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.
How to come up with ideas for school chemistry projects
By: James Johnson
Chemistry, it is an important and fun subject for all students, but can be extremely boring without projects that can hold the student's interest. The projects need to be fun, exciting and yet safe, especially for those students just starting out. Something as simple as...
By: Paul Manalo
The reaction rate for chemical change to occur is the speed at which the chemical reactants disappear and form new products (Brady & Senese, 2009). The reaction rate can be measured by considering the amount of production of new products and the consumption of the...
By: Suzanne Rose
A lot of kids enjoy learning about science and the world around them. If they enjoy the field of chemistry in particular, then you can get them a gift related to this fascinating subject for Christmas of 2010. Try one of the following ideas. Chemistry...
Four States of Matter not three
By: Carston Roach
Back in early grade school, we were taught that there were three states of matter. Solids are substances whose atoms are packed tight enough and moving slow enough that the molecule retains its same shape and same volume. Liquids are substances whose atoms are loose...
By: William Menna
In chemistry, there are two types of reactions involving a redistribution of energy: exothermic and endothermic reactions. The concept of exothermic and endothermic reactions deals with the laws of thermodynamics, particularly the first law which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted...
Understanding the periodic table
By: Chand Zahid
What is a Periodic Table? As a chemist, the Periodic Table is the most important basics you have to learn before you can start learning anything else within chemistry. It is like if you want to learn English, you must learn the alphabets. Periodic Table...
By: Chand Zahid
The connection between these three is an amazing one. Sex or being in love is a natural desire which provides pleasure through releasing many chemicals in our body. Chocolate somewhat manages to do the same and for that reason we hear statements such as...
A look at the risks in using kitchen glassware for home chemistry experiments
By: Tenebris
Kitchen chemistry can be fun. The same baking soda chemical reaction that makes a cake light and fluffy can also be used to make a "working" volcano. When home chemistry leaves the realm of the edible, however, it is time to leave behind the kitchen...
By: Lenna Gonya
The structure of snowflakes has always fascinated people, because, they are truly some of nature’s best works of art. We can actually create some of these jewels ourselves, right in our own home.The main ingredient in our homemade snowflake is borax, which is...
By: Lenna Gonya
Changing the colors of a fire, or causing the fire to suddenly send out sparks of gold or silver is an old trick. This trick has been used to scare people, emphasis a point, or just for fun. The secret is, that fire can easily...

 

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