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Site contains arguments for and against Nuclear Power from an American and international perspective.
Wolfgang Pauli first suggested, around 1930, that neutrinos might exist, because without them, momentum didn't seem to be conserved in nuclear reactions. Neutrinos were actually detected 10 years ...
Describes the nature of pyrotechnics with tables and diagrams of chemical substances and ingredients used to emit different colours.
A NASA astrophysicist explains what stars are made of, and why.
The Peng-Robinson equation was solved by various routines and phase equilibria displayed graphically in 3 dimensions. Experimental data is from an American Chemical Society Monograph.
The site gives details of the different forms of energy ( Light, Heat, Sound, Chemical, Kinetic, Potential, Nuclear) and their sources.
Hans Albrecht Bethe (1906 - ) work led to the discovery of the reactions which supply the energy in the stars.
Andy from Redemption Brewing about the physics behind keeping beer separate from oxygen in the air when moving it to a conditioning tank.Exposure to oxygen causes reactions in beer that lead to ...
Enrico Fermi received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1938 for his work on the artificial radioactivity produced by neutrons, and for nuclear reactions brought about by slow neutrons. A good biography ...
In this video, chemical physicist Andy Alexander explains the science behind the fizz in alcoholic drinks.
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