Chemistry Sitemap - Page 21 2016-09-26

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.

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.

Metal Crystals Photo Gallery
Did you know metals could grow as crystals? Some of these crystals are exceedingly beautiful and some can be grown at home or in a standard chemistry lab. This is a collection of photos of metal crystals, with links to instructions for growing metal crystals.

Metal Crystals Photo Gallery
Did you know metals could grow as crystals? Some of these crystals are exceedingly beautiful and some can be grown at home or in a standard chemistry lab. This is a collection of photos of metal crystals, with links to instructions for growing metal crystals.

Potassium Nitrate or Saltpeter
Potassium nitrate or saltpeter is a white crystalline solid.

Sulfuric Acid
This is a bottle of 96% sulfuric acid, also known as sulphuric acid. Page 14.

Crude Oil
This is a sample of crude oil or petroleum. Page 15.

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

Periodic Tables
Download and print a periodic table or take a look at other types of periodic tables, including Mendeleev's original periodic table of the elements.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Pictures of Famous Chemists
These are images of famous chemists or other scientists who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry.

Avalanche Geology Disk
At the museum, you can control the spin of an 8-ton avalanche disk to explore how gravity and friction affect the flow of solids. Page 13.

Indoor Tornado
The Museum of Science and Industry has a huge indoor tornado or vortex that you can control to learn about how tornadoes work. Page 5.

Lunar Greenhouse Prototype
One of the temporary exhibits is a prototype greenhouse that could be built on the moon to supply half of a person's food supply. Page 14.

Scale Model of Chicago
The Museum of Science and Industry has a scale model of the city of Chicago. Page 8.

Science Mosaic
The walkway connecting the Museum of Science and Industry to Lake Michigan offers many striking science-themed mosaics, like this one. Page 12.

Students and Indoor Tornado
Students visiting the Museum of Science and Industry learn how tornadoes form, feel what one is like and learn that walking together opposite the direction of the vortex rotation can dispel it! Page 6.

Human Circulatory System
The Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago has preserved humans so visitors can see real human organ systems, like the human circulatory system. Page 16.

Prism Dispersion of Light
The Museum of Science and Industry has many interactive optics displays, including a prism you can manipulate to explore light dispersion. Page 15.

Colored Flame Chemistry Demonstration
Chemist Mitch at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry demonstrates how to color a flame with a metal salt. Page 7.

Exploding Hydrogen Balloon
This is the before and after of the exploding hydrogen balloon demonstration at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Page 4.

Fire Suppression Science Experiment
One of the displays at the museum explains how scientists are conducting research into more effective fire suppression systems using fire, water droplets and lasers. Page 11.

Ice on Fire Demonstration
Set ice on fire for a spectacular exothermic chemistry demonstration. This is one of the live chemistry demonstrations performed at the Museum of Science and Industry. Page 9.

Lake Michigan
The Museum of Science and Industry sits on the shores of Lake Michigan in Chicago. Page 3.

Museum of Science and Industry
Canadian geese enjoy the lawn around the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Page 2.

Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry
Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry offers live science experiments, demonstrations, tours, exhibits, films and a U-505 German submarine.

Tesla Coil
The Museum of Science and Industry boasts a huge Tesla coil. Visitors are treated to spectacular electrical discharges! Page 10.

George Stokes (1819–1903)
George Stokes (1819–1903). Chemistry. Page 20.

Carl Friedrich Gauss
Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777 – 1855). Page 3.

Richard Wilhelm Heinrich Abegg (1869 – 1910)
Richard Wilhelm Heinrich Abegg (1869 – 1910)

Steam Distillation Apparatus
Steam distillation is used to separate two liquids that have different boiling points. Page 76.

Calvin Cycle
This is a diagram of the Calvin Cycle, which is the set of chemical reactions that occur without light (dark reactions) in photosynthesis. Page 77.

Octet Rule Example - Carbon Dioxide
This is the Lewis structure of carbon dioxide, illustrating the octet rule. Page 78.

Leidenfrost Effect Diagram
In the Leidenfrost effect, a droplet of liquid is separated from a hot surface by a protective layer of vapor. Page 79.

