Chemistry Sitemap - Page 18 2016-09-26

Aluminum or Aluminium Facts - Periodic Table
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element aluminum or aluminium.

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

Iron Element Facts
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element iron.

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

Phosphorus Facts - Element Characteristics & Properties
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element phosphorus.

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

Silver Facts - Periodic Table of the Elements
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element silver or argentum.

Sodium Facts and Properties
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element sodium.

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

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

Reasons Why Students Fail Chemistry
Worried about failing chemistry? Here's a look at the main reasons why students fail. Avoiding these common problems could be a key to science class success!

Actinides - Properties of Element Groups
The actinides share common properties, distinct from other rare earth elements. Get facts about this interesting element group.

Element Group 15 - Nitrogen Family Facts
Learn about the characteristics and properties of element group 15 of the periodic table, the nitrogen family.

How Many Elements Are Found in Nature?
Some elements have been made by man, but do not exist naturally. Have you ever wondered how many elements are found in nature? Here is the answer to the question.

Millikan Oil Drop Chemistry Experiment
This is an explanation of how Millikan's oil drop experiment measures the charge of the electron.

Explanation of the Photoelectric Effect
The photoelectric effect occurs when matter emits electrons upon exposure to electromagnetic radiation, such as photons of light. Here's a closer look at what the photoelectric effect is and how it works.

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

Bromine Facts - Chemical & Physical Properties
Get facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element bromine.

Chemical & Physical Properties of Calcium
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element calcium.

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

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

Gold Facts - Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements
Get facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element gold.

Facts About the Element Iodine
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element iodine.

Lead Facts - Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements
Get facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element lead.

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

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

10 Potassium Facts
Learn about the element potassium. Here are 10 fun and interesting potassium facts.

Best Crystal Growing Projects for Beginners
Have you ever wanted to try growing your own crystals, but unsure where to start? Growing crystals is a fun activity that doesn't have to be difficult. This list contains twelve of the best crystal growing projects for beginners or anyone seeking top crystals projects based on simplicity, safety, and great results.

Growing Salt and Vinegar Crystals
Salt and vinegar crystals are easy-to-grow non-toxic crystals that you can grow in a rainbow of colors. This crystal growing project is especially good for kids or beginners looking for quick and easy crystals.

Steps for Balancing Chemical Equations
Being able to balance chemical equations is a vital skill for chemistry. Here's a look at the steps involved in balancing chemical equations, plus a worked example.

Prepare a Solution - Chemistry Quick Review
Here's a quick overview of how to prepare a solution when the final concentration is expressed as M or molarity.

Pepper and Water Science Magic Trick
The pepper and water science trick is one of the easiest magic tricks you can perform. Here's how to do the trick and an explanation of how it works.

Candy & Coffee Filter Chromatography
Analyze the dyes used in candies with paper chromatography using a coffee filter, colored candies, and a salt solution.

London Dispersion Force Definition
This is the definition of London dispersion force.

Rainbow in a Glass Density Demonstration
Put a rainbow in a glass using colored sugar solutions. By adding the right amount of sugar and color to water, you can make a rainbow that is safe enough to drink. This guide will show you how to get started.

10 Amazing Chemical Reactions
Here are 10 amazing and cool chemical reactions. If you're lucky, you can try these chemical reactions in a lab or see them performed as demonstrations. If not, there are incredible videos that show what happens!

Catalysts and Catalysis - Introduction and Energy Diagrams
Learn what catalysts are and how they affect the activation energy and reaction rate of a chemical reaction.

List of Metal Alloys by Base Metal
This is an alphabetical list of alloys grouped according to the base metal of the alloy.

Atomic Number Definition - Chemistry Glossary
Atomic number identifies each element. This is the definition of an element's atomic number.

Endothermic Reactions Demonstration
Here's an endothermic reaction demonstration that is easy to do and cold enough to freeze water.

How to Draw a Lewis Structure
Drawing Lewis structures can be a straightforward process if the proper steps are followed. These instructions will show how to draw Lewis structures for molecules.

Kid-Friendly Elephant Toothpaste Demo
The elephant toothpaste demo produces a growing column of foam that looks like what you would get if an elephant squashed a giant tube of toothpaste. Here's a kid-friendly version of this classic chemistry demonstration.

Molecular Formula Practice Questions - Chemistry Study Guide
The molecular formula of a compound is a representation of the number and type of elements present in one molecular unit of the compound. This ten question practice test deals with finding the molecular formula of chemical compounds.

Tear Gas - What To Do If You Are Exposed
Learn what to expect if you encounter tear gas and take steps to minimize your exposure and speed your recovery.

Significant Figures and Scientific Notation Test Questions
This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions with answers dealing with significant figures and scientific notation.

Titration Basics - Acids Bases and Buffers
Grasp the basic chemical concepts of titration, a technique used to determine the molarity of an acid or a base.

Ketchup and Baking Soda Volcano
The acetic acid in ketchup reacts with baking soda to produce an extra-special type of lava for a chemical volcano. This is a non-toxic volcano recipe that is sure to please!

Density Test Questions - Chemistry Test With Answers
This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions with answers dealing with the density of matter.

Salt Formation: Neutralization and Hydrolysis
Learn about the chemistry behind salt formation, including neutralization and hydrolysis reactions.

Is Negative pH Possible?
Is it possible to have a negative pH value? If you are given the molarity of hydrogen ions of an acid that is greater than one, you'll calculate a negative pH value for the acid. Can that really happen? Here's the answer.

Basic Model of the Atom
Learn about the basic model and properties of atoms.

Molecules, Moles and Avogadro's Number
Learn about molecules, moles, and Avogadro's number.

How to Make Homemade Liquid Nitrogen
Make your own homemade liquid nitrogen substitute. This poor man's liquid nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid that you can use for many of the same projects as you would perform using liquid nitrogen, except it uses materials that are easier to find.

What Is the World's Strongest Superacid?
You may be thinking the acid in the Alien blood in the popular movie is pretty far-fetched, yet there is an acid that is even more corrosive! Learn about the word's strongest superacid.

Mad Cow Disease - What You Need to Know
Mad Cow Disease - What You Need to Know About Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy

Why the Flu Vaccine Doesn't Work
This is a look at why the flu vaccine doesn't always work.

