Chemistry Sitemap - Page 26 2016-09-26

Cacodylic Acid
This is the chemical structure of cacodylic acid. Page 51.

Cacotheline
This is the chemical structure of cacotheline. Page 52.

Cadinene
This is the chemical structure of cadinene. Page 53.

Cafestol
This is the chemical structure of cafestol. Page 54.

Calcein
This is the chemical structure of calcein. Page 55.

Calciferols
These are the chemical structures of vitamins D2 and D3, collectively known as calciferols. Page 57.

Calcitonin
This is the protein nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy structure of the hormone calcitonin. Page 58.

Calmodulin
This is the chemical structure of calmodulin. Page 59.

Calreticulin
This is the structure of the protein calreticulin. Page 60.

Camphene
This is the chemical structure of camphene. Page 61.

Camphor
This is the chemical structure of camphor. Page 62.

6-JOE - 6-Carboxy-4',5'-dichloro-2',7'-dimethoxyfluorescein
This is the chemical structure of 6-carboxy-4',5'-dichloro-2',7'-dimethoxyfluorescein, or 6-JOE. Page 2.

Jasmone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of jasmone. Page 3.

Cannabinol
This is the chemical structure of cannabinol. Page 63.

Caprolactam
This is the chemical structure of caprolactam. Page 64.

Caprolactone
This is the chemical structure of caprolactone. Page 65.

Captan
This is the chemical structure of captan. Page 66.

Captopril
This is the chemical structure of captopril. Page 67.

Carbazol-9-yl-methanol or N-(Hydroxymethyl)carbazole
This is the chemical structure of carbazol-9-yl-methanol. Page 69.

Carbazole
This is the chemical structure of carbazole. Page 68.

Carbofuran
This is the chemical structure of carbofuran. Page 70.

Carbon Nanobuds
These are chemical structures of carbon nanobuds. Page 73.

Carbon Nanotube
This is the chemical structure of carbon nanotube. Page 72.

Carbon Tetrachloride
This is the chemical structure of carbon tetrachloride. Page 74.

Carbonyl Fluoride
This is the chemical structure of carbonyl fluoride. Page 75.

Carboplatin
This is the chemical structure of carboplatin. Page 76.

Carbohydrate Example - Lactose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lactose, a disaccharide found in milk. Page 71.

Carboxypolymethylene - Acrylic Acid
This is the chemical structure of carboxypolymethylene, also known as acrylic acid. Page 77.

Carminic Acid
This is the chemical structure of carminic acid. Page 78.

Carnitine
This is the chemical structure of carnitine. Page 79.

Cartap
This is the chemical structure of cartap. Page 80.

Carvacrol
This is the chemical structure of carvacrol. Page 81.

Castor Oil
This is the chemical structure of castor oil. Page 83.

Catechol
This is the chemical structure of catechol. Page 84.

Cedrol
This is the chemical structure of cedrol. Page 89.

Cefazolin
This is the chemical structure of cefazolin. Page 85.

Cefotaxime
This is the chemical structure of cefotaxime. Page 86.

Ceftriaxone
This is the chemical structure of ceftriaxone. Page 87.

Cellulose Acetate
This is the chemical structure of cellulose acetate. Page 88.

Cetrimonium Bromide
This is the chemical structure of cetrimonium bromide. Page 90.

Cetyl Alcohol
This is the chemical structure of cetyl alcohol. Page 91.

Chloracetyl Chloride
This is the chemical structure of chloracetyl chloride. Page 92.

Chloral Hydrate
This is the chemical structure of chloral hydrate. Page 94.

Chloral
This is the chemical structure of chloral. Page 93.

Chlorambucil
This is the chemical structure of chlorambucil. Page 95.

2-Chlorobenzoic Acid
This is the chemical structure of 2-chlorobenzoic acid. Page 107.

2-chloroethenyldichloroarsine - Lewisite
This is the chemical structure of 2-chloroethenyldichloroarsine, or lewisite. Page 102.

Chloramine-T
This is the chemical structure of chloramine-T. Page 96.

Chloramphenicol
This is the chemical structure of chloramphenicol. Page 97.

Chloranilic Acid
This is the chemical structure of chloranilic acid. Page 98.

Chlordane
This is the chemical structure of chlordane. Page 99.

Chlorhexidine
This is the chemical structure of chlorhexidine. Page 100.

Chloroacetic Acid
This is the chemical structure of chloroacetic acid. Page 104.

Chloroaniline
This is the chemical structure of chloroaniline. Page 105.

Chlorobenzene
This is the chemical structure of chlorobenzene. Page 106.