Pictures of Chemicals - Photo Gallery of Chemical Samples
Sometimes it is helpful to see pictures of chemicals so that you know what to expect when dealing with them and so you can recognize when a chemical doesn't look the way it should. This is a collection of photographs of various chemicals that might be found in a chemistry laboratory.

Glow in the Dark Pumpkin
This spooky Halloween pumpkin glows in the dark. The jack-o-lantern face is formed by the areas that aren't coated with phosphorescent paint. Page 2.

Colored Bubbles Jack-o-Lantern
This Halloween jack-o-lantern contains an LED that illuminates the bubbles drooling from its mouth. Page 10.

Tower of Flame Jack-o-Lantern
You can make a long-lasting tower of flame by putting a kerosense-soaked roll of toilet paper inside your Halloween jack-o-lantern. Page 13.

Flamethrower Jack o Lantern
All you need to make a flamethower pumpkin that shoots fire in the air for hours is kerosene and a roll of toilet paper. Page 12.

Colored Fire Flaming Jack-o-Lantern
Here is another example of a colored fire jack-o-lantern. Page 5.

Dry Ice Smoking Jack-o-Lantern
This Halloween jack-o-lantern smokes because it contains dry ice with hot water. Page 9.

Green Fire Pumpkin
This Halloween jack-o-lantern is filled with easy-to-make green fire. Page 8.

Rotten Halloween Jack-o-Lantern
Don't be sad! Your Halloween jack o lantern doesn't have to rot before Halloween gets here. A little household chemistry can postpone the inevitable. Page 11.

Self Carving Jack o Lantern
The self-carving pumpkin demonstration involves carving a jack-o-lantern face using an explosive chemical reaction. Page 4.

Smoke Bomb Jack-o-Lantern
Here's what happens when you light a smoke bomb inside a Halloween jack-o-lantern. Page 6.

Spooky Fog Jack-o-Lantern
This Halloween jack-o-lantern is filled with safe water fog. The fog is generated using an inexpensive water fog generator, such as you might see at a novelty store for use with a tabletop fountain. Page 7.

Dry Ice Pumpkin
Put dry ice and water in a Halloween jack-o'-lantern and let the fun begin! Page 3.

Rainbow Fire Halloween Jack-o-Lantern
This Halloween jack-o-lantern is coated with rainbow-colored fire.

Mad Scientist Pictures - Image Gallery of Mad Scientist Pictures - Mad Scientists
Are you looking for a picture of a mad scientist? This is a collection of mad scientist pictures, ranging from famous mad scientists to mad scientist Halloween costumes.

RBSP Launch
Lift-off of the RBSP mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Page 7.

RBSP and Atlas on Launchpad at KSC
This is the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) spacecraft sitting atop an Atlas V rocket after rollout on the launchpad at Cape Canaveral. Page 4.

Solar Storm
This image depicts the impact of a solar storm on the earth's radiation belts and ionosphere. Page 2.

Van Allen Radiation Belts
The Van Allen radiation belts are two regions of radiation that encircle the Earth. Page 3.

Van Allen Radiation Belts
This image depicts the Van Allen radiation belts, which contain charged particles or plasma.

NASA RBSP on Launchpad
NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes sit atop an Atlas V at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Page 5.

RBSP on Atlas V
The Radiation Belt Storm Probes sit atop an Atlas V rocket, ready for lift-off from Cape Canveral Air Force Station, Florida. Page 6.

Fireworks Photo Gallery
Take a look at some fireworks, sparklers, firecrackers and other pyrotechnic devices.

Fireworks Photo Gallery
Take a look at some fireworks, sparklers, firecrackers and other pyrotechnic devices.

Flasks and Beakers - Photo Gallery of Flasks and Beakers
View photos of flasks and beakers of various liquids.

Flasks and Beakers - Photo Gallery of Flasks and Beakers
View photos of flasks and beakers of various liquids.

Fireworks Photo Gallery
Take a look at some fireworks, sparklers, firecrackers and other pyrotechnic devices.

Nuclear Tests Photo Gallery
This photo gallery showcases nuclear tests including atmospheric nuclear tests and underground nuclear tests. Related photos are also included, such as of test site preparation and equipment.

