Nanotechnology deals with the study and application of materials at an extremely small scale called the nanoscale. This article is about nanotechnology and its applications in different fields.
Plastics are made from petrochemicals that are derived from fossil fuels such as coal, crude oil and natural gas. This article is about the different types of plastics, properties and their uses.
A detailed guide to safety in the laboratory, chemical hazard symbols and their meanings. Essential for safety in the home and garden!
Organic Chemistry can be difficult and confusing. The goal of this article is to simply and explain the naming process for organic compounds.
Matter is composed of very small ultimate particles, or atoms of matter.
Learn to stay safe by recognising GHS pictograms and their meanings. This guide will explain each GHS pictogram in detail plus an image of each one. GHS pictograms are chemical symbols which indicate...
Life substances are substances, which contain the life or food, which vivifies and sustains. But those who fail to receive these life-giving substances will, sooner or later, realize their necessity … Carlos Kosel
A grade GCSE chemistry coursework, Rates of reaction, Decomposition of sodium thiosulphate, introduction, method, safety, results, discussion. Sodium thiosulphate decomposition for GCSE, grade a easy.
Carbon fiber is five time stronger than steel. It is light weight and easy to work with. This article is all about carbon fiber, read on to know more.
This is a Hubpages free multiple-choice quiz on the chemical symbols on the Periodic Table of the Elements. Homeschoolers, high school students and trivia buffs should find this quiz helpful.