Chemistry Sitemap - Page 20 2016-09-26

Zinc - Science Fair Projects
Zinc - Science Fair Projects. Chemistry. Page 31.

Zirconium - Science Fair Projects
Zirconium is a lustrous, corrosion-resistant grayish-white metal. Science Fair Projects. Page 32.

Dry Ice Chunks - Science Fair Projects
These are some chunks of dry ice, which is solid carbon dioxide. Science Fair Projects. Page 69.

Sodium Polyacrylate Beads - Science Fair Projects
Sodium polyacrylate or acrylic sodium salt polymer beads can absorb many times (400x) their weight in water. Science Fair Projects. Page 68.

Visible Spectrum - Science Fair Projects
This is a linear representation of the visible spectrum of light, which extends roughly from 400-700 nm wavelength. Science Fair Projects. Page 71.

Color Wheel - Science Fair Projects
This color wheel shows the visible spectrum of light, wrapped around to include the additive color, magenta. Science Fair Projects. Page 70.

Metric Measuring Instruments - Science Fair Projects
These are examples of measuring instruments that use the metric system.

Albert Einstein - Free Science Fair Pictures
Albert Einstein - Free Science Fair Pictures. Page 15.

Amethyst - Science Fair Projects
Crystals of amethyst from Brazil. Science Fair Projects. Page 27.

Aragonite Crystals - Science Fair Projects
Aragonite Crystals - Science Fair Projects. Page 26.

Biohazard Sign - Science Fair Projects
Biohazard Sign - Science Fair Projects. Page 44.

Bismuth - Science Fair Projects
Bismuth is a crystalline white metal. The iridescent color is the result of a thin oxide layer on its surface. Page 45.

Caffeine Chemical Structure - Science Fair Projects
Caffeine Chemical Structure - Science Fair Projects. Page 34.

Caffeine - Science Fair Projects
Caffeine - Science Fair Projects. Page 35.

Catseye Nebula - Science Fair Projects
Catseye Nebula - Science Fair Projects. Page 14.

Copper Sulphate Crystals - Science Fair Projects
Copper Sulphate Crystals - Science Fair Projects. Page 29.

Copper - Science Fair Projects
Copper - Science Fair Projects. Chemistry. Page 28.

Crab Nebula - Science Fair Projects
Crab Nebula - Science Fair Projects. Page 13.

Diamonds - Science Fair Projects
Diamonds - Science Fair Projects. Page 46.

Earth - Science Fair Projects
Earth - Science Fair Projects. Chemistry. Page 2.

Einstein Sticking His Tongue Out - Science Fair Projects
Einstein Sticking His Tongue Out - Science Fair Projects. Page 6.

Electrical Tree or Lichtenberg Figure - Science Fair Projects
Electrical Tree or Lichtenberg Figure - Science Fair Projects. Page 61.

Electromagnetic Spectrum - Science Fair Projects
This diagram shows the electromagnetic spectrum. Science Fair Projects. Page 67.

Fire - Free Science Fair Pictures
Fire - Free Science Fair Pictures. Page 20.

Glowing Fluorescent Dye - Science Fair Projects
Glowing Fluorescent Dye - Science Fair Projects. Page 53.

Gold Nugget - Science Fair Projects
Gold Nugget - Science Fair Projects. Page 47.

Hurricane Greta - Science Fair Projects
Satellite Photograph of Hurricane Greta in the Gulf of Honduras. Science Fair Projects. Page 3.

Ice Crystals - Science Fair Projects
Ice Crystals - Science Fair Projects. Page 64.

Lightning Photograph - Science Fair Projects
Lightning Photograph - Science Fair Projects. Page 54.

Magnetic Field Lines - Science Fair Projects
Magnetic Field Lines - Science Fair Projects. Page 12.

Marijuana or Cannabis - Free Science Fair Pictures
Marijuana or Cannabis - Free Science Fair Pictures. Page 22.

Prohibited Symbol - Science Fair Projects
Prohibited Symbol - Science Fair Projects. Page 43.

Rock Candy - Science Fair Projects
Rock Candy - Science Fair Projects. Page 37.