Nuclear Tests Photo Gallery
This photo gallery showcases nuclear tests including atmospheric nuclear tests and underground nuclear tests. Related photos are also included, such as of test site preparation and equipment.

Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere. Here is a look at some of what this amazing museum has to offer.

Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Ideas
These are ideas for cool science Halloween jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins.

Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Ideas
These are ideas for cool science Halloween jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins.

Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP)
This photo gallery shows coverage of the launch of NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) from an Atlas V rocket.

Alexis Bouvard (1767 – 1843)
Alexis Bouvard (1767 – 1843). Page 17.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Colored Snow Photo Gallery
Have you ever wondered what colored snow looks like? Colored snow commonly occurs in green, red, orange and yellow. It usually results from the growth of algae in the snow or from the presence of air pollutants. Here's a photo gallery of colored snow images.

Xenon Hexafluoride
This is the chemical structure of xenon hexafluoride, an example of a noble gas compound. Page 2.

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

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

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

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

Xenon Hexafluoride 3D
This is a space-filling model of xenon hexafluoride.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

Science Clipart & Diagrams
Collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

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

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

Fire Safety Signs
This is a collection of free fire safety and fire protection signs that you can save and print to make your own signs. Flammable symbols and fire extinguisher signs are included.

Fire Safety Signs
This is a collection of free fire safety and fire protection signs that you can save and print to make your own signs. Flammable symbols and fire extinguisher signs are included.

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

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

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

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

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

Lightning and Plasma Photo Gallery
This is a photo gallery of lightning and plasma pictures.

Lightning and Plasma Photo Gallery
This is a photo gallery of lightning and plasma pictures.

Lightning and Plasma Photo Gallery
This is a photo gallery of lightning and plasma pictures.

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

Cliffs of the Puʻu Mahana Cinder Cone
Cliffs of the Puʻu Mahana Cinder Cone. Page 16.

Green Sand Beach
Hawaii's Green Sand Beach is an unforgettable destination. Learn why the sand is green and how to get to the beach.

Green Sand Beach
Hawaii's Green Sand Beach is an unforgettable destination. Learn why the sand is green and how to get to the beach.

Can You Drink Too Much Water?
It's important to drink plenty of fluids, but can you overdo it? Learn the truth about water intoxication and hyponatremia.

Gold Alloys in Colored Gold Jewelry
The gold you buy isn't pure gold. It is a gold alloy made from combining gold with other metals. The metals change the properties of the gold, including its appearance. Find out what metals are in colored gold jewelry.

Kitchen Science Experiments and Projects
Do you want to explore science, but can't find or can't afford chemicals? You can explore the fun of science in your own kitchen. Here are some science experiments and projects you can do that use common kitchen chemicals.

The Colors of Sulfur
When you get right down to it, most the chemical elements have a ho-hum appearance. Sulfur is different. This element comes in multiple vibrant colors.

How to Treat a Jellyfish Sting
Learn how to protect yourself from jellyfish stings and how to apply chemistry know-how to treat a sting.

Free PDF Chemistry Worksheets To Download or Print
Looking for free PDF chemistry worksheets that you can print? The answers to the questions are available on separate pages so you can fill them out and then check your work.

Science Fair Project Ideas
Make this your one-stop center for all of your science fair project needs. You'll find step-by-step instructions for lots of project ideas.

What Is Heavy Water?
You may have heard of heavy water and wondered how it was different from ordinary water. Here's a look at what heavy water is and some heavy water facts.

August 18 Science History
Learn about the history of science by reading about the significant scientific events that took place on August 18 in history.

What Is White Gold? (Chemical Composition)
White gold is a popular metal for jewelry. Have you ever wondered what white gold is made of? Here's a look at the chemical composition of white gold and some of the properties of white gold.

5 Reasons To Study Chemistry Abroad
Have you considered studying chemistry abroad? Here are 5 excellent reasons to pursue your education in this science in another country.

What Is a Hypothesis? - Scientific Method
Learn what a hypothesis is in science and the scientific method.

Is Energy Released When Chemical Bonds Are Broken or Formed?
Learn whether energy is released when chemical bonds are formed or when they are broken and how this relates to whether a chemical reaction absorbs or releases energy.

B Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter B.

C Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter C.

F Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter F.

H Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter H.

R Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter R.

S Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter S.

A Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter A.

D Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter D.

L Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter L.

Y Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter Y.

Z Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter Z.

E Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter E.

I Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter I.

J Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter J.

K Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter K.

N Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter N.

U Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter U.

W Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter W.

Chemistry of Fireworks & Pyrotechnics
Learn about the chemistry and physics of fireworks and pyrotechnic devices. There are also sites for organizations, books, journals, safety, firework and explosive manufacturing, and other relevant topics.

X Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter X.

Petroleum and Petrochemistry
Get facts about petroleum, petrochemistry, cracking, and distillation.

G Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter G.

Q Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter Q.

V Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter V.

Chemistry Disciplines - Chemical Engineering and Branches of Chemistry
Learn about the main branches of chemistry, including organic, inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry. Chemical Engineering is covered here, too. You'll even find lecture notes and course information for specialized fields, like spectroscopy, geochemistry, and astrochemistry.

Food & Cooking Chemistry - Kitchen Science
Learn about the chemistry of foods and cooking. Get information about vitamins, minerals, processes, herbs, ingredients, and other kitchen chemistry.

Chemistry Glossary and Dictionary
Look up the definitions of chemistry terms in this alphabetical chemistry dictionary or glossary.

M Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter M.

O Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter O.

P Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter P.

T Chemistry Terms
This part of the About Chemistry chemical dictionary containing terms beginning with the letter T.

Chemistry Articles & Features - Anne Helmenstine About Chemistry
This is an index of all of the original chemistry articles and features written by Anne Helmenstine, Ph.D. for About Chemistry.

Geochemistry & Petrochemistry
Here's a collection of articles, notes, and resources for the fields of geochemistry and petrochemistry.

Cleaner Chemistry - Soaps and Detergents
Learn about the chemistry behind soaps and detergents, as well as other chemicals that can be used as cleaners.

Chemistry for Holidays and Seasons
These are chemistry articles and projects for holidays and seasons.

Chemistry in Everyday Life - Articles, Home Experiments, How Things Work
Learn about chemistry as it relates to everyday life. You'll find out how things work, see the humorous side of science, get ideas for home experiments, and catch the latest chemistry news.

Organic Chemistry - Organic Chemistry Facts and Help
Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon and life. Organic chemistry lectures, notes, structures, and labs are included.

Stoichiometry & Balancing Chemical Equations - Chemical Reactions
Learn how to balance chemical equations. Use molar relationships to calculate reactants and products and to determine percent composition and percent yield.

Learn about Stoichiometry
Stoichiometry is a fancy way of saying 'mass relationships'. Here's what you need to know about stoichiometry to get through chemistry class and understand the concepts.

How To Bend and Draw Glass Tubing
Bending and drawing glass tubing is a handy skill for managing laboratory glassware. Here is how to do it.

Introduction to Chemistry Quiz
Introduction to Chemistry Quiz: endothermic and exothermic reactions periodic table of the elements chemistry chemistry quiz chemistry glossary chemical and physical changes

Exploding Balloons Science Project
You can place a nonflammable powder inside a balloon that will burst into flame when you pop the balloon with a candle or lighter. Read how to perform the exploding balloons project.

Cryogenics
Learn about cryogenics or low temperature science. Topics include dry ice, liquid nitrogen, liquid helium, liquid hydrogen and other liquefied gases. Find projects for dry ice and liquid nitrogen.

Dry Ice
Learn about dry ice or solid carbon dioxide and get instructions for a wide range of dry ice projects.

Dry Ice Projects - Science Projects with Dry Ice
Learn how to use dry ice, which is solid carbon dioxide, to make spooky drinks, create fog, freeze bubbles, and more!

Medical Chemistry & Drugs
This is a collection of articles and other resources pertaining to chemistry as it relates to health and medicine. Information on pharmacology and safety is also provided. Get information on both legal and illegal drugs.

