Chemistry Sitemap - Page 27 2016-09-26

Georg Ernst Stahl (1660 - 1734)
Georg Ernst Stahl (1660 - 1734). Chemistry. Page 19.

Glenn T. Seaborg (1912 - 1999)
Glenn T. Seaborg (1912 - 1999). Chemistry. Page 5.

Hans Sloane (1660 - 1753)
Hans Sloane (1660 - 1753). Chemistry. Page 13.

Hans Spemann (1869-1941)
Hans Spemann (1869-1941). Chemistry. Page 18.

James Smithson (1765 - 1829)
James Smithson (1765 - 1829). Chemistry. Page 14.

John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh (1842 - 1919)
John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh (1842 - 1919). Page 21.

Jonas Salk (1914 - 1995)
Jonas Salk (1914 - 1995). Chemistry.

Joseph Wilson Swan (1828 - 1914)
Joseph Wilson Swan (1828 - 1914). Page 23.

Matthias Jakob Schleiden (1804 - 1881)
Matthias Jakob Schleiden (1804 - 1881). Page 4.

Pietro Angelo Secchi (1818 - 1878)
Pietro Angelo Secchi (1818 - 1878). Page 6.

Thomas Johann Seebeck (1770 - 1831)
Thomas Johann Seebeck (1770 - 1831). Page 7.

Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
Claude Cohen-Tannoudji. Chemistry. Page 2.

Dennis Tito
Dennis Tito. Chemistry. Page 7.

Elihu Thomson (1853 - 1937)
Elihu Thomson (1853 - 1937). Chemistry. Page 5.

Jokichi Takamine (1854 - 1922)
Jokichi Takamine (1854 - 1922). Chemistry.

William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin (1824-1907)
William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin (1824-1907). Page 6.

Louis Jacques Thenard (1777 - 1857)
Louis Jacques Thenard (1777 - 1857). Page 4.

Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet (1872 - 1919)
Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet (1872 - 1919). Page 8.

Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943). Chemistry. Page 3.

Emil Theodor Kocher (1841 - 1917)
Emil Theodor Kocher (1841 - 1917). Page 4.

Karl Klaus (1796-1864)
Karl Klaus (1796-1864). Chemistry. Page 2.

Robert Koch (1843 - 1910)
Robert Koch (1843 - 1910). Chemistry. Page 3.

Roger Kornberg
Roger Kornberg. Chemistry. Page 5.

Albert Abraham Michelson (1852 - 1931)
Albert Abraham Michelson (1852 - 1931). Page 11.

Barbara McClintock (1902 - 1992)
Barbara McClintock (1902 - 1992). Page 8.

Edward Williams Morley (1838 - 1923)
Edward Williams Morley (1838 - 1923). Page 13.

Jean-Charles-Galinard de Marignac (1817 - 1894)
Jean-Charles-Galinard de Marignac (1817 - 1894). Page 4.

Gregor Johann Mendel (1822 - 1884)
Gregor Johann Mendel (1822 - 1884). Page 10.

Guglielmo Marconi (1874 - 1937)
Guglielmo Marconi (1874 - 1937). Chemistry. Page 2.

Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov (1845 - 1916)
Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov (1845 - 1916). Page 9.

James Clerk Maxwell (1831 - 1879)
James Clerk Maxwell (1831 - 1879). Page 6.

Johannes Peter Müller (1801 - 1858)
Johannes Peter Müller (1801 - 1858). Page 15.

John Muir (1838 - 1914)
John Muir (1838 - 1914). Chemistry. Page 14.

Karl Alex Müller
Karl Alex Müller. Chemistry. Page 16.

Maria Goeppert Mayer (1906 - 1972)
Maria Goeppert Mayer (1906 - 1972). Page 7.

Rita Levi-Montalcini
Rita Levi-Montalcini. Chemistry. Page 12.

Robert D. Maurer
Robert D. Maurer. Chemistry. Page 5.

Rudolph A. Marcus
Rudolph A. Marcus. Chemistry. Page 3.

Andrew Fire
Andrew Fire. Chemistry. Page 2.

Augustin-Jean Fresnel (1788 - 1827)
Augustin-Jean Fresnel (1788 - 1827). Page 9.

Charles Fabry
Charles Fabry (1867 - 1945). Chemistry.

Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686 - 1736)
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686 - 1736). Page 12.

Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier
Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier (768 - 1830). Page 6.

Joseph von Fraunhofer
Joseph von Fraunhofer (1787 - 1826). Page 8.

Klaus Fuchs
Klaus Fuchs (1911 - 1988) ID Badge from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Page 10.

Michael Foster
Michael Foster (1836 - 1907). Chemistry. Page 5.

Robert Francis Furchgott
Robert Francis Furchgott (1916 - 2009). Page 11.

Rosalind Elsie Franklin
Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920 - 1958). Page 7.

Walther Flemming
Walther Flemming (1843 - 1905). Chemistry. Page 4.

Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming (1857 - 1911)
Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming (1857 - 1911). Page 3.

Camillo Golgi
Camillo Golgi (1843 - 1926). Chemistry. Page 9.

Charles Edouard Guillaume
Charles Edouard Guillaume (1861 - 1938). Page 15.

Charles Goodyear
Charles Goodyear (1860 - 1800). Chemistry. Page 12.

Jane Goodall
Jane Goodall. Chemistry. Page 10.

Johan Gadolin
Johan Gadolin (1760 - 1852). Chemistry.

Johann Gottfried Galle
Johann Gottfried Galle (1812 - 1910). Page 2.

John Goodricke
John Goodricke (1764 - 1786). Chemistry. Page 11.