Salt Crystal - Science Fair Projects
Photograph of halite, or salt crystals. Science Fair Projects. Page 55.

Skull and Crossbones Poison Symbol - Science Fair Projects
Skull and Crossbones Poison Symbol - Science Fair Projects. Page 36.

Snowflake Picture - Science Fair Projects
Snowflake Picture - Science Fair Projects. Page 38.

Sodium Chloride Ionic Crystal - Science Fair Projects
Sodium Chloride Ionic Crystal - Science Fair Projects. Page 63.

Solar Spectrum - Science Fair Projects
Solar Spectrum - Science Fair Projects. Page 62.

Stromboli Volcano Eruption - Science Fair Projects
Stromboli Volcano Eruption - Science Fair Projects. Page 60.

Sugar Cubes - Science Fair Projects
Sugar Cubes - Science Fair Projects. Page 52.

Sulphur Crystals - Free Science Fair Pictures
These are crystals of sulphur, one of the nonmetallic elements. Free Science Fair Pictures. Page 21.

Sun - Science Fair Projects
Sun - Science Fair Projects. Chemistry. Page 11.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Science Fair Project Pictures - Free Images for Your Science Fair Project
This is a collection of free (public domain) pictures that you can use for your science fair project. You are free to download these images and print them. Please cite the source of the picture.

Old Microscope - Lab Equipment
Old 1930s Microscope - Lab Equipment. Page 40.

Balance - Science Clipart
Balance - Science Clipart. Chemistry. Page 44.

Erlenmeyer Flask Chemistry Clipart
Erlenmeyer Flask Chemistry Clipart. Page 46.

Mad Scientist Chemistry Experiment Clipart
Mad Scientist Chemistry Experiment Clipart. Page 54.

Chemistry Experiment - Clipart Example
Chemistry Experiment - Clipart Example. Page 47.

Lab Clipart - Glassware Example
Clipart of Chemistry Glassware. Page 48.

Transmission Electron Microscope - Lab Equipment
Transmission Electron Microscope - Lab Equipment. Page 26.

Microscope - Lab Equipment
Microscope - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 45.

Scientist Preparing Solution - Lab Equipment
Photo of Steve Sheppard preparing a gel for DNA fragment separation. Page 32.

Colorful Collection of Chemistry Glassware
This is a colorful collection of chemistry glassware. Page 68.

Bunsen Burner Picture
Bunsen Burner Picture. Chemistry. Page 50.

Example from a Chemistry Lab
Example from a Chemistry Lab. Page 37.

Chemist Performing an Enzyme Extraction
Chemist Performing an Enzyme Extraction. Page 27.

Erlenmeyer Flask Image
Erlenmeyer Flask Image. Chemistry. Page 51.

Experiment in a Common Science Lab
Experiment in a Common Science Lab. Page 21.

Laptop Computer - Lab Equipment
Laptop Computer - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 6.

Microwave Oven - Lab Equipment
Microwave Oven - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 12.

Petri Dishes in a Scientific Lab
Petri Dishes in a Scientific Lab. Page 15.

Potion in a Flask - Lab Equipment
Potion in a Flask - Lab Equipment. Page 24.

Marie Curie - Lab Equipment Gallery
Marie Curie - Lab Equipment Gallery. Page 39.

Sample Extraction - Lab Equipment
Sample Extraction - Lab Equipment. Page 30.

Thermometer Picture
Thermometer Picture. Chemistry. Page 49.

Wild Test Tube - Lab Equipment
Test tube containing wild and crazy chemicals. Page 53.

Scientific Equipment and Instruments
Find images of laboratory equipment and instruments, including glassware and antique items.

Scientific Equipment and Instruments
Find images of laboratory equipment and instruments, including glassware and antique items.

Scientific Equipment and Instruments
Find images of laboratory equipment and instruments, including glassware and antique items.

Scientific Equipment and Instruments
Find images of laboratory equipment and instruments, including glassware and antique items.

Goethe Barometer - Lab Equipment
This is a 'Goethe barometer' or storm glass, a type of water-based barometer. The sealed body of the glass barometer is filled with water, while the narrow spout is open to the atmosphere. When atmospheric pressure is lower than it was when the body was sealed, the water level in the spout rises higher than the water level in the body. When atmospheric pressure is higher, the water level in the spout drops lower than the water level in the body of the barometer. Page 62.

