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How can you identify compounds?

compounds that contain potassium have violet flames.

you can tell what is in some compounds by the color a compound makes when it is held in a flame. Spe... more

By: jabria
2009-06-15 17:31:39
Number of views: 301


snow storm in a tube

this is so cool

mix isopropyl alchohol with sulfate solution and it forms awesome ice crystals in a jar or tube

By: lowackja
2008-03-30 17:12:05
Number of views: 860


Element #9

Flourine

9 oxygen ← fluorine → neon -↑F↓Cl Periodic ... more

By: Zookeeper
2008-03-26 23:37:45
Number of views: 680


Element #10

Neon

10 fluorine ← neon → sodium He↑Ne↓Ar Period... more

By: Zookeeper
2008-03-26 23:21:49
Number of views: 630


Decomposition

Decomposition reactions are the opposite of Synthesis reactions.

Decoposition reactions consist of one reactant that decomposes(hence the name decomposition) to form... more

By: jwspackerfan
2008-03-25 03:30:04
Number of views: 496


By: jwspackerfan
2008-03-25 03:30:01
Number of views: 389


Synthesis

Learn about synthesis equations and how to balance them.

Think of this as an addition problem except using elements. A synthesis reaction simply has two reac... more

By: jwspackerfan
2008-03-25 03:19:53
Number of views: 783


Reaction Types

Did you know there are 5 basic Chemical Reaction types?

There are five basic chemical reaction types. 1)Synthesis(combination), 2) Decompo... more

By: jwspackerfan
2008-03-25 03:06:40
Number of views: 971


Element #11

Sodium (Na)

11 neon ← sodium → magnesium Li↑Na↓K Peri... more

By: Zookeeper
2008-01-12 01:03:19
Number of views: 1330


Element #12

Magnesium (Mg)

12 sodium ← magnesium → aluminium Be↑Mg↓Ca ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 20:37:55
Number of views: 740


Element #13

Aluminium (Al)

13 magnesium ← aluminium → silicon B↑Al↓Ga ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 20:35:15
Number of views: 858


Element #14

Silicon (Si)

14 aluminium ← silicon → phosphorus C↑Si↓Ge ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 20:11:45
Number of views: 700


Element #15

Phosphorus (P)

15 silicon ← phosphorus → sulfur N↑P↓As Per... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 19:48:18
Number of views: 834


Element #16

Sulfur (S)

16 phosphorus sulfur chlorine OSSe Periodic table - Exten... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 19:30:53
Number of views: 932


Element #17

Chlorine (Cl)

17 sulfur ← chlorine → argon F↑Cl↓Br Period... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 19:08:17
Number of views: 576


Element #18

Argon (Ar)

18 chlorine ← argon → potassium Ne↑Ar↓Kr Pe... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 18:21:13
Number of views: 664


Element #19

Potassium (K)

19 argon ← potassium → calcium Na↑K↓Rb Peri... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 17:44:03
Number of views: 592


Element #20

Calcium (Ca)

20 potassium ← calcium → scandium Mg↑Ca↓Sr ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 04:29:51
Number of views: 578


Element #21

Scandium (Sc)

21 calcium ← scandium → titanium -↑Sc↓Y Per... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 04:11:31
Number of views: 641


Element #22

Titanium (Ti)

22 scandium ← titanium → vanadium -↑Ti↓Zr P... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 03:57:44
Number of views: 793


Element #23

Vanadium (V)

23 titanium ← vanadium → chromium -↑V↓Nb Pe... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 03:23:14
Number of views: 648


Element #24

Chromium (Cr)

24 vanadium ← chromium → manganese -↑Cr↓Mo ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 02:42:08
Number of views: 715


Element #25

Manganese (Mn)

25 chromium ← manganese → iron -↑Mn↓Tc Peri... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 02:01:50
Number of views: 751


Element #26

Iron (Fe)

26 manganese ← iron → cobalt -↑Fe↓Ru Period... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 01:33:59
Number of views: 842


Element #27

Cobalt (Co)

27 iron ← cobalt → nickel -↑Co↓Rh Periodi... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-08 01:14:55
Number of views: 1729


Element #28

Nickel (Ni)

28 cobalt ← nickel → copper -↑Ni↓Pd Periodi... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 19:20:36
Number of views: 605


Elements #29

Copper (Cu)

29 nickel ← copper → zinc -↑Cu↓Ag Periodi... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 19:00:48
Number of views: 3784


Element #30

Zinc (Zn)

