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 »
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 »
We are delighted to announce that ReAgent is now an EnterprisePlus member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). What Is The Royal Society of Chemistry? The RSC is a not-for-profit organisation with over 50,000 members. Started 175 years ago, the RSC continues to invest in educating young (and not so young!) scientists.… Continue reading »
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