Chloroethene - Vinyl Chloride
This is the chemical structure of chloroethene or vinyl chloride. Page 101.

Chlorofluoromethane - Freon 31
This is the chemical structure of chlorofluoromethane, also known as Freon 31. Page 109.

Chloromethane
This is the chemical structure of chloromethane, or methylchloride. Page 103.

Chloro-m-cresol
This is the chemical structure of chloro-m-cresol. Page 110.

Chlorodifluoromethane
This is the chemical structure of chlorodifluoromethane. Page 108.

Chlorodimethylethane
This is the chemical structure of chlorodimethylethane. Page 111.

Chloronitroaniline
This is the chemical structure of chloronitroaniline. Page 116.

Chloropentafluoroethane
This is the chemical structure of chloropentafluoroethane. Page 117.

Chlorophyll b
This is the chemical structure of chlorophyll b. Page 112.

Chlorophyll c1
This is the chemical structure of chlorophyll c1. Page 113.

Chlorophyll c2
This is the chemical structure of chlorophyll c2. Page 114.

Chlorophyll d
This is the chemical structure of chlorophyll d. Page 115.

Chloropicrin
This is the chemical structure of chloropicrin. Page 119.

Chloroprene
This is the chemical structure of chloroprene. Page 120.

Chloroquine
This is the chemical structure of chloroquine. Page 121.

Chlorostyrene
This is the chemical structure of chlorostyrene. Page 122.

Chlorothiazide
This is the chemical structure of chlorothiazide. Page 123.

Chlorotrifluoromethane
This is the chemical structure of chlorotrifluoromethane. Page 124.

Chlorotrimethylsilane
This is the chemical structure of chlorotrimethylsilane. Page 125.

Chloroxuron
This is the chemical structure of chloroxuron. Page 126.

Chlorpyrifos
This is the chemical structure of chlorpyrifos. Page 127.

Chlorthiamide
This is the chemical structure of chlorthiamide. Page 128.

Cholecalciferol - Vitamin D3
This is the chemical structure of cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3). Page 129.

Meta-Chloroperoxybenzoic Acid (mCPBA)
This is the chemical structure of meta-chloroperoxybenzoic acid (mCPBA). Page 118.

Choline
This is the chemical structure of choline. Page 130.

Chromotropic Acid
This is the chemical structure of chromotropic acid. Page 132.

Cilostazol
This is the chemical structure of cilostazol. Page 133.

Cinchonine
This is the chemical structure of cinchonine. Page 131.

Cinnamaldehyde
This is the chemical structure of cinnamaldehyde. Page 134.

Cinnamic Acid
This is the chemical structure of cinnamic acid. Page 135.

Cinnamyl Alcohol
This is the chemical structure of cinnamyl alcohol. Page 136.

Cinnoline
This is the chemical structure of cinnoline. Page 137.

Cis-2-butene
This is the chemical structure of cis-2-butene. Page 138.

Cis-3-Hexen-1-ol
This is the chemical structure of cis-3-hexen-1-ol. Page 140.

Cis-3-Hexenal
This is the chemical structure of cis-3-hexenal. Page 139.

Citral
This is the chemical structure of citral. Page 141.

Citronellal
This is the chemical structure of citronellal. Page 142.

Citrulline
This is the chemical structure of citrulline. Page 143.

Clobetasone
This is the chemical structure of clobetasone. Page 144.

Clopidol
This is the chemical structure of clopidol. Page 145.

Cloxacillin
This is the chemical structure of cloxacillin. Page 146.

Chloroethane
This is the chemical structure of chloroethane. Page 190.

18-Crown-6
This is the chemical structure of 18-crown-6. Page 159.

CPPO - Bis(2,4,5-trichlorophenyl-6-carbopentoxyphenyl)oxalate)
This is the chemical structure of CPPO (bis(2,4,5-trichlorophenyl-6-carbopentoxyphenyl)oxalate). Page 155.

Cobalamin - Vitamin B12
This is the chemical structure of cobalamin, also known as vitamin B12. Page 147.

Cocamidopropyl (CAPB)
This is the chemical structure of cocamidopropyl. Page 148.

Colchicine
This is the chemical structure of colchicine. Page 149.

Congo Red
This is the chemical structure of congo red. Page 150.

Coniine
This is the chemical structure of coniine. Page 151.

Coomassie Blue
This is the chemical structure of coomassie blue. Page 152.

Coronene
This is the chemical structure of coronene. Page 153.

Coumarin
This is the chemical structure of coumarin. Page 154.

Cresol Isomers
These are the chemical structures of the isomers of cresol. Page 156.

Cresyl Violet
This is the chemical structure of cresyl violet. Page 157.

