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Replacement for Polystyrene for Packaging and Insulation Challenge

 I usually imagine how life will be continually without science,inventions and innovations. Technology, according to Wikipedia deals with the  collection of techniques, methods or...

Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: Definition and Properties

Aliphatic hydrocarbons are organic hydrocarbon compound containing carbon and hydrogen binded together in straight chains, branched trains or non-aromatic ring system. Aliphatic compounds may be saturated (e.g.,...

METHODS OF SEPARATING MIXTURES AND PURIFYING SUBSTANCES (Distillation)

Distillation involves 2 stages and both are physical state changes. (1)  The liquid or solution mixture is boiled to vaporise the most volatile component in the mixture...

Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions or Changes

EXOTHERMIC CHANGES Heat is released or given out to the surroundings by the materials involved, so ...

Dangers of Drug Abuse in Today’s Life

 Dangers of Drug Abuse in Today's Life Introduction Drugs are primarily meant for curing of illness or infections of any kind including viral infections usually caused by...

Chemistry Examination Question for Senior Secondary School (SS1)

SECTION A (OBJECTIVE) 1.     The ability for carbon to form long straight and  branch chain ...

Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Syndrome

Are you or someone you know prescribed Benzodiazepine medications? Then you or your loved ones could be at risk of one day suffering from Benzodiazepine...

How To Perform Simple Calculations on Mole

A mole is the amount of a substance which contains as many elementary entities such as atom, molecules and ions as contain in 12g of carbon-12. The...

How to Carry Out Titration Experiment in the Lab

How to Carry Out Titration Experiment in the Lab In order to conduct titration experiment or carry out titration experiment  successfully in the lab, you must...

What are Conjugate Base

ConjugateBase are group of molecule or compounds formed when an acid loses one ionisable hydrogen atom or proton. You might love to also study How to...

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