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Science Clipart & Diagrams
This is a collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.

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Chemical Structures Starting with the Letter X
Browse structures of molecules and ions that have names beginning with the letter X, including xenon hexafluoride and xanthophyll.

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Yellowstone Geochemistry Photo Gallery
Learn about the geochemistry of the park and view the spectacular scenery resulting from the extraordinary geysers and hot springs.

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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 what this amazing museum has to offer.

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Mad Scientist Costume Ideas
Do you want to dress up like a mad scientist? Here are some science costume ideas for Halloween or costume parties.

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How to Breathe Fire - How Firebreathing Works
Firebreathing involves breathing fuel mist over an open flame. Here are instructions for safer firebreathing, using a non-flammable, non-toxic fuel.

What Is the Difference Between Flammable & Inflammable?
Flammable and inflammable are two words that confuse people. Learn what flammable and inflammable mean and whether they are synonyms or antonyms.

What Is Caustic Soda and Where Can You Get It?
Learn what caustic soda is and where you can find it. Find out about its uses, safety, and chemical substitutes.

What Is the Difference Between an Atom and an Ion?
An atom can be an ion, but not all ions are atoms. Learn the differences between an atom and an ion.

State of Matter Definition - Chemistry Glossary
This is the definition of state of matter, as the phrase is used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.

Does Adding Salt Lower the Boiling Point of Water?
Does adding salt lower the boiling point of water? You may have heard this and wondered if it was true. Here is the science of salt and boiling water.

Calculating Density - Worked Example Problem
This is a worked example of how to calculate the density of a substance or the mass per unit volume.

Make a Liquid Layers Density Column
Make a density column with many layers using common household liquids. This is an easy, fun and colorful science project that illustrates density.

How to Measure Volume & Density - A Tale of Archimedes
Archimedes needed to determine if a goldsmith had embezzled gold to make royal crown. Here's how he determined whether the crown was made of gold.

How To Blow an Unpoppable CD Bubble
Do you want bubbles that don't pop? Learn how to make an unpoppable plastic bubble from a CD.

Cubic Feet to Cubic Inches Conversion
See how to convert cubic feet to cubic inches. These are two common units of volume used in the United States.

Cubic Inches to Cubic Feet
This is a worked example showing how to convert cubic inches to cubic feet, two common units of volume.

How to Make a Bubble Rainbow - Bubble Science Project
Use household materials to make a bubble rainbow! This is a safe, easy and fun project that explores how bubbles and color work.

Unit Conversion Example - Metric to English
This worked chemistry example problem demonstrates how to convert from metric units to English units.

Worked Chemistry Problem Examples
This is an alphabetical list of worked example chemistry problems. Printable worksheets with questions and answers are also provided.

How to Convert Feet to Inches
See how to convert feet to inches (and the other way) by following this simple example conversion problem.

Converting Cubic Inches to Liters - Example Problem
This worked problem demonstrates how to convert cubic inches to liters using engine displacement as an example.

Spectrum Definition
This is the definition of spectrum or spectra as the term is used in chemistry, physics, and other science.

What Is the Wavelength of Magenta? - How Magenta Works
You can't find the color magenta on the visible spectrum because no wavelength of light that makes magenta. How do we see it? Here's the answer.

Bubbles That Don't Pop - Unbreakable Bubble Recipe
If you're tired of bubbles that pop as soon as you blow them, try this recipe for unbreakable bubbles!

How To Make a Dry Ice Balloon
Inflate a balloon using a piece of dry ice. Carbon dioxide undergoes sublimation from a solid to a gas and blows up the balloon. Here is what you do.

How To Make Homemade Dry Ice
It's possible to make dry ice at home. Here are instructions and safety information on how to do it.

Independent and Dependent Variable Examples
Get the definitions for independent and dependent variables, examples of each variable, and the explanation for how to graph them.

What Is Battery Acid? Car Battery Chemical Composition
This is a look at the chemical composition of battery acid or the liquid used in car or automotive batteries.

What Are 10 Examples of Matter?
Can you name 10 examples of matter? Here is a list of more than 10 examples and an explanation of how to tell if something consists of matter.

How Electroplating Works (With Examples)
Electroplating uses electrolytic cells to deposit a thin layer of metal. Here's how it works, and what metals and anodes are used.

Element Symbol for Brass
Here is the answer to the question: What is the element symbol for brass?

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Borax Crystals - Borax Crystals Photo Gallery
See pictures of borax crystal snowflakes and other examples of borax crystals. The gallery features borax crystal projects and examples.

Triboluminescence of Wintergreen Lifesaver Candies
Learn how to make candy and other items glow or spark in the dark. Find out about triboluminescence and how it works.

Why Do Rings Turn Your Finger Green?
Have you ever had a ring turn your finger green? The reason this happens is because of the metal content of the ring. Here's a look at what's happening.

