Have you ever wondered why flamingos are pink or orange? You've probably heard it has something to do with what flamingos eat, but do you know what exactly it is that produces the color?
Do you want to explore science, but can't find or can't afford chemicals? You can explore the fun of science in your own kitchen. Here are some science experiments and projects you can do that use common kitchen chemicals.
Learn about the history of science by reading about the significant scientific events that took place on this day in history.
Quizzes about the elements and periodic table are extremely popular. Here are some of the top chemistry quizzes that test your familiarity with the elements and understanding of the periodic table.
This is an explanation of the difference between accuracy and precision.
Flash cards can be a great study aid. You can use them to help memorize facts, lists, and structures as well as to reinforce important concepts. Here's how to prepare and use flash cards to help study chemistry.
Learn about the history of science by reading about the significant scientific events that took place on August 22 in history.
Elements may be classified as either metals or nonmetals, based on their properties. Here's a look at the differences between the metals and nonmetals.
Physical changes involve a new form of matter, but no chemical reaction. This is a list of 10 examples of physical changes.
Have you ever wondered how many atoms are in a human cell? It's a huge number! Here's a look at the answer.