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Polyester is a material which is composed of 85% ester and dihydric alcohol mixed with terephthalic acid. This helps form a chain that links the esters inside the fibers. Further this reacts with alcohol and carboxylic acid and the result is a product that is very strong and non –abrasive. It also retains its original properties much longer.
Published by Madan G Singh 59 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
The most basic difference between covalent and ionic bonds is that ionic bonds are easier to reproduce or at least they are easier to understand. One can easily look at the periodic table, pick out a metal and a non-metal, and be able to name the combined form, such as in sodium chloride. Covalent bonds simply produce more sophisticated combinations of substances.
Published by Marky Chavez 70 months ago in Chemistry | +3 votes | 0 comments
Sodium Benzoate, also known as Benzoic Acid, is a very common and widely used preservative in popular foods for both humans and pets, and is also found in many over the counter medications such as cold and flu medications, cosmetics and even baby wipes. Sodium Benzoate is commonly used in foods that are highly acidic such as vinegar style salad dressings, carbonated soft drinks which contain citric acids, jams, pickles and other condiments like relish. Sodium Benzoate is also a common ingredient...
Published by Debbie Edwards 71 months ago in Chemistry | +9 votes | 7 comments
The Importance Of Chemistry In Our Daily Life
Published by Priyangshu Borgohain 77 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 4 comments
Chemists make a great deal of experimentation as they apply scientific methods of study. The greatest part in a chemist's activities is spent in experimentation
Published by Jessie Agudo 77 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are so many discoveries in science and technology; some of these are just accidentally discovered such like Teflon. The discovery of Teflon brings the production of the new product in the market that caters the needs of different works in different industries.
Published by hunterfact 79 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Biological applications of isotopes.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 79 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
A bite-size answer to the question how do fireworks work.
Published by Steve Sudbury 80 months ago in Chemistry | +28 votes | 15 comments
How Imenhotep could have used concrete to build the great pyramid at Giza overlooking the Nile River.
Published by John Carter 81 months ago in Chemistry | +5 votes | 2 comments
The octet rule, or rule of eight is the tendency of the Type II elements to enter into chemical combination through losing, gaining, or sharing electrons, in such a way to attain the electronic configuration of a noble gas.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 84 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
What is benzene and the reactions of benzene.Symptoms of benzene exposure
Published by smartwriter 85 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
Here is a quiz to test your knowledge of atomic structure. Answers will be posted in the subsequent article
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 85 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
When the nucleus of an atom does not hold together well, it loses energy and mass which are emitted from the atom as radiation. Known as radioactive decay, this phenomenon occurs in certain atoms, which are said to be unstable. The three most common types of radioactive decay are: beta decay, alpha decay, and gamma decay.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 85 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 1 comments
Guidelines for Style in Scientific Writing
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Scientific Method
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +3 votes | 2 comments
The Evaporation Process
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
How to Balancing Chemical Equations
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 1 comments
Electrons, Protons and Neutrons
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +3 votes | 0 comments
Mixtures and states of matter
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 2 comments
List of Cations,Anions, and Polyatomic Ions
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +7 votes | 2 comments
List of Cations, Anions and Polyatomic Anions
Published by RAVENA 86 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Sample report of reactions and computations involved in the standardization of sodium thiosulfate and iodine solutions
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 230 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 230 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
Facts About Dr. Pepper Soft Drink, The History of Dr. Pepper drink
Published by deepblue 88 months ago in Chemistry | +17 votes | 8 comments
Red-ox titration is a kind of titration based on oxidation-reduction reactions. It is a method of volumetric analysis wherein the sought-for substance is made to react by a titration technique with a measurable volume of a standard solution of known concentration. In Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) method of titration, a reducing substance is titrated with a standard solution of an oxidizing agent, or an ...
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 90 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
An excerpt about an example of redox titration using sodium thiosulfate report.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 92 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
The blowpipe has been used since the days of the ancient Egyptains to perform analysis in chemistry or minerals until 1860. It was replaced with the Bunsen burner and spectrograph in modern analysis work.
Published by John Carter 93 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 1 comments
It isn't often when you can pinpoint the beginning of anything, but chemistry was an invention of the ancient Eqyptians. With a handfull of natural chemicals both organic from plants and inorganic from minerals the people of the land of Khem passed down the science of chemistry
Published by John Carter 93 months ago in Chemistry | +3 votes | 1 comments
How come high-acid foods and beverages do not dissolve the metal can they are packaged in? The high phosphoric acid content in Coca-Cola should dissolve the aluminum can from the inside.
Published by thestickman 85 months ago in Chemistry | +7 votes | 7 comments
Here are 5 types of chemical reactions, and what to expect the products to be.
Published by Illustrious 96 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Published by Dustin LaBarge 230 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
We have been trying to grow crystals that we bought in a commercially-available crystal growing kit. So far the results have been disappointing. The image on the box does not really resemble the results we are seeing.
Published by thestickman 97 months ago in Chemistry | +5 votes | 2 comments