What Is Borax and Where Can You Get It?
Borax is a common household and commercial chemical. Here's a look at what borax is, some facts about borax and how you can get borax.

Solute Definition and Examples in Chemistry
This is the definition of a solute as the term is used for chemical solutions, along with examples of solutes.

Make Carbonated Fizzy Fruit with Dry Ice
Here's how to use dry ice to carbonate fruit. The fruit will be filled with tingly carbon dioxide bubbles, like a soda.

Boiling Point Elevation Definition - Chemistry Glossary
This is the definition of boiling point elevation in chemistry and an example of the process in daily life.

Grow Your Own Seed Crystal - Instructions
A seed crystal is a small single crystal used to grow a much larger crystal from a saturated solution. This is how to grow a seed crystal yourself.

Surface Area and Volume Formulas- 3D Shapes
Here is a list of surface area and volume formulas to use as a handy reference for common math and science calculations.

Surface Area and Volume Formulas- 3D Shapes
Surface area and volume formulas are part of the math used in common science calculations. You may need to calculate surface area and volume to determine density, pressure and concentration. Here a list of surface area and volume formulas to use as a handy reference.

Cone Surface Area and Volume Formulas
Here are the surface area and volume math formulas for a cone.

Rectangular Solid Surface Area and Volume Formulas
Here are the surface area and volume math formulas for a rectangular solid.

Prism Surface Area and Volume Formulas
Here are the surface area and volume math formulas for a prism.

Cylinder Surface Area and Volume Formulas
Here are the surface area and volume math formulas for a cylinder.

Pyramid Surface Area and Volume Formulas
Here are the surface area and volume math formulas for a pyramid.

Why It's Harder to Rinse off Soap with Soft Water
Soap lathers better in soft water, yet it's harder to rinse off than if you used hard water. Here's the explanation based on chemistry.

What Is an Extensive Property?
This is the definition of extensive property as the term is used in chemistry, along with examples.

Physical Property Definition and Examples
This is the science and engineering definition of a physical property, along with examples of physical properties of matter.

What Is the Name of the Covalent Compound CCl4?
Here is the answer to what the covalent compound CCl4 is named and how you determine its name from the structure,

Physical Properties of Matter
Here is an explanation of what physical properties are and examples of several physical properties.

Octet Definition - Chemistry Glossary
Octet definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.

Atomic Number 2 on the Periodic Table
Learn about the element that is atomic number 2 on the periodic table, including key facts and figures.

Tin Hedgehog Experiment - Grow Tin Metal Crystals
Try this interesting chemistry experiment to grow tin crystals around a zinc pellet. The resulting structure looks like a tin hedgehog.

Grow Metal Crystals
Metal crystals are beautiful and easy to grow. Grow metal crystals yourself from these step-by-step instructions.

Do Hippos Sweat Blood?
The hippopotamus mystified ancient Greeks because it appeared to sweat blood. Here's the science of what's really going on.

Edible Candle - Fire Science Demonstration
For this science magic trick, you light a candle, blow out the flame and then eat the candle. It's safe, fun and even nutritious!

How Does Cyanide Kill? - Chemistry of Cyanide Poisoning
Cyanide is a familiar poison in books and movies, plus it's a chemical you can be exposed to accidentally. Here's an explanation of how it kills so quickly.

How to Make Bubble Print Pictures
Bubble prints are like fingerprints, except made with bubbles. Here's how to bubble prints and how to combine pigments to make different colors.

Why Does Alcohol Make You Pee?
If you've ever had a drink, you know it sent you to the bathroom, but do you know why alcohol makes you pee? Here's the chemistry behind the answer.

Make Your Own Flash Paper (Nitrocellulose)
It's easy to make nitrocellulose or flash paper. Here are instructions for nitrocellulose to use as fire paper, rocket propellant, or lacquer.

Get Bismuth Metal from Pepto-Bismol Antacid Tablets
Here's a procedure for getting bismuth metal from pink Pepto-Bismol antacid tablets. Use bismuth to grow crystals or to add to an element collection.

How to Make Glow in the Dark Slime
Learn how to make slime that glows in the dark. This is an easy and fun project that is suitable for kids.

Chemical Formulas Practice Test Questions
Here are ten multiple choice questions covering chemical formulas. Topics include simplest and molecular formulas, mass percent and naming compounds.

10 Cool Chemistry Experiments
Chemistry is king when it comes to making science cool! Here are 10 completely awesome chemistry experiments you can try.

Working from Home in Science
Are you interested in working from home in science? Here are career options for you and advice on how to make the transition to home.

How to Make a Lichtenberg Figure (Frozen Lightning)
Lichtenberg figures essentially capture the image of lightning. Here's how you can make your own Lichtenberg figure from common materials.

Nutraceutical Definition
Nutraceutical definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.

Difference Between Natural and Artificial Flavors
Understand the difference between natural and artificial flavors in foods and beverages and how you can use labels to identify them.

Hydrogen Isotopes
One proton makes a hydrogen atom. This is a list of the known hydrogen isotopes, their half-life and type of radioactive decay.

Here's What Makes Dry Ice Dangerous
Dry ice is useful and fun, yet it can be dangerous if stored or used improperly. Here are the dangers associated with dry ice and how to avoid them.

Chemicals You Should Never Mix
Some common household chemicals should never be mixed. They may react to produce a toxic or deadly compound or they may cause undesirable consequences. Here's what you need to know.

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Take Your Volcano Science Project to the Next Level
Turn a boring volcano science project into an exciting eruption by making simple changes to the experiment.

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Color Change Chemical Volcano Demonstration
This chemical volcano features lava that changes color. The chemical volcano can be used to illustrate an acid-base reaction and the use of an acid-base indicator.

How to Make a Yeast and Peroxide Chemical Volcano
A step-by-step guide to build a safe and easy chemical volcano using two common, inexpensive household ingredients.

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Alchemy Symbols and Meanings
This is a collection of alchemy symbols of their meanings. Symbols include the chemical elements, three primes, and philosopher's stone.

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Science Laboratory Safety Signs
This is a collection of safety signs commonly seen in a science laboratory, particularly a chemistry lab.

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Science Laboratory Safety Signs
This is a collection of safety signs commonly seen in a science laboratory, particularly a chemistry lab.

Charles's Law - Chemistry Glossary Definition
This is the definition of Charles's law as it applies to ideal gases and the equation that relates volume and temperature.

Definition of Boyle's Law in Chemistry
This is the definition of Boyle's law for ideal gases and the equation relating pressure and volume.

What a Fulgurite Is and How To Make One
Fulgurites are lightning, frozen into a physical form. You can make a fulgurite yourself using these simple instructions.

How to Remove Rust Stains
Rust stains are hard to remove because some treatments set the stain rather than remove it. Use a little chemistry know-how to successfully remove rust.

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Pictures of Science Projects
The best part about science projects is actually doing them, but seeing them is pretty cool too. This is a photo gallery of science projects so you can see what to expect from projects. I've included links to instructions for doing these projects yourself or buying kits online.

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Pictures of Science Projects
The best part about science projects is actually doing them, but seeing them is pretty cool too. This is a photo gallery of science projects so you can see what to expect from projects. I've included links to instructions for doing these projects yourself or buying kits online.

Identify an Unknown - Experiment with Chemical Reactions
Lesson plan in which students use the scientific method to design experiments to identify the components of an unknown mixture.

Null Hypothesis - Definition and Examples
This is the null hypothesis definition along with examples of a null hypothesis and how it's used in an experiment.

Flaming B-52 Drink Recipe
Learn the recipe for a B-52, plus how you can turn it into a flaming drink. Options for setting other drinks on fire (safely) are discussed.

Create an Endothermic Chemical Reaction (Safe)
There are instructions for a safe and easy endothermic chemical reaction demonstration that uses common, non-toxic ingredients.

How to Set Ice on Fire
Have you ever wondered whether you could set ice on fire? Here are instructions to make ice appear to burn and also actually be on fire.

Osmotic Pressure and Tonicity
Osmotic pressure and tonicity often are confusing to people. Here is how to tell osmosis from diffusion and an explanation of how tonicity works.

Nuclear Fission Definition and Examples
Here's the definition of nuclear fission, with examples and an explanation of how the fission process works and why it happens.

Ideal Gas Law Chemistry Test Questions
The ideal gas law is an important concept in chemistry. This is a collection of ten chemistry test questions and answers relating to ideal gas laws.

What Is Nuclear Radiation? - Definition and Examples
This is the definition of nuclear radiation in science, along with an example of the process in uranium.

Spontaneous Fission Definition
This is the definition of spontaneous fission of atoms along with an example of the process in science.

Quick Facts About the Element Uranium
Here are some interesting facts about the element uranium, a well-known radioactive metallic element.

Bohr Model of the Atom - Overview and Examples
Learn about the Bohr Model of the atom, which has an atom with a positively-charged nucleus orbited by negatively-charged electrons.

Phosphorus - Alchemy Symbol
Here's the alchemy symbol for phosphorus, with a description of why the element was important to alchemists.

Tattoo Ink Carrier Chemistry
The fluid used to suspend the pigments in tattoo ink is the carrier. Here's why the composition of the carrier liquid is important for a safe ink.

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Crystal Photo Gallery - Elements and Minerals
These are pictures of different types of crystals of elements, minerals, and compounds. Some crystals can be grown, while others are found in nature.

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How to Grow a Big Alum Crystal
Alum is found in the 'spices' section of the grocery store. This simple recipe will show you the best way to grow your own alum crystal.