Chemistry Fun with Pennies
Learn about the chemistry of metals by using chemistry to clean pennies, oxidize them, and plate copper onto steel.

Boyle's Law - Worked Chemistry Problems
Learn how to perform calculations using Boyle's Law by reviewing this worked sample chemistry problem.

Do Paper Chromatography With Leaves
Learn how to separate plant pigments using paper chromatography.

Brass Alloys and Their Chemical Composition and Uses
This is a list of common brass alloys, their chemical compositions and the uses of the different types of brass.

Things You Shouldn't Microwave
You can see some interesting phenomena using your microwave, but is it worth the risk? Here are examples of things you should not microwave.

Chlorine Bleach Shelf Life
Did you know chlorine bleach has a shelf life? Here's what you need to know.

Where to Buy Saltpeter or Potassium Nitrate
You used to be able to buy potassium nitrate as saltpeter in many garden supply stores. It's harder to locate now, but here are ideas where to find it and how to make it yourself.

Why Is It Harder to Rinse Soft Water?
Have you ever noticed it's harder to rinse off soap in soft water? It's not your imagination. There's a scientific explanation.

Are Sharpie Tattoos Safe?
Learn about health issues associated with Sharpie pen tattoos and how to remove the tattoo safely.

Does Bottled Water Have a Shelf Life?
Although bottled water has an expiration date, it doesn't actually go bad. Why is there an expiration date on a product that doesn't go bad? Here's the reason bottled water has a shelf life.

What Is Bronze? - Chemistry Definition
Here is a look at the chemical composition and properties of bronze.

How to Grow a Charcoal Crystal Garden
How to Grow a Charcoal Crystal Garden - Classic science project using charcoal briquettes and bluing.

Treating Jellyfish and Man-O-War Stings
It's beach weather! The ocean is full of fun, but it's also full of wildlife, including jellyfish. Do you know what to do in the event of a jellyfish or man o' war sting?

What Is Denatured Alcohol?
This is an explanation of what denatured alcohol is and the ingredients in it.

How Salt Melts Ice
Salt melts ice essentially because adding salt lowers the freezing point of the water. How does this melt ice? Here's what happens.

Can You Remove Fluoride By Boiling Water?
Some people want fluoride in their drinking water, while others seek to remove it. Here is a look at whether you can remove fluoride from water by boiling it.

Hexavalent Chromium - What You Need To Know
Hexavalent chromium is a metal you can be exposed to that can cause serious health effects. Here is what hexavalent chromium is, what it does, and how to protect yourself against it.

10 Facts About the Element Chromium
Here are 10 fun and interesting facts about the element chromium.

8 Science and Educational Toys You Can Make
You don't have to go to a store to get science and educational toys. Some of the best science toys are the ones you can make yourself using common household materials. Here are some easy and fun science toys to try.

Substituting Baking Powder and Baking Soda
Holiday baking can be more of a challenge if you discover all your baking soda got used up for baking soda volcanoes and invisible ink. Here is how to substitute one baking chemical for another.

Is Glass Considered a Liquid or a Solid?
You may have heard different explanations about whether glass should be classified as a solid or as a liquid. Here is a look at the modern answer to this question and the explanation behind it.

10 Plutonium Facts
Plutonium is an important radioactive metal. Here are 10 facts about the element plutonium.

Make a Science Fair Poster or Display
Your science fair poster or display is the face of your science fair project. It is important to put on the best face to the rest of the world, including your teachers and science fair judges. This guide contains what you need to know to make your poster a success.

Determine Number of Protons & Electrons in Ions
This worked chemistry problem demonstrates how to determine the number of protons and electrons in an ion.

Molecular Formula and Simplest Formula Example Problem
This worked example problem demonstrates how to use the simplest formula of a compound and it's molecular mass to find the molecular formula.

Calculate Osmotic Pressure Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of solute to add to create a specific osmotic pressure in a solution.

Theoretical Yield Example Problem - Chemistry Homework
This example problem demonstrates how to predict the amount of product produced from a given amount of reactants.

Breaking Bad Blue Crystal Meth Rock Candy Recipe
The famous blue crystal meth used for the show Breaking Bad is rock candy, not drugs! Here is a recipe to make your own blue crystal candy, perfect for a Breaking Bad party.

How To Find the Equilibrium Constant - Example
This example problem demonstrates how to find the equilibrium constant of a reaction from equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products.

Calculating the Change in Entropy From Heat of Reaction
This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the change in entropy of a system's surroundings following a chemical reaction at constant temperature and pressure.

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

Hand Sanitizer Fire Project - Instructions
Here is an easy fire project that produces flames cool enough for you to hold. The secret ingredient? Hand sanitizer!

Amedeo Avogadro - Profile and Biography
Get biographical information about Amedeo Avogadro and learn about Avogadro's Law and Avogadro's Number.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors and How They Work
Learn why carbon monoxide is dangerous to your health and how carbon monoxide detectors and alarms work.

Introduction to the Periodic Table of Elements
Learn how the periodic table of the elements is structured. Get basic history about its development and learn how periods and groups relate to electrons and atomic mass.

4th Grade Science Fair Project Ideas
Get ideas for 4th grade science fair projects. These are experiments and topics suitable for elementary school level science fair projects.

5th Grade Science Fair Project Ideas
Get ideas for 5th grade science fair projects. These are experiments and topics suitable for upper elementary school level science fair projects.

How to Make Liquid Oxygen or Liquid O2
Liquid oxygen or O2 is easy to prepare yourself. Once you have the liquid oxygen, you can explore the interesting properties of this material. Here's how to make liquid oxygen.

What Are Noble Metals and Which Are They?
You may have heard certain metals called noble metals. Here is a look at what the noble metals are, which metals are included and the properties of the noble metals.

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

How to Grow Table Salt or Sodium Chloride Crystals
It's easy to grow your own table salt or sodium chloride crystals. All it takes is salt and boiling water. One method even yields crystals within a few hours. Here's what you need to know.

What Is the World's Most Venomous Insect?
The most venomous insect isn't some rare, exotic rain forest creature. You may have them in your own yard. Can you name guess what it is?