Crotonaldehyde
This is the chemical structure of crotonaldehyde. Page 158.

Crystal Violet
This is the chemical structure of crystal violet. Page 160.

Cubane
This is the chemical structure of cubane. Page 161.

Cumene
This is the chemical structure of cumene. Page 162.

1,3-Cyclohexadiene
This is the chemical structure of 1,3-cyclohexadiene. Page 175.

1,4-Cyclohexadiene
This is the chemical structure of 1,4-cyclohexadiene. Page 176.

Alpha-cyclodextrin
This is the chemical structure of alpha-cyclodextrin. Page 170.

Beta-Cyclodextrin
This is the chemical structure of beta-cyclodextrin. Page 172.

Cupferron
This is the chemical structure of cupferron. Page 163.

Cuscohygrine
This is the chemical structure of cuscohygrine. Page 164.

Cyanogen
This is the chemical structure of cyanogen. Page 165.

Cyanoguanidine
This is the chemical structure of cyanoguanidine. Page 166.

Cyanuric Acid
This is the chemical structure of cyanuric acid. Page 167.

Cyanuric Chloride
This is the chemical structure of cyanuric chloride. Page 168.

Cyclodecane
This is the chemical structure of cyclodecane. Page 169.

Cyclododecane
This is the chemical structure of cyclododecane. Page 173.

Cycloheptatriene
This is the chemical structure of cycloheptatriene. Page 174.

Cyclohexane
This is the chemical structure of cyclohexane. Page 177.

Cyclohexanol
This is the chemical structure of cyclohexanol. Page 178.

Cyclohexanone
This is the chemical structure of cyclohexanone. Page 179.

Cyclohexene
This is the chemical structure of cyclohexene. Page 180.

Cyclooctatetraene
This is the chemical structure of cyclooctatetraene. Page 182.

Cyclopentanol
This is the chemical structure of cyclopentanol. Page 183.

Cyclopentanone
This is the chemical structure of cyclopentanone. Page 184.

Cyclopentene
This is the chemical structure of cyclopentene. Page 185.

Cypermethrin
This is the chemical structure of cypermethrin. Page 186.

Cysteamine
This is the chemical structure of cysteamine. Page 187.

Cystine
This is the chemical structure of cystine. Page 188.

Gamma-Cyclodextrin
This is the chemical structure of gamma-cyclodextrin. Page 171.

RDX - Cyclonite
This is the chemical structure of RDX or cyclonite. Page 181.

Cinchocaine
This is the chemical structure of cinchocaine. Page 189.

Cyclosarin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cyclosarin. Page 191.

Chemical Volcano Eruption
This chemical volcano creates a dramatic eruption with colored lava. Page 25.

Chemical Volcano
The baking soda and vinegar volcano is a classic science fair project demonstration and a fun project for kids to try in the kitchen. Page 23.

Classic Baking Soda and Vinegar Volcano
Sam is pouring colored vinegar into the cone of the chemical volcano to make it erupt with colored lava. Page 24.

Erupting Kitchen Volcano
Sam is causing this kitchen chemical volcano to erupt with colored lava. Page 22.

Atom Diagram
This is a basic diagram of an atom, with protons, neutrons and electrons labeled. Page 2.

Nuclear Fission Diagram
This is a simple diagram illustrating an example of nuclear fission. Page 81.

Fusion Diagram - Deuterium - Tritium Fusion
This is a diagram of the fusion reaction between deuterium and tritium. Page 80.

Tar Bubble
This is a photo of a bubble forming in bitumen at the La Brea tar pits in Los Angeles, California. Page 2.

Burning Bubbles
If you blow a flammable gas into soapy water, you can ignite the bubbles, apparently setting them on fire. Page 5.

Colored Bubbles
You can use your command of chemistry to make colored bubbles. Page 4.

Colored Soap Bubble
Soap bubbles can be colored using a pH indicator solution. Page 3.

Bubble Photos - Photo Gallery of Bubbles
This is a collection of pictures of bubbles, including soap bubbles, dry ice bubbles, and bubble prints.

Antibubbles
Antibubbles consist of a liquid drop surrounded by a layer of gas, as opposed to normal bubbles in which a liquid film surrounds a sphere of gas. Page 8.

Bubble Fingerprint
This is an example of a bubble fingerprint or bubble print, made using bubble solution and paint. Page 22.

Bubble Print
You can make prints of bubbles, sort of like fingerprints. Page 9.

Bubble Print
A bubble print allows you to see the angles formed by bubble surfaces when bubbles stack on each other. Page 10.

Bubble Print
Bubble prints are interesting from a scientific standpoint, but they also make beautiful decorative pictures. Page 21.

