Chemistry

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  • Chemistry : Chemistry And The Investigation Of The Properties Of Chemistry

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    Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed. Also the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine and change. Matter is based on the physical and the chemical structure and matter is made up of atoms. There are three states of matter and they are solid, liquid, and gas. The properties of a solid, liquid, and gas all depend on how the particles are packed. There are three states of matter and

  • Chemistry And Food Chemistry

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    understandable to think that chemistry and food are not closely related, but chemical processes and interactions play a major role in almost all the food products we ingest today. All foods have chemicals in it, whether it is natural or not. In cooking, when a food turns from one thing to another (like bread turning into toast, or runny egg yolk turning into solid egg), a chemical change has occurred. This process is irreversible and energy has been used. Food chemistry, like biochemistry, includes

  • