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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 64 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
This article details, with specific steps and a list of materials, a method by which you can perform electrolysis in your own home. The method is cheap, safe, and quick. The parts needed are available from department stores and electronic stores, and the process can be performed by young adolescents and even children.
Published by Ben Beers 68 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Published by DeleteMe 235 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
In Bible it has been mentioned as Brimstone. It seems to be derived from the Sanskrit name “Sulvery” which means enemy of copper. It naturally occurs near hot springs and volcanic craters. The presence of sulfur gives water of hot springs milky to brown color. People in earlier times used to take bath in hot sulfur springs to get rid of the skin diseases and this practice continues till date.
Published by Iram Danish 73 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 1 comments
This article covers the basics of the atom, including the structure (protons, neutrons and electrons),ions and isotopes. It is written for novices, but is equally useful for any chemistry student revising the structure of the atom at any level. If you have any questions please feel free to message me.
Published by Anastasia Meredith Oh 73 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Glycolysis is the process of breaking down of serum sugar (blood glucose) in the body. Sugar is important in producing energy for overall vitality. The glycogen to glucose breakdown is important in the process of releasing energy inside the cells producing pyruvic acid and adenosine triphosphate. ATP or adenosine triphosphate is the carrier of energy once glucose has been broken down. The entire process known as the krebs cycle is involved in many chemical exchanges in the body, but glucose regu...
Published by Marky Chavez 74 months ago in Chemistry | +0 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 74 months ago in Chemistry | +3 votes | 0 comments
Flame retardant/resistant fabrics have been developed for special reasons and uses. Some professionals that work with flammables require the use of these types of materials for safety and efficiency of their jobs . . .
Published by Susan Lee 92 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
Pepsi: Just Another Cola or the Next Big Thing?
Published by deepblue 92 months ago in Chemistry | +12 votes | 6 comments
"The atom is a basic unit of matter that consists of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons."
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 93 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
the on-going debate as to the safety of phthalates and parabens in various products
Published by Marie A. 93 months ago in Chemistry | +4 votes | 0 comments
The heat given out by slow oxidation plays an important part in what we call spontaneous combustion. Turpentine and linseed oil oxidize when in contact with air. If rags soaked with paint, containing these substances are placed in a closet or box where the air does not circulate freely, the heat given out during slow oxidation is not carried away and the rays get warmer and warmer. Finally the oil or turpentine reaches the kindling temperature and bursts into flame, setting the rags on ...
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 93 months ago in Chemistry | +1 votes | 0 comments
This tells you how to build a silicate garden, and the chemicals used in its chemistry.
Published by John Carter 96 months ago in Chemistry | +2 votes | 0 comments
This illustrates the method used in dry cleaning and cloth identification. The advantage of dry cleaning in soapy water is that the garments do not shrink or change their shape, and colors are not affected. This is particularly important with woolen garments.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 96 months ago in Chemistry | +0 votes | 0 comments
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