Beakers in the Chemistry Lab
Beakers in the Chemistry Lab. Page 4.

Chemist - Scientist in the Lab
Chemist - Scientist in the Lab. Chemistry. Page 25.

Assortment of Chemistry Glassware
This is a collection of different types of chemistry glassware containing colored liquids. Page 59.

Fume Hood - Common Lab Equipment
Fume Hood - Common Lab Equipment. Page 11.

Graduated Cylinder - Lab Equipment
Graduated Cylinder - Lab Equipment. Page 17.

Micropipette - Lab Equipment
Micropipette - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 29.

Photoelectric Effect Diagram
The photoelectric effect occurs when matter emits electrons upon absorbing electromagnetic energy. Page 58.

Pipet or Pipette for Measuring Small Volumes
Pipet or Pipette for Measuring Small Volumes. Page 16.

Pipette Bulb - Lab Equipment
Pipette Bulb - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 33.

Thermometer - Measure Temperature
Thermometer - Measure Temperature. Page 18.

Weights or Masses - Lab Equipment
These are brass weights or masses, commonly used to measure the mass of objects on a balance. Page 63.

Thermometer with Fahrenheit and Celsius Scales
This is a close-up of a thermometer which displays the Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales. Page 66.

Desiccator and Vacuum Desiccator Glassware
A desiccator is sealed container which contains a desiccant to protect items or chemicals from humidity. This photo shows a vacuum desiccator (left) and a desiccator (right). Page 67.

Beaker - Chemistry Laboratory Equipment
Beaker Image - Chemistry Laboratory Equipment. Page 52.

Chemical Analysis - Example
Chemical Analysis - Example. Chemistry. Page 35.

Chemistry Demonstration - Lab Equipment
Chemistry Demonstration - Lab Equipment. Page 23.

Chemistry Lab Example
Chemistry Lab Example

Erlenmeyer Flasks in the Lab
Erlenmeyer Flasks in the Lab. Chemistry. Page 8.

Flasks in a Laboratory
Flasks in a Laboratory. Chemistry. Page 22.

Florence Flask in the Lab
Florence Flask in the Lab. Chemistry. Page 10.

Funnel & Flask in the Chemistry Lab
Funnel & Flask in the Chemistry Lab. Page 28.

Galileo Thermometer - Lab Equipment
Galileo Thermometer - Lab Equipment. Page 42.

Glassware Is Important for a Lab
Glassware Is Important for a Lab. Page 2.

Paper Chromatography - Example of Lab Technique
Paper Chromatography - Example of Lab Technique. Page 13.

Petri Dishes - Used for Samples
Petri Dishes - Used for Samples. Chemistry. Page 14.

Titration - Common Lab Technique
Titration - Common Lab Technique. Page 43.

Titration - Lab Example
Titration - Lab Example. Chemistry. Page 36.

Volumetric Flask - Example of Lab Equipment
Volumetric Flask - Example of Lab Equipment. Page 20.

Water Bird - Lab Toy
Water Bird - Lab Toy. Chemistry. Page 55.

Analytical Balance - Common Lab Instrument
Analytical Balance - Common Lab Instrument. Page 3.

Beaker of Blue Liquid - Lab Equipment
Beaker of Blue Liquid - Lab Equipment. Page 41.

Centrifuge - Lab Equipment
Centrifuge - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 5.

Chemostat Bioreactor - Lab Instrument
Chemostat Bioreactor. Chemistry. Page 56.

Curie Lab - Radioactivity Laboratory
Curie Lab - Radioactivity Laboratory. Page 38.

Flask - Glassware Used for Medium Volumes
Flask - Glassware Used for Medium Volumes. Page 7.

Gold Leaf Electroscope Diagram
The gold leaf electroscope is a device which can detect static electricity. Page 57.

Petri Dish - Lab Equipment
Petri Dish - Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 31.

Spectrophotometer - Lab Instrument
Spectrophotometer. Chemistry. Page 34.

Gas Chromatograph Diagram - Lab Instruments
This is a generalized diagram of a gas chromatograph, an instrument used to separate the chemical components of a complex sample. Page 60.