Bubble Print
Pop colored bubbles onto paper to make bubble prints. Page 23.

Bubble Thin Film Interference
You can see thin film interference in the colors of this soap bubble. Note the yellow color where the bubble is thin, near its top. Page 7.

Dry Ice Bubbles
This is what you get when you drop a piece of dry ice into bubble solution. Page 12.

Frozen Bubble
This is a photo of a bubble floating on the interface between air and cold carbon dioxide from sublimating dry ice. Page 11.

Lemon Fizz Bubbles
Baking soda and the citric acid in lemon juice react to produce carbon dioxide gas, which can be used to form bubbles. Page 6.

Bubble Photos - Photo Gallery of Bubbles
This is a collection of pictures of bubbles, including soap bubbles, dry ice bubbles, and bubble prints.

Bubble Photos - Photo Gallery of Bubbles
This is a collection of pictures of bubbles, including soap bubbles, dry ice bubbles, and bubble prints.

Color Periodic Table
The periodic table is one way to organize the elements according to recurring trends in their properties. Page 11.

Quinaldine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinaldine. Page 3.

Quinazoline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinazoline. Page 4.

Quinclorac Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinclorac. Page 5.

Quinic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinic acid. Page 6.

Quinidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinidine. Page 7.

Quinoline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinoline. Page 10.

Quinovic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinovic acid. Page 11.

Quinoxaline Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quinoxaline. Page 12.

Meta-Xylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of meta-xylene. Page 7.

Ortho-Xylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ortho-xylene. Page 9.

Para-Xylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of para-xylene. Page 8.

XMC (3,5-Xylenol Methylcarbamate) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of XMC (3,5-xylenol methylcarbamate). Page 15.

Xanthan Gum Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xanthan gum. Page 10.

Xantheose - Theobromine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xantheose, or theobromine. Page 12.

Xanthone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xanthone. Page 11.

Xanthosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xanthosine. Page 16.

Xylene Cyanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xylene cyanol. Page 13.

Xylenol Orange Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xylenol orange. Page 14.

Xylitol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xylitol. Page 6.

Bubbles
Though we most often associate bubbles with soap and water, bubbles can form in any of several liquids. Page 17.

Dry Ice Bubble
If you coat a container of water and dry ice with bubble solution you will get a bubble that sort of resembles a crystal ball. Page 13.

Soap Bubble
A soap bubble consists of a thin layer of water trapped between two layers of soap molecules. Page 20.

Bubble Picture
Here's a picture of a single bubble. Page 18.

Bubbles
It's fun and educational to play with bubbles. Page 19.

Dry Ice in Colored Water
Dry ice bubbles as it sublimates in colored water. Page 14.

Glowing Bubble
You can make glowing bubbles simply by adding a bit of glow-in-the-dark paint to bubble solution. Page 16.

Glowing Bubble
Make glowing bubbles by adding glowing compounds to bubble solution. Page 24.

Glowing Bubble
If you add a fluorescent dye to bubble solution, you can shine a black light on the bubbles to make them glow. Page 25.

Glowing Bubble
Glowing Bubble. Chemistry. Page 26.

Soda Bubbles
This is a close-up photograph of bubbles of carbon dioxide gas in a soda. Bubbles of carbon dioxide form as the gas leaves the soda solution, usually because of a change in pressure. Page 15.

Trinitrotoluene or TNT Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of trinitrotoluene or TNT. Page 36.

TNT or Trinitrotoluene Structure
This is the three-dimensional ball-and-stick model of TNT or trinitrotoluene. TNT is also known as 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene, tilite, tolite, trinol, trotyl, tritolo, tritolol, triton, tritone, trotol, trinitrotoluol, and 2,4,6-trinitromethylbenzene. Page 37.

D-Ribofuranose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-ribofuranose. Page 18.

L-Ribofuranose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-ribofuranose. Page 20.

Raffinose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of raffinose. Page 10.

Resorcinol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of resorcinol. Page 11.

Retinal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of retinal. Page 12.

Retinoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of retinoic acid. Page 13.

Rhodamine 123 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rhodamine 123. Page 15.

Rhodamine 6G Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rhodamine 6G. Page 16.

Rhodamine B Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rhodamine B. Page 17.

Rhodanine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rhodanine. Page 14.

Ribofuranose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ribofuranose. Page 19.

Ritalin or Methylphenidate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of methylphenidate, also known as Ritalin. Page 8.

Rohypnol - Flunitrazepam Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rohypnol or flunitrazepam. Page 9.

Rosolic Acid - Aurin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of aurin, also known as rosolic acid. Page 21.

Rotenone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rotenone. Page 22.