John Herschel Glenn Jr.
John Herschel Glenn Jr. Chemistry. Page 6.

Joseph L. Goldstein
Joseph L. Goldstein. Chemistry. Page 8.

Josiah Willard Gibbs
Josiah Willard Gibbs (1839 - 1903). Page 4.

Maurice Goldhaber
Maurice Goldhaber. Chemistry. Page 7.

William Gilbert
William Gilbert (1544 - 1603). Chemistry. Page 5.

William Robert Grove
William Robert Grove (1811 - 1896). Page 14.

Zenobe Theophile Gramme
Zenobe Theophile Gramme (1826 - 1901). Page 13.

Antoine Alexandre Brutus Bussy (1794 - 1882)
Antoine Alexandre Brutus Bussy (1794 - 1882). Page 24.

Antoine Jerome Balard (1802 -1876)
Antoine Jerome Balard (1802 -1876). Page 2.

Auguste Bravais (1811 - 1863)
Auguste Bravais (1811 - 1863). Chemistry. Page 21.

Charles Barkla (1877 - 1944)
Charles Barkla (1877 - 1944). Chemistry. Page 26.

Charles Best (1899 - 1978)
Charles Best (1899 - 1978) at age 24. Page 7.

Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard (1817 - 1894)
Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard (1817 - 1894). Page 23.

Edouard van Beneden (1846 - 1910)
Edouard van Beneden (1846 - 1910). Page 5.

Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 - 1910)
Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 - 1910). Page 13.

Emil Adolf von Behring (1854 - 1917)
Emil Adolf von Behring (1854 - 1917). Page 4.

Gerd Binnig
Gerd Binnig. Chemistry. Page 8.

Jean-Baptiste Biot (1774 - 1862)
Jean-Baptiste Biot (1774 - 1862). Page 9.

Jean Baptiste Boussingault (1802 - 1887)
Jean Baptiste Boussingault (1802 - 1887). Page 16.

Johann Jakob Balmer (1825 - 1898)
Johann Jakob Balmer (1825 - 1898). Page 3.

John Logie Baird (1888 - 1946)
John Logie Baird (1888 - 1946). Chemistry.

Joseph Black (1728 - 1799)
Joseph Black (1728 - 1799). Chemistry. Page 11.

Karl Ferdinand Braun (1850 - 1918)
Karl Ferdinand Braun (1850 - 1918). Page 20.

Kristian Olaf Birkeland (1867 - 1917)
Kristian Olaf Birkeland (1867 - 1917). Page 25.

Michael Stuart Brown
Michael Stuart Brown. Chemistry. Page 22.

Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett (1897 - 1974)
Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett (1897 - 1974). Page 12.

Paul Emile Lecoq de Boisbaudran (1838 - 1912)
Paul Emile Lecoq de Boisbaudran (1838 - 1912). Page 14.

Torbern Olof Bergman (1735 - 1784)
Torbern Olof Bergman (1735 - 1784). Page 6.

Vilhelm Bjerknes (1862 - 1951)
Vilhelm Bjerknes (1862 - 1951). Chemistry. Page 10.

Wernher von Braun (1912 - 1977)
Wernher von Braun (1912 - 1977). Chemistry. Page 18.

William Bond (1789 - 1859)
William Bond (1789 - 1859). Chemistry. Page 15.

William Henry Bragg (1862 - 1942)
William Henry Bragg (1862 - 1942). Page 19.

Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin (1809 - 1882). Chemistry. Page 2.

Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin (1809 - 1882). Chemistry.

Charles François de Cisternay du Fay
Charles François de Cisternay du Fay (1698 - 1739). Page 10.

Edwin Drake
Edwin Drake (1819 - 1880). Chemistry. Page 8.

Fausto D'Elhuyar
Fausto D'Elhuyar (1755 - 1833) Co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 5.

Frans Cornelis Donders
Frans Cornelis Donders (1818 - 1889). Page 7.

Jean Baptiste Andre Dumas
Jean Baptiste Andre Dumas (1800 - 1884). Page 12.

John Davy
John Davy (1790 - 1868). Chemistry. Page 4.

John William Draper
John William Draper (1811 - 1882). Page 9.

Juan Jose D'Elhuyar
Juan Jose D'Elhuyar (1754 - 1796) co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 6.

Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci self portrait. Chemistry. Page 3.

Pierre-Louis Dulong
Pierre-Louis Dulong (1785 - 1838). Page 11.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955). Chemistry. Page 3.

Charles de L'Ecluse (1525 - 1609)
Charles de L'Ecluse (1525 - 1609). Page 2.

Emil Erlenmeyer
Emil Erlenmeyer (1825 - 1909). Chemistry. Page 7.

Fausto D'Elhuyar
Fausto D'Elhuyar (1755 - 1833) Co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 5.

George Eastman
George Eastman (1854 - 1932). Chemistry.

Juan Jose D'Elhuyar
Juan Jose D'Elhuyar (1754 - 1796) co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 6.

Willem Einthoven (1860 - 1927)
Willem Einthoven (1860 - 1927). Chemistry. Page 4.

Anders Jonas Angstrom (1814 - 1874)
Anders Jonas Angstrom (1814 - 1874). Page 9.

Andre-Marie Ampere (1775 - 1836)
Andre-Marie Ampere (1775 - 1836). Page 7.

Christian Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. (1916 - 1995)
Christian Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. (1916 - 1995). Page 8.

Clement Ader (1841 - 1925)
Clement Ader (1841 - 1925). Chemistry. Page 5.