How to Make Radioactive-Looking Slime
The slime you might find in a real Mad Scientist's lab would probably be the result of some horrible genetic mutation. You can make slime that looks radioactive and toxic, yet is actually easy to make and safe. Here's how you do it.

Molecular Formulas for Common Chemicals
This is a collection of chemical or molecular formulas for common chemicals, such as salt, sugar, vinegar, water, etc.

Alkanes - Nomenclature and Numbering
Alkanes belong to the class of organic molecules known as hydrocarbons. Learn about what the alkanes are and about basic alkane nomenclature and numbering.

Robert Boyle (1627 - 1691) Biography
Robert Boyle was an Irish born scientist best known for Boyle's Law of Ideal Gases. He also was a founding fellow of the Royal Society of London and an early supporter of the atomic nature of matter.

Quantum Numbers and Electron Orbitals
The properties of an atom's electron configuration are described by four quantum numbers: n, l, m, and s. Here's what the quantum numbers mean.

10 Carbon Facts
Learn some interesting facts about the element carbon, the element that is key to life.

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

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

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

Metalloids or Semimetals - Properties of Element Groups
The metalloids or semimetals share some of the properties of metals and some of the properties of nonmentals.

Rare Earth Properties - Lanthanide & Actinide Properties
Learn about the common properties of the rare earths, which include the lanthanides and sometimes the actinide series of elements.

Glow in the Dark Black Light Projects
There are a lot of interesting science projects you can try in which you make things glow in the dark using a black light or ultraviolet lamp. Here are some fun glowing projects to try.

Glow in the Dark Black Light Projects
There are a lot of interesting science projects you can try in which you make things glow in the dark using a black light or ultraviolet lamp. Here are some fun glowing projects to try.

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

How to Grow Ammonium Phosphate Crystals
Monoammonium phosphate crystals can be grown overnight to make simulated emeralds. Learn how to grow these crystals yourself.

What Can You Do with a Degree in Chemistry?
Learn about the exciting careers options available with a chemistry degree.

Baking Soda Stalactites and Stalagmites
Make your own stalagmites and stalactites using baking soda or sodium bicarbonate. It's an easy, non-toxic crystal project.

Angular Momentum Quantum Numbers & Abbreviations
Learn about the origins of the orbital name abbreviations s, p, d, f used to describe the angular momentum quantum numbers.

How To Make Red Cabbage pH Paper Test Strips
Learn how to make your own pH indicator test strips using red cabbage. This is a fun, safe, and easy chemistry project that you can do at home.

Acid-Base Indicator Definition
This is the definition of acid-base indicator.

Teach Yourself Chemistry - A Guide to Basic Concepts
You can teach yourself general chemistry with this step-by-step introduction to the basic concepts.

Making Crystal Meth Like on "Breaking Bad"
AMC's television show

How Many Types of Chemical Reactions Are There?
There is more than one way to classify chemical reactions, so you may be asked to name the 4, 5, or 6 main types of chemical reactions. Here is a look at the main types of chemical reactions, with links to detailed information about the different types.

Does the Mentos Trick Work with Regular Coke?
Have you ever wondered whether or not the mentos trick works with regular coke? Does it work with other drinks? Here's the answer!

Types of Crystals - Shapes and Structures
Learn about the shapes and structures of the different types of crystals.

Chemicals That Can't Be Mixed - Incompatible Chemicals
There are some chemicals that shouldn't be mixed together! Here's a list of some common examples.

HTML Codes for Greek Letters
Here is a table of HTML codes for Greek letters used when creating web content for science and mathematics.

How To Make Scented and Colored Bath Salts
Do you enjoy adding bath salts to your bath? Why not make your own using this simple recipe that makes scented, colored bath salts.

Make a Simple Weather Barometer
Make your own weather barometer with instructions for this simple science project.

The Myth About Superheating Water in the Microwave
Have you ever experienced the phenomenon of superheating water in the microwave? Superheating is what happens when water is heated past its boiling point, yet

Hydrofluoric Acid - Breaking Bad
Could you really use hydrofluoric acid to dissolve a body, like Walt did on Breaking Bad? Here's the answer, based on chemistry.

In Defense of The Castor Bean Plant
The castor bean plant has had economic importance since civilization began, yet because it can be used to prepare a toxin (ricin), there are those who want it banned. Here are some reasons to keep the plant around.

Does Glow in the Dark Mountain Dew Work?
Find out whether the internet instructions for making glow in the dark Mountain Dew actually work.

Where Do Different Types of Alcohol Come From?
The alcohol that you can drink is ethyl alcohol or ethanol. Here is a look at where different types of alcohol come from.

What Happens If You Mix Regular and Synthetic Oil?
Here's a practical chemistry question for you. Do you know what happens if you mix regular and synthetic motor oil? For example, let's say the mechanic put

Organic Versus Inorganic in Chemistry
Molecules and compounds can be classified as either organic or inorganic. Here's how to tell the difference.

Does Blowing on Hot Food Really Make It Cooler?
Have you ever wondered whether blowing on a spoonful of hot soup or molten pizza really makes it cooler? Here's the scientific answer and how it works.

Poinsettia pH Paper - Holiday Chemistry Project
You can make pH indicator from poinsettia flowers, then use the indicator to make your own pH paper test strips.

Atomic Mass and Atomic Mass Number (Quick Review)
Here's a quick review of what is meant by atomic mass and atomic mass number, as well as how actual particle mass relates to atomic number.

Isotopes & Nuclear Symbols - Example Chemistry Problem
This worked problem demonstrates how to write nuclear symbol for an atom when given the number of protons and neutrons in an isotope.

Lewis Structure Example Problem - Formaldehyde
This example problem shows how to draw a Lewis dot structure of a formaldehyde molecule, which is useful in predicting the geometry of a molecule.

Equilibrium Constant of Electrochemical Cell Reaction
The equilibrium constant of an electrochemical cell's redox reaction can be calculated using the Nernst equation and the relationship between standard cell potential and free energy. This example problem shows how to find the equilibrium constant of a cell's redox reaction.

Periodic Table Study Guide - Introduction & History
Learn about the periodic table of the elements. Find out about the history of the periodic table, how the elements are organized, and how to use the periodic table to predict the behavior of unfamiliar elements.

Periods & Groups - Periodic Table Study Guide
See how elements are organized into element groups in the periodic table. Page 2.