Bomb Calorimeter - Lab Equipment
This is a bomb calorimeter with its bomb. A calorimeter is a device used to measure the heat change or heat capacity of chemical reactions or physical changes. Page 61.

Scientific Equipment and Instruments
Find images of laboratory equipment and instruments, including glassware and antique items.

Spring Weighing Scale - Lab Equipment
A spring weighing scale is used to determine the weight of an object from the displacement of the spring using the known spring constant of the spring. Page 64.

Steel Ruler - Lab Equipment
A ruler is an instrument that is used to measure length. Page 65.

Erlenmeyer Flask - Common Lab Equipment
Erlenmeyer Flask - Common Lab Equipment. Page 9.

Vials - Common Lab Equipment
Vials - Common Lab Equipment. Chemistry. Page 19.

Curie Lab - Pierre, Petit, and Marie
Curie Lab - Pierre, Petit, and Marie. Page 13.

Dorothy Crowfoot-Hodgkin 1964 Nobel Laureate
Dorothy Crowfoot-Hodgkin 1964 Nobel Laureate

Iréne Joliot-Curie - 1935 Nobel Prize
Iréne Joliot-Curie. Chemistry. Page 8.

Lavoisier and Madame Laviosier Portrait
Lavoisier and Madame Laviosier Portrait. Page 9.

Lise Meitner - Famous Female Physicist
Lise Meitner - Famous Female Physicist. Page 11.

Mae Jemison - Doctor and Astronaut
Mae Jemison - Doctor and Astronaut. Page 7.

Curie Women After Arrival in US
Marie Curie with Meloney, Irène, Marie, and Eve shortly after their arrival in the United States. Page 12.

Marie Curie from the Granger Collection
Marie Curie from the Granger Collection. Page 4.

Marie Curie Before Paris
Marie Curie Before Paris. Chemistry. Page 3.

Rosalind Franklin from the National Portrait Gallery
Rosalind Franklin from the National Portrait Gallery. Page 6.

Shannon Lucid - Biochemist and Astronaut
Shannon Lucid - Biochemist and Astronaut. Page 10.

Woman Scientist Circa 1920
This is a photo of a woman scientist, circa 1920. Page 14.

Hattie Elizabeth Alexander and Sadie Carlin - 1926
Hattie Elizabeth Alexander and Sadie Carlin - 1926. Page 15.

Rita Levi-Montalcini
Rita Levi-Montalcini. Chemistry. Page 16.

Marie Curie Picture
Marie Curie Picture. Chemistry. Page 5.

Marie Curie Driving a Radiology Car
Marie Curie Driving a Radiology Car. Page 2.

Women in Chemistry - Pictures of Famous Female Chemists
See photos of women who made contributions to the field of chemistry.

Women in Chemistry - Pictures of Famous Female Chemists
See photos of women who made contributions to the field of chemistry.

Elemental Composition of the Human Body
Here's a look at the chemical composition of the human body. Find out the elements present in the body, their abundance, and how each element is used.

Handmade Crystal Star of David
Make a crystal Star of David by growing crystals over a six-pointed star. This is an easy sparkling crystal growing project that you can complete overnight.

10 Cool Chemistry Demonstrations
Chemistry demonstrations can capture a student's attention and spark an enduring interest in the science. Here's a look at some noteworthy chemistry demos.

Why Beans Give You Gas
You know digging into that bean burrito will give you gas, but do you know why it happens? Here's the scientific explanation for why beans give you gas.

10 Examples of Elements and Their Symbols
Chemical elements are known by their names and by their symbols. Here is a list of 10 examples of elements and their symbols.

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Nanomicroscopy
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded for super-resolved fluorescence microscopy or nanomicroscopy.

How Blueprints Work
A blueprint is a paper-based reproduction of a drawing, usually a technical drawing, such as an architect or engineer would use. Learn what blueprints are made from and how they work.

Convert Between Degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius
Convert temperature between degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit, with formulas and examples.

Chemistry FAQ - Questions and Answers
Are you naturally curious about the world around you? If so, I bet you have lots of questions. Here are some common chemistry-related questions.