Edward Victor Appleton (1892 - 1965)
Edward Victor Appleton (1892 - 1965). Page 10.

Franz Karl Achard (1753 - 1821)
Franz Karl Achard (1753 - 1821). Chemistry. Page 3.

Hannes Alfven (1908 - 1995)
Hannes Alfven (1908 - 1995). Chemistry. Page 6.

Hattie Elizabeth Alexander and Sadie Carlin - 1926
Hattie Elizabeth Alexander and Sadie Carlin - 1926. Page 13.

Henry Edward Armstrong (1848 - 1937)
Henry Edward Armstrong (1848 - 1937). Page 11.

John Couch Adams (1819 - 1892)
John Couch Adams (1819 - 1892). Chemistry. Page 4.

Julius Axelrod (1912 - 2004)
Julius Axelrod (1912 - 2004). Chemistry. Page 12.

Philip Hauge Abelson (1913 - 2004)
Philip Hauge Abelson (1913 - 2004). Page 2.

Alanine - Amino Acid
Alanine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 29.

Amino Acid General Structure
This is the general chemical structure for an amino acid. Page 38.

Arginine - Amino Acid
Arginine is one of the amino acids. Page 37.

Asparagine - Amino Acid
Asparagine is one of the amino acids. Page 25.

Cysteine - Amino Acid
Cysteine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 20.

Glutamic Acid - Amino Acid
Glutamic acid is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 27.

Glutamine - Amino Acid
Glutamine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 21.

Glycine - Amino Acid
Glycine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 30.

Histidine - Amino Acid
Histidine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 22.

Isoleucine - Amino Acid
Isoleucine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 23.

Leucine - Amino Acid
Leucine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 32.

Lysine - Amino Acid
Lysine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 36.

Methionine - Amino Acid
Methionine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 28.

Phenylalanine - Amino Acid
Phenylalanine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 24.

Phenylalanine - Amino Acid
Phenylalanine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 19.

Proline - Amino Acid
Proline is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 33.

Serine - Amino Acid
Serine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 34.

Threonine - Amino Acid
Threonine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 35.

Tryptophan - Amino Acid
Tryptophan is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 31.

Tyrosine - Amino Acid
Tyrosine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 40.

Valine - Amino Acid
Valine is an amino acid. Chemistry. Page 39.

Molecular Structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid
Molecular Structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid. Page 18.

Benitoite Crystals
These are blue crystals of the rare barium titanium silicate mineral called benitoite. Page 12.

Colored Salt Crystals
These are salt crystals that grew on the inside of a bowl. The coloring is from food coloring that was added to the salt solution. Page 71.

Salt Crystal Geode
This salt crystal geode was easy to make and used only common kitchen ingredients. Page 74.

Red Snow
This is red Antarctic snow. The snow is red due to the presence of Chlamydomonas algae. The colored snow is sometimes called 'watermelon snow' both because of its color (red or green) and because it reportedly tastes and smells sweet. Eating colored colored snow is inadvisable, since the algae can cause illness. Page 40.

Salt Crystals
These are cubic crystals of table salt or sodium chloride. The salt crystals were produced by evaporating a salt solution on a black plate. The crystals are 3-mm across. Page 68.

Alexander Arrangement of the Elements - Alternative Periodic Tables
The Alexander arrangement of the elements is a three-dimensional periodic table. Page 8.

Crab Nebula
Composite photograph from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA/NASA Hubble Space Telescope of the Crab Pulsar at the center of the Crab Nebula. Page 36.

Eye of God or Helix Nebula


Tumbler-Snapper Charlie Blast
Tumbler-Snapper Charlie explosion immediately after H-hour, 0930 hours, the famous mushroom head cloud rises above the earth at Nevada Proving Grounds, April 22, 1952. This was the first televised atomic bomb test. Page 20.

Emil Abderhalden
Emil Abderhalden was a famous Swiss biochemist and physiologist. Page 7.

Fausto D'Elhuyar (1755 - 1833)
Fausto D'Elhuyar (1755 - 1833) Co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 31.

Gaylord Nelson
Gaylord Nelson. Chemistry. Page 51.

James Walker (1863 - 1935)
James Walker (1863 - 1935). Chemistry. Page 71.

Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923)
Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923). Page 69.

Juan Jose D'Elhuyar (1754 - 1796)
Juan Jose D'Elhuyar (1754 - 1796) co-discoverer of tungsten. Page 32.

Richard Abegg
Richard Wilhelm Heinrich Abegg was the German chemist who described valence theory. Page 8.

Robert Millikan
Robert Millikan is famous for his measurement of the charge on the electron and his work on the photoelectric effect. Millikan received the 1923 Nobel Prize in Physics. Page 49.

Tuan Vo-Dinh
Professor Dr. Tuan Vo-Dinh is famous chemist and inventor who specializes in the field of photonics. Page 70.

Steel Phase Diagram
This is an iron-carbon phase diagram for carbon steel which shows the condition under which the phases are stable. Page 17.

Photosynthesis - Diagram of Photosynthesis
This is a generalized diagram of the process of photosynthsis through which plants convert solar energy into chemical energy. Page 72.

Wind Farm at South Point
Wind Farm at South Point. Chemistry. Page 6.

Cathode Diagram
Cathode Diagram. Chemistry. Page 3.

Solid Rocket Motor
Solid rockets can be extremely simple. This is a diagram of a solid rocket motor, illustrating typical elements of construction. Page 69.

TRIS Base or Buffer
TRIS Base or Buffer. Chemistry. Page 33.

Teflon or Polytetrafluoroethylene
Teflon or Polytetrafluoroethylene. Page 34.

