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Smithsonian Crystal Growing Kit - Review of NSI Smithsonian Crystal Growing Kit
The Smithsonian Crystal Growing Kits allow you to grow beautiful crystals quickly and safely. Each kit contains everything you need, except water, to make jewel-bright crystals that resemble natural mineral clusters.

What is the most bitter compound?
Learn about the most bitter compound.

1901 - Jacobus H. van't Hoff
1901 - Jacobus H. van't Hoff Chemistry.

Black Light Photo Gallery - Pictures of Things That Glow Under Black Light
A black light is an ultraviolet lamp. It is called a 'black' light because the ultraviolet light is outside of the visible spectrum. When you shine a black light on some objects, they glow very brightly because they are fluorescent or phosphorescent. Here is a photo gallery of objects that glow under a black light.

Black Light Photo Gallery - Pictures of Things That Glow Under Black Light
A black light is an ultraviolet lamp. It is called a 'black' light because the ultraviolet light is outside of the visible spectrum. When you shine a black light on some objects, they glow very brightly because they are fluorescent or phosphorescent. Here is a photo gallery of objects that glow under a black light.

Kaurane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of kaurane.

Retinol - Vitamin A Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of retinol or vitamin A.

Dammarane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of dammarane.

Mendeleev's Periodic Table of the Elements
Mendeleev's Periodic Table of the Elements

Chemical Structures
If you're looking for an alphabetical list of all the molecules featured on this site, look no further than the Chemical Structures list.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Crystal Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of crystals. Some are crystals you can grow yourself. Others are representative pictures of crystals of elements and minerals.

Bohr Model of the Atom
The Bohr Model of the atom is a planetary model in which the electrons orbit around the atomic nucleus.

LeapFrog Leap Pad - Product Review - Chemistry
Leap rog Leap Pad - Product Review - Chemistry

Chemical Magic Book Review - Leonard A. Ford - Guide Review
Chemical Magic, by Leonard A. Ford, is a classic guide for performing chemistry magic tricks for high school and college students. Here's a look at what you'll find in the book and what I thought of it.

Glowing Radioactive Plutonium
Plutonium is highly pyrophoric. This plutonium sample is glowing because it is spontaneously burning as it comes into contact with air.

Mad Scientist with Lightning
This mad scientist is shooting lightning from his fingertips.

Quercetin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of quercetin.

Flasks Containing Liquids
This is a variety of flasks containing liquids.

Robert Morris Page (1903 - 1992)
Robert Morris Page (1903 - 1992)

William John Macquorn Rankine (1820 - 1872)
William John Macquorn Rankine (1820 - 1872)

Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923)
Johannes Diderik van der Waals (1837 - 1923)

Soap Bubble Foam
Soap bubbles can stack together to form a foam.

John Alexander Reina Newlands (1838 - 1898)
John Alexander Reina Newlands (1838 - 1898)

Cato Maximilian Guldberg (1836 - 1902) and Peter Waage (1833 - 1900)
Cato Maximilian Guldberg (1836 - 1902) and Peter Waage (1833 - 1900)

Mr. Yuk
Mr. Yuk is a sign intended to warn children of poisons.

Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz (1829 - 1896)
Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz (1829 - 1896)

Etienne-Louis Malus (1775 - 1812)
Etienne-Louis Malus (1775 - 1812)

Fire Extinguisher Sign
This safety sign indicates the location of a fire extinguisher.

Printable Graph Paper - 10 lines per inch with a 5x5 Grid and Centered X-Y Axis
This printable graph paper has a 5x5 grid with 10 lines per inch and a centered X-Y axis.

Colored Fire
Applying metal salts to a fire will allow you to produce colored flames.

Bismuth Crystal
This is a crystal of the metal bismuth. The rainbow colors result from a very thin layer of oxidation on the surface of the bismuth.

Green Snow
This is green Antarctic snow. The snow is green 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.

Erupting Yellowstone Geyser
The geysers of Yellowstone are among the park's most spectacular geothermal features. The cone of this erupting geyser consists of minerals that have built up over time. Red and orange colors come from iron oxides. White is from deposited limestone (calcium carbonate). Sulfur deposits form the yellow bands.

Benzo[a]anthracene
This is the chemical structure of benzo[a]anthracene.

Dalton - A New System of Chemical Philosophy
This is the first page from John Dalton's books, A New System of Chemical Philosophy, depicting atoms of chemical elements and some molecules.

Citric Acid Cycle
The Citric Acid Cycle is also known as the Krebs Cycle or Tricarboxylic Acid (TCA) Cycle.

Almandine Garnet Crystal
Almandine garnet, which is also known as carbuncle, is an iron-aluminum garnet. This type of garnet is commonly found in a deep red color. This is an almandine garnet crystal in gneissic matrix.

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

Yohimban Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of yohimban.

Lanostane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lanostane.

Malathion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of malathion.

Ibogamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ibogamine.

Halothane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of halothane.

Hematoxylin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of hematoxylin.

Green Fire Pinecone
All it takes to make a pinecone burn with a green flame is to sprinkle a little boric acid onto it.

Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 - 1910)
Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 - 1910)

Chrysocolla
This is a polished nugget of the mineral chrysocolla. Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper silicate.

Rough Ruby
Rough Ruby

Chemistry Blogs - Web Logs
Weblogs, or blogs, are online journals. They are topical and packed with interesting news and links. These are selected blogs that focus on Chemistry.

Chemical Reactions - Types and Examples of Chemical Reactions
There are several different types of common chemical reactions. Here's a look at these chemical reactions, including chemical reaction examples.

Chemistry Blogs - Web Logs
Weblogs, or blogs, are online journals. They are topical and packed with interesting news and links. These are selected blogs that focus on Chemistry.

Johannes Wislicenus (1835 - 1902)
Johannes Wislicenus (1835 - 1902)

Gases - Chemistry of Real and Ideal Gases
Learn about ideal and real gases. See examples of worked gas law problems and understand how gases behave.

pH Scale - Diagram of the pH Scale and pH of Common Chemicals
This is a color diagram of the pH scale. The pH of common chemicals is indicated.

Units and Conversions Quizzes - Quizzes and Self-Tests for Units and Conversions
This is a collection of quizzes and self-tests concerning units and conversions. Topics include measurements, metric-to-metric conversions, conversions between English and metric units, temperature and pressure conversions, and types of units.