How Much Money Do Chemists Make?
Do you know how much money chemists make? Take a look.

Plaster of Paris Exothermic Reaction Can Cause Serious Burns
Plaster of paris and water react to produce heat and may cause serious burns. Here a look at what can happen and how to avoid being injured.

Download the Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments
The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments, written by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus, is a 1960s children's chemistry book. Learn about the book and download a copy to read.

How to Make Matches
Learn why you actually don't want to make your matches. If you still want to go ahead, there is a recipe for homemade matches, too.

Is Adderall a Stimulant or a Depressant?
Learn whether Adderall, a drug commonly prescribed for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), is classified as a stimulant or a depressant.

Elements in Fireworks
Fireworks are a traditional part of many celebrations. Here is a look at the key elements found in fireworks.

Easy Method to Set Fire to the Rain
You actually can set fire to the rain, if you understand the necessary chemistry. Here is how to do it.

Mix a Solid & Liquid to Make a Gas
Here's a simple demonstration you can do to illustrate the phases of matter and how chemical reactions can change them. In this demo, you'll mix a solid and a liquid to produce a gas.

What Is Canola Oil?
Did you think there was a canola plant? There is not! Here is where you get canola oil.

When Should You Buy High Octane Gas?
Most cars are fine with regular unleaded gas, but some vehicles require and other times high octane gas can help an engine. Here's when to use it (and when to stick with regular).

Sugar of Lead
Sugar of lead is lead acetate. Here's a look at the chemical and its use as a sweetener.

Not All Iron Is Magnetic
Here's an element factoid for you: Not all iron is magnetic. Here's the science behind the fact.

Why Burning Driftwood Makes Colored (Toxic) Fire
Did you know you can burn driftwood to get a fire with blue and lavender flames? Unfortunately, the fire is also toxic. Here's what you need to know.

How Magnets Work
A magnet is any material capable of producing a magnetic field. Here's a look at the science of how magnets work.

Different Names for Chemicals - High Fructose Corn Syrup vs Corn Sugar
Time Healthland reports high fructose corn syrup may be getting a new name. Learn whether there is any difference between corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup.

Measurement Test Questions on Reading a Meniscus
An important laboratory technique in a chemistry lab is the ability to accurately measure a liquid in a graduated cylinder. This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions dealing with reading the meniscus of a liquid.

How Do You Remove a Stopper?
Have you ever gotten a stopper stuck? JohnB. posted this question on the chemistry forum. Here is advice on how to remove a stopper.

Best Chemistry and Science Pick Up Lines
Chemists spend all day thinking about bonding, reacting, cleavage, and attraction, so it's only natural that they come up with witty pick up lines. Here's a collection of the best lines.

Breaking Bad - Ricin Beans
Here a look at the chemistry of the Breaking Bad episode on the toxin ricin.

Baking Soda and Ketchup Prank
Use your command of chemistry for evil rather than good and see what happens when you add a bit of baking soda to a bottle of ketchup. It's an interesting, explosive chemical reaction.

How Do You Find a Chemist?
How do you find a chemist? That's a question I was asked. Here is some advice.

Frequently Asked Questions About Slime
I've gotten a lot of questions about making slime, so I figured it would be a good idea to address them in one place. Here are some of the most common slime questions and answers.

How to Get Lithium from a Battery
You can obtain pure lithium from a lithium battery. It's an adult-only project and even then, you need to use safety precautions, but it's simple and easy.

How to Do the Flame Test
You can use a flame test to help identify the composition of a sample. Here's how to perform the flame test and analyze the results.

How to Flavor Rock Candy
Here's how to flavor homemade rock candy or sugar crystals.

DIY Magnetic Silly Putty
Putty comes in many forms, including magnetic silly putty. Here is a DIY project, so you can make magnetic silly putty of your own.

Are Century Eggs Soaked in Horse Urine?
Have you heard the rumor that century eggs are made using horse urine? Here's a look at actual ingredients used in this delicacy.

Smoke Bomb Safety
It's easy to make a smoke bomb and actually pretty safe, but I realize when you read about projects online it's hard to tell which ones are truly safe. Here's what you need to know about making smoke bombs.