30 copper ← zinc → gallium -↑Zn↓Cd Period... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 17:08:17
Number of views: 597


Element #31

Gallium (Ga)

31 zinc ← gallium → germanium Al↑Ga↓In Peri... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 04:09:16
Number of views: 557


Element #32

Germanium (Ge)

32 gallium ← germanium → arsenic Si↑Ge↓Sn P... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 02:56:13
Number of views: 521


Element #33

Arsenic (As)

33 germanium ← arsenic → selenium P↑As↓Sb P... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 02:55:55
Number of views: 871


Element #34

Selenium (Se)

34 arsenic ← selenium → bromine S↑Se↓Te Per... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 02:45:43
Number of views: 878


Element #35

Bromine (Br)

35 selenium bromine krypton ClBrI Periodic Table - Extend... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 01:44:23
Number of views: 802


Element #36

Krypton (Kr)

36 bromine ← krypton → rubidium Ar↑Kr↓Xe Pe... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 01:07:23
Number of views: 680


END OF CHEMISTRY SERIES

By: Zookeeper
2007-12-01 00:21:57
Number of views: 387


Ions

See what you'll learn about ions

An Ion is an atom that has gained or lost an electron. A cation is an atom or group of atoms that ha... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-11-19 22:12:22
Number of views: 573


States of Matter and their properties

Solid, Liquid, Gas

There are three states of matter: Solid, Liquid , and Gas. Solid- definite shape, definite volum... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-11-19 22:04:13
Number of views: 24032


Diatomics

These elements need two atoms to make up one molecule of the substance.

These elements need two atoms to make up one molecule of the substance: ... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-11-19 21:57:27
Number of views: 706


DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE

DO NOT CLICK

What ever you do, do not click or read this article! (It is a very embarrassing secret) Yo... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-10 04:01:46
Number of views: 656


floating in mid air

by lab master

answer can it be possible to float in midair yes no

By: lab master
2007-07-23 04:05:59
Number of views: 711


The First-Aid Kit

Why is it so important?

Be Prepared Almost everyone will need to use a first aid kit at some time. Take the time to prepare... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-06-03 00:36:03
Number of views: 773


RNA(Ribonucleic acid)

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid polymer consisting of nucleotide monomers ............

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid polymer consisting of nucleotide monomers that plays severa... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-25 13:48:56
Number of views: 1901


DNA(Deoxyribonucleic acid)

DNA is a nucleic acid molecule that contains the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all living organisms.

Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA is a nucleic acid molecule that contains the genetic instructions used... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-25 13:44:41
Number of views: 726


Chemical bond

The Chemical Bond

A chemical bond is the physical phenomenon of chemical substances being held together by attraction ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-24 23:58:22
Number of views: 1922


Organic chemistry

The Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is the scientific study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-24 23:55:37
Number of views: 800


Chemical compound

The Chemical Compound

A chemical compound is a chemical substance consisting of two or more different chemically bonded ch... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-24 23:52:35
Number of views: 917


Explosive Chemicals

How Dangerous are They?

Many people have a natural fear of chemicals that catch fire easily. In fact, I know of some people ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-24 23:46:51
Number of views: 1064


Francis Crick

Watson and Crick developed the first accurate model of DNA.

Francis Harry Compton Crick was an English molecular biologist, physicist, and neuroscientist, who i... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-24 15:27:18
Number of views: 1108


James Dewey Watson

James Dewey Watson with Help of Francis Crick Created a mosel of DNA.

James Dewey Watson is an American molecular biologist, best known as one of the discoverers of the s... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-24 15:16:47
Number of views: 1503


Robert Boyle

Best known for BOYLE'S LAW.

Robert Boyle (25 January 1627 30 December 1691) was an Anglo-Irish natural philosopher, chemist, p... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-24 14:55:40
Number of views: 2852


Magic? Think again.

Is it possible to change places?

Is it possible to change places of whisky and water without any intermediate glass? Check it out....... more

By: maya
2007-05-24 05:18:16
Number of views: 897


Periodic Table of Elements

Who and how did the elements become ordered.

The periodic table - The periodic "law" of chemistry recognises that many properties of the chemic... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-21 15:25:46
Number of views: 4331


Dmitri Mendeleev

Did You Know he created the periodic table of elements?

Who was Dmitri Mendeleev? Dmitri Mendeleev was born at Tobolsk, Siberia in 1834 and died in 1907. ... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-18 10:24:53
Number of views: 5153


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