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Vitamin Chemical Structures
This is a collection of molecular structures of the vitamins.

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Alum Crystals Photo Gallery
Alum is a kitchen ingredient that can be grown as crystals simply by mixing alum in boiling water until no more will dissolve. See examples of different alum crystals.

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Drug Paraphernalia Pictures
Would you know drug paraphernalia if you saw it? This is a collection of photos of drug paraphernalia.

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Alchemy Pictures and Images
Alchemy may be considered as the precursor to the modern science of chemistry. This image gallery displays some of the images and pictures associated with alchemy and the history of chemistry.

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Glycolysis Chemical Reactions
Glycolysis is the name given to the series of biochemical reactions in which glucose is converted into pyruvate. This important part of carbohydrate catabolism takes place in the cytoplasm of cells. Several reactions take place, with products that are vital to the functioning of the cell.

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Crystal Growing Projects - Photo Gallery
Use this photo gallery to pick a crystal growing project based on how the finished project will look. This is an easy way to look for the types of crystals you would like to grow!

Free Printable Periodic Tables (PDF)
Sometimes it's nice to have a paper version of the periodic table of the elements that you can refer to when working problems or doing experiments in the lab. This is a collection of periodic tables that you can print and use.

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Spectra and Spectroscopy Image Gallery
This is a collection of spectra and other images relating to light and spectroscopy.

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Hiddenite Gems - Emerald Hollow Mine
The Emerald Hollow Mine in Hiddenite, NC is the only emerald mine in the United States open to the public for prospecting. I went to North Carolina to check the mine out for myself. Can you find emeralds? Yes! And rubies, sapphires, amethyst, citrine, the rare gemstone hiddenite, and much more.

Protective Gear and Safety Equipment Photo Gallery
This is a collection of photographs of protective gear and lab safety equipment. Examples of protective gear includes safety glasses and goggles, gloves, lab coats, and hazmat suits.

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Why Is Stainless Steel Stainless?
Learn why stainless steel resists rust and corrosion, about the types of stainless steel, and how the process of passivation works.

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Fluorescence Versus Phosphorescence
While fluorescence and phosphorescence both emit light, the two terms don't mean the same thing. Here's an explanation of the difference.

See Some Triboluminescence Examples
You may be familiar with the Lifesaver 'spark in the dark', but if you don't have candy handy, there are other ways you can see triboluminescence.

Phosphorescence Definition
This is the definition of phosphorescence and examples of common phosphorescent materials you may encounter in daily life.

10 Molecules with Funny or Weird Names
Meet 10 molecules with funny or downright weird names.

How Popping Your Knuckles Works
Can you pop your knuckles? Do your joints pop and crack when you move? Here's why that happens and whether it's bad for you.

Table of Commonly Used Physical Constants
Need a value for a fundamental physical constant? This handy reference table contains commonly used physical constants used in chemistry.

What Is a Pure Substance?
You may have wondered what is meant by the term 'pure substance'. Here's what a pure substance is and how you can tell if something is pure or not.

Why the Sun Looks Yellow When It's Really Not
Have you ever wondered why the sun is yellow? Would it surprise you to learn that's not the actual color of our favorite star? Here's the real color.

Examples of Petrochemicals and Petroleum Products
A petrochemical is a product derived from petroleum. You may be surprised at the materials you use everyday that come from crude oil or natural gas.

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How To Make Black Powder (Safely)
Learn how to make black powder or gunpowder safely and easily using these simple step-by-step instructions.

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Chemical Composition of Black Powder or Gunpowder
Here's what gunpowder is made of, including how the chemical composition has changed over time.

5 Common Science Misconceptions
Even intelligent, educated people often get these science facts wrong. Here is a look at some of the most widely held scientific beliefs that are untrue.

List of Things You Shouldn't Microwave
Someone somewhere has microwaved everything that fits in the appliance, but there are some materials you might think would be okay to microwave that can poison you, start a fire, or ruin your appliance. Here's a list of things you really shouldn't microwave.

How to Make a Cloud in a Bottle - Science Demonstration
Here's a quick and easy science project you can do: make a cloud inside a bottle. In this project, we'll use smoke to help form a cloud.

Easy Photosynthesis Demonstration - Floating Spinach Disks
Watch spinach leaf disks risk and fall in a baking soda solution from photosynthesis. Here's how to do the project and an explanation of how it works.