Black Lights and Pet Stains
I got an e-mail about a black light on a carpet cleaner, that could be used to detect unseen pet stains and odors in your carpet. Here's a look at whether or not that would work, based on science.

How Sunscreen SPF is Measured
SPF (Sun Protection Factor) is a multiplication factor you can use to determine how long you can stay in the sun without burning. Here's a look at how SPF is tested.

Download a Banned Book - The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments
Download The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments, written by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus. This is a children's chemistry book published in the 1960s.

Non-Toxic Colored Smoke Bombs
You may have read that the YouTube colored smoke bomb video is believed to have been faked, with the video showing a military smoke bomb, masked with duct tape. Here's a look at whether you can make a real non-toxic colored smoke bomb.

Polish Silver, Copper, Brass, and Bronze
Get recipes to polish copper, silver, and brass, as well as other common metals.

Woman Dies from Drinking too Much Water
Some athletes are told to load up on water before activity. That may be dangerous advice. Learn about a woman who died from drinking too much water.

September 30 Science History
Learn about the history of science by reading about the significant scientific events that took place on September 30 in history.

Is Lip Balm Addictive?
If you find yourself reaching for Chap Stick or other lip balm all the time, you may wonder whether you're addicted to it. Here's a look at whether lip balm really is addictive.

Ig Nobel Miss Sweetie Poo
The Igs don't run over time because Miss Sweetie Poo notifies laureates when they talk too long and bore her.

Ig Nobel Prize in Biology
The 2014 Ig Nobel Prize in Biology was awarded to research demonstrating dogs pee and poo along magnetic field lines.

The 2014 Ig Nobel Prize
The 2014 Ig Nobel Prize

10 Trillion Dollar Ig Nobel Prize
Winners of the 2014 Ig Nobel prize each received 10 trillion dollars!

Food Samples at the Ig Nobel Ceremony
Samples of Soylent and fermented sausage made using lactobacilli from human infant feces were offered to dignitaries at the 2014 Ig Nobel ceremony.

Paper Airplanes at the Ig Nobel Ceremony
You can't have an Ig Nobel Prize ceremony without paper airplanes!

Ig Nobel Human Spotlights
Human spotlights, clad in silver paint and very little else, shed light on important events at the Ig Nobel ceremony.

The Original Ig Nobel Sweetie Poo
Did you know Ig Nobel Human Spotlight Natasha Rosenberg was the very first Miss Sweetie Poo?

2014 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine
The 2014 Ig Nobel Prize in Medicine honored research showing you can stop a nosebleed using bacon. Here's a demonstration.

Ig Nobel: Comparing Apples and Oranges
Can you guess the science required to make one apple equal a bag full of oranges? Here's how to do it, Ig Nobel-style.

September 20 Science History
Learn about the history of science by reading about the significant scientific events that took place on September 20 in history.

When Were the Elements Discovered? (Timeline)
This timeline shows when each of the elements was discovered. Discovery of an element is marked by the scientist isolating the element in its pure form. The timeline also lists the discoverer's name and year of discovery.

Memorize the First 20 Elements
Here is a mnemonic device to help you memorize the first 20 elements in the periodic table.

You and Your Cat and Mad Cow Disease
In depth look at Mad Cow Disease, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, written by Eve Riser-Roberts. Conclusions. Page 2.

You and Your Cat and Mad Cow Disease - Conclusions
This is an in depth look at Mad Cow Disease, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), especially as it may affect cats.

Christmas Chemistry - Make Peppermint Cream Wafers
Chemistry and cooking share a lot in common! You can have some Christmas chemistry fun in the lab making these peppermint cream wafer candies.

Why Is a Mole in Chemistry Called a Mole?
A mole is an important unit in chemistry. Do you know the mole got its name? Here is the answer and some history of the unit.

Does the Aurora Borealis Make a Sound?
Here's a look at whether the aurora borealis or Northern Lights make a sound and possible explanations for the phenomenon.

World's Lightest Solid - Aerogels
Learn about the lightest solid known to man, otherwise known as the least dense solid.

Branches of Chemistry
There are several branches of chemistry. Here is a list of the main branches of chemistry, with an overview of what each branch of chemistry studies.

