Archive for February, 2010

Chemistry Experiment: Separating a sand and salt mixture

Topic Separation techniques Timing 45 minutes Description In this experiment students use simple processes to separate sand and salt. Apparatus and equipment (per group) 250 cm(3) Beaker Filter funnel and paper Evaporating dish Tripod Bunsen burner Gauze Glass rod for stirring Chemicals (per group) A mixture of salt and sand (about 20 percent of salt) […]

Setting up your laboratory

In some ways, a laboratory is very much like a library; but instead of looking up information, the laboratory worker find out about it for himself. In both places the working conditions are similar. Librarians must catalog books in a library and store them in a neat and orderly fashion. Chemists must label their equipment […]

What’s the Matter

Air, Water and Other Things Everything in this world takes up space and has weight – even air. The three states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas. This refers to how a thing feels, how hard it is, or how it moves or looks, even if it’s invisible, like air. A table is a […]

Chemistry experiments that you’d want to perform

Very often, people forget that not only can studying chemistry be fun, teaching it can be too. Teachers who employ various aids to teach chemistry or for that matter any subject, have been found to receive better feedback from students in general. To make learning chemistry fun, it is the duty of a teacher to […]

How chemistry aids in engineering and science

Chemistry is and always has been an integral part of engineering and science. Chemistry is useful to all kinds of engineers. In other words it is not just the ‘chemical’ engineers who need to use chemistry in their field. Also you don’t have much of a choice do you? Most colleges teach chemistry as part […]

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