What Is the Smelliest Molecule - Chemical Compound
Learn about the smelliest small molecule and larger chemical compounds, including chemicals man has made purely so they would smell bad.

Why Asparagus Makes Your Urine Smell Funny
If you eat asparagus, your urine will smell funny. However, not everyone can smell the chemical that produces the odor. Here's how it works.

Chemistry of Hard and Soft Water
Do you know how water hardness works? Learn the chemistry of hard and soft water, with information about soaps, detergents, and water softening agents.

Lactated Ringer's Solution Recipe
This is a recipe for lactated Ringer's solution, which is isotonic to human blood and useful for biochemistry, medicine, and biology experiments.

Phosphate-Buffered Saline or PBS Solution
These are instructions to prepare phosphate-buffered saline or PBS solution. The buffer is excellent for biological and biochemical research.

Bond Order - Definition in Chemistry
This is the definition of bond order in chemistry along with examples of how to calculate it.

Do You Add Sulfuric Acid to Water or Vice Versa?
It's important to add sulfuric acid to water and not water to concentrated sulfuric acid. Here's why you don't want to make a mistake.

Difference Between Density and Specific Gravity
The difference between density and specific gravity is that one is a ratio of the other. Here are the details and units.

Is Deoxygenated Human Blood Blue?
Some animals have blue blood. People only have red blood, no matter what! It's a surprisingly common misconception that deoxygenated human blood is blue.

What Is Caffeine and How Does It Work?
Learn about the chemical and biological properties of caffeine, the methylxanthine stimulant found in coffee and other foods.

Make Your Own Shampoo (Recipe and Steps)
You can make your own shampoo from scratch using simple ingredients and a little chemistry know-how. Here's a shampoo recipe to get you started.

Sugar in a Gas Tank - What Really Happens
Learn what really happens if you put sugar in a car's gas tank and how to prevent damage to your car if it happens to you.

Jellyfish Stings and Man of War Stings - Treatment
You can apply some common household chemistry to treat jellyfish and Portuguese man of war stings. Here's how to tell them apart and what to do.

How Much Are the Elements in Your Body Worth?
Have you ever wondered how much the elements in your body are worth? Here;s a look at the elements in a person and their value.

Elements in the Earth's Crust
Most of the Earth's crust consists of only a few elements. This is a table that shows the elemental chemical composition of the Earth's crust.

Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Fun Science Project
Use chemistry to make a bouncing polymer ball, then alter the procedure to see the effect the changes have on the characteristics of the bouncing ball.

Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Let's Experiment
Make your own polymer bouncy balls and then experiment to see how you can change the properties of the ball.

Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Procedure
These step-by-step instructions explain how to make a polymer bouncy ball.

Expiration Dates for Household Chemicals
Some common everyday chemicals last indefinitely, but others have a shelf life. This is a table of expiration dates for several household chemicals.

How to Make a Phosphate Buffer Solution
A phosphate buffer solution is a handy buffer solution. Here is how to prepare phosphate buffers for any of the three pH values.

Covalent or Molecular Compound Nomenclature
Here is the nomenclature or naming rules for molecular compounds, plus examples of how to name the compounds.

Natural Mosquito Repellents
Learn about natural ways to repel mosquitoes and develop strategies to reduce your exposure to them.

Two Easy Ways To Get Zinc Metal
Here are two simple ways to get zinc metal for science experiments. One way is from a penny, while the second method is from a battery.

Help With Sugar Crystal Growing Problems
Sugar crystals or rock candy is beautiful and you can eat it. Here's how to solve problems growing these sweet crystals.

Chemical Composition of Nail Polish
Nail polish is a lacquer used to decorate fingernails and toenails. Here is the chemical composition of nail polish and what the ingredients do.

Does It Matter Where You Get Gas?
Is there a real difference between different brands of gas and will cheap gas hurt your car? Here's a look at whether it matters where you get gas.

How Quick-Dry Nail Polish Works
Quick-drying nail polish products work using science. Take a look at which quick-dry products work and how they dry your nails faster.

Saturated Solution Definition and Examples
This is the definition of saturated solution as the term is used in chemistry, as well as examples of saturated solutions.

New Element Names Announced by the IUPAC
Learn about the new element names proposed by the IUPAC for elements 113, 115, 117, and 118.

Human Battery Demonstration - How To Make a Human Battery
Make a human battery by substituting fingers for the salt bridge in a galvanic cell. This is a simple yet impressive electrochemistry demonstration.

Crystal Flower - How To Crystallize a Real Flower
Here's how to crystallize a real flower to make a beautiful decoration. All you need are simple household ingredients.

Element Symbols in Element Names
Here's a list of the element names that can be broken down into element symbols. The letters in neon are the symbols for neon, oxygen, and nitrogen.

Polyprotic Acids
There are many different types of acids. This is an introduction to polyprotic acids, with an example of the ionization steps of a polyprotic acid.

Fluorescent Light Science Experiment
Learn how to make a fluorescent light glow without plugging it in. Use science to generate static electricity, which illuminates the phosphor coating.

Polyprotic Acid Example Chemistry Problem
This is an example of how to work a polyprotic acid chemistry problem and how to record data so you can make the calculations.

What Is Fixed Nitrogen or Nitrogen Fixation?
Nitrogen fixation is a key part of the nitrogen cycle. Here is a look at what fixed nitrogen is and an explanation of different fixation processes.

How To Make Glow in the Dark Alum Crystals
Alum crystals are among the quickest, easiest, and most reliable crystals you can grow. Make them glow in the dark with a common household ingredient.

How Do Trick Birthday Candles Work?
Learn how magic relighting birthday candles or trick candles relight themselves using simple chemistry.

Fun Chemistry Projects Using Sugar or Sucrose
Use sugar for fun chemistry experiments, from growing crystals to providing the fuel for exothermic chemical reactions.

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How To Calculate Percent
Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to calculate percent. Calculating percent is a fundamental math skill.

Gifts a Science Whiz Can Make
Your command of chemistry gives you an edge in the gift-making department. Use your skills to make cool gifts to keep for yourself or give to others.

Printable Chemistry Quiz - Lab Safety Quiz
You can take this printable chemistry quiz online or print it out to review later. This multiple choice test covers basic lab safety concepts.

Chemistry Lab Safety Contract
This is a chemistry lab safety contract that you can print or assign for students and parents to read.

Name 3 Monosaccharides - List of Monosaccharides
Being asked to name 3 monosacchararides (or more) is a common chemistry and biochemistry question. Here is a list of monosaccharides.

Europium Facts - Element Atomic Number 63
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element element europium, which it atomic number 63.

Holmium Facts - Element Atomic Number 67
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of holmium, element atomic number 67.

Superacid Uses - What Are the Uses of Superacids?
Superacids are acids that are stronger than sulfuric acid. Here is a look at the uses of these extremely powerful acids.

Before You Buy a Chemistry Textbook
Ask yourself these questions before spending money on a chemistry textbook. Sometimes there are other options.

Virtual Chemistry Text - Chemical Reactions & Equations
Virtual Chemistry Text: Learn how to predict how chemicals will interact and write balanced equations to describe the reactions.

Elementary Physical Science Fair Project Ideas
Finding a topic for a science fair project can be challenging. This is a collection of science fair project ideas for physical science.

What Was Project Stormfury? Can Cloud Seeding Dissipate Hurricanes?
Learn about Project Stormfury and attempts to dissipate hurricanes using cloud seeding and other artificial measures.

Rhenium Facts - Periodic Table of the Elements
Get periodic table facts on the chemical and physical properties of the element rhenium.

How to Make Blue Fire - Easy Method
It's easy to make blue fire. Here are a few of the ways you can make blue fire yourself using common chemicals.

How to Calculate the Mean or Average
Here's how to calculate the mean or average of a set of numbers. Among other things, this will allow you to calculate your grade point average.

What Exactly Is New Car Smell?
Some people love the smell of a new car, while others despise it. Here's the chemistry of new car smell and whether it's bad for you.

What Are CDs Made Of? - CD or Compact Disc Composition
A compact disc or CD is a device used to store digital data. Here is a look at the composition of a compact disc or what CDs are made of.

Weird Chemistry Facts
Chemistry is full of facts that seem too strange to be true. Here is a collection of weird chemistry facts.

Physical Constants, Prefixes, and Conversion Factors
These are handy tables of useful physical constants, conversion factors, and metric unit prefixes used in science calculations.

