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Why the Periodic Table Is Organized the Way It Is

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Learn how the periodic table of the elements is structured, its history, and how periods and groups relate to electrons and atomic mass.



Can Fright Turn Hair Gray Overnight?

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Is it true your hair can turn white from a bad scare or that your hair can turn gray overnight? Learn about your haircolor and get the answer to the question.



Here's Why Coffee Makes Some People Poop

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Does drinking a cup of coffee send you to the bathroom to poop as well as pee? Here's why that happens (and why some people are immune to the effect).



Get the Facts About the Actinides Element Group

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

The actinides share common properties, distinct from other rare earth elements. Get facts about this interesting element group.



10 Interesting Plutonium Facts

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Plutonium is an important radioactive metal. Here are 10 facts about the element plutonium, including its properties, uses, and sources.



Why the Sea Is Salty (Yet Most Lakes Are Not)

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

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.



You Can Make a Chemistry Kit with Materials in...

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

This is a list of chemicals you can obtain easily and safely store at home for projects and experiments.



Reverse Osmosis Definition

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Reverse Osmosis definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.



Crossed Cannizzaro Reaction

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

This is the crossed Cannizzaro reaction.



Do You Know Why Hair Turns Gray?

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Have you ever wondered why hair turns gray as you get older and whether there is something you can do to prevent it? Here's what happens.



Make a Pharaoh's Snake Firework (Safely)

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Pharaoh's snake or Pharaoh's serpent is a small firework that makes a growing snake of ash. Here's how to make Pharaoh's snakes yourself.



Mass Percent Test Questions

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Determining the mass percent of the elements in a compound is useful to find the empirical formula and molecular formulas of the compound. This collection of ten chemistry test questions deals with calculating and using mass percent.



Review Graham’s Law with This Chemistry...

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Graham's law relates the rate of diffusion or effusion of a gas to its molar mass. This example problem uses Graham's law to find the difference in effusion rates between two different gases.



How Poisonous Is Mistletoe?

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Kissing under the mistletoe is a holiday tradition. Eating it is not, because mistletoe has a reputation as being poisonous. Here's how poisonous it really is.



Medicinal Chemistry Definition

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

This is the definition of medicinal chemistry.



The Real Reason Rotten Eggs Float

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Here's the scientific explanation of why rotten eggs float and fresh eggs sink in a glass of water. Tip: slightly bad eggs still sink!



Understand the Difference Between Chrome and...

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

What is the difference between chrome and chromium? Here's the answer to the question and an explanation of why chrome can be toxic.



What Is Electroplating?

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

This is the definition of electroplating.



White Gold Isn't Really White (or Even Silver)

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Did you know all white gold is plated with another metal to make it shiny and white? Here's what it is plated with and why plating is used.



Why Beans Give You Gas

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

You know digging into that bean burrito will give you gas, but do you know why it happens? Here's the scientific explanation for why beans give you gas.



Easy Way To Substitute Baking Powder and Baking...

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Did you run out of baking soda or baking powder? Here is how to substitute one baking chemical for another.



Nonmetals Photo Gallery

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

See examples of the members of the nonmetal element group and learn about the periodic properties of the nonmetals.



Here's Why Drinking Alcohol Makes You Pee

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

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 Bathtime Fun With This Easy Soap Slime

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Soap slime is an easy-to-make type of slime that is fun to play with and makes clean-up fun. Here's how you make it.



Chemical Composition of Bubbles in Boiling Water

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

Learn about the chemical composition of the bubbles in boiling water and how they form. Also learn how to boil water without bubbles!



What Is Valence Bond Theory?

2016-12-05T11:02:16Z

A definition of Valence Bond (VB) Theory, one of two basic theories that use the methods of quantum mechanics to explain chemical bonding.