Element Groups - Periodic Table Study Guide
Learn about the element groups on the periodic table. Page 3.

Periodic Table - Review Questions and Study Guide
Learn about the periodic table of the elements. Review the periodic table with these study questions. Page 4.

Assigning Oxidation States Example Problem
The oxidation state of an atom in a molecule refers to the degree of oxidation of that atom. Oxidation states are assigned to atoms by a set of rules based on the arrangement of electrons and bonds around that atom. This means any single atom can have a different oxidation state from a similar atom in a different molecule. This example problem shows how to assign oxidation states to a variety of atoms in molecules.

Solubility Product From Solubility - Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to determine the solubility product of an ionic solid in water from a substance's solubility.

Calculate Solubility From Solubility Product
This example problem demonstrates how to determine the solubility of an ionic solid in water from a substance's solubility product.

Calculating Osmotic Pressure Example
This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the osmotic pressure of a solution.

Rates of Reaction Example Problem (Chemistry)
This example problem demonstrates how to use reaction rates to determine the coefficients of a balanced chemical equation.

Converting Cubic Feet to Liters - Unit Conversion Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to convert cubic feet to liters.

Printable Chemistry Quiz - Atom Basics
This is a multiple choice chemistry quiz on atoms that you may take online or print.

Beta Decay Nuclear Reaction Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving beta decay.

Alpha Decay Nuclear Reaction Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving alpha decay.

Bohr Atom Energy Level Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to find the energy that corresponds to an energy level of a Bohr atom.

Clausius–Clapeyron Equation Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to use the Clausius–Clapeyron equation to predict the vapor pressure of a solution.

Equilibrium Constant and Reaction Quotient Example
This example problem demonstrates how to use the reaction quotient to predict the direction of a chemical reaction towards equilibrium.

Bubble Life & Temperature: Sample Science Fair Projects
This science fair project examines whether bubbles last the same length of time in hot temperatures as they do in cool temperatures.

Science Fair Project Help
Need help with your science fair project? This is the place to start. Find project ideas, tips for a good display and presentation, online help for questions you need answered right away, and other useful project resources.

How to Write a Bibliography for a Science Fair Project
Learn how to cite sources in a bibliography for your science fair project.

Fitzroy's Storm Glass - Weather Chemistry
Chemistry behind Darwin's storm glass, with instructions for making your own.

Molecular Formula and Simplest Formula - Example
This is a worked example of how to determine the molecular formula of a substance when given the simplest formula and the mass from experimental data.

Using Raoult's Law - Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to use Raoult's Law to calculate the change in vapor pressure by adding a nonvolatile liquid to a solvent.

Cell Potential and Free Energy Example Problem
The Gibbs free energy of the reactions occurring an electrochemical cell can be related to the total cell EMF. This example problem shows how to find the maximum theoretical free energy of an electrochemical cell from cell potential data.

How to Convert Celcius to Farenheit
Here's how to convert Celcius to Farenheit.

Miscibility of Fluids in Chemistry
This is an explanation of miscibility of fluids.

Dry Ice Science Fair Project Ideas
There are a lot of interesting science fair projects you can do using dry ice. Here are some ideas that you can use as-is or can modify to make your own unique science fair project.

Science Fair Project Ideas - Environmental Issues
Are you interested in doing a science fair project that involves the environment, ecology, pollution, or other environmental issues? Here are some science fair project ideas that involve environmental science.

Acid & Base Science Fair Project Ideas
Get ideas for science fair projects involving acids, bases, and pH. You can test acidity, simulate acid rain, examine the corrosiveness of common household chemicals, and more.

All About the Periodic Table
Get a periodic table and find out how to use one.

How to Make Nylon - Nylon Synthesis
The reaction used to make nylon sometimes is called the nylon rope trick because nylon is produces as a single long hollow tube or rope. Here is how to make nylon or perform the nylon rope trick.

What Is the Most Radioactive Element? - Chemistry Q&A
Have you ever wondered what the most radioactive element is? Here's a look at the answer.

Chemical Names -- Systematic and Common Names
There are many ways to name a chemical. Here is a look at the difference between different types of chemical names, including systematic names, common names, vernacular names and CAS numbers.

Medical School Application Rejection - What to Do
The sad reality is that most applications to medical school get rejected. If you apply to medical school and your application gets rejected, there are steps you can take to deal with the situation as an opportunity rather than a failure.

Easy Home Recipe To Get Rid of Fruit Flies
Lure and trap fruit flies quickly, safely, and effectively with this household chemistry solution.

Why Are Transition Metals Called Transition Metals?
Have you ever wondered where the transition elements got their name? It's not like they are a transition between nonmetals and metals or between one type of metal and another. Here's a look at the reason for the name.

What Element Has the Lowest Electronegativity Value?
This is the answer to which element has the lowest electronegativity, along with an explanation of what electronegativity is and its trend on the periodic table.

What Are Element Blocks?
One way to group elements is by element blocks or element families. Here is a look at what element blocks are and also properties and characteristics of the element blocks.

How Do Sunless Tanning Products Work?
Learn how sunless tanning works and why tan fade.

Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids, and Dispersions
Learn how to distiguish between solutions, suspensions, colloids, and dispersions. Get examples of the different types of mixtures.

Edible Glowing Blood Slime
Do you need non-sticky blood for Halloween? Here are instructions for a non-sticky slime that looks like dripping blood. It's edible (decent-tasting too), plus it glows under a black light.

Is Air Made of Matter?
You can't see or smell air, so you may be wondering whether or not it is made of matter. Here is the answer, plus how you can tell whether it is matter.

How to Name Simple Alkyne Chains
Simple alkyne chains are named after the number of carbon atoms in the molecule. You may wish to commit the names of the simple alkyne chains to memory. Here is what you need to know.

Types of Science Fair Projects
There are five main types of science fair projects: experiment, demonstration, research, model, and collection. It's easier to choose a project idea once you've determined what sort of project interests you. This list describes the five types of science fair projects.

Glow-in-the-Dark Crystal Snowflake
Learn how to make a glow-in-the-dark crystal snowflake or other glowing holiday ornament. This is a safe and easy project that's great for kids of all ages. The crystal decorations are light-weight and inexpensive to make.