Aether Definition in Alchemy and Science
This is the definition of aether along with an explanation of how science demonstrated aether does not exist.

DEET Chemistry (Dimethyltoluamide)
Learn about DEET, dimethyltoluamide, one of the most commonly used topical insect repellents.

Natural Insect Repellent Recipe
You can make natural insect repellent yourself. The insect repellent is safe and effective, plus it costs much less to make it than to buy it.

How Sunscreen Works and What SPF Means
Here's how sunscreen works, what SPF means, the difference between sunscreen and sunblock, and how to protect yourself from UV-A and UV-B radiation.

Liquid Elements - Liquids At or Near Room Temperature
There are six chemical elements that can be liquids at normal temperatures and pressures. Can you name them?

How to Calculate Freezing Point Depression
This example problem demonstrates how to calculate freezing point depression. Specifically, it shows how much the temperature will be lowered.

How to Make a Glowing Flower
Use chemistry to make a real flower glow in the dark. Here are a couple of simple projects for you to try.

How to Remove Super Glue (Cyanoacrylate Adhesive)
Super Glue sticks to anything almost instantly. Here's how to remove it, even from skin, clothes, or even your eyeballs.

Chemistry of Firework Colors
Fireworks combine art and science. Learn the chemistry behind firework colors, including the mechanisms of color production and a table of colorants.

Dieting May Cause Positive DUI Breathalyzer Test
Dieting may cause you to test positive for a DUI breathalyzer test. Here's the explanation of how it works.

How to Grow Ruby Potassium Alum Crystals
Potassium alum or potash alum crystals grow very quickly and easily. If you color the crystals red you can get beautiful 'ruby' crystals.

Easy Emerald Geode Crystal Project
Here's an easy crystal growing project that produces a geode filled with emerald green crystals.

Learn How to Grow Great Crystals
Learn how to grow crystals using common ingredients you have at home. Avoid common problems and get tips and tricks for successful crystal growth.

Glow in the Dark Crystal Geode
It's very easy to make a glow in the dark crystal geode using common household materials. The geode is made from minerals, just like a natural one.

How To Make Thymolphthalein Indicator
These are simple instructions for making a thymolphthalein pH indicator solution, for use as a color change indicator in projects and lab tests.

Seesaw Candle Fire Magic Trick
The seesaw candle magic trick is a fire science trick that teaches how combustion and Newton's Third Law of Motion work.

Flower Shop Chemistry Magic Trick - Violets
The flower shop magic trick is a chemistry demonstration. Mixing two chemicals releases a scent that smells like violets.

8th Grade Science Fair Projects
Get ideas for 8th grade science fair projects. These are experiments and topics suitable for upper middle school level science fair projects.

Scientific Method Vocabulary Terms To Know
Scientific experiments involve variables, controls, a hypothesis, and other terms. This is a glossary of scientific method definitions.

What Is a Variable in Science? (And Types of Variables)
Variables are an important part of science projects and experiments. Here is an explanation of what a variable is and a description of the different types of variables you'll encounter in science.

How to Make Homemade Vinegar - Recipe
Here are recipes to make vinegar. Homemade vinegar is easy to make, plus you can customize the flavor with herbs and seasonings.

Photosynthesis Study Guide - Key Concepts
Photosynthesis is the set of chemical reactions plants use to manufacture their own food. This study guide will aid you to learn the essential steps of photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis Study Guide - Summary of Steps
Learn the essential steps of photosynthesis, the set of chemical reactions plants use to make their own food. Page 2.

Photosynthesis Study Guide - Light Reactions
Review the light reactions of photosynthesis. Page 3.

Photosynthesis Study Guide - Dark Reactions
Learn about dark reactions in carbon fixation or the calvin cycle in photosynthesis. This article also explains the efficiency of photosynthesis by environmental factors. Page 4.

Photosynthesis Study Guide - Study Questions
Answer some questions to help you determine if you really understand the basics of how photosynthesis works. Page 5.

Experimental Determination of Avogadro's Number
Here is how to determine Avogadro's number using an experiment. Advice on how to get an accurate value is also included.

Sample Calculation - Determining Avogadro's Number
This is a sample calculation for using an electrochemical method to determine Avogadro's number experimentally. Page 2.

How to Make a Smoke Bomb Fountain Firework
Kick the traditional smoke bomb recipe up a notch to make a firework fountain that shoots purple flames with lots of smoke. This is a fun and easy homemade firework project.

How Do Sparklers Work? - Science of the Sparks
This type of firework produces a cascade of fiery sparks. Learn about the chemistry behind the sparks or get instructions to make your own.

History of the Invention of Fireworks
Learn about the invention of fireworks and review the history of how fireworks were used over the years.

Fun Homemade Fireworks Projects to Make Yourself
Have you ever wanted to make your own fireworks? These are instructions for fireworks projects so you can make homemade fireworks.

Names and Functions of Chemical Elements in Fireworks
Here's a list of the chemical elements found in fireworks and an explanation of the function they serve.

What Letter Is not Found in the Periodic Table?
There is one letter not found anywhere on the periodic table and another not found in official element names. Learn about the missing letters.

How to Make Glowing Bubbles
Bubbles are awesome, but glowing bubbles are even better. It is easy and safe to make bubbles glow. Here is what you do.

Top 25 Chemistry Features and Articles
Take a look at the 25 most popular chemistry features and articles, written by Dr. Anne Marie Helmenstine,

Science Fair Chemistry Project Ideas and Inspiration
These science fair project ideas provide information and questions you can develop into a science fair project. Bookmark this page for new ideas.

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10 Deadliest Poisons Known To Man
Whether you're writing a murder novel, trying to stay safe, or simply curious, it's worth knowing what the 10 deadliest poisons are and how they work.

10 Dangerous Chemicals You Should Avoid
What are the most dangerous chemicals? Here's a look at 10 molecules you definitely don't want to mess with.

What Is the Most Poisonous Chemical Compound?
Find out about the most poisonous chemical compounds and substances known to man. The lethal dose is also listed.

Magic Colored Milk Science Project
If you add food coloring to milk, not a whole lot happens, but one simple ingredient turns the milk into a spinning color wheel. Here is what you do.

How To Make a Red and Blue Fire Tornado
It's easy to make this red and blue fire tornado. This is a stunning fire project, perfect for while you wait for it to get dark to light fireworks!

Color Change Violets - Color Chemistry Demonstration
You can change violets from violet to green by exposing them to a household chemical. This is a fun chemistry demonstration, especially for the home.

How To Do the Color Change Chameleon Chemistry Demonstration
Here's how to do the chemical chameleon color change demonstration and a look at the redox chemistry of the reactions that produce the color changes.

How to Do the Blue Bottle Chemistry Demonstration - Procedure
The blue bottle experiment is a classic chemistry demonstration. A flask of blue liquid turns clear and then blue again when swirled around. Learn how to perform this demonstration by following this procedure.

Blue Bottle Chemistry Demonstration - Other Colors
The blue bottle experiment is a classic chemistry demonstration. There are instructions to perform other color combinations as well.

How to Do the Blue Bottle Chemistry Demonstration
The blue bottle experiment is a classic chemistry demonstration. A flask of blue liquid turns clear and then blue again when swirled around. Learn how to perform this demonstration by following this procedure.

How to Do the Blue Bottle Chemistry Demonstration - Chemical Reactions
The blue bottle experiment is a classic chemistry demonstration. Learn how to perform this demonstration by following this procedure.

Colored Smoke Recipes - Easy Formulations
Colored smoke is easy to make and requires few ingredients. Here's a list of some colored smoke formulations to try.

How to Make Underwater Fireworks for Kids
Fireworks, while beautiful, are not something you want kids to make themselves. As an alternative, make these safe, underwater

How Do Pencil Erasers Work?
Learn about the different materials used as pencil erasers and how they work.You can even use ordinary bread to erase pencil marks!

What Is in Chewing Gum? - Ingredients Then & Now
Learn about the ingredients in chewing gum and how they have changed over time. Here's the chemical composition of gum.

How Baking Powder Works (Cooking Chemistry)
Baking powder is used to make cakes and breads rise because it works instantly (unlike yeast). Here's how the chemical reaction in baking powder works.

Edible Chocolate Slime Recipe
Chocolate slime is the ultimate flavored edible slime! This slime recipe is easy to make, fun to play with, and tastes good.

Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipe
Most slime recipes are non-toxic, but there are only a few you can eat and none that taste as good as this one. Here’s how to make edible slime.