Carbon - Dalton's Symbol for Carbon
This is the chemical symbol John Dalton used for the element carbon. Page 5.

Hydrogen - Dalton's Hydrogen Symbol
This is Dalton's chemistry symbol for hydrogen. Page 3.

Nitrogen - Dalton's Symbol for Nitrogen
This is Dalton's chemistry symbol for nitrogen. Page 4.

Oxygen - Dalton's Symbol for Oxygen
This is Dalton's chemistry symbol for oxygen. Page 2.

Ivory in the Microwave
Ivory in the Microwave. Chemistry. Page 21.

Monomethylhydrazine
Monomethylhydrazine or MMH is a volatile hydrazine compound that is found in certain species of mushrooms and is a component of rocket fuel. Page 29.

PBDE - Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers or PBDEs are organic bromine compounds that are used as a flame retardant. They are structurally similar to PCBs. Page 45.

Phosphoric Acid Structure
Phosphoric Acid Structure. Chemistry. Page 44.

Uranium Hexafluoride
This is the three-dimensional structure of uranium hexafluoride. Page 7.

Uranium Hexafluoride
This is the three-dimensional crystal structure for uranium hexafluoride. Page 6.

Centipede
Centipede. Chemistry. Page 8.

Climb Down to Green Sand Beach
Climb Down to Green Sand Beach. Chemistry. Page 12.

Eroded Volcanic Rock at South Point
Eroded Volcanic Rock at South Point. Page 9.

Slide Down to the Green Sand Beach
Slide Down to the Green Sand Beach. Page 13.

Olivine in Lava
Olivine in Lava. Chemistry. Page 14.

On the Green Sand Beach
On the Green Sand Beach. Chemistry. Page 15.

Tannic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tannic acid. Page 55.

Chemist Girl Holding Flask
This girl is holding a flask of liquid. Page 30.

Green Chlamydomonas Snow
This is a patch of green snow, colored from the presence of Chlamydomonas algae. This photograph was taken in Antarctica, but green snow occurs throughout the world in alpine regions. Page 5.

Ice Algae
This is a photo of krill scraping algae off of the undersurface of green pack ice in Antarctica. Page 4.

Red Snow
This is red Antarctic snow. The snow is red due to the presence of Chlamydomonas algae. The colored snow is sometimes called 'watermelon snow' both because of its color (red or green) and because it reportedly tastes and smells sweet. Eating colored colored snow is inadvisable, since the algae can cause illness. Page 2.

Red Snow
This is a photo of red snow. The red color is caused by algae living in the snow. Page 7.

Watermelon Snow Streaks
This photograph shows streaks of red in the watermelon snow. The red pigment absorbs heat and melts the snow, which will channel its way downhill as the pits in the snow run together. Page 6.

Watermelon Snow
This is a photograph of watermelon snow, showing pitting in the snow and a bootprint that has left a red track. Page 3.

George Washington Carver in his Lab
George Washington Carver in his Lab. Page 18.

George Washington Carver
George Washington Carver. Chemistry. Page 19.

Fucitol
Fucitol. Chemistry. Page 27.

Moronic Acid
Moronic Acid. Chemistry. Page 17.

Traumatic Acid
Traumatic Acid. Chemistry. Page 26.

Angelic Acid
Angelic Acid. Chemistry. Page 2.

Anol
Anol. Chemistry. Page 3.

Arsole
Arsole. Chemistry. Page 4.

Azole
Azole. Chemistry. Page 5.

BARF
BARF. Chemistry. Page 6.

Basketane
Basketane Ring Structure. Chemistry. Page 7.

Broken Windowpane or Fenestrane
Broken Windowpane or Fenestrane. Chemistry. Page 8.

Buckminsterfullerene
Buckminsterfullerene. Chemistry. Page 9.

Cadaverine
Cadaverine. Chemistry. Page 10.

DAMN
DAMN. Chemistry. Page 11.

Diurea
Diurea. Chemistry. Page 13.

Mauveine
Mauveine. Chemistry. Page 15.

Ovalene
Ovalene. Chemistry. Page 18.

Penguinone
Penguinone. Chemistry. Page 19.

Putrescine
Putrescine. Chemistry. Page 20.

SEX or Sodium Ethyl Xanthate
SEX or Sodium Ethyl Xanthate. Chemistry. Page 21.

Snoutane
Snoutane. Chemistry. Page 22.

Warfarin
Warfarin. Chemistry. Page 24.

Windowpane
Windowpane. Chemistry. Page 25.

dUMP
dUMP. Chemistry. Page 14.

Chemistry Kids
Chemistry Kids. Page 5.

Chemistry Students
Chemistry Students. Page 18.

Girl Doing a Chemistry Experiment
Girl Doing a Chemistry Experiment. Page 8.

Goggle Kids
Goggle Kids. Chemistry. Page 3.

Home Experiment
Home Experiment. Chemistry. Page 11.

Meniscus Girl
Meniscus Girl. Chemistry. Page 7.

Mentos & Diet Cola Fountain
Mentos & Diet Cola Fountain. Chemistry. Page 14.

Mentos & Diet Cola Fountain
Mentos & Diet Cola Fountain. Chemistry. Page 13.

Play with Slime
Play with Slime. Chemistry. Page 19.

Science Boy
Science Boy. Chemistry. Page 6.

Science Girl
Science Girl. Chemistry. Page 20.

Science Girl
Science Girl. Chemistry. Page 4.

Slime
Slime. Chemistry. Page 9.

Vitamin C Titration
Vitamin C Titration. Chemistry. Page 10.