Make a Fake Neon Sign Using Fluorescence
Do you love the look of neon signs, but want an inexpensive alternative that you can customize to say whatever you want? You can make a fake neon sign using fluorescence to make inexpensive common materials glow.

Kastle-Meyer Test To Detect Blood
The Kastle-Meyer test is an inexpensive, easy and reliable forensic method to detect the presence of blood. Here is how to perform the test.

How Shampoo Works - Shampoo Chemistry
You know shampoo cleans your hair, but do you know how it works? Here is a look at shampoo chemistry, including how shampoos works and why it's better to use shampoo than soap on your hair.

STP vs Standard State Conditions
Standard conditions or STP and standard state both are used in scientific calculations. Here is an explanation of the difference.

Burning Bubbles Science Project - Directions
Bubbles are fun no matter what, but bubbles you can burn just has that added extra appeal. Here's an easy science project you can do that proves propellants in common products are flammable and allows you to burn some bubbles.

How to Make Colored Fire Pinecones
How can you make your fire more festive? Toss on a few colored fire pinecones! Colored fire pinecones are extremely easy to make. All you need is one common household chemical.

Edible Fake Blood Recipes
Here are several edible fake blood recipes, including chocolate, strawberry, cherry, and edible unflavored blood.

Table of Chemicals Used to Grow Crystals
This is a table of common chemicals that produce nice crystals. The color and shape of the crystals are included.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Yttrium Facts - Chemical & Physical Properties
Yttrium oxides are a component of the phosphors used to produce the red color in television picture tubes. Yttrium has a metallic silver luster.

Alkali Metals - Properties of Element Groups
Learn about the common properties shared by the alkali metals.

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

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

Francium Facts - Chemical & Physical Properties
Get periodic table information on the chemical and physical properties of the element francium (Fr), and its discovery.

20 Favorite Fire Science Projects
This is a collection of my favorite fire projects because they are quick, easy, or produce spectacular or unusual flames.

How to Set Up a Home Chemistry Lab
Studying chemistry usually involves a laboratory setting for experiments and projects. Performing experiments on your living room coffee table isn't a good idea. A better idea would be to set up your own home chemistry lab. Here's some advice for setting up your own home chemistry lab.

20 Favorite Fire Science Projects
This is a collection of my favorite fire projects because they are quick, easy, or produce spectacular or unusual flames.

Popular Element and Periodic Table Quizzes
Quizzes about the elements and periodic table are extremely popular. Here are some of the top chemistry quizzes that test your familiarity with the elements and understanding of the periodic table.

Popular Element and Periodic Table Quizzes
Quizzes about the elements and periodic table are extremely popular. Here are some of the top chemistry quizzes that test your familiarity with the elements and understanding of the periodic table.

Crack Cocaine Facts
Learn what crack cocaine is, why people take crack, how it's made, and what risks are associated with using crack cocaine.

Organic Chemist Job Profile
This is an organic chemist job profile. Learn about what organic chemists do, where organic chemists work, the type of person who enjoys organic chemistry and what it takes to become an organic chemist.

Alkaline Earth Metals - List of Elements
Here is a list of elements belonging to the alkaline earth metals group, sometimes simply called the alkaline earths.

List of Alkali Metal Elements - Chemistry Lesson
These are the elements that belong to the alkali metals group.

How to Make Fake Snow
You can make fake snow using a common polymer. The fake snow is non-toxic, feels cool to the touch, and looks similar to the real thing.

How To Do the White Smoke Chemistry Demonstration
Learn how to perform the white smoke chemistry demonstration, in which a cloud of ammonium chloride crystals are produced from reacting ammonia and hydrochloric acid.

What a Volumetric Flask Is and How to Use One
Find out what a volumetric flask is and how to use it to prepare a chemical solution.

Collection of Easy Crystal Growing Recipes
Growing crystals does not have to be complicated! This is a collection of easy crystal growing recipes.

Quiz Yourself Using These Chemistry Practice Tests
This collection of chemistry test questions are grouped according to subject. Each question has answers supplied at the end of the test. These tests provide a useful study tool for students. For instructors, they are a good resource for homework, quiz or test questions.

Quiz Yourself Using These Chemistry Practice Tests
This collection of chemistry test questions are grouped according to subject. Each question has answers supplied at the end of the test. These tests provide a useful study tool for students. For instructors, they are a good resource for homework, quiz or test questions.

Chemistry Major College Courses
Are you interested in studying chemistry in college? Here is a look at the courses you can expect to take if you have a chemistry major. The specific courses you take will depend on which school you attend, but in general you can expect a heavy emphasis on chemistry and math and lots of labwork.

Adderall Facts - Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine
Learn what Adderall is, why people take Adderall, how it's made, and what risks are associated with using Adderall.

Baking Soda Crystals
Baking soda crystals are easy to grow. Here are step-by-step instructions explaining how you can grow baking soda crystals yourself.

Quick and Easy Alum Crystal-Growing Project
Are you looking for an easy, safe, reliable crystal-growing project? These alum crystals may be the easiest crystals you can grow.

Guidelines for Keeping a Lab Notebook
A lab notebook is your primary permanent record of your research and experiments. This is a list of guideline that explains how to keep a lab notebook.

How to Prepare for Chemistry Lab - Pre-Lab Procedures
Chemistry lab is a required component of most chemistry courses. Learning about lab procedures and performing experiments helps you to learn techniques and reinforces textbook concepts. Make the most of your time in the lab by coming to lab prepared. Review these pre-lab tips before starting an experiment.

Quick Chemistry Review: Charles' Law Calculation
Charles' Law is a specific instance of the Ideal Gas Law in which volume and temperature are linearly proportional at constant pressure and mass. Here's how to solve a direct proportion problem using Charles' Law.

High School Chem Overview of Topics
Are you confused by all the topics in high school chem class? Here is an overview of what is studied in high school chem, with links to essential chem resources and worked chem problems.

What Is a Neutron Bomb? - Description and Uses
Learn what a neutron bomb is, how it works, and about a neutron bomb's strategic uses.

Ionic Equation Definition and Example
This is the definition of an ionic equation.

Corrosive Definition - Glossary of Chemistry Terms
This is the definition of corrosive.

Arrhenius Base Definition
The definition of Arrhenius base in chemistry, along with an example of the reaction it follows.

