2016-12-05T11:02:16ZLearn how the periodic table of the elements is structured, its history, and how periods and groups relate to electrons and atomic mass.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZIs 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZDoes 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).
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZThe actinides share common properties, distinct from other rare earth elements. Get facts about this interesting element group.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZPlutonium is an important radioactive metal. Here are 10 facts about the element plutonium, including its properties, uses, and sources.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZHave 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZThis is a list of chemicals you can obtain easily and safely store at home for projects and experiments.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZReverse Osmosis definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZThis is the crossed Cannizzaro reaction.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZHave 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZPharaoh'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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZDetermining 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZGraham'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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZKissing 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZThis is the definition of medicinal chemistry.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZHere's the scientific explanation of why rotten eggs float and fresh eggs sink in a glass of water. Tip: slightly bad eggs still sink!
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZWhat is the difference between chrome and chromium? Here's the answer to the question and an explanation of why chrome can be toxic.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZThis is the definition of electroplating.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZDid 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZYou 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZDid you run out of baking soda or baking powder? Here is how to substitute one baking chemical for another.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZSee examples of the members of the nonmetal element group and learn about the periodic properties of the nonmetals.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZIf 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZSoap 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.
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZLearn about the chemical composition of the bubbles in boiling water and how they form. Also learn how to boil water without bubbles!
2016-12-05T11:02:16ZA definition of Valence Bond (VB) Theory, one of two basic theories that use the methods of quantum mechanics to explain chemical bonding.