Mad Scientist Kid
Mad Scientist Kid. Chemistry. Page 15.

Science!
Science! Chemistry. Page 2.

Science Boy
Science Boy. Chemistry.

Scientist Costume
Scientist Costume. Chemistry. Page 12.

Scientist Kid
Scientist Kid. Chemistry. Page 16.

Student Taking a Science Test
Student Taking a Science Test. Chemistry. Page 17.

Cesium Crystals
Cesium Crystals. Chemistry. Page 24.

Citric Acid Crystals
Citric Acid Crystals. Chemistry. Page 25.

Epsom Salt Crystals
Epsom Salt Crystals. Chemistry. Page 32.

Fluorite or Fluorspar Crystals
Fluorite or Fluorspar Crystals. Chemistry. Page 34.

Liquid Crystals
Liquid Crystals. Chemistry. Page 51.

Niobium Crystals
Niobium Crystals. Chemistry. Page 56.

Salt Crystals
Salt Crystals. Chemistry. Page 73.

Fireworks Display
Fireworks Display. Chemistry. Page 17.

Fireworks Display
Fireworks Display. Chemistry. Page 18.

Fireworks Display
Fireworks Display. Chemistry. Page 20.

Fireworks Display
Fireworks Display. Chemistry. Page 22.

Fireworks Photo
Fireworks Photo. Chemistry. Page 21.

Fireworks Photo
Fireworks Photo. Chemistry. Page 16.

Fireworks Photograph
Fireworks Photograph. Chemistry. Page 19.

Fountain Firework Photo
Fountain Firework Photo. Chemistry. Page 14.

Fountain Firework
Fountain Firework. Chemistry. Page 15.

Sparkler Photograph
Sparkler Photograph. Chemistry. Page 13.

Beryl Crystal Photo
Beryl Crystal Photo. Chemistry. Page 13.

Chrome Alum Crystal
Chrome Alum Crystal. Chemistry. Page 26.

Emerald Crystals
Emerald Crystals. Chemistry. Page 29.

KDP Crystal
KDP Crystal. Chemistry. Page 47.

Magnesium Sulfate Crystals
Magnesium Sulfate Crystals. Chemistry. Page 54.

Salt and Vinegar Crystals
Salt and Vinegar Crystals. Chemistry. Page 75.

Boyle's Law Animated Illustration
Boyle's Law Animated Illustration. Page 7.

Charles's Law Illustration
Charles's Law Illustration. Chemistry. Page 8.

Ketamine Structure
Ketamine Structure. Chemistry. Page 2.

Limonene
This is the chemical structure of limonene. Page 44.

Lindane
Lindane. Chemistry. Page 43.

2H-Pyran - 1,2-Pyran Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2H-pyran or 1,2-pyran. Page 41.

PCP or Phencyclidine
PCP or Phencyclidine. Chemistry. Page 40.

Propylene Glycol
Propylene Glycol. Chemistry. Page 43.

Putrescine or Diaminobutane
Putrescine or Diaminobutane. Chemistry. Page 42.

Saccharin Chemical Structure
Saccharin Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 33.

Sodium Chloride Ionic Crystal
Sodium Chloride Ionic Crystal. Chemistry. Page 34.

Sodium Nitrate Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of sodium nitrate, also known as

Sorbitol
Sorbitol. Chemistry. Page 32.

Vinyl Chloride - Space-Filling Model
This is the space filled model of the chemical structure of vinyl chloride. Page 27.

Denatonium Benzoate
This is the chemical structure of denatonium benzoate. Page 36.

Dexamethazone
This is the chemical structure of dexamethazone. Page 37.

Dextran Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of dextran. Page 38.

Thymine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thymine. Page 30.

Triclosan
Triclosan. Chemistry. Page 32.

Triclosan Chemical Structure
This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of the antibacterial and antifungal agent triclosan. Page 35.

Traumatic Acid
Traumatic Acid. Chemistry. Page 31.

Oxidative Decarboxylation
Oxidative Decarboxylation. Chemistry. Page 12.

Cadaverine
Cadaverine. Chemistry. Page 47.

Caffeine Chemical Structure
Caffeine Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 44.

Citric Acid
Citric Acid. Chemistry. Page 45.

Cytosine
Cytosine. Chemistry. Page 43.

2'-Deoxyribose
This is the chemical structure of 2'-deoxyribose. Page 24.

Dioxin
There are actually several molecules called 'dioxin'. This is 2,3,7,8- tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. Page 22.

2-Methylbutane - Isopentane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2-methylbutane or isopentane. Page 25.

Methyl Methacrylate
Methyl Methacrylate. Chemistry. Page 26.

Uracil Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of uracil. Page 5.

Electrical Tree or Lichtenberg Figure
Electrical Tree or Lichtenberg Figure. Page 3.

Lichtenberg Figure
Lichtenberg Figure. Chemistry.

Lichtenberg Figures
Lichtenberg Figures. Chemistry. Page 4.

Lichtenberg Figures
Lichtenberg Figures. Chemistry. Page 5.

Lichtenberg Figures
Lichtenberg Figures. Chemistry. Page 6.

Lichtenberg Figures
Lichtenberg Figures. Chemistry. Page 7.

Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxin - Dioxin General Structure
This is the general chemical structure of a polychlorinated dibenzodioxin (dioxin). Page 23.

Lichtenberg Figure
Lichtenberg Figure. Chemistry. Page 2.

Eye of God Helix Nebula
Eye of God Helix Nebula. Chemistry. Page 34.

Hiroshima Atomic Cloud
Hiroshima Atomic Cloud. Chemistry. Page 17.

