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.
Measurement is the process of finding out how many units there are in something. The basis of all scientific work is measurement. There are various units of measurement depending on what we wish to measure.
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.
Palladium is one of the rarest metal on earth belonging to the Platinum Group of Metals. Read on to find out more about Palladium, a fascinating metal.
Sodium chloride reaction with silver nitrate. Methods, procedures, balanced chemical reaction, comparison to alternative methods, and example problem covered.
Cement is a substance prepared by heating limestone with clay at 1450 degrees in a kiln. As a result “clinker” is produced to which other substances are added which determine different types of cement. Cement...
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.
Serial dilution performed on blue dye solution. Notice the color gradually getting paler as dilution advances. Dilution is the act of mixing a chemical with other substance, usually distilled water to make it...
Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds. These compounds occur in nature and are also made in the laboratory. They play important roles in our lives.
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...