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Realistic Stage Blood - You can make realistic non-toxic stage blood using common kitchen ingredients. This blood is thick enough to drip convincingly....
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Relative Solubility Example Problem - This example problem demonstrates how to determine the relative solubility of ionic compounds in water....
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Trans Isomer Definition - This is the definition of trans isomer along with examples and an illustration of what the trans configuration looks like....
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Green Fire Whirlwind - It's easy to make your own tabletop fire whirlwind or twister. Spice it up a bit by using green fire!...
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Does It Matter Where You Get Gas? - Is there a real difference between different brands of gas and will cheap gas hurt your car? Here's a look at whether it matters where you get gas....
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How to Preserve a Halloween Jack o Lantern - Your carved pumpkin or Halloween jack o lantern doesn't have to rot or mold before Halloween! Here is how to preserve a jack o lantern so that it will last for weeks instead of days....
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How Does the Fortune Teller Miracle Fish Work? - If you place the plastic Fortune Teller Miracle Fish in your hand it will bend and wiggle. Learn the science of how the Fortune Teller fish works....
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What Is the Nobel Prize Medal Made Of? - The Nobel Prize medal looks like gold, but what is it really made of? Here's the answer to this common question about the composition of the Nobel Prize medal....
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What Is the Most Metallic Element? - Learn about the most metallic element and the metallic properties of the elements....
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Reasons Why Homework Is Good and Sometimes Bad - Here's a look at the best reasons why homework is good, especially for sciences like chemistry....
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Standard Molar Entropy - Learn what standard molar entropy is and how to predict whether a chemical reaction will cause a positive or negative delta S or change in entropy....
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Why You Shouldn't Mix Bleach and Ammonia - Mixing bleach and ammonia is extremely dangerous, since toxic vapors will be produced. Here are the chemical reactions involved and first aid advice....
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Mixing Bleach and Vinegar - Mixing bleach and vinegar is a bad idea because it produces toxic chlorine gas. Here's what you should know about mixing bleach and vinegar, before you try it....
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What Is Borax and Where Can You Get It? - Borax is a common household and commercial chemical. Here's a look at what borax is, some facts about borax and how you can get borax....
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What Is the Difference Between Independent and Dependent Variables? - The difference between independent and dependent variables in a scientific experiment is which variable is being measured. Here's an explanation of how to tell these critical variables apart....
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How Blue Lava Works - Have you seen the images of blue lava from the Indonesian volcano? It's not actually lava at all and you don't need to travel to Indonesia to see it....
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Can You Balance an Egg on the Equinox? - Find out whether the urban legend that you can balance an egg on end on the equinox is true or not....
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What Would Happen If Earth's Atmosphere Vanished? - Have you ever wondered what would happen if Earth's atmosphere suddenly vanished? Would life survive? Would humans? Here's the answer....
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Periodic Table Trends - It's called a periodic table for a reason. The table part is pretty obvious, but can you name the periodic table trends? Here's an explanation of periodicity....
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Why Do Atoms Bond? - Have you ever wondered why atoms form chemical bonds with other atoms? Here's the scientific reason and an explanation of stability....
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What Is Dry Ice? - Do you know what dry ice is? Learn about dry ice and find fun projects that use solid carbon dioxide....
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How To Make Non-Toxic Dry Ice Smoke or Fog - Learn how to make your own nontoxic smoke and fog effects using dry ice and hot water. No smoke machine required!...
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What Happens If You Microwave Liquid Nitrogen? - Have you ever wondered what would happen if you microwaved liquid nitrogen? Here's the answer to the question and an explanation of what's going on....
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Nitrogen in Tires - Have you ever wondered why some people put nitrogen in their tires and whether it's worth it? Here's the answer and the scientific explanation....
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The AMCAS Application for Medical School - Get information about completing the AMCAS application for medical school. Learn about the importance of the AMCAS and what you'll need in order to complete the form....
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Famous Chemists - Last Names Starting with A - This is a list of famous chemists and other scientists who made important contributions to the field of chemistry, who have last names starting with the letter A....
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Clinical Experience and Medical School Application - This article explains what clinical experience is, why you need it before applying to medical school, as well as when and how to get it....
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Is It Safe To Drink Deionized Water? - Have you ever wondered whether it's safe to drink deionized water, otherwise known as DI water? It's not a good idea to drink it. Here's why....
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How To Make Flaming Gel - Recipe - Use three common household ingredients to prepare a gel or jelly that you can set on fire. This is an easy fire chemistry project that you can do at home....
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Atomic Number 6 - Learn about the element that is atomic number 6 on the periodic table. See forms of carbon, get interesting facts, and learn about its properties....
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How to Make Glow in the Dark Ice - Glow in the dark ice is really easy to make. How did I do it? Here's the simple explanation and tips for getting the best glow....
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Make a Cold Pack from Hot Ice - There are a few different ways you can make your own chemical cold pack. Here is how to make a cold pack using sodium acetate or hot ice....
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Atomic Number 5 Element Facts - Learn about the element that is atomic number 5 on the periodic table. Get facts, interesting trivia, properties, and uses of boron....
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Counterterrorism Chemistry - Chemistry tends to be more associated with terrorism than fighting it, yet counterterrorism relies on chemistry and chemical reactions. Here's how....
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Chemicals You Can Make - You can make your own chemicals for science experiments. Here's a look at some of the most useful and common chemicals to make yourself....
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How To Make Homemade Dry Ice - It's possible to make dry ice at home. Here are instructions and safety information on how to do it....
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Cool Dry Ice Projects - Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide. Do you have some dry ice? Here's a big list of cool things you can do with it....
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Native Elements List - Native elements occur in relatively pure form in nature. This is a list of native elements, including metals and nonmetals, and also native alloys....
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What Are the Elements in the Human Body? - Here is a list of the elements in the human body according to their abundance....
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Why Do Leaves Change Color in the Fall? - Find out why leaves change color in the fall. Learn about the different pigments found in leaves and how bright autumn foliage is produced....
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How To Make a Mixture and a Compound from Iron and Sulfur - Combine iron and sulfur to make a mixture and then react them to form a chemical compound. It's an easy chemistry project that shows the difference....
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Atomic Number 16 - Learn about the element that is atomic number 16 on the periodic table. Here are fun facts about the element sulfur....
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How To Make Crystal Clear Ice Cubes - There is a 'trick' to making clear ice cubes, but it isn't complicated and doesn't require special equipment. Here's what you need to do....
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J.J. Thomson Biography - J.J. Thomson is the scientist who discovered the electron. Here is a brief biography of Thomson and interesting facts about the man....
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Smithsonian Crystal Growing Geodes Kit Review - You can grow 'frosty diamonds' and 'purple amethyst geodes' with the Smithsonian Crystal Growing Geodes kit. Here's my review of this popular crystal growing kit....
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Atomic Number 12 - Learn about the element that is atomic number 12 on the periodic table....
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How Many Atoms Are in a Drop of Water? - Have you ever wondered how many atoms are in a drop of water? Here's how to calculate the number of atoms and molecules in a single water droplet....
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Electronegativity - Learn about electronegativity, the trends of electronegativity for elements in the periodic table, and how electronegativity relates to chemical bonding....
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Most Reactive Metal on the Periodic Table - Learn which is the most reactive metal on the periodic table and how to use the metal activity series to predict reactivity....
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Table of Physical Constants - Need a value for a fundamental physical constant? This handy reference table contains commonly used physical constants used in chemistry....
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