Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass.
What is universal indicator? This hub explains what universal indicator is and how to use it in-depth with photographs. Universal indicator tells whether a substance is an acid or a base by a colour...
Why do we cry? Did you know that every time we cry our bodies produce different chemicals to help us through the pain? Amazingly tears can even change the chemical compositions of our bodies!
This Hub has two separate experiments to allow you to get elemental zinc and elemental copper separated from any post-1982 penny! Check it out!
The chemical name of water and other common substances are examined, specifically their IUPAC name, to remove the perception that dangerous sounding chemical names are not as dangerous as they sounds.
Stainless steel is an iron based alloy. It is a strong alloy that is resistant to corrosion and rusting. It has many uses and is ideal for cookware. Read on to know more.
Glass is an eco-friendly material that can be recycled and reused endlessly. The properties of glass can be manipulated to manufacture products across many applications. Read on to know more.
Why are enzymes useful? How does the body use enzymes? Why are enzymes specific to a single reaction? What are the strengths and weaknesses of enzymes? What has shape got to do with any of this? This hub answers these...
Gallium is represented by the symbol "Ga". Solid Gallium is soft, pliable and a metal that easily melts within a few seconds of holding it in your hands. Read on to know more about this amazing metal.
Quartz is a mineral found in many rocks. It is one of the most common minerals found on earth. It is piezoelectric in nature and measures seven on the Mohs scale of hardness.