Octadecanoic Acid - Stearic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of stearic acid, also known as octadecanoic acid. Page 29.

D-Threonine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-threonine. Page 43.

L-Threonine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-threonine. Page 42.

3,4,4,5-Tetramethylcyclohexa-2,5-dien-1-one or Penguinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of penguinone or 3,4,4,5-tetramethylcyclohexa-2,5-dien-1-one. Page 40.

Thiol Functional Group
Thiol Functional Group. Chemistry. Page 41.

Threonine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of threonine. Page 44.

1H-1,2,3-Triazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1H-1,2,3-triazole. Page 47.

2H-1,2,3-Triazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2H-1,2,3-triazole. Page 48.

4H-1,2,3-Triazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 4H-1,2,3-triazole. Page 49.

Tocopherol or Vitamin E
Molecular Structure of Vitamin E or Tocopherol. Page 46.

Trinitrophenol Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional molecular structure of picric acid, also known as trinitrophenol or TNP. Page 45.

Tryptophan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tryptophan. Page 51.

o-Toluic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of o-toluic acid. Page 52.

p-Toluic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 4-methylbenzoic acid or p-toluic acid. Page 54.

Umbelliferone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of umbelliferone. Page 9.

Undecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of undecane. Page 11.

Undecanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of undecanol. Page 10.

Urea Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of urea. Page 12.

Urethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of urethane. Page 13.

Uric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of uric acid. Page 14.

Uridine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of uridine. Page 8.

Usnic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of usnic acid. Page 15.

Cholecalciferol - Vitamin D3 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cholecalciferol or vitamin D3. Page 197.

Dihydrotachysterol - Vitamin D4 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of dihydrotachysterol or vitamin D4. Page 122.

m-Toluic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of m-toluic acid. Page 53.

Tartaric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tartaric acid. Page 56.

Tartrazine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tartrazine. Page 57.

Taurine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of taurine. Page 58.

Terephthalic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of terephthalic acid. Page 59.

1,1,1-Trichloroethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. Page 105.

3,3',5,5'-Tetrachlorobiphenyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 3,3',5,5'-tetrachlorobiphenyl. Page 67.

Alpha-Terpineol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-terpineol. Page 64.

Beta-Terpineol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of beta-terpineol. Page 65.

Gamma-Terpineol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gamma-terpineol. Page 66.

Tetracene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetracene. Page 80.

Tetrachloroethylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrachloroethylene. Page 68.

Tetrachloromethane - Carbon Tetrachloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrachloromethane or carbon tetrachloride. Page 69.

Tetradecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetradecane. Page 70.

Tetraethylene Glycol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetraethylene glycol. Page 71.

Tetrahedrane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrahedrane. Page 72.

Tetrahydrofuran (THF) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrahydrofuran. Page 73.

Tetralin - Tetrahydronaphthalene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrahydronaphthalene or tetralin. Page 74.

Tetramethrin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetramethrin. Page 75.

Tetramethylsilane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetramethylsilane. Page 76.

Tetramethylurea Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetramethylurea. Page 77.

Tetranitromethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetranitromethane. Page 78.

Tetrathiafulvalene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrathiafulvalene. Page 79.

Tetrazine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,2,4,5-tetrazine. Page 81.

Tetrodotoxin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetrodotoxin. Page 82.

Tetryl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tetryl. Page 83.

Thiazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiazole. Page 84.

Thioacetamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thioacetamide. Page 85.

Thiolactic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiolactic acid. Page 86.

Thiophosgene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiophosgene. Page 87.

Thiourea Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiourea. Page 88.

Thiram Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiram. Page 89.

Thorin - Thorinol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thorin or throinol. Page 90.

Thymidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thymidine. Page 91.

Thymol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thymol. Page 92.

Thymolphthalein Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thymolphthalein. Page 93.

Thyroxine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thyroxine. Page 94.

Tiglic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tiglic acid. Page 96.

Tinidazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tinidazole. Page 97.

Toluene Diisocyanate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of toluene diisocyanate. Page 98.

Tributyl Phosphate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tributyl phosphate. Page 100.

Tributylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tributylamine. Page 101.

Tributylphosphine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tributylphosphine. Page 102.

Trichloroacetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trichloroacetic acid. Page 103.

Trichloroacetonitrile Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trichloroacetonitrile. Page 104.

Trichloroethylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trichloroethylene. Page 106.

Trichlorofluoromethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trichlorofluoromethane. Page 107.

Triiodothyronine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triiodothyronine. Page 95.

m-Terphenyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of m-terphenyl. Page 61.

o-Terphenyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of o-terphenyl. Page 62.

p-Terphenyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of p-terphenyl. Page 63.

p-Toluenesulfonic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of p-toluenesulfonic acid. Page 99.

Trimethylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trimethylamine. Page 123.

Trimethyl Phosphite Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trimethyl phosphite. Page 122.

Trimellitic Anhydride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trimellitic anhydride. Page 121.

Trifluoromethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trifluoromethane. Page 120.

Trifluoroethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trifluoroethane. Page 118.

Trifluoroacetic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trifluoroacetic acid. Page 117.

Triethylene Glycol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triethylene glycol. Page 116.

Triethylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triethylamine. Page 115.

Triethylaluminum Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triethylaluminum. Page 114.

Tridecanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tridecanoic acid. Page 113.

2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2,2,2-trifluoroethanol. Page 119.

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene. Page 126.

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene. Page 125.

1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 1,2,3-trimethylbenzene. Page 124.

Polyvinyl Alcohol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyvinyl alcohol. Page 127.

Polyvinyl Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyvinyl chloride. Page 128.

Polyvinyl Fluoride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyvinyl fluoride. Page 129.

2-Propanone - Acetone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-propanone, or acetone. Page 137.

Alpha-Propiolactone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-propiolactone. Page 139.

Beta-Propiolactone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of beta-propiolactone. Page 140.

Polyvinylidene Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyvinylidene chloride. Page 130.

Polyvinylidene Fluoride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of polyvinylidene fluoride. Page 131.

Prednisone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of prednisone. Page 132.

Primaquine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of primaquine. Page 133.

Procaine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of procaine. Page 134.

Prolactin Structure
This is the structure of prolactin. Page 135.

Propargyl Alcohol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propargyl alcohol. Page 138.

Propionaldehyde - Propanal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propionaldehyde or propanal. Page 142.

Propionic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propionic acid. Page 143.

Propionitrile Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propionitrile. Page 144.

Propoxur Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propoxur. Page 145.

Pyrene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrene. Page 149.

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol. Page 108.

Tricine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tricine. Page 109.

Triclabendazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triclabendazole. Page 110.

Tricosane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tricosane. Page 111.

Tridecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tridecane. Page 112.

D-Tyrosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-tyrosine. Page 141.

L-Tyrosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-tyrosine. Page 140.

Tricresyl Phosphate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tricresyl phosphate. Page 127.

Triphenyl Phosphate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenyl phosphate. Page 128.

Triphenylamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylamine. Page 129.

Triphenylene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylene. Page 131.

Triphenylmethane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylmethane. Page 132.

Triphenylmethanol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylmethanol. Page 133.

Triphenylphosphine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylphosphine. Page 134.

Triphenylstibine - Triphenylantimony Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of triphenylstibine. Page 130.

Tropane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tropane. Page 135.

Tropinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tropinone. Page 136.

Trypan Blue Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trypan blue. Page 137.

Tuataric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tuataric acid. Page 138.

Tyrosine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tyrosine. Page 139.

Alpha-Tocopherol - Vitamin E (E307) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-tocopherol. Page 142.

Delta-Tocopherol - Vitamin E (E309) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of delta-tocopherol. Page 144.

Gamma-Tocopherol - Vitamin E (E308) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gamma-tocopherol. Page 143.

D-Valine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-valine. Page 30.

Perchloric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the three-dimensional chemical structure of perchloric acid, one of the strong acids. Page 46.

Perchloric Acid - 2-D Structure of Perchloric Acid
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of perchloric acid, showing the bond angles between the atoms in perchloric acid. Page 47.

Picric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional molecular structure of picric acid, also known as trinitrophenol or TNP. Page 50.

2-Pyridone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-pyridone. Page 154.

1,8-Bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene (Proton Sponge)
This is the chemical structure of 1,8-bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene (Proton Sponge). Page 146.

Purine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 7H-purine. Page 147.

Pyrazine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrazine. Page 148.

Pyrethrin I Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrethrin I. Page 150.

Pyrethrin II Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrethrin II. Page 151.

Pyridazine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyridazine. Page 152.

Pyridine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyridine. Page 153.

Pyrilamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrilamine. Page 156.

Pyrimethamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrimethamine. Page 157.

Pyrimidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrimidine. Page 158.

Pyrocatechol - Catechol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of catechol, also known as pyrocatechol. Page 159.

Pyroglutamic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyroglutamic acid. Page 160.

Pyrrole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrrole. Page 155.

Pyrrolidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyrrolidine. Page 161.

Pyruvic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyruvic acid. Page 162.

Secondary Aldimine Group
This is the general structure of the secondary aldimine group. Page 85.