Operation Ivy - Mike Event
Operation Ivy - Mike Event. Chemistry. Page 14.

Firecrackers
Firecrackers. Chemistry. Page 2.

Fireworks Display
Fireworks Display. Chemistry. Page 6.

Fireworks
Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 8.

Fireworks
Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 4.

Fireworks
Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 12.

Fireworks
Fireworks Photograph. Chemistry. Page 7.

Fireworks
Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 11.

Fireworks that Resemble Palm Trees
Fireworks that Resemble Palm Trees. Page 5.

Photo of Fireworks
Photo of Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 10.

Photograph of Fireworks
Photograph of Fireworks. Chemistry. Page 9.

Sparkler
Photograph of a Sparkler. Chemistry. Page 27.

Sparkler
Sparkler. Chemistry.

Aurora Australis over New Zealand
Aurora Australis over New Zealand. Page 22.

Aurora Australis
Aurora Australis. Chemistry. Page 17.

Aurora Borealis
Aurora Borealis. Chemistry. Page 12.

Aurora on Jupiter
Aurora on Jupiter. Chemistry. Page 21.

Boomerang Nebula
Boomerang Nebula. Chemistry. Page 26.

Catseye Nebula
Catseye Nebula. Chemistry. Page 19.

Crab Nebula
Crab Nebula. Chemistry. Page 27.

Lightning Striking the Eiffel Tower
Lightning Striking the Eiffel Tower. Page 25.

Lightning over Boston
Lightning over Boston. Chemistry. Page 24.

Lightning over a Cemetary
Lightning over a Cemetary. Chemistry. Page 23.

Omega Nebula
Omega Nebula. Chemistry. Page 20.

Plasma Filaments from a Tesla Coil
Plasma Filaments from a Tesla Coil. Page 18.

Solar Filaments
Solar Filaments. Chemistry. Page 14.

Solar Plasma
Solar Plasma. Chemistry. Page 13.

Volcanic Eruption with Lightning
Volcanic Eruption with Lightning. Page 16.

Volcano with Lightning
Volcano with Lightning. Chemistry. Page 15.

Earth's Magnetosphere
Earth's Magnetosphere. Chemistry. Page 10.

Electric Discharge around Glass
Electric Discharge around Glass. Chemistry. Page 4.

Hall Effect Thruster
Hall Effect Thruster. Chemistry. Page 8.

Lightning Animation
Lightning Animation. Chemistry. Page 11.

Lightning Photograph
Lightning Photograph. Chemistry.

Lightning from a Thunderstorm
Lightning from a Thunderstorm. Chemistry. Page 6.

Mercury UV Lamp
Mercury UV Lamp. Chemistry. Page 32.

Neon Sign
This neon filled discharge tube displays the element's characteristic reddish-orange emission. Page 9.

Eagle Nebula Pillars of Creation
Eagle Nebula Pillars of Creation. Page 31.

Plasma Arc
Plasma Arc. Chemistry. Page 7.

Plasma Lamp
Plasma Lamp. Chemistry. Page 2.

Pleiades Cluster
Pleiades Cluster. Chemistry. Page 30.

Tesla Coil Lightning Simulator
Tesla Coil Lightning Simulator. Chemistry. Page 33.

Tycho's Supernova Remnant
Tycho's Supernova Remnant. Chemistry. Page 5.

X-Ray Sun
X-Ray Sun. Chemistry. Page 3.

Horsehead Nebula
Horsehead Nebula. Chemistry. Page 28.

Red Rectangle Nebula
Red Rectangle Nebula. Chemistry. Page 29.

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein. Chemistry. Page 35.

Alfred Bernhard Nobel (1833 - 1896)
Chemist and inventor of dynamite. Creator of the Nobel Foundation. Page 2.

Einstein Sticking His Tongue Out
Albert Einstein Sticking His Tongue Out. Page 34.

Robert Wilhelm Bunsen
Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (1811 - 1899). Page 17.

Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. Chemistry. Page 59.

Wilson 'Snowflake' Bentley
Wilson 'Snowflake' Bentley. Chemistry. Page 13.

Alum Crystal
Alum Crystal. Chemistry. Page 2.

Crystal Geode
Crystal Geode. Chemistry. Page 39.

Fullerene Crystals
Fullerene Crystals. Chemistry. Page 35.

Rock Candy
Rock Candy. Chemistry. Page 63.

Storm Glass Crystals
Storm Glass Crystals. Chemistry. Page 88.

Yellow Crystals
Yellow Crystals. Chemistry. Page 99.

Asbestos
Asbestos. Chemistry. Page 10.

Brazilianite with Muscovite
Brazilianite with Muscovite. Chemistry. Page 20.

Brown Sugar Crystals
Brown Sugar Crystals. Chemistry. Page 21.

Calcite on Quartz
Calcite on Quartz. Chemistry. Page 22.

Emerald Crystal
Emerald Crystal. Chemistry. Page 30.

Halite or Salt Crystals
Halite or Salt Crystals. Chemistry. Page 41.

Hoarfrost - Ice Crystals
Hoarfrost - Ice Crystals. Chemistry. Page 44.

Ice Crystals
Ice Crystals. Chemistry. Page 45.

Morganite Crystal
Morganite Crystal. Chemistry. Page 55.

Pyrite Crystals
Pyrite Crystals. Chemistry. Page 58.

Pyrite or Fool's Gold Crystals
Pyrite or Fool's Gold Crystals. Chemistry. Page 59.

Quartz Crystals
Quartz Crystals. Chemistry. Page 60.

