What Happens When You Eat Metal?
Have you been wondering about what happens when you eat metal? Or perhaps the effects of accidentally eating metal dust or metal shavings? In this article, you're going to get all the answers you need! Pro tip: stay away from eating metal!
Homeopathic LDL Reset - Using Vinegar and Baking Soda Water
Will this combo help with my high LDL?
Facts About Copper: History, Properties, and Uses
This article is about copper a reddish-brown ductile and malleable metal that is a good conductor of heat electricity. Brass and bronze are the two most well-known copper-based alloys. Read on to know more about copper.
Can I Trust The Vaccine?
There is a lot of anxiousness and distrust in the United States about these, seemingly, rushed vaccines for the covid-19 virus. The skepticism of their safety and effectiveness runs high, understandably. I, too, was one of the initial skeptics. What changed? I did some research.
Zirconium- Its Applications and Anticorrosion Behaviour
Zirconium is a lustrous gray-white metal used in the chemical and nuclear industries. On exposure to air, it forms a white protective oxide film on its surface. Its high corrosion resistance to a wide variety of acids and bases is responsible for its wide extensive application in the industries.
Eight Emerging Areas of Chemistry That Is Changing Science and Technology Research
Research in chemistry have evolved over the years to co–opt cross disciplinary research approach. This article discusses some of they areas of chemistry that have incorporated other major disciplines and changing traditional chemistry research methodology.
Twelve Essential Nano Terms and Concepts That Is Common and Popular
The current emerging and cross disciplinary area of science and technology, and engineering called “Nano” is an interesting area that brings together many disciplines of science and technology into harmony to find a common solution. In this article, the common terms and concepts are discussed
Laboratory Equipment and Their Functions
This is a list of 22 basic laboratory Equipment you... Which include balance, hermometer, beaker and crucible. Knowing the name and their Function will help you to avoid the physical and chemical hazards present in the Laboratory.
Biochemical Engineering-Introduction, History, Scope and Applications
This article explains what Biochemical engineering is and what Biochemical engineers do. It talks about the history of biochemical engineering and how human beings have been using biochemical processes for their use. It includes the scope, applications and limitations of biochemical engineering.
How to Detect Occupational Hazards in the Workplace
This article provides safety personnel and managers with a general understanding of the industrial hygienist (IH) role and how they go about identifying the level of chemical exposure to reduce risk.
Lithium & Lithium Ion Battery (Structure, Function and Recharge Process)
In this lesson Lithium & Lithium Ion Battery are described with their structure and work function.
Things You Can Do When You Stuck in Heavy Trafic
Being stuck in a long and overwhelming rush hour gridlock isn't just an efficient however enthusiastic weight to you particularly in the event that you treat time as your sumptuous item that you would prefer not to squander. In spite of the fact that even you previously exhausted.
"Lead Acid Battery" Structure & Work Function (Recharging Process)
How a lead acid battery work and its structure.
K-12 Chemistry Project : Crystal Field Stabilization Energy ( CFSE) of Coordination complexes
Although this is a simple lab experiment, the learning of formation of coordination complexes, calculation of the enthalpy change and the color changes on formation of the complexes gives the students a hands on experience in coordination chemistry
Dealing with Educational Technology in the Classroom Setting
Educational technology helps the teachers in executing their duties and responsibilities.
Benzene -Classification, Structure & its Stability
Benzene and its derivatives are also called "Aromatic Compounds".The term aromatic was derived from the Greek word ‘aroma’ meaning “fragrant” and was used in Organic Chemistry for a special class of compounds. These compounds have a low hydrogen to carbon ratio in their molecular formula.
Percy Julian: First African-American Chemist Inducted into the National Academy of Sciences
Percy Julian was able to obtain a Ph.D. in chemistry and become an award-winning African-American chemist during a time of racial segregation and Jim Crow laws.
Crooke's Discharge Tube Experiment - Discovery of Cathode Rays and Properties of Cathode Rays
Among the experiments to prove the existence of electrons and protons, one was Crooke's Discharge Tube Experiment.
Iodoform-a K-12 Chemistry project to optimize conditions for maximum yield
In this K--12 project we undertake varying both the functional group of the organic substrate as well as the three most common methods prevalent for the preparation of iodoform. To the final reaction mixture, addition of sodium hypochlorite visibly increases the yield regardless of the method.
K-12 Chemistry Project :Laboratory preparation of Biodiesel
Biodiesel is an environmentally friendly option available to third world countries where agriculture is a major source of livelihood. We attempt to prepare biodiesel as part of our K12 project.
Interesting Facts About Nanotechnology - History, Examples, and Applications
Nanotechnology deals with the study and application of materials at an extremely small scale called the nanoscale. This article is about nanotechnology and its applications in different fields.
So What's the "Brubacher Edge Sharpness Scale" (BESS)?
The "Brubacher Edge Sharpness Scale" is the world's first universal and quantifiable means of expressing the sharpness of an edge