Secondary Amine Group
This is the general structure of the secondary amine group. Page 84.

Secondary Ketimine Group
This is the general structure of the secondary ketimine group. Page 83.

D-Serine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of D-serine. Page 44.

L-Serine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-serine. Page 43.

Serine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of serine. Page 45.

L-Valine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of L-valine. Page 31.

Valine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of valine. Page 29.

Vasopressin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vasopressin. Page 32.

Valium - Diazepam Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of diazepam. Page 39.

Valproic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of valproic acid. Page 40.

Venlafaxine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of venlafaxine. Page 41.

Vigulariol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vigulariol. Page 42.

Vinyl Acetate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vinyl acetate. Page 44.

Vinyl Carbamate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vinyl carbamate. Page 45.

Vinyl Fluoride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vinyl fluoride. Page 43.

Violanthrone-79 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of violanthrone-79. Page 46.

Vitamin D3 - Cholecalciferol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of cholecalciferol or vitamin D3. Page 33.

Vitamin D4 - Dihydrotachysterol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of dihydrotachysterol or vitamin D4. Page 34.

Vitamin D5 - Sitocalciferol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sitocalciferol or vitamin D5. Page 35.

Vitamin E (E307) - Alpha-Tocopherol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of alpha-tocopherol. Page 38.

Vitamin E (E308) - Gamma-Tocopherol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of gamma-tocopherol. Page 37.

Vitamin E (E309) - Delta-Tocopherol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of delta-tocopherol. Page 36.

Kappaxan - Vitamin K4 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of kappaxan. Page 9.

Menaquinone-4 - Vitamin K2 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of menaquinone-4. Page 96.

Phylloquinone - Vitamin K1 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of phylloquinone. Page 163.

Vitamin K4 - Kappaxan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of kappaxan. Page 50.

Menaquinone-4 - Vitamin K2 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of menaquinone-4. Page 48.

Vitamin K1 - Phylloquinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of phylloquinone. Page 47.

Vitamin K5 - Synkamin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of synkamin. Page 49.

Sodium Acetate or Sodium Ethanoate
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of sodium acetate or sodium ethanoate. Page 35.

Apatite Crystals
Apatite is the name given to a group of phosphate minerals. Page 8.

Fluorite Crystals
Fluorite or fluorspar is an isometric mineral composed of calcium fluoride. Page 33.

Heliodor Crystal
Heliodor is also known as golden beryl. Page 42.

Spessartine Garnet Crystals
Spessartine or spessartite is manganese aluminum garnet. This is a specimen of spessartine garnet crystals from Fujian Province, China. Page 87.

SEX Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of SEX. Page 49.

Soman Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of Soman. Page 46.

Sucrose Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sucrose. Page 47.

Safrole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of safrole. Page 50.

Salicin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of salicin. Page 51.

Salicylaldehyde Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of salicylaldehyde. Page 52.

Salvinorin A Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of salvinorin A. Page 53.

Sclareol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sclareol. Page 54.

Sebacic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sebacic acid. Page 55.

Sebacoyl Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sebacoyl chloride. Page 56.

Selacholeic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of selacholeic acid. Page 57.

Selenocysteine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of selenocysteine. Page 58.

Selenomethionine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of selenomethionine. Page 59.

Shikimic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of shikimic acid. Page 60.

Siamenoside I Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of siamenoside I. Page 74.

Sildenafil - Viagra Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sildenafil. Page 61.

Skatole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of skatole. Page 62.

Sorbic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sorbic acid. Page 63.

Sotolon - Sotolone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sotolon, or sotolone. Page 64.

Spermidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of spermidine. Page 65.

Squalene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of squalene. Page 66.

Stearic Acid - Octadecanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of stearic acid, also known as octadecanoic acid. Page 67.

Strychnine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of strychnine. Page 68.

Succinic Anhydride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of succinic anhydride. Page 69.

Sulfanilamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sulfanilamide. Page 70.

Sulfanilic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sulfanilic acid. Page 71.

Sulforhodamine B Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sulforhodamine B. Page 72.

Suxamethonium Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of suxamethonium chloride. Page 73.

Sitocalciferol - Vitamin D5 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sitocalciferol or vitamin D5. Page 75.

Synkamin - Vitamin K5 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of synkamin. Page 76.

Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace
The beautiful mineral terraces of the Mammoth Hot Springs are travertine, a form of limestone (calcium carbonate) that precipitates from hot springs. Travertine forms quickly as supersaturated alkaline waters emerge into air. Carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere, which lowers the pH of the water, inducing precipitation of the calcium carbonate. Page 3.

New Mammoth Terrace
Some geothermal features require hundred or even thousands of years to form, but the terraces at the Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park change their appearance on a daily basis. Page 4.