Red Topaz
Red Topaz. Chemistry. Page 96.

Smoky Quartz Crystals
Smoky Quartz Crystals. Chemistry. Page 80.

Sucrose Crystals
Sucrose Crystals. Chemistry. Page 89.

Topaz Crystal
Topaz Crystal. Chemistry. Page 98.

Fire Icon
Fire Icon. Chemistry. Page 35.

Fire Image
Fire Image. Chemistry. Page 22.

Fire Image
Fire Image. Chemistry. Page 23.

Glassware
Glassware. Chemistry. Page 21.

Mad Scientist
Mad Scientist. Chemistry. Page 34.

Molecule Icon
Molecule Icon. Chemistry. Page 12.

Neptunium Electron Shell
Neptunium Electron Shell. Chemistry. Page 6.

Precipitation
Precipitation. Chemistry. Page 4.

Radium Electron Shell
Radium Electron Shell. Chemistry. Page 5.

Volcano
Volcano. Chemistry. Page 13.

Benzene
Benzene. Chemistry. Page 3.

Botulinum Toxin - Botox
Botulinum Toxin - Botox. Chemistry. Page 10.

Buckminsterfullerene
Buckminsterfullerene. Chemistry. Page 13.

Butane
Butane. Chemistry. Page 14.

Caffeine
Caffeine. Chemistry.

Carbon Disulfide
Carbon Disulfide. Chemistry. Page 5.

Chloramphenicol
Chloramphenicol. Chemistry. Page 14.

Cocaine
Cocaine. Chemistry. Page 21.

DDT or Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane
DDT or Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane. Page 3.

DDT or Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane
DDT or Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane. Page 4.

DNA or Deoxyribonucleic Acid
DNA or Deoxyribonucleic Acid. Chemistry. Page 14.

Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO)
Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO). Chemistry. Page 12.

Dry Ice Crystal Structure
Dry Ice Crystal Structure. Chemistry. Page 19.

Isopropanol or Isopropyl Alcohol
Isopropanol or Isopropyl Alcohol. Page 48.

Ketone Functional Group
This is the general structure of the ketone functional group. Page 3.

MDMA or Ecstasy
This is the chemical structure of MDMA or Ecstasy. Page 6.

Methane
Methane. Chemistry. Page 12.

Methanol or Methyl Alcohol
Methanol or Methyl Alcohol. Chemistry. Page 13.

Methylphenidate or Ritalin
This is the chemical structure of methylphenidate, also known as Ritalin. Page 20.

Morphine
Morphine. Chemistry. Page 24.

Acetaminophen or Paracetamol
Acetaminophen or Paracetamol. Chemistry. Page 2.

Pentane
Pentane. Chemistry. Page 9.

Phenol
Phenol. Chemistry. Page 13.

Phosphorus Pentoxide
Phosphorus Pentoxide. Chemistry. Page 19.

Polyethylene
Polyethylene. Chemistry. Page 24.

Potassium Chlorate Crystal
Potassium Chlorate Crystal. Chemistry. Page 26.

Potassium Nitrate or Saltpeter
Potassium Nitrate or Saltpeter. Chemistry. Page 27.

Propane
Propane. Chemistry. Page 32.

Quinine
Quinine. Chemistry. Page 8.

Quinine
Quinine. Chemistry. Page 9.

Sodium Hydroxide
Sodium Hydroxide. Chemistry. Page 11.

Sulfur Hexafluoride
Sulfur Hexafluoride. Chemistry. Page 27.

Sulfur Hexafluoride
Sulfur Hexafluoride. Chemistry. Page 26.

Urushiol Chemical Structure
This is the general chemical structure of urushiol. Page 4.

Glycolysis Reactions - 1,3-Bisphosphoglycerate to 3-Phosphoglycerate
Glycolysis Reactions - 1,3-Bisphosphoglycerate to 3-Phosphoglycerate. Page 8.

Glycolysis Reactions - 2-Phosphoglycerate to Phosphenolpyruvate
Glycolysis Reactions - 2-Phosphoglycerate to Phosphenolpyruvate. Page 10.

Glycolysis Reactions - 3-Phosphoglycerate to 2-Phosphoglycerate
Glycolysis Reactions - 3-Phosphoglycerate to 2-Phosphoglycerate. Page 9.

Glycolysis Reactions - Cleaving the Hexose Ring
Glycolysis Reactions - Cleaving the Hexose Ring. Page 5.

Glycolysis Reactions - Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate to Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate
Glycolysis Reactions - Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate to Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate. Page 6.

Glycolysis Reactions - Fructose 6-Phosphate to Fructose 1,6-Bisphosphate
Glycolysis Reactions - Fructose 6-Phosphate to Fructose 1,6-Bisphosphate. Page 4.

Glycolysis Reactions - Glucose 6-Phosphate to Fructose 6-Phosphate
Glycolysis Reactions - Glucose 6-Phosphate to Fructose 6-Phosphate. Page 3.

Glycolysis Reactions - Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate to 1,3-Bisphosphoglycerate
Glycolysis Reactions - Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate to 1,3-Bisphosphoglycerate. Page 7.

Glycolysis Reactions - Glucose into Glucose 6-Phosphate
Glycolysis Reactions - Glucose into Glucose 6-Phosphate. Page 2.

Glycolysis - Overall Reaction
Glycolysis - Overall Reaction. Chemistry.

Glycolysis Reactions - Phosphenolpyruvate to Pyruvate
Glycolysis Reactions - Phosphenolpyruvate to Pyruvate. Page 11.

