What are the effects of the application of chemistry on the home/household?
Can anyone please give me some effects chemistry as a science has in our everyday lives? Thanks!
I use chemistry every day in my kitchen when I cook & bake, when we treat our pool, when I take a shower, when I clean etc.
There is no telling how long chemicals stay on surfaces, but they don’t stay there indefinitely, otherwise you would only need to use them once wouldn’t you. Also the risk of dangerous bacteria and germs far outweigh the dangers of cleaning with things like chemicals.
We utilized a home removal service recently and our new home stays clean because we use chemicals in moderation. Dilute your cleaning products down with water if you are concerned.
I have a chemistry project where I have to bring a food in that is a play on the word “mole”, any suggestions?
Monday, September 21st, 2009 | Chemistry | 6 Comments
In case you want to know a mole in chemistry is a measurment for a substance and each mole of a substance contains about 6.022×10^23 particles. Since tomorow is 10/23 it is national mole day.
Sorry I didn’t mention this before but, something other than guacamole would be great
Its a summative for grade 12 physics. It just has to be relevant to physics and demonstrate or prove something.
Sunday, September 20th, 2009 | Biology | 17 Comments
99.98% of the scientific community accepts the theory of evolution, and these are people who have spent their entire adult lives doing work and research and studying the work and research of others in their respective fields.
Then you, armed with a high-school education in biology or even less than that, and a thousand-year-old tome written by Bronze Age goat herders who thought the earth was flat, think you know better than they do? And then you call them elitist? Do you realize how ridiculous you sound?
What would be a detailed chemistry of the dispersant agents used in cleaning an oil spill?
Please site where you got your information! Thanks!
Friday, September 18th, 2009 | Physics | 2 Comments
I was playing Spider-man 3 and in the beginning that narrator dude was like “Ok, here we go again, breaking the laws of physics. Practice your double jumping”. Or something to that effect. I have a basic understanding that once an object is in motion it stays in motion until it comes in contact with something else consisting of matter. Can someone that is good at physics go more into depth and explain why double jumping is considered breaking the laws of physics?
Friday, September 18th, 2009 | Physics | 4 Comments
I am attempting to get a double degree in physics and chemistry and then going on to a PhD program in physics. What can I do with this? I’m I know that you can do more than teaching, research, and flipping burgers, so don’t give me any crap about how it’s a useless.
Friday, September 18th, 2009 | Biology | 2 Comments
hey guys im stuck on these 2 biology questions they are vocabulary questions i cant find them in my glossary so if you can please help me. 10points plus best answer goes to the best right answer.please help thanks so much.
A series of reactions in aerobic respiration that begins and ends with the same 6-carbon compound is the
The anaerobic process of splitting glucose to form pyruvic acid is called ____________________.
What are some major issues in either biology or education on which I can give a proposal?
I am a biology/education major. We have to present proposals on a solution to a problem in our field of study for my technical writing class. What is an issue in biology, education, or both which I can address with my proposal? Something with nice statistics I can graph would be great
I teach middle school science and I’m looking for some new ideas and for people to back up some of the projects I already have in mind.
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Theory Of Evolution