Yellowstone Hot Spring
The hot springs and geothermal pools found throughout Yellowstone National Park occur in a rainbow of colors. The water itself is blue, which may be deepened by a reflection from the sky above, darkened by iron deposits on the rock, or lightened by white calcium carbonate deposits. Page 2.

Green Yellowstone Waterfall
Water takes many colors in Yellowstone National Park. The water in this waterfall may be green due to the presence of green algae living in the water or it may take its coloration from the presence of yellow sulfur in the water, which would cause usual blue water to appear green. Page 5.

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone displays colored bands of many minerals. The canyon formed as a result of erosion rather than glaciation, though both processes have occurred in the park. Page 6.

Colorful Geyser Basin Runoff
The colorful orange bands of this geyser overflow in the Norris Geyser Basin of Yellowstone are a result of the orange cyanobacteria that flourish in the hot acidic water. Page 10.

Sunset Lake at Yellowstone
Yellowstone's Sunset Lake displays a wide range of the colors found in a geothermal pool. Page 8.

Yellowstone Obsidian Black Sand
There are black beaches and stretches of black gravel at Yellowstone made up of obsidian, a natural volcanic glass associated with rhyolitic lava flows. Page 9.

Geothermal Mineral Terrace Colors
The white terraces at Yellowstone are calcium carbonate, while reddish and brown colors can indicate the presence of iron oxides. The color of the terrace reflects the chemical composition of the limestone that was dissolved by the hot geothermal water and the nature of the soil through which the water passed. Page 7.

Nuclear Explosion in Space - Hardtack-Orange Shot, Aug 12, 1958
This is a photo of the Hardtack-Orange nuclear explosion, one of the few nuclear explosions to occur in space. Page 23.

Charles-Adolphe Wurtz (1817 - 1884)
Charles-Adolphe Wurtz (1817 - 1884). Page 11.

Harvey Washington Wiley (1844 - 1930)
Harvey Washington Wiley (1844 - 1930). Page 6.

James Walker (1863 - 1935)
James Walker (1863 - 1935). Chemistry. Page 3.

Johann Rudolf Wolf (1816 - 1893)
Johann Rudolf Wolf (1816 - 1893). Page 8.

Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923)
Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923). Page 2.

Johannes Wislicenus (1835 - 1902)
Johannes Wislicenus (1835 - 1902). Page 7.

Orville Wright (1871 - 1948)
Orville Wright (1871 - 1948). Chemistry. Page 9.

Wilbur Wright (1867 - 1912)
Wilbur Wright (1867 - 1912). Chemistry. Page 10.

Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804 - 1891)
Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804 - 1891). Page 4.

William Whewell (1794 - 1866)
William Whewell (1794 - 1866). Chemistry. Page 5.

Ahmed Hassan Zewail
Zewail was awarded the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his studies using ultrafast lasers to determine the dynamics of chemical bonding on the femtosecond level. Page 2.

Karl Waldemar Ziegler
Karl Waldemar Ziegler was a German chemist and Nobel laureate. Page 3.

Pieter Zeeman (1865 - 1943)
Pieter Zeeman (1865 - 1943). Chemistry.

Richard Adolf Zsigmondy
Richard Adolf Zsigmondy was an Austrian-German chemist and Nobel Laureate. Page 4.

Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. (1923 - 1998)
Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. (1923 - 1998). Page 11.

Arnold Sommerfeld (1868 - 1951)
Arnold Sommerfeld (1868 - 1951). Chemistry. Page 17.

Arthur Leonard Schawlow (1921 - 1999)
Arthur Leonard Schawlow (1921 - 1999). Page 2.

Ascanio Sobrero (1812 - 1888)
Ascanio Sobrero (1812 - 1888). Chemistry. Page 15.

Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742 - 1786)
Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742 - 1786). Page 3.

Charles Edouard Brown Sequard (1817 - 1894)
Charles Edouard Brown Sequard (1817 - 1894). Page 9.

Emilio Segre (1905 - 1989)
Emilio Segre (1905 - 1989). Chemistry. Page 8.

Ernest Solvay (1838 - 1922)
Ernest Solvay (1838 - 1922). Chemistry. Page 16.

Eugene Shoemaker (1928 - 1997)
Eugene Shoemaker (1928 - 1997). Chemistry. Page 12.

Friedrich Wilhelm Adam Sertuerner (1783 - 1841)
Friedrich Wilhelm Adam Sertuerner (1783 - 1841). Page 10.

Friedrich Georg Wilhelm von Struve (1793 - 1864)
Friedrich Georg Wilhelm von Struve (1793 - 1864). Page 22.