Boiling Point - Definition of Chemistry Terms
This is the definition of boiling point as the term is used in chemistry and other sciences.

Normal Boiling Point - Definition
This is the definition of normal boiling point as the term is used in chemistry and other sciences.

What Is the Boiling Point of Water?
At what temperature does water boil? What determines the boiling point of water? Here's the answer to this common question.

Why Does Hydrogen Peroxide Bubble on a Cut?
Have you ever used hydrogen peroxide as a disinfectant on a cut? Here's the explanation.

Why Does Hydrogen Peroxide Bubble on a Wound?
Have you wondered why hydrogen peroxide bubbles on a cut or wound, yet doesn't bubble on unbroken skin? Here's the chemistry of how the bubbles work.

Why Cut Apples Turn Brown
Learn why apples, pears, bananas, potatoes, and other fruits and vegetables turn brown when they are cut or damaged.

High School Chemistry Demonstrations
High school science students are hard to impress! Here's a list of top chemistry demonstrations to capture student interest and illustrate chemistry concepts.

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Atoms Diagrams - Electron Configurations of Elements
This is a collection of diagrams of atoms, showing the numbers of protons, neutrons, and electrons present in the atom or isotope of an element.

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Quick Review of Common Metric or SI Units
Calculations in chemistry and physics usually use metric or SI units. Here's a quick review of unit prefixes, fundamental units, and derived units.

Fun Water into Blood or Wine Demonstration
Use phenolphthalein indicator to make water appear to turn into blood or wine.

Spooky Old Nassau or Halloween Color Change Reaction
The Old Nassau reaction is popular for Halloween because the solution changes from orange to black.

Color Change Chemistry Experiments
Here's is a collection of color change chemistry experiments. Many colors are possible, which may be used to illustrate a wide range of chemistry concepts.

Try the Briggs-Rauscher Oscillating Clock Reaction
The Briggs-Rauscher reaction is an oscillating clock color change chemical reaction.

Cool Olympic Rings Color Chemistry
The Olympic Rings color chemistry demonstration turns clear solutions Olympic colors.

Turn Water Into Gold With Chemistry
Use chemistry to make a clear solution appear to turn into liquid gold.

Water - Wine - Milk - Beer Color Change Reaction
Use color change chemistry to make a solution appear to change from water to wine to milk to beer.

Easy To Make Red Cabbage Juice pH Indicator
Red cabbage juices changes color in response to different pH values.

Blue Bottle Color Change (Other Colors Too)
Try the classic blue bottle chemistry color change reaction or perform the demonstration with other colors.

Magic Rainbow Wand Chemical Reaction - 2 Ways
Use a pH indicator solution to display the entire rainbow of colors in a chemical solution.

Valentine's Day Pink Color Change Demonstrations
Try a pink color change chemistry demonstration for Valentine's Day.

Red and Green Christmas Chemistry Color Change Reaction
You can use indigo carmine to prepare a solution that changes color from green to red, making an excellent Christmas chemistry demonstration.

Colored Flames Chemical Reactions To Try
Color change chemistry can be applied to flames to make colored fire.

More Color Change Chemistry Experiments
Get ideas for many more color change chemistry experiments and demonstrations.

Texas Carbon Definition
This is the definition of Texas carbon and a look its unusual bonding pattern. A diagram of Texas carbon is also provided.

What Is Fire Made Of?
Have you ever wondered what fire is made of? Here is a look at the composition of fire.

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How Glow Stick Colors Work
Learn how glow stick colors work, including the chemical reaction used for chemiluminescence and which fluorescent dyes produce colors.

Nitrogen Triiodide Chemistry Demonstration
Learn how to perform the nitrogen triiodide chemistry demonstration, a spectacular touch-sensitive decomposition that produces a cloud of purple smoke.

Drain Cleaner Can Dissolve Glass
Like acids, bases may also be corrosive. Drain cleaner, for example, can even dissolve glass. Here's how it works.

Dissolve Definition
This is the definition of dissolve in chemistry, along with examples of dissolution.

Here's How Jell-O Gelatin Works
Jell-O gelatin is a tasty jiggly treat that results from a bit of chemistry kitchen magic. Here's a look at what Jell-O is made from and how gelatin works.

How Do Safety Matches Work?
Learn the science of how safety matches work and why they are considered 'safe' compared with other kinds of matches.

Most Abundant Element in the Universe, Earth, and Body
Know the most abundant element in the universe, on the planet Earth, and in the human body.

What Is a Molotov Cocktail?
You may have heard of Molotov cocktails, but do you know what they are? Here's a description of a Molotov cocktail and history of its invention.

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Drugs - Photo Gallery
See the molecular structures of common drugs, including drugs of abuse. Photos of the drugs themselves are also included.

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