Is Ther Life on Mars
By: Allen Alberson
Methane has been found on Mars. Now the debate begins, is it biological or geological in nature? Maybe one day we will know for sure but now we take sides and present our cases. Scientists will throw out pros and cons on both sides. Religious...
By: Alison Bowler
Seaborgium Symbol: Sg Atomic Number: 106 Atomic Mass: 271amu (atomic mass units) Melting Point: Unknown Boiling point: Unknown Number of Protons: 106 Number of Electrons: 106 Number of Neutrons: 165 Classification: Transition Metal (man-made) Crystal Structure: Unknown Density @ 293K: Unknown Color: Unknown In 1974...
How to make your own copper (II) acetate
By: Lime Red Tetrahedron
Copper (II) Acetate exists as beautiful blue-green coloured crystals in its solid form. Containing Copper in its 2+ oxidation state, crystals of Copper (II) Acetate have the ability to turn fire green! As well, it can be used to form copper plating solutions. Using household...
By: Elton Gahr
Imagine the mass of the sun condensed down to the size of about ten miles. The gravity would remain the same but everything else would change. This is in large part what a neutron star is and though our sun is too small to become...
By: Imonikhe Ahimie
Venus is the second closest of the major planets to the Sun and it takes 224.7 Earth days to complete its orbit around the Sun. The planet is named for the Roman goddess of love and it is the only major planet named for...
Biographies: Alexander Graham Bell
By: Frances Stanford
Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish-American inventor born March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His father was an internationally recognized teacher of visual speech. He taught in Scotland and in Canada, where the family moved in 1870. As a boy, Alexander assisted his father in...
How to discover Redox chemistry at home
By: Ernest Capraro
More than likely, you're already familiar with redox (reduction-oxidation) chemistry in your daily life. Looking around the home, you'll find examples readily available. Batteries create electrical current through redox reactions of various metals. (Rechargeable batteries use electricity to reverse the reaction, so they can...
By: Jamie Craig
In the early 1900's an American taxidermist named Carl Akeley decided that he needed an easier, improved and more novel way to stuff his animals. He developed the first "cement gun", a device which uses pressurised air to blow concrete onto (or evidently into)...
Factors to consider in man's desire to explore outer space
By: Irrira Rikki
ORIGINS CALLED HUMAN The first and foremost factor of man's desire to explore Outer Space, is very simple. Origins of Species called human - looking just like us - showed earthling (for the want of a term,) what their planet looked like... from...
By: Alison Bowler
Titanium Symbol: Ti Atomic Number: 22 Atomic mass: 47.867 amu (atomic mass units) Melting Point: 1668 C (1941 K, 3034 F) Boiling Point: 3287.0 C (3560.15 K, 5948.6 F) Number of Electrons: 22 Number of Protons: 22 Number of Neutrons: 26...

 

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