Chemistry

Every moment of every day, chemistry plays a part in all we experience. This branch of the Helium network humbly attempts to illuminate the vast array of chemical knowledge, making it accessible to all. Let our site inform, inspire, and awe you with chemical wonders.
By: Bri Kennedy
Chemical reactions are the basis of life on earth. As human beings, we are little more than the naturally abundant elements of which we are composed and the reactions between the compounds that they form. After all, how could life exist without water? Oxygen...
By: Paul Thomas
Calcination began as the earth was formed from the nebulous gasses of the Milky Way. The molten core of the Earth was so hot that volcanoes erupted constantly and the Earth had no atmosphere. Thus, no life was possible. Eventually the core cooled a bit...
By: Valerie Syverson
By far the most common mistake over the last hundred years in the teaching of the history of science and the evolution of scientific ideas frequently also made in the teaching of the processes of biological evolution is to falsely impart a clear-cut narrative with...
By: Thomas Dickinson
Chemistry is a vast major branch of science with millions of sub branches coming off. However, chemistry can seem a very complicated subject with all its complicated calculations and names but there is also a fun side of chemistry that you probably enjoy every day...
By: Myo Myint Maung
Helium(He) is a chemical element under the group of noble gases, inert gases, of the periodic table. With atomic number 2 and atomic weight of 4.002602, helium is the second lightest element and the second most abundant element in the universe surpassed only by...
By: Amelia Wagoner
Introduction An important area of physical chemistry would be the kinetic theory of gases. The kinetic theory of gases was developed over a long period of time that also included the important involvement of the gas laws (Laider 131). The two gas laws involved are...
By: Hoc Trinh
Firstly, I think you guys should know just a little bit on Boyle's Life and other Interesting facts from around his lifetime.Boyle was born on the 25th January, 1627 in Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland. His father, Richard Boyle, was the Earl of Cork, and...
By: Hoc Trinh
John Dalton investigated into the great depths of chemistry. He came up with a theory on the smallest particles in the universe, of what makes up what we call "matter". All matter consists of indivisible particles. Dalton gave the name to these minute particles, the...
By: Hoc Trinh
The atom was first discovered in the early 1800's by John Dalton, who acknowledged the "Atomic Theory of Matter", and the "Law of Multiple Proportions", and created the "Table of Atomic Masses". Atoms have been constantly looked at by scientists since then, and are learning...
By: Annette Lewis
Chemistry is fun but the word chemistry is very scary to most people. In order to get people involved I find the following three experiments to peak the interest of most adults and children. Of course, blowing things up is always another eye catcher. These...

 

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