Toxic Chemicals
There is information about safety, poisons, toxins, carcinogens, testing procedures, regulations. Learn how to recognize hazardous substances and avoid laboratory accidents. Links to toxic chemical journals and software are included.

Chemistry of How Things Work
Find out how it works, what it means, and where it came from. Chemistry questions answered, mysteries unveiled.

Selenium Facts and Projects
Get selenium facts and try projects using selenium and its compounds.

Element/Periodic Table Games & Quizzes
These games and quizzes are all about the elements and the periodic table. You'll find matching, hangman, concentration, and multiple choice quizzes.

How to Make Tris Buffer Solution
Tris has a pKa of 8.1 so Tris buffer is made at pH 7 to pH 9. You can prepare this buffer at any concentration and any volume and use it to prevent large swings in the pH of a solution.

Elements in the Body - Breaking Bad
Walt talks about the elements in the body in Breaking Bad. Here's what you need to know.

Elements and the Periodic Table
Learn about the periodic table and the chemical elements. You'll find facts for the elements, periodic tables and information about how the elements are organized in the periodic table, element quizzes, and properties of element groups.

How Things Work
Learn about the chemistry behind how things work. Get answers to frequently asked chemistry questions. Discover the science behind everyday phenomena and objects.

Edible Science Projects - Science Projects You Can Eat
Have your science and eat it too! Here are science projects that either involve cooking or food chemistry or else use edible ingredients. Are you ready to play with your food?

M Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter M.

U Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter U.

V Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter V.

W Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter W.

X Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter X.

Y Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter Y.

Z Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter Z.

A Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter A.

B Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter B.

L Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter L.

N Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter N.

O Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter O.

P Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter P.

Q Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter Q.

R Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter R.

S Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter S.

T Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter T.

A Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter A.

C Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter C.

D Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter D.

E Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter E.

F Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter F.

G Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter G.

H Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter H.

I Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter I.

X Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter X.

Y Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter Y.

Z Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter Z.

M Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter M.

N Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter N.

O Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter O.

P Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter P.

Q Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter Q.

R Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter R.

S Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter S.

T Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter T.

U Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter U.

V Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter V.

W Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter W.

C Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter C.

F Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter F.

G Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter G.

H Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter H.

I Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter I.

J Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter J.

K Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter K.

L Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter L.

J Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter J.

B Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter B.

D Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter D.

K Organic Chemistry Terms
Organic chemistry glossary terms beginning with the letter K.

E Engineering Terms
Engineering glossary terms beginning with the letter E.

Why Does Urine Glow Under a Black Light?
Learn why urine glows under a black light or ultraviolet light.

Molecule Facts & Chemical Structures
This is a collection of chemistry facts and structures, both for individual molecules and for groups of related molecules.

Crystal Recipes
Here's a collection of recipes and instructions for growing your own crystals.

Grow Crystals - Crystal Growing Projects Recipes and Information
Get information and instructions so you can grow your own crystals. You'll find recipes, troubleshooting, projects, and other resources to help you grow crystals.

Sugar Crystals and Rock Candy
Learn how to make your own rock candy or sugar crystals. Get help with problems growing sugar crystals and learn how to color and flavor your rock candy.

How to Make Pure Sand
Sand that you find on a beach or a playground is a mixture of minerals and organic matter. Pure sand, which is silicon dioxide or silica, is a chemical you can make. Here's what you do.

Preschool Science Activities
Preschool children love science! Science activities for preschoolers aren't usually experiments, but are hands-on explorations. This is a collection of science projects just right for this age group. These preschool activities are safe, interesting and encourage kids to ask questions.

Solutions & Mixtures
Learn about solutions, colloids, and mixtures. Calculate concentration and density. Examine colligative properties, including freezing point depression, boiling point elevation, and osmotic pressure.

Make Your Own Wave Tank
Learn how to make your own nontoxic wave tank using water, oil, and food coloring.

Water Chemistry - Water Chemistry Facts and Information
These are articles and other features relating specifically to water and aqueous solutions. Get facts about water chemistry, learn about water purification and water quality, and understand the chemistry of aqueous solutions.