Printable Lab Safety Sign Quiz
How well do you know lab safety signs and hazard symbols? Take this fun multiple choice quiz to see if you can recognize potential dangers in the lab. You can print this quiz or take it online.

What Is the Coolest Element?
Each element is cool in its own way, but any of the elements on this list could be called The Coolest Element. Here's what makes them so special. Which do you consider the coolest one?

Exothermic Detergent Reaction
Interesting chemical reactions don't always require a chemistry lab. For example, you can experience an exothermic chemical reaction using just powdered detergent and water. Here's what you do.

How To Review Returned Tests
Learn why you should review a returned chemistry test and how to do it to gain the most benefit from the exam.

What a Meth Lab Smells Like
Do you live or work next to a meth lab? How would you know? Learn common signs of a meth lab and what one smells like.

Making Colored Candle Flames
Have you ever wanted to color the flames of your candles? If so, you're not alone. Here's a look at what's involved in making colored candle flames.

Terephthalonitrile Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of terephthalonitrile. Page 60.

6-JOE SE - 6-Carboxy-4′,5′-Dichloro-2′,7′-Dimethoxyfluorescein N-Hydroxysuccinimide Ester
This is the chemical structure of 6-Carboxy-4′,5′-dichloro-2′,7′-dimethoxyfluorescein N-hydroxysuccinimide ester, or 6-JOE SE.

Kevlar 3D Chemical Structure
This is the ball-and-stick or three-dimensional crystal structure of a single layer of Kevlar. Page 10.

Uranium Tetrafluoride or Uranium(IV) Fluoride Crystal Structure
This is the crystal structure of uranium tetrafluoride or uranium(IV) fluoride. Page 17.

Siloxane Subunit Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure for a subunit of the polymer siloxane. Page 79.

Sodium Nitrate Ball and Stick Structure
This is the ball and stick structure of a unit cell of a sodium nitrate crystal.

Succinate(2−) Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the succinate(2−) anion. Page 48.

Sucralose Ball and Stick Molecular Structure
This is the ball and stick molecular structure of sucralose or Splenda. Page 81.

Sucralose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure for sucralose, commonly sold under the brand name Splenda. Page 80.

Succinate(1−) Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the succinate(1−) anion. Page 20.

RuBisCO or Ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase
This is a space-filling model of RuBisCO or ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase, an important enzyme in carbon dioxide fixation. Page 25.

Resiniferatoxin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of resiniferatoxin, one of the hottest (spicy) chemicals known to man. Page 26.

Rosuvastatin or Crestor
This is the chemical structure for the statin drug rosuvastatin or Crestor, which is used to treat high cholesterol and help prevent cardiovascular disease. Page 27.

Pentyl 2,3,5-trichloro-6-hydro​xybenzoate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pentyl 2,3,5-trichloro-6-hydro​xybenzoate. Page 177.

Polychloroprene or Neoprene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure for polychloroprene or Neoprene. Page 181.

Polyethylene Space-Filling 3D Model
This is the space-filling or three-dimensional model of the polymer polyethylene. Page 180.

Polyphosphazene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyphosphazene. The gray balls may be any inorganic or organic group. Page 179.

Methoxy Functional Group - Chemical Structure of the Methoxy Functional Group
This is the general chemical structure of the methoxy functional group. Page 101.

Methylenedioxypyrovalerone
This is the chemical structure for methylenedioxypyrovalerone or MDPV, which is the designer drug commonly called

Cyclohexanone Diethyl Ketal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cyclohexanone diethyl ketal. Page 203.

Chlorate Anion Structure
This is the one of the resonant structures of the chlorate anion. Page 204.

Chlorine Trifluoride
Chlorine trifluoride holds the dubious honor of being the most flammable material. Page 205.

Collagen Fibers
This is a micrograph of collagen fibers. Page 206.

Carvone
These are the chemical structures of two carvone molecules: R-(–)-carvone and S-(+)-carvone. Page 82.

Borax Tetraborate Ion
This is a ball and stick model of the tetraborate anion from borax. Page 102.

2-Bromoethanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-bromoethanol. Page 103.