Why Does Salt Work as a Preservative?
Salt has been used as a preservative since ancient times to protect food against bacteria, mold, and spoiling. Here's how salt keeps food safe.

Double-Acting and Single-Acting Baking Powder Differences
Learn about the difference between single acting and double acting baking powder and how they produce different results in recipes.

How to Make Edible Glitter
Make your own edible glitter. It's easy and inexpensive and much safer for kids or to put on your face.

How to Make Colored Sparklers
Sparklers are non-exploding handheld fireworks. You can make them yourself, plus it's easy to color the sparks.

How to Make a Homemade Roman Candle
A Roman candle is a relatively simple firework that shoots fireballs into the air. Here are instructions for how to make a homemade Roman candle.

How to Make a Sparkler - Easy Homemade Firework
Learn how to make your own sparklers, a simple type of handheld firework that doesn't explode.

How Fireworks Work - Pyrotechnics Science
Firecrackers, sparklers, and aerial fireworks are types of fireworks. Here's a look at the science of how they work.

Can You Drink Hand Sanitizer or Get Drunk on It?
You may have heard about people drinking hand sanitizer to get drunk or get a buzz. Is it safe? What are the effects? Here are the answers!

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Chemistry Laboratory Glassware Gallery
Learn the names and uses of different types of chemistry laboratory glassware. See how glassware looks so you can recognize it in the lab.

Chemistry Laboratory Glassware Gallery
Learn the names and uses of different types of chemistry laboratory glassware.

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Aqueous Solution Dilutions - Worked Chemistry Problems
Here is a worked example of how to calculate a dilution of a stock solution. The example is for a sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution.

Why Can You Drink Vinegar but Not Dilute Sulfuric Acid?
You can drink vinegar, but you can't drink diluted forms of other acids, such as battery acid. Here is why it is safe to drink vinegar.

Dissolving Sugar in Water: Chemical or Physical Change?
Is dissolving sugar in water an example of a chemical or physical change? Here's the answer and an explanation of the process.

Simple Chemistry Life Hacks
These simple chemistry life hacks offer simple solutions to everyday problems.

How a Penny Can Make Wine Smell and Taste Better
All you need to make wine smell and taste better is a penny. Here's how to do this simple chemistry life hack and how it works.

Chemistry Review of an Acid-Base Titration Calculation
An acid-base titration is a neutralization reaction used to determine an unknown concentration of acid or base. Here's how to perform the calculation.

Significant Figures Example Chemistry Problem
This is a worked example problem illustrating how to determine significant figures. Multiple significant figure examples are provided.

How the Olympic Torch Works - Origin and Facts
The flame for the Olympic Torch is pretty high tech. Here's a look at how the Olympic Torch works and the fuel used to produce the flame.

Significant Figure Rules and Examples
These are the rules used to determine how many significant figures are in a number, with examples of how to apply the rules.

Why Is the Ocean Salty? Composition of Sea Water
Have you ever wondered why the ocean is salty and why most lakes are not? Here's a look at what makes the sea salty and its chemical composition.

What Is the Hottest Chemical on the Scoville Scale?
The hottest hot pepper is no match for the spicy heat of the resin spurge Euphorbia resinifera. Here's how the hottest chemical works.

Is It True Hot Water Freezes Faster Than Cold?
Yes, hot water can freeze faster than cold water. Here's how it works and how you can prove it for yourself.

Why Does Mint Make Your Mouth Feel Cold?
Learn why mint makes your mouth feel cold and about other chemicals that act as temperature receptors in the body.

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Noble Gas Photo Gallery - See How These Gases Look
See examples of the noble gas elements and learn about the periodic properties of the noble gases.

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Liquid Elements Photo Gallery
Do you know what the pure elements look like in liquid form? Some elements, like mercury, you may have seen as a liquid because that is its usual state. Other liquid elements may be less familiar to you.

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Liquid Elements Photo Gallery
Do you know what the pure elements look like in liquid form? Some elements, like mercury, you may have seen as a liquid because that is its usual state. Other liquid elements may be less familiar to you.

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VSEPR Molecular Geometry Configurations - Molecule Shapes
These are the molecular geometry configurations predicted using VSEPR theory or Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion theory.

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Steroid Molecular Structures
See the molecular structures of steroids.

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Amino Acid Structures
These are the structures for the twenty natural amino acids, plus the general structure for an amino acid.

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

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