Raoult's Law - Definition
This is the definition of Raoult's Law.

Reaction Rate Definition
This is the definition of reaction rate.

Pi Bond - Chemistry Glossary Definition
This is the definition of Pi Bond.

Heterogeneous Mixture - Definition and Examples
A heterogeneous mixture contains materials that remain separate in the sample. This is the definition of heterogeneous mixture, along with examples.

Family Definition - Chemistry Glossary
This is the chemistry definition of family.

Limiting Reactant Definition in Chemistry
This is the definition of limiting reactant.

Steam Distillation Definition in Chemistry
This is the definition of steam distillation.

Science Experiments You Can Do at Home
This is a collection of science experiments that you can do at home, using materials you either already have or should be able to find easily.

Electronic Structure Test Questions
Much of the study of chemistry involves the interactions between different atoms' electrons. It is important, therefore, to understand the arrangement of electrons of an atom. This chemistry practice test deals with the concepts of electronic structure, Hund's Rule, and quantum numbers.

Plant and Soil Chemistry Science Projects
Time to get your hands dirty. These science fair project ideas all involve the chemistry of plants or soil. Try out these environmental chemistry science fair project ideas.

Calorimetry & Heat Flow - Worked Chemistry Problems
Review heat flow and calorimetry with this worked example chemistry problem.

Calorimetry & Heat Flow Worked Problems
This step by step guide provides sample calorimetry and heat flow chemistry problems, worked out by an expert in this field. Page 2.

Oxidation and Reduction Reactions (Redox Reactions)
This is an introduction to oxidation-reduction reactions, also known as redox reactions. Learn what redox reactions are, get examples of oxidation-reduction reactions, and find out why redox reactions are important.

How to Perform the Dancing Gummi Bear Demonstration
The dancing gummi bear is a stunning chemistry demonstration. It is an example of a strongly product-favored reaction, plus it's a lot of fun.

Answer to Common Hot Ice Questions
Hot ice or sodium acetate is an interesting chemical that you can make yourself and cause to crystallize on command to resemble water ice or to form crystalline towers. Here's a collection of answers to common questions about hot ice and solutions to common problems making hot ice.

Sodium in Water - Chemistry Demonstration
The sodium in water chemistry demonstration is a spectacular demo that illustrates the reactivity of an alkali metal with water and is an excellent example of an exothermic reaction. This is an interesting and memorable demonstration, which can be performed safely.

Acid-Base Indicators
Learn about what an acid-base indicator is and choose an acid-base indicator from this comprehensive table of acid-base indicators, based on pH range or color change.

10 Silver Facts
This is a collection of interesting facts about the metallic element silver.

What Is Fluoride?: Fluoride vs. Fluorine
Are you confused about the difference between fluoride and fluorine or simply want to know what fluoride is? Here's the answer to this common chemistry question.

Absolute Error - Definition in Chemistry
Absolute Error or Absolute Uncertainty definition, as used in chemistry and other physical sciences.

Concentration and Molarity Test Questions
Concentration is the amount of a substance in a predefined volume of space. The basic measurement of concentration in chemistry is molarity, or number of moles of solute per liter of solvent. This collection of ten chemistry test questions deals with molarity.

Molar Mass - Chemistry Test Questions
The molar mass of a substance is the mass of one mole of the substance. This collection of ten chemistry test questions deals with calculating and using molar masses.

Naming Ionic Compounds Test Questions
Naming ionic compounds is an important skill in chemistry. This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions dealing with naming ionic compounds and predicting the chemical formula from the compound name. The answers are at the end of the test.

How to Mix Your Own Tattoo Ink - Tutorial
Concerned about the ingredients in commercial tattoo ink? These are instructions for preparing your own homemade tattoo ink.

Blood Volume and Chemical Composition
Learn about the chemical composition of human blood.

How To Make a Real Lava Lamp
Tired of the oil and water fake lava lamps? Here's how to make a real thing. These lava lamp instructions are for chemists or experienced hobbyists.

Science Fair Experiment Ideas- Chemistry of Cooking
These are ideas for science fair projects that involve food or cooking chemistry.

Ideal Gas Law - Worked Chemistry Problems
Learn how to use the idea gas law by reviewing these worked example chemistry problems.

Ideal Gas Law - Worked Chemistry Problems
Worked examples of ideal gas law chemistry problems. Page 2.

Henderson Hasselbalch Equation (Calculation & Examples)
You can calculate the pH of a buffer solution or the concentration of the acid and base using the Henderson Hasselbalch equation. Here's a look at the Henderson Hasselbalch equation and a worked example that explains how to apply the equation.

A List of Iron Alloys and Steel
This is a list of iron alloys. Included are various types of iron and steel.

How To Color Fire - Fun Fireplace Instructions
Learn how to color fire using these fun and easy instructions. Use the information to color flames in your fireplace, campfire, lab, or candles.

Theoretical Yield Definition - Chemistry Glossary
Theoretical Yield definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.

Glow in the Dark Slime Instructions
Learn how to make glow in the dark slime.

Zinc Facts and Weight Gain
It's a common perception that taking multivitamins can make you gain weight. At least part of the effect could be due to the presence of zinc in vitamins.

World's Strongest Superacid
In the Alien movies, the alien has acid for blood that is so strong it eats through the hull of the spaceship, not to mention people's skin. That is fiction, but there is a real-world superacid.

The Myth About Learning How to Make Ricin from the Internet
Can you really learn how to make the toxin ricin from the internet. Here's my opinion.

Allergic Reaction to Tattoo Inks
A while back I wrote a post about sensitivity reactions to red ink found in some tattoos. One of the comments written in response to that post caught my eye.

Alcohol Versus Ethanol
Do you understand the distinction between alcohol and ethanol? Here's the explanation, based on chemistry.

Name the Strong Acids and World's Strongest Acid
Get a list of the strong acids and find out why a superacid that holds the title of World's Strongest Acid.

Silver Ornaments
Use a chemical reaction to create a genuine silver ornament. The oxidation-reduction reaction silvers the inside of a glass ball, essentially forming a mirror inside the glass.

Homemade Crystal Holiday Ornaments and Decorations
You can make sparkling crystal holiday ornaments yourself! Here are instructions for several homemade crystal decorations.

