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...
Here is a complete list of rules you should follow in any laboratory to stay safe. It explains common lab safety practice and is essential for safety in the laboratory!
Bioassay is the best way to analyse the effects of any substance on the biological systems. The biological systems can be animal tissues or whole animals.
A detailed guide to safety in the laboratory, chemical hazard symbols and their meanings. Essential for safety in the home and garden!
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 questions and more
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...
Organic Chemistry can be difficult and confusing. The goal of this article is to simply and explain the naming process for organic compounds.
Nicolas Flamel the true story of the Alchemist who achieved Immortality. Did Nicolas turn base metal into gold? And what is the story behind the secret books that reveal how he lived forever?
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.
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.