouse: Organic chemistry lab: spend half of semester making benzoic acid. Page 11.

Science Major Mouse - Binoculars
Science major mouse: Coin-operated binoculars at scenic overlook...attempt to adjust coarse and fine focus. Page 10.

Science Major Mouse - Cherish the Moment
Science major mouse: Comprehensively understand subject matter...cherish the moment. Page 26.

Science Major Mouse - Cleavage
Science major mouse: Female friend got a new crystal on a necklace -- ask about her cleavage. Page 22.

Science Major Mouse - Cooking Safety
Science major mouse: Wear goggles while cooking -- Like a Boss! Page 21.

Science Major Mouse - Curve Blower
Science major mouse: Average on chem exam 40. Someone gets a 95...who are you? Page 20.

Science Major Mouse - Denatured Alcohol
Science major mouse: Denatured alcohol? We'll see about that! Page 19.

Science Major Mouse - Dissection Microscope
Science major mouse: A dissection microscope is a worthwhile investment for every home. Page 18.

Science Major Mouse - Dry Ice Ice Cream
Science major mouse: Make ice cream at home with dry ice. Page 17.

Science Major Mouse - English Paper
Science major mouse: Write 10 page evolution paper in 2 hours...2 page English paper takes all weekend. Page 16.

Science Major Mouse - Fancy Salts
Science major mouse: Electrolytes in a sports drink? Fancy name for salt. Page 15.

Science Major Mouse - Flip Flops
Science major mouse: Chemistry major: Never wear flip flops again. Page 14.

Science Major Mouse - Friends
Science major mouse: Friends? Sorry I'm a science major. Page 13.

Science Major Mouse - Right on Time
Science major mouse: Lab report due at 4:00...handed in at 3:59. Page 27.

Science Major Mouse - Tea Solubility
Science major mouse: Put sugar into iced tea...solubility. Page 30.

Science Major Mouse - Tootsie Pop
Science major mouse: How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? 8079 Licks. Page 29.

Science Major Mouse - Top of Class
Science Major Mouse - Science major mouse: 63% on exam...best grade in the class. Page 28.

Science Major Mouse - Wash Hands
Science major mouse: Wash hands BEFORE using toilet. Page 25.

Science Major Mouse - Weekend Plans
Science major mouse: Party on Friday? Sorry, I have 4 assignments and a report due on Monday. Page 24.

Science Major Mouse - What's That Major?
Science major mouse: Tell people what you're majoring in...no one knows what it means. Page 23.

Science Major Mouse - 45% Oh Yeah
Science major mouse: 45% on orgo exam. Aaawww Yyyyyeeeeaaaaaaa! Page 8.

Science Major Mouse - A Plus
Science major mouse: Get A+. Check for marking errors in disbelief. Page 6.

Science Major Mouse - Abstract Art
Science major mouse: Organic chemistry...? More like abstract art. Page 7.

Science Major Mouse - Arrows
Science major mouse: Take 3 courses of organic chem...forever haunted by arrows. Page 5.

Science Major Mouse - Attention Span
Science major mouse: 25 Minute Attention Span -- 3 Hour Class. Page 4.

Science Major Mouse - Bad Lab Behavior
Science major mouse: Latest data point doesn't follow trend. Ignore it. Page 3.

Science Major Mouse - Blank
This is the science major mouse meme. Find a funny joke or you can add your own caption.

Science Major Mouse - Budweiser Logo
Science major mouse: Budweiser logo? No, chair conformation of cyclohexane. Page 2.

Science Major Mouse
Science major mouse is a small white mouse with all the trials and tribulations of a college science major. This gallery shows the best of the science major mouse meme.

Science Major Mouse
Science major mouse is a small white mouse with all the trials and tribulations of a college science major. This gallery shows the best of the science major mouse meme.

Science Major Mouse
Science major mouse is a small white mouse with all the trials and tribulations of a college science major. This gallery shows the best of the science major mouse meme.

Science Major Mouse
Science major mouse is a small white mouse with all the trials and tribulations of a college science major. This gallery shows the best of the science major mouse meme.

Science Major Mouse
Science major mouse is a small white mouse with all the trials and tribulations of a college science major. This gallery shows the best of the science major mouse meme.

Edward Jenner (1749 - 1823)
Edward Jenner (1749 - 1823). Chemistry. Page 2.

Harold Jeffreys (1891 - 1989)
Harold Jeffreys (1891 - 1989). Chemistry.

Hugo Junkers (1859 - 1935)
Hugo Junkers (1859 - 1935). Chemistry. Page 3.

Famous Scientists Last Names Starting with J
This is an image gallery of portaits and photos of famous scientists.

Copper Sulfate
This is copper sulfate (copper sulphate) as a single large crystal. Page 2.

Napthol
This is a bottle of napthol. Chemistry. Page 7.

Nickel (II) Sulfate Hexahydrate
Nickel (II) Sulfate Hexahydrate. Chemistry. Page 8.

Old Chemicals
This is a photo of some old chemicals. Page 5.

Old Chemicals
Here's a picture of some old chemicals. Page 6.

Sodium Acetate
This is a crystal of sodium acetate trihydrate, sometimes known as hot ice because it somewhat resembles water ice and because it generates heat when it crystallizes. Page 3.

Thermite Mixture
This is a sample of thermite mixture made using aluminum-iron(III) oxide. Thermite may be made using any of several different metal fuels and oxidizers.

Transition Metal Solutions
Transition metal solutions may be very brightly colored. Page 4.

Chemicals and Compounds - Chemical Photo Gallery
This photo gallery showcases a variety of chemicals and compounds so that you can see what they look like.

Over a Dozen Cool Science Dating Ideas
Here's a look at some types of dates that might be perfect if your sweetie is a scientist or is interested in science. Dinner and movie is still a good plan, especially with the right movie, but here are some additional dating ideas.

How To Calculate Concentration
Learn the easy way to calculate concentration of a chemical solution using units of molarity, molality, normality, mass percent, volume percent, and mole fraction.

How To Calculate Molarity of a Chemical Solution
Follow these easy steps to calculate molarity of a chemical solution.

How To Calculate Molality of a Solution
Follow these easy steps to calculate molality of a chemical solution.

How To Calculate Normality of a Chemical Solution
Use these easy steps to calculate normality of a chemical solution.

How To Calculate Mass Percent Concentration of a Solution
Here's how to calculate mass percent concentration of a solution.

How To Calculate Volume Percent Concentration of a Solution
Follow these steps to calculate volume percent concentration of a solution.

How To Calculate Mole Fraction of a Solution
Follow these steps to calculate mole fraction of a chemical solution.

More Ways To Calculate and Express Concentration
Learn more common ways to calculate and express the concentration of a chemical solution.