How to Do a Science Fair Project for School
You've got the perfect science fair project idea, so now it's time to actually do the project. Here's how to turn your idea into an experiment with a hypothesis. After you design an experiment, it's time to start collecting data.

Ideal Gas Example Problem - Constant Volume
Here is an example of an ideal gas problem where the volume of the gas is held constant.

Rate of Radioactive Decay - Worked Chemistry Problems
Work through an example chemistry problem on the rate of radioactive decay, a first order rate reaction.

Isotopes and Nuclear Symbols: Examples
This worked problem demonstrates how to determine the number of protons and neutrons are in the nucleus of an isotope.

Converting Wavelength to Frequency- Worked Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to find the frequency of light from the wavelength.

Joule to Electron Volt Conversion Example Problem
This example problem demonstrates how to convert joules to electron volts. Learn the solution to this problem and other related Chemistry equations.

Equilibrium Concentration Problem - Chemistry Homework
This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the equilibrium concentrations from initial conditions and the reaction's equilibrium constant. This equilibrium constant example concerns a reaction with a

Ideas for Engineering Science Fair Projects
Engineering science fair projects can involve designing, building, analyzing, modeling or improving a device. You can also test or create materials. Here are some specific ideas of engineering science fair project ideas.

Fire Science Fair Project Ideas
Are you looking for a science fair project that involves fire or combustion? Here are some ideas for fire projects to get you brainstorming.

Science Fair Project Ideas That Use Salt and Sugar
Salt and sugar are two materials you probably have on hand. There are many science fair projects you can do with either of these ingredients.

Converting Kilograms to Grams - Unit Conversion Example
This example problem illustrates the method used to convert kilograms to grams.

10X TAE Electrophoresis Buffer Protocol
This is the protocol or recipe for preparing 10X TAE electrophoresis buffer.

Elemental Composition of the Human Body by Mass
This is a table of the elemental composition of the human body by mass.

How Dry Shampoo Works
Dry shampoo cleans and refreshes your hair on days you can use traditional shampoo and water. Here's a look at whether or not dry shampoo actually works and what it does.

Geode of Blue Copper Sulfate Crystals
Grow beautiful translucent blue crystals of copper sulfate pentahydrate inside an egg shell to make your own geode.

Chemistry Study Guide for Gases
A gas is a state of matter with no defined shape or volume. Gases have their own unique behavior depending on a variety of variables, such as temperature, pressure and volume. This study guide highlights the concepts and laws dealing with the chemistry of gases.

Chemistry Study Guide for Gases
A gas is a state of matter with no defined shape or volume. Gases have their own unique behavior depending on a variety of variables, such as temperature, pressure and volume. This study guide highlights the concepts and laws dealing with the chemistry of gases.

Naming Simple Alkyl Chain Functional Groups
Simple alkyl group chains are named after the number of carbon atoms in the molecule. It is a good idea to commit the names of the simple alkyl group chains to memory.

Californium Facts
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element californium.

How to Prepare Chlorine Gas
Instructions for preparing chlorine gas (Cl2) from potassium permanganate and concentrated hydrochloric acid.

Realistic Fake Blood
If you want a realistic fake blood, you're going to have to do better than dyed water! Here's a recipe for a realistic fake blood that pools like the real deal and has a better blood color.

Crystal Frost Window Paint
Grow non-toxic crystals on your window that look like frost. These easy crystals grow in a few minutes and give you the effect of frost, even if it's warm!

Quick Crystal Growing Projects
Grow crystals quickly and easily with these top crystal growing projects.

Easy Science Projects
Find an easy science project that you can do using common household materials. These easy projects are great for fun, home school science education, or for school science lab experiments.

Oxoacids - Common Oxoacid Compounds
Oxoacids are acids that contain an oxygen atom. They dissociate in solution by losing a hydrogen atom bonded to one of the oxygen atoms. This table lists common oxoacids and their associated anions.

Chemistry Terminology: Definition of pOH
This is the definition of pOH. Chemistry.

Intermediate - Chemistry Glossary Definition
This is the chemistry definition of intermediate.

Crude Oil - Petroleum Definition
This is the definition of petroleum or crude oil.

What Is an Oxidant? - Definition of Chemistry Terms
This is the definition of oxidant.

Angular Momentum Quantum Number Definition
This is the definition of angular momentum quantum number.

Chemistry Definition of Molecular Equation
This is the definition of molecular equation.

Chemical Reaction Classification Practice Test
There are many different types of chemical reactions. There are single and double displacement reactions, combustion reactions, decomposition reactions and synthesis reactions. See if you can identify the type of reaction in this ten question chemical reaction classification practice test.

Basics of Chemical Weapons and Warfare Agents
Basic information about chemical weapons and warfare agents, including types of weapons and protective measures.

Why Does Cutting an Onion Make You Cry?
When you cut an onion, you allow chemicals inside its cells that are ordinarily kept separate to mix with each other and with air.

Dissolving Styrofoam in Acetone
One cool trick you can do with chemistry is dissolving Styrofoam in acetone. Here's how to do it.

Scientific Hypothesis Examples
A hypothesis represents an educated guess about what you think will happen, based on your observations. Here are some hypothesis examples.

What Is a CAS Number?
Every chemical is assigned a CAS number. Have you ever wondered what a CAS number is and how they are assigned? Here's the answer.

Where To Buy Sodium Hydroxide or Lye
Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) or lye is a common ingredient in many science projects, particularly chemistry experiments, and to make homemade soap and wine. Here's where to buy it.

Unit Conversions Test Questions
This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions with answers dealing with unit conversions.

Frozen Vegetables Spark in the Microwave
People are reporting frozen vegetables spark when heated in a microwave. Here is why it happens and what to expect.

Chemical Names and Formulas - Printable Worksheets
Here are printable chemistry worksheets in pdf format. These worksheets cover chemical names and formulas.

What Is the OH Functional Group Called?
It's important to know the names of the organic functional groups since they appear again and again in structures. Here's a look at what the OH functional group is called.

Ideal Gas Example Problem: Constant Pressure
Here is an example of an ideal gas problem where the pressure of the gas is held constant.

Determine the Enthalpy Change of a Reaction
Worked Example Chemistry Problems - Determining change in enthalpy of a reaction with a given amount of reactant.

