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.
Difference between molecules and ions
By: Faiz Khan
Difference between molecules and ions Introduction Our ever-changing society constantly incorporates technical jargon in all forms of multimedia on a daily basis. The immensity of this delivery often confuses many on the simplest of terms. The difference between Molecules and Ions tends to be one...
By: Le Voir Lewis
With talks of global warming, more healthcare benefits, and the crusade for preserving the Earth, attention has been focused on the campaign for recycling. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recycling prevents pollution caused by the manufacturing of products from virgin materials, recycling conserves...
Factors that affect the rate of diffusion
By: Ernest Capraro
Diffusion is the random process by which particles distribute themselves within a container or medium. (More formally, Medical Dictionary provides the definition “the process whereby particles of liquids, gases, or solids intermingle as the result of their spontaneous movement caused by thermal agitation and...
By: Alison Bowler
The French chemist Charles Thilorier first recorded frozen carbon dioxide, also known as dry ice or card ice, in 1834. Thilorier observed the formation of frozen carbon dioxide when he opened a container of liquid carbon dioxide, which boiled away to leave a residue of...
By: Dawn Denmar
There are several methods for testing for the presence of lead in everyday materials and some of these are listed below. Firstly, it is important to point out that lead can be dangerous to humans, when present in high quantities, and can also contaminate the...
History of the Nobel prize for chemistry
By: Bill Georato
A history of the Nobel prize in Chemistry Where it began: Alfred Nobel is best known for two great, and perhaps opposite, accomplishments: He invented dynamite. He also invented the Nobel Prize. According to Nobel’s last will, the majority of his estate was...
By: D. Vogt
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry is the most prestigious worldwide award for work in chemistry. It is one of the original five annual prizes provided for in the will of Swedish manufacturer Alfred Nobel, and has been awarded by the Nobel Foundation and the Royal...
By: Ying Yang
The Nobel Prize for Chemistry is an award that recognises and celebrates scientists who have made a significant contribution to the field of chemistry. It is awarded on an annual basis to one or several joint recipients, as selected by the Royal Swedish Academy of...
By: Rianne Hill Soriano
Aside from being important components of various industry productions, acids and bases are also important in maintaining a physical health. The acid-base balance in the human body is important in various organ functions. Combining acids and bases typically results to chemical reactions resulting to the...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Computational chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with mathematical calculations that lead eventually to the determination of the energy and geometry of particular chemical compounds of interest to the chemist. For the most part, the interesting information that a chemist seeks are electronic...

 

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