Lava Lamps - Lava Lamp Projects
This is a collection of instructions for making your own lava lamps.

Anethole
This is the chemical structure of anethole. Page 117.

Anilazine
This is the chemical structure of anilazine. Page 118.

Aniline Hydrochloride
This is the chemical structure of aniline hydrochloride. Page 120.

Aniline
This is the chemical structure of aniline. Page 119.

Anisole
This is the chemical structure of anisole. Page 121.

Anisoyl Chloride
This is the chemical structure of anisoyl chloride. Page 122.

Anthramine
This is the chemical structure of anthramine. Page 124.

Anthranilic Acid
This is the chemical structure of anthranilic acid. Page 125.

Anthraquinone
This is the chemical structure of anthraquinone. Page 126.

Anthrone
This is the chemical structure of anthrone. Page 127.

Aprotinin
This is the chemical structure of aprotinin. Page 129.

Acetone
Acetone. Chemistry. Page 20.

Actin
Actin. Chemistry. Page 37.

Adenine
Adenine. Chemistry. Page 40.

Adenosine Monophosphate (AMP)
Adenosine Monophosphate (AMP). Chemistry. Page 44.

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). Chemistry. Page 45.

Adenosine
Adenosine. Chemistry. Page 42.

Adrenaline
Epinephrine or Adrenaline. Chemistry. Page 52.

Aflatoxin
Aflatoxin. Chemistry. Page 53.

Aldosterone
Aldosterone. Chemistry. Page 62.

Aristolane Chemical Structure
Aristolane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 95.

Atisane Chemical Structure
Atisane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 98.

alpha-aspartyl
alpha-aspartyl. Chemistry. Page 94.

alstophyllan
alstophyllan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 73.

asparaginyl chemical structure
asparaginyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 89.

aspidofractinine chemical structure
aspidofractinine chemical structure. Page 91.

atidane chemical structure
atidane chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 97.

atisine chemical structure
atisine chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 99.

atisine chemical structure
atisine chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 100.

Atrazine
This is the chemical structure of atrazine. Page 135.

Auramine O
This is the chemical structure of auramine o. Page 136.

Aureine
This is the chemical structure of aureine. Page 137.

Avobenzone
This is the chemical structure of avobenzone. Page 138.

Azadirachtin
This is the chemical structure of azadirachtin. Page 139.

Azathioprine
This is the chemical structure of azathioprine. Page 140.

Azelaic Acid
This is the chemical structure of azelaic acid. Page 141.

Azinphos-methyl
This is the chemical structure of azinphos-methyl. Page 142.

Aziridine
This is the chemical structure of aziridine. Page 143.

Azithromycin
This is the chemical structure of azithromycin. Page 144.

Azo Violet
This is the chemical structure of azo violet. Page 145.

Azobenzene
This is the chemical structure of azobenzene. Page 146.

Azulene
This is the chemical structure of azulene. Page 147.

Acenaphthene
This is the chemical structure of acenaphthene. Page 3.

Acenaphthoquinone
This is the structure for acenaphthoquinone. Page 4.

Acetamiprid
This is the chemical structure of acetamiprid. Page 12.

Acetanilide
This is the chemical structure of acetanilide. Page 13.

Acetoguanamine
This is the chemical structure for acetoguanamine. Page 18.

Acetonitrile
This is the chemical structure of acetonitrile. Page 21.

Acetophenone
This is the chemical structure of acetophenone. Page 22.

Acid Fuchsin
This is the chemical structure of acid fuchsin. Page 28.

N-Acetylglutamate
This is the chemical structure of N-acetylglutamate and N-Acetylglutamic acid. Page 26.

Acridine Orange
This is the chemical structure of acridine orange. Page 31.

Acridine
This is the chemical structure of acridine. Page 30.

Acrolein - Propenal
This is the chemical structure of acrolein, also known as propenal. Page 32.

Alcian Blue
This is the chemical structure of alcian blue. Page 59.

Aldrin
This is the chemical structure of aldrin. Page 63.

Aliquat 336
This is the chemical structure of Aliquat 336. Page 64.

Alizarin
This is the chemical structure of alizarin. Page 65.