How to Calculate Mass Percent Composition
This is a worked example problem showing how to calculate mass percent composition.

Acids and Bases - Titration Example Problem
Here is an acids and bases example problem involving titration. A base of known concentration is used to neutralize an unknown concentration of an acid.

How To Find the Symbol of an Ion
This worked chemistry problem demonstrates how to determine the symbol for the ion when given the number of protons and electrons.

How to Calculate Mass Percent Compostion of a Compound
Mass percent composition of a molecule shows the amount each element in a molecule contributes to the total molecular mass. This step by step tutorial will show the method to determine the mass percent composition of a molecule.

How to Predict Precipitates Using Solubility Rules
When two aqueous solutions of ionic compounds are mixed together, the resulting reaction may produce a solid precipitate. This guide will show how to use the solubility rules for inorganic compounds to predict whether or not the product will remain in solution or form a precipitate.

Construct Galvanic Cells Using Standard Reduction Potentials
Galvanic cells are electrochemical cells which use the transfer of electrons in redox reactions to supply an electric current. This example problem illustrates how to form a galvanic cell from two reduction reactions and calculate the cell EMF.

Grams to Kilograms Conversion - Worked Unit Examples
This example problem illustrates the method to convert grams to kilograms.

Caffeine & Typing Speed - Sample Science Fair Projects
The purpose of this science fair project is to determine whether caffeine affects typing speed.

Solubility Rules of Ionic Solids in Water
This is a list of the solubility rules for ionic solids in water. While it's a good idea to memorize them, the list is a good reference to use.

What Judges Look for in a Science Fair Project
How do you know what makes a great science fair project? Here are some pointers for making sure you have a good project, based on what science fair judges are looking for in your project.

How to Convert Farenheit to Celcius
See how to convert Farenheit to Celcius.

How the Drinking Bird Science Toy Works
The drinking bird or sippy bird is a popular science toy that features a glass bird that repeatedly dips its beak into water. Here's the explanation for how this science toy works.

Tips for Medical School Interviews
Knowing what to expect in a medical school interview is a key to success. This article discussing dressing for success and provides valuable tips for after the medical school interview.

Printable Periodic Table of the Elements (PDF and PNG)
Download or print these PNG and PDF printable periodic tables to help work chemistry problems or to predict properties of the elements.

10 Ways to Impress a Science Fair Judge
How do you know if your science fair project has what it takes to win an award at the science fair? Here are 10 ways you can impress the science fair judge and take the prize!

Why Is the Periodic Table Important?
Learn why the periodic is important and how it is used as a vital tool in chemistry.

Molecular Formula and Empirical Formula
Here is a look at what the molecular formula and empirical formula are and steps for finding the molecular formula and empirical formula.

Noble Gas Chemical Compound Formations and Examples
The noble gases do form chemical compounds, even though they have filled electron valence shells. Here is a look at how they form compounds and some examples.

Chemical Structures & Chemistry Images
Find chemistry photos and pictures, including molecular structures, images of glassware, gemstones, safety signs, elements, and famous scientists.

Chemistry Videos Showing Demonstrations and Experiments
These are chemistry videos that show how to make chemicals and perform cool chemistry demonstrations and experiments.

Chemistry Videos Showing Demonstrations and Experiments
These are chemistry videos that show how to make chemicals and perform cool chemistry demonstrations and experiments.

Chemistry Videos Showing Demonstrations and Experiments
These are chemistry videos that show how to make chemicals and perform cool chemistry demonstrations and experiments.

Chemistry Videos Showing Demonstrations and Experiments
These are chemistry videos that show how to make chemicals and perform cool chemistry demonstrations and experiments.

Chemistry Videos Showing Demonstrations and Experiments
These are chemistry videos that show how to make chemicals and perform cool chemistry demonstrations and experiments.

Chemical or Molecular Formula for Glucose
This is the chemical or molecular formula for glucose.

Do Radioactive Elements Glow in the Dark?
Do radioactive elements and other radioactive materials glow in the dark? Actually, there are several examples of radioactive materials that glow.

Free Periodic Table Wallpaper
Download the periodic table for your computer wallpaper. This is a colorful, useful (and free) way to spice up your desktop.

What Is the pH of Vegetable Oil? - Answer
Have you ever wondered what the pH of vegetable oil is? Here is the answer to the question.

Why Clothes Wrinkle
Learn about why clothes wrinkle and how wrinkle-free fabrics work.

How To Prepare Chemical Solutions
This is how to make a chemical solution using a solid dissolved in a liquid, such as water or alcohol.

How to Make Pure Sand (Silicon Dioxide) in a Lab
Sand that you find on a beach consists of several minerals and organic matter. Pure sand would be without the impurities. Here's how to do that in the lab.

Acids and Bases Chemistry Lesson Plan
This chemistry lesson plan covers essential acids and bases terminology and offers students hands-on experience testing common home chemicals to determine whether they are acids, bases or neutral. Only household materials are required for this lesson.

What Are Examples of Pure Substances?
A pure substance or chemical substance is a material that is homogeneous and has constant properties throughout the sample. Here are examples of pure substances.

List of Noble Metals
Here is a list of noble metals, which are metals that resist oxidation and corrosion.

Rose Water Recipe
Make your own rose water to use as a perfume or simple toner.

Calculate Surface Area and Volume - Formulas
Surface area and volume formulas are occasionally needed in many common science calculations. Here a list of surface area and volume formulas to use as a handy reference.

Calculate Surface Area and Volume - Formulas
Surface area and volume formulas are occasionally needed in many common science calculations. Here a list of surface area and volume formulas to use as a handy reference.

Element Symbols List - Abbreviations for Chemical Elements
The elements are the basis for all matter. Learn the one and two letter symbols for the chemical elements of the periodic table using this handy list.

What Is the Freezing Point of Alcohol?
Find out the freezing point of alcohol or the temperature at which it changes from a liquid to a solid.

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

How to Make Orange Fire
If ordinary fire just doesn't do it for you, why not kick it up a notch by making it into orange fire? It's easy to make orange flames. Here's what you do.

Chrome vs. Chromium - Chemistry FAQ
What is the difference between chrome and chromium? Here's the answer to the question.