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Published in : 2014-07-04 | by Wayne Breslyn
While simple, this science fair project focuses on an important current topic, sea level rise. One of the major factors contributing to sea level rise is the thermal ...
Published in : 2016-02-28 | by Wayne Breslyn
An explanation of the can crush experiment. The role of atmospheric pressure as well as the liquid to gas phase change of water are explored. The can crush ...
Published in : 2015-11-24 | by Wayne Breslyn
Balancing Chemical Equations in Five Easy Steps --- Balancing chemical equations is a core skill in chemistry. In this video you'll learn the basics for balancing ...
Published in : 2014-06-26 | by Wayne Breslyn
Many substances expand when heated (e.g air or metal). Water also expands when heated (note that the thermal expansion of water only begins above four ...
Published in : 2017-11-26 | by Wayne Breslyn
The Octet Rule is a general rule that is used to describe chemical bonding and draw Lewis Structures. The rule states that Main Group elements form bonds in a ...
Published in : 2014-10-14 | by Wayne Breslyn
Iodine provides an excellent example of sublimation. When iodine sublimes it forms a visible purple gas. When the gas cools it returns directly to the solid phase, ...
Published in : 2013-10-24 | by Wayne Breslyn
A description with examples on how to tell the difference between molecules and compounds. A few things to remember: All compounds are also classified as ...
Published in : 2014-09-28 | by Wayne Breslyn
A description and practice of finding metals, nonmetals, and metalloids on the Periodic Table. In general metals are found on the left-hand side of the periodic ...