2016-09-30T11:02:46ZIt's incredibly easy to make instant snow from boiling water. Sound impossible? Here's how to do this literally cool science water trick.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZHere's a collection of weird and interesting water facts. Do you think you know everything about water science? You might be surprised!
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZDo you know what happens if you touch mercury or whether it is safe? Here's what to expect, the health hazards, and what to do if there is a spill.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZMercury is an extremely toxic metal that is found in fluorescent light bulbs, mercury thermometers, and other household items. If you break a thermometer or a mercury-containing bulb, it's important to dispose of the mercury properly so that you don't accidentally poison yourself or contaminate the area with mercury.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZUse science to perform some simple water magic tricks. Get water to change colors and forms and to move in mysterious ways.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZLearn what happens when you touch mercury. Readers share their experience touching this toxic liquid metal.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZHere is a look at what tin pest is, what causes and tin pest, and some historical significance of the phenomenon.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZIf you want snow, but Mother Nature won't cooperate, you can take matters into your own hands and make snow yourself! This is the homemade version of real water ice snow, just like the snow that falls from the sky except without the need for clouds.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis example problem demonstrates how to determine the activation energy of a reaction from reaction rate constants at different temperatures.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZLearn about the types of organic compounds and get examples of important organic molecules.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZMolecules and compounds can be classified as either organic or inorganic. Here's how to tell the difference.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis is a table of chemical storage code colors, as devised by J. T. Baker. These are the standard color codes in the chemical industry.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis example problem demonstrates how to convert the pressure unit pounds per square inch (psi) to atmospheres (atm).
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZLove has a lot to do with chemistry, so if you want to connect Valentine's Day with chemistry, you've come to the right place. Take a look at these chemistry projects and topics that relate to Valentine's Day.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZIt isn't magic that makes movies look so cool. It's done using computer graphics and smoke and mirrors, which is a fancy name for
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis is the definition of acute health effect.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZDry ice is used for smoke and fog special effects. Learn what dry ice is and how it makes fog.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZIce spikes are tubes or spikes of ice that form rarely in nature, but you can make them in your own freezer quite simply. Here's what you do.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThe oxidation state of an atom in a molecule refers to the degree of oxidation of that atom. Oxidation states are assigned to atoms by a set of rules based on the arrangement of electrons and bonds around that atom. This means any single atom can have a different oxidation state from a similar atom in a different molecule. This example problem shows how to assign oxidation states to a variety of atoms in molecules.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis step by step guide provides sample calorimetry and heat flow chemistry problems, worked out by an expert in this field. Page 2.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZYou may have heard that snow can be found in other colors besides white. It's true! Red snow, green snow, and brown snow are relatively common. Really, snow can occur in just about any color. Here's a look at some common causes of colored snow.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZEnediol definition as used in chemistry.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZThis example problem demonstrates how to determine the solubility product of an ionic solid in water from a substance's solubility.
2016-09-30T11:02:46ZHave you ever wondered why the ocean is blue? Have you ever wondered why the ocean is sometimes another color, like green, instead of blue? Here's the science behind the color of the sea.