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What is a Chemical Reaction?

Jessica Clifton

17th June 2020

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A chemical reaction is distinct from a physical or phase change (e.g. evaporation, which is a change from liquid to gas) because the reaction involves a change in atomic combinations. For instance, the chemical reaction of water with sodium is an exothermic violent reaction that releases one hydrogen atom per molecule of water… Continue reading »

Chemical Contamination of Food

Jessica Clifton

20th May 2020

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The chemical contamination of food is almost inevitable because of various environmental and food processing factors. Food can also be chemically contaminated during handling, storage, and transport. Most cases of food contamination are very negligible and unnoticeable in terms of parts per million. For instance, a pizza delivered to your house can be… Continue reading »

6 Artists Getting Creative with Chemicals

Jessica Clifton

13th May 2020

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The range of possible applications of chemicals is truly endless; they make up everything and are the catalysts that allow everything to happen. However, it may come as a surprise to learn that increasing numbers of artists are getting creative with chemicals and exploring the qualities chemicals can provide when they react with… Continue reading »

What Is Amphetamine?

Jessica Clifton

7th May 2020

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What is amphetamine? Well, amphetamines are a class of drugs that stimulate the central nervous system. They are also known as psycho-stimulants, and are sometimes used as a treatment for those who have the following disorders: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Narcolepsy Parkinson’s disease Obesity Although amphetamine has medical uses, it is also… Continue reading »

What Are Pesticides?

Jessica Clifton

22nd April 2020

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Even as human society progresses, people’s basic needs still include food, warmth, and health. In many countries, however, there are still factors which hinder us from attaining these crucial goals. How do pesticides come into this? And what are pesticides? Loss of agricultural yield due to natural calamities or disease has always been… Continue reading »

The Science Behind Vitamin D Supplements

Jessica Clifton

8th April 2020

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Vitamin D is important in the process of calcium absorption by the bones. It also has an important role in immunity and neurological functions. A deficiency in vitamin D can cause loss of bone density, which eventually can lead to osteoporosis. Severe vitamin D deficiency also causes osteomalacia or softening of the bones,… Continue reading »

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