Matter is composed of very small ultimate particles, or atoms of matter.
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...
A basic easy learning and revision guide to the periodic table of elements. I’ve tried to make this article easy to follow by using my own learning techniques i.e. very simple and without repetition.
This article guides you through the many kinds of laboratory glassware such as test tubes, graduated cylinders, beakers, burettes and many more. Each piece of apparatus is detailed and includes photos.
The branch of chemistry, which deals with the numerical relationships of elements and compounds and the mathematical proportions of reactants and products in chemical transformations, is known as stoichiometry.
Can't get a handle on moving among grams, moles, and number of atoms? How do I use that Avogadro's Number thing? Talk a walk on the Mole Road and let me show you how it's done!
The reaction between vinegar and limestone is due to limestone being a base, and vinegar being an acid. An experiment can easily be done at home.
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 lighter in composition. It is...
What is the Periodic Table, how is it organised, who discovered it and what do all those numbers mean? All these questions and more answered, with some catchy tunes thrown in for good measure!
High Explosives have powerful explosive properties, exploding at a supersonic level. They produce an explosion with a velocity ranging from 3000 to 9000 meters per second. The chemicals that make up high explosives decompose extremely quickly. ...