Glycolysis - Overall Reaction
Glycolysis - Overall Reaction. Chemistry. Page 7.

Saponification (Soap) Reaction
Saponification (Soap) Reaction. Chemistry. Page 5.

Caduceus
Caduceus. Chemistry. Page 62.

Rod of Asclepius
Rod of Asclepius. Chemistry. Page 24.

Alum Crystals
Alum Crystals. Chemistry. Page 5.

Man-Made Quartz Crystals
Man-Made Quartz Crystals. Chemistry. Page 61.

Operation Upshot-Knothole - Badger Event
Operation Upshot-Knothole - Badger Event. Page 5.

Operation Crossroads - Baker Event
Operation Crossroads - Baker Event. Page 7.

Operation Buster-Jangle - Charlie Event
Operation Buster-Jangle - Charlie Event. Page 6.

Hiroshima Atomic Mushroom Cloud
Hiroshima Atomic Mushroom Cloud. Chemistry. Page 16.

Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Explosion
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Explosion. Chemistry. Page 18.

Operation Hardtack - Umbrella Event
Operation Hardtack - Umbrella Event. Page 9.

Operation Ivy - King Event
Operation Ivy - King Event. Chemistry. Page 15.

Operation Ivy - Mike Event
Operation Ivy - Mike Event. Chemistry. Page 13.

Operation Redwing - Dakota Event
Operation Redwing - Dakota Event. Page 10.

Operation Teapot - Wasp Prime
Operation Teapot - Wasp Prime. Chemistry. Page 11.

Operation Teapot Test
Operation Teapot Test. Chemistry. Page 12.

Operation Plumbbob - Priscilla Event
Operation Plumbbob - Priscilla Event. Page 8.

Trinity Explosion
Trinity Explosion. Chemistry. Page 2.

Trinity Nuclear Explosion
Trinity Nuclear Explosion. Chemistry.

Tumbler Snapper Rope Tricks
Tumbler Snapper Rope Tricks. Chemistry. Page 19.

Aldosterone
Aldosterone. Chemistry.

Capsaicin
Capsaicin. Chemistry. Page 42.

Glowing Ice Ball
Glowing Ice Ball. Chemistry. Page 26.

Glowing Skull
Glowing Skull. Chemistry. Page 32.

Operation Upshot-Knothole - Grable Event
Operation Upshot-Knothole - Grable Event. Page 4.

Operation Castle - Romeo Event
Operation Castle - Romeo Event. Chemistry. Page 3.

Taxol or Paclitaxel
Taxol or Paclitaxel. Chemistry. Page 3.

Thalidomide
Thalidomide. Chemistry. Page 29.

Chloroform or Trichloromethane
Chloroform or Trichloromethane. Chemistry. Page 41.

Cyanogen Chloride
Cyanogen Chloride. Chemistry. Page 40.

Cyclosarin Chemical Structure - Ball and Stick Model
This is the ball and stick model of the structure of cyclosarin. Page 39.

LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide
LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide. Page 39.

Lewisite
Lewisite. Chemistry. Page 42.

Lipitor (Atorvastatin)
Lipitor (Atorvastatin). Chemistry. Page 41.

LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide
LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide. Page 40.

Mauveine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of mauveine. Page 5.

Phosgene
Phosgene. Chemistry. Page 39.

Urea
Urea. Chemistry.

Vasopressin Chemical Structure
This is a space filled model of the chemical structure of vasopressin. Page 4.

Xylose
Xylose. Chemistry. Page 5.

Abietane Chemical Structure
Abietane Chemical Structure. Chemistry.

Aristolane Chemical Structure
Aristolane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 3.

Atisane Chemical Structure
Atisane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 2.

Cedrane Chemical Structure
Cedrane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 4.

Dammarane Chemical Structure
Dammarane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 5.

Gammacerane Chemical Structure
Gammacerane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 6.

Gibbane Chemical Structure
Gibbane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 7.

Grayanotoxane Chemical Structure
Grayanotoxane Chemical Structure. Page 8.

Isoprene Chemical Stucture
Isoprene Chemical Stucture. Chemistry. Page 9.

Kaurane Chemical Structure
Kaurane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 10.

Lanostane Chemical Structure
Lanostane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 11.

Oleanane Chemical Structure
Oleanane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 12.

Ophiobolane Chemical Structure
Ophiobolane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 13.

Picrasane Chemical Structure
Picrasane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 14.

Pimarane Chemical Structure
Pimarane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 15.

Podocarpane Chemical Structure
Podocarpane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 16.

Rosane Chemical Structure
Rosane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 17.

Stachane Chemical Structure
Stachane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 18.

Taxane Chemical Structure
Taxane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 19.

Trichothecane Chemical Structure
Trichothecane Chemical Structure. Page 20.

Ursane Chemical Structure
Ursane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 21.

VX Chemical Structure
VX is one of the most lethal nerve agents. Page 25.

VX
VX is one of the most lethal nerve agents. Page 26.

Vinyl Chloride Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vinyl chloride. Page 6.

Vitamin A (Retinol)
This is the chemical structure of vitamin A or retinol. Page 7.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Chloride)
vitamin B1 (thiamine chloride). Chemistry. Page 8.

Vitamin B12 - Cobalamin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B12 or cobalamin. Page 15.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B2 or riboflavin. Page 9.

Vitamin B3 - Niacinamide Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B3 or niacinamide. Page 10.

Vitamin B4 - Adenine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B4 or adenine. Page 11.

Vitamin B5 - Pantothenic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid. Page 12.

Vitamin B6 - Pyridoxal Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B6 or pyridoxal. Page 13.