Allantoic Acid
This is the chemical structure of allantoic acid. Page 66.

Allantoin
This is the chemical structure of allantoin. Page 67.

Allethrin
This is the chemical structure of allethrin. Page 69.

Allyl Chloride
This is the chemical structure of allyl chloride. Page 72.

Allyl Propyl Disulfide
This is the chemical structure of allyl propyl disulfide. Page 70.

Allylamine
This is the chemical structure of allylamine. Page 71.

Amido Black 10b
This is the chemical structure of amido black 10b. Page 75.

Aminoethylpiperazine
This is the chemical structure of aminoethylpiperazine. Page 79.

Aminophylline
This is the chemical structure for aminophylline. Page 81.

Aminothiazole
This is the chemical structure of aminothiazole. Page 109.

Amiodarone
This is the chemical structure of amiodarone. Page 110.

Amiton - VG Nerve Agent
This is the chemical structure of the VG nerve agent Amiton. Page 111.

Amobarbital
This is the chemical structure of amobarbital. Page 113.

Amyl Nitrate
This is the chemical structure of amyl nitrate. Page 115.

Amyl Nitrite
This is the chemical structure of amyl nitrite. Page 116.

Mesalazine or 5-Amino-2-hydroxybenzoic acid (5-ASA)
This is the chemical structure of mesalazine or 5-amino-2-hydroxybenzoic acid (5-ASA). Page 80.

L-Alanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-alanine. Page 161.

D-Alanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-alanine. Page 162.

Allegra Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Allegra. Page 68.

Arginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of arginine. Page 158.

Asparagine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of asparagine. Page 155.

D-Arginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-arginine. Page 159.

D-Asparagine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-asparagine. Page 156.

L-Arginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-arginine. Page 160.

L-Asparagine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-asparagine. Page 157.

Aspartic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of aspartic acid. Page 163.

D-Aspartic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-aspartic acid. Page 165.

L-Aspartic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-aspartic acid. Page 164.

Amygdalin Ball and Stick Model
This is the 3-dimensional ball and stick model of amygdalin, a naturally occurring plant glycoside. Page 167.

Amygdalin Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of amygdalin, a glycoside which naturally occurs in almonds, peach pits and cherry pits. Page 166.

2-2'-Azoisobutyronitrile or AIBN Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-2'-azobisisobutyronitrile or AIBN. Page 168.

Acetaldehyde or Ethanal Structure
This is the two-dimensional molecular structure of acetaldehyde or ethanal, a flammable organic chemical compound. Acetaldehyde is also known as acetic aldehyde or ethyl aldehyde. Page 8.

Aspartame Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of aspartame. Aspartame is an artificial sweetener that is a methyl ester of a phenylalanine/aspartic acid dipeptide. Page 108.

Abietic Acid
This is the chemical structure of abietic acid. Page 2.

Acenaphthylene
This is the chemical structure for acenaphthylene. Page 5.

Acepromazine
This is the chemical structure for acepromazine. Page 6.

Acetaminosalol
This is the chemical structure of acetaminosalol. Page 11.

Ammonia Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ammonia. Page 112.

Abietane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of abietane.

Acesulfame Potassium or Acesulfame K Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of acesulfame potassium, which is also known as acesulfame K or simple Ace K. Acesulfame potassium is an artificial sweetener. Page 7.

Acetic Acid - Ethanoic Acid
Acetic Acid - Ethanoic Acid. Chemistry. Page 15.

Acetylene Chemical Structure
Acetylene Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 25.

Acetylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of acetylene. Page 24.

Adamantane Molecular Structure
Adamantane Molecular Structure. Chemistry. Page 39.

Ammonia Chemical Structure
This is the space-filled model of the chemical structure of ammonia. Page 90.

Amphetamine Chemical Structure
Amphetamine Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 82.

Arsole
Arsole. Chemistry. Page 107.

Aconitane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of aconitane. Page 29.

Acrylamide
This is the chemical structure of acrylamide. Page 33.

Acrylic Acid
This is the chemical structure of acrylic acid. Page 34.

Acryloyl Chloride
This is the chemical structure of acryloyl chloride. Page 36.

