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A bite-size answer to the question how do fireworks work.
Published by Steve Sudbury 78 months ago in Chemistry | +28 votes | 15 comments
Facts About Coca-Cola and Why It is Selling Well
Published by deepblue 86 months ago in Chemistry | +27 votes | 7 comments
What Are Pheromones?, pheromones in personal care products
Published by deepblue 85 months ago in Chemistry | +24 votes | 9 comments
Facts About Dr. Pepper Soft Drink, The History of Dr. Pepper drink
Published by deepblue 86 months ago in Chemistry | +17 votes | 8 comments
Many a person loves a good chocolate fix, but few know anything about how the chocolatey treat in their hand came to be made. There is a standard process that most basic forms of chocolate go through in order to make it from cacao bean to candy bar.
Published by Caitlynn Lowe 91 months ago in Chemistry | +14 votes | 5 comments
Pepsi: Just Another Cola or the Next Big Thing?
Published by deepblue 86 months ago in Chemistry | +12 votes | 6 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 68 months ago in Chemistry | +9 votes | 7 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 83 months ago in Chemistry | +7 votes | 7 comments
List of Cations,Anions, and Polyatomic Ions
Published by RAVENA 84 months ago in Chemistry | +7 votes | 2 comments
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and its close relative Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are used in many soaps, shampoo's, detergents, toothpastes, engine degreasers and solvents among many other things for its foaming and degreasing properties which are also known as solvents. Once SLS is absorbed into the skin, it mimics and acts like the hormone Oestrogen or Estrogen. When the fine hormonal balance within the body is upset, many symptomatic diseases can occur that can be mild to severe and can even ...
Published by Debbie Edwards 68 months ago in Chemistry | +6 votes | 4 comments
Polyvinyl Alcohol is a widely used water-soluble synthetic, bio-compatible, toxicologically safe polymer that is highly prized and usable due to its superb emulsifying and adhesive properties that are resistant to solvents, oils or grease. It has a high tensile strength and ability to resist oxygen which prevents aging and deterioration. It is used in common over the counter medications, industrial adhesives and household cleaners.
Published by Debbie Edwards 68 months ago in Chemistry | +5 votes | 2 comments
How Imenhotep could have used concrete to build the great pyramid at Giza overlooking the Nile River.
Published by John Carter 79 months ago in Chemistry | +5 votes | 2 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 95 months ago in Chemistry | +5 votes | 2 comments
the on-going debate as to the safety of phthalates and parabens in various products
Published by Marie A. 87 months ago in Chemistry | +4 votes | 0 comments
Not the song by legendary Hawaiian crooner the late Don Ho, but tiny bubbles in an effervescent beverage. There is more to these tiny bubbles than just ‘dissolved gases’ in the liquid. And as the song goes, yes, '... they make me happy/make me feel fine.'
Published by thestickman 94 months ago in Chemistry | +4 votes | 4 comments
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