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: Eve Redstone
The importance of calcium to the health of our bones and teeth is well known, but it also plays an important role in other parts of the body.Over ninety-nine per cent of a body's calcium is stored in our bones. This storage system is...
By: Anthony Khoo
Helium is the second most abundant element in our universe, and as such plays an important role not only on Earth, but also in sciences such as astronomy and astrophysics concerned with our whole universe. Helium-7 is different to the typical type of helium which...
By: Erin Moss
Helium is the second lightest element as well as the second most abundant element in the universe (hydrogen has the honor of holding the top spot in both cases). Helium is also the smallest of the noble gases, inert elements that do not readily form...
By: Tenebris
Helium is the second most common element in the universe, and the lightest of the inert gases. Unlike helium-4, the most common isotope of helium, which contains two protons and two neutrons, helium-5 is a radioactive isotope of helium which contains one extra neutron.To...
By: Tricia Lye
Ion-implantation in a nutshell :Ion implantation is a surface modification process in which a beam of ions is extracted from a metal or gas and targeted on a substrate ( a base material on which is it worked on ) at very high speed to...
By: Tenebris
Ninety-nine percent of the human body is made up of only six elements. Calcium comes in fifth, at 1.5 percent of the total by mass. The vast majority of calcium in the human body is bound into a calcium phosphate salt (hydroxylapatite) in teeth...
By: Lydia Black
The current model of the universe's fundamental particles is called the Standard Model. We know it's not 100% accurate and needs a bit of tweaking but overall it does a fantastically good job of describing the universe to an incredible degree of accuracy.In the...
By: Karen Bledsoe
Chemistry experiments are a great way to turn elementary students on to science. Kids love to explore by mixing things together, but this can be dangerous in chemistry. Some mixtures are toxic or even explosive! The following experiments are fun, safe, and inexpensive. Kids can...
Chemistry science projects for elementary school students
By: Effie Moore Salem
While chemistry is not a favorite subject with everyone, a capable teacher can at least make it interesting for students. All the while she will discern which of her students will be more keenly aware of the possibilities for fun in experimenting with chemistry. Chemistry...
By: Karen Bledsoe
Chemistry experiments can be a fun, colorful, and enlightening way to learn about the chemistry of the world around you. Everything is made of chemicals, after all - the word "chemical" doesn't just refer to "artificial" substances. Chemistry is involved in our food and nutrition...

 

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