Bakelite Chemical Structure
This is the three-dimensional chemical structure of the plastic Bakelite. Page 104.

Acetal or 1,1-Diethoxyethane
This is the chemical structure of acetal or 1,1-diethoxyethane. Page 170.

Amide General Structure - Chemical Structure of an Amide
This is the general chemical structure of an amide. Page 171.

Acetylsalicylic Acid - Aspirin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of acetylsalicylic acid. Page 172.

Anandamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of anandamide. Page 169.

Adalimumab or Humira
This is the structure of the TNF inhibitor Adalimumab or Humira, a drug used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases. Page 174.

Aripiprazole
This is the chemical structure of the antipsychotic and antidepressant drug Aripiprazole, which is sold under the brand names Abilify and Aripiprex. Page 173.

Dan Shechtman - 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Dan Schechtman was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of quasicrystals. Page 152.

Minimal Periodic Table - Color
This color periodic table contains only the element symbols. The colors indicate the different element classification groups. Page 14.

Minimal Periodic Table of the Elements
This periodic table contains only the element symbols. Page 13.

Lichtenberg Figures
Lichtenberg Figure

Kids in Science Photo Gallery
Kids in Science Photo Gallery

Kids in Science Photo Gallery
Kids in Science Photo Gallery

Kids in Science Photo Gallery
Kids in Science Photo Gallery

Terpene Chemical Structures
Terpene Chemical Structures

Terpene Chemical Structures
Terpene Chemical Structures

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Science Pictures & Chemical Structures
Find pictures of molecules, lab equipment, safety signs, elements, and crystals.

Science Pictures & Chemical Structures
Find pictures of molecules, lab equipment, safety signs, elements, and crystals.

Black Sand Beach
Hawaii boasts many black sand beaches. Learn more about why the sand is black.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Photos of Nobel Laureates - Nobel Prize in Chemistry
This is a collection of photographs of the winner for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Mad Scientist Halloween Costume
Mad scientists find humor in the strangest places. You can make a mad scientist Halloween costume by wearing a bow tie and lab coat and either doing something crazy with your hair or else wearing a wig. Page 5.

Creepy Scientist Costume
The key to making an extra-creepy mad scientist costume is to add an air of mystery. Page 3.

Mad Scientist Costume
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.

Goofy Mad Scientist
The combination of wild orange hair and polka dot bow tie makes this scientist look particularly mad. Add some glasses and a lab coat and you're all set! Page 11.

Glowing Drinks
These cocktails glow under a black light because of safe fluorescent chemicals. Tonic water, vitamins and chlorophyll are glowing chemicals you can drink.

US $20 Glowing Under Black Light
A US $20 bill contains a security strip which will glow green under ultraviolet or black light. Page 30.

Glowing Jellyfish
This glowing jellyfish is the moon jelly, Aurelia aurita. Proteins in many jellyfish fluoresce or appear to glow when exposed to ultraviolet light. Page 31.

Glowing Urine
Does urine glow? Yes it does, if it's exposed to black or ultraviolet light! Page 32.

Glowing Hands
Make your hands glow in the dark! Coating your hands with either petroleum jelly or laundry detergent will make them glow bright blue under black light. Page 33.

Meridianiite Crystal or Frizsche’s Salt Crystals
Meridianiite is a salt that was discovered by German chemist Karl Julius Fritzsche. It was originally called Fritzsche's salt. Meridianiite forms needle-like and flat skewed rhombus triclinic crystals. Page 111.

Liquid Crystals - Nematic Phase
This is the Schlieren texture of the nematic phase of liquid crystals. Page 113.

Mandatory Action Safety Signs
This is a collection of free lab safety signs relating to mandatory or required action. Examples include mandatory use of protective eyewear, lab coats, protective footwear, etc.

Gas Masks and Gas Attacks
This is a collection of photographs of gas masks and gas attacks. The gas attack photographs are primarily from the first world war.

Poison Warning Signs
This is a collection of free downloadable and printable poison warning signs and symbols.

Colored Fire Photo Gallery
This is a photo gallery of colored fire and colored flame pictures. Most of these photos were taken of fire projects that you can do at home, while others show the results of flame tests performed on various metal salts.