Acyclovir
This is the chemical structure of acyclovir. Page 38.

Adipamide
This is the chemical structure of adipamide. Page 46.

Adiponitrile
This is the chemical structure of adiponitrile. Page 48.

Adipoyl Dichloride
This is the chemical structure of adipoyl dichloride. Page 49.

Adonitol - Ribitol
This is the chemical structure of adonitol, also known as ribitol. Page 50.

Adrenochrome
This is the chemical structure of adrenochrome. Page 51.

Alanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alanine. Page 56.

Albumin
This is a structure of an albumin protein. Page 58.

Amoxicillin
This is the chemical structure of amoxicillin. Page 114.

Anthanthrene
This is the chemical structure of anthanthrene. Page 123.

Arabinose
This is the chemical structure of arabinose. Page 130.

Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB)
This is the general chemical structure of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB). Page 131.

Asparagusic Acid
This is the chemical structure of asparagusic acid. Page 132.

Asphidophytidine
This is the chemical structure for asphidophytidine. Page 133.

Astra Blue
This is the chemical structure of astra blue. Page 134.

Azure A
This is the chemical structure of azure A. Page 148.

Ammonium Chloride or Sal Ammoniac
This is the three-dimensional chemical structure of ammonium chloride, also known as sal ammoniac. Page 150.

Ammonium Nitrate
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of ammonium nitrate. Page 149.

Azepane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of azepane. Page 151.

Arsole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of arsole. Page 152.

1,2,3-Triazolidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,2,3-Triazolidine. Page 105.

1,2,4-Triazolidine Chemical Structure
This is the structure of 1,2,4-Triazolidine. Page 106.

Acetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the structure of acetic acid. Page 14.

Acetic Anhydride
Acetic Anhydride. Chemistry. Page 16.

Acetylcholine
This is the chemical structure of acetylcholine. Page 23.

Acetylsalicylic Acid
Acetylsalicylic Acid. Chemistry. Page 27.

Acrylonitrile Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of acrylonitrile. Page 35.

Adenine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of adenine. Page 41.

Adenosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of adenosine. Page 43.

Adipic Acid - Hexandioic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of adipic acid. Page 47.

Alanine
Alanine. Chemistry. Page 60.

Aldehyde Functional Group
Aldehyde Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 61.

Amide Functional Group
Amide Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 74.

Amine Functional Group
Amine Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 76.

Amino Acid General Structure
Amino Acid General Structure. Chemistry. Page 77.

Angelic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of angelic acid. Page 83.

Anol - 4-(Prop-1-en-1-yl)phenol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 4-(prop-1-en-1-yl)phenol and anol. Page 84.

Anthracene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of anthracene. Page 85.

Arginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of arginine. Page 86.

Asparagine
Asparagine. Chemistry. Page 88.

Aspartic Acid
Aspartic Acid. Chemistry. Page 93.

Aspirin
Aspirin. Chemistry. Page 96.

Azimethylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of azimethylene. Page 101.

Azole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of azole. Page 103.

Diazomethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of diazomethane. Page 102.

Pyrrolidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrrolidine. Page 104.

Acetate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the acetate anion. Page 17.

ajmalan chemical structure
ajmalan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 54.

akuammilan chemical structure
akuammilan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 55.

alanyl chemical structure
alanyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 57.

aminobutanoyl chemical structure
aminobutanoyl chemical structure. Page 78.

arginyl chemical Structure
arginyl chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 87.

aspidospermidine chemical structure
aspidospermidine chemical structure. Page 92.

Alcohol or Hydroxyl Functional Group
Alcohol Functional Group. Chemistry.

Zidovudine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of zidovudine. Page 4.

Ziprasidone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ziprasidone. Page 14.

Zanamivir Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of zanamivir. Page 15.

Zeise's Salt Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the Zeise's Salt anion. Page 16.

Zeise's Salt Chemical Structure
This is the ball and stick model of the chemical structure of the Zeise's salt anion.

Zinc Metal
Zinc Metal. Chemistry. Page 3.

Zirconocene Dichloride
Zirconocene Dichloride. Chemistry. Page 2.

Zearalenone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of zearalenone. Page 13.

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