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In this video, chemical physicist Andy Alexander explains the science behind the fizz in alcoholic drinks.
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 ...
Site is one of a series relating to advanced level chemistry and physics topics. Very neat site, with many clear links and references in text.
Until 1985, the chemical element Carbon was only known to exist in two forms - diamond and graphite. This changed when physicists discovered an entirely new form of carbon - the fullerene molecule.
A short animated movie and quiz giving very basic information about property changes such as the difference between a chemical and physical change. This site allows you to watch two movies a day ...
Discussion of the theory of fusion with details of deuterium, tritium reactions.
In 1869, a Russian chemist named Dmitri Mendeleev came up with a way of organizing the elements that were known at the time. He set them out in order of atomic weight, and then grouped them into rows ...
A shockwave tutorial showing how to balance chemical equations. Uses shockwave. Quite good
The site gives links to sites holding data tables, and calculating software for chemical engineering, with emphasis on thermodynamics.
Covalent chemical bonds involve the sharing of a pair of valence electrons by two atoms, in contrast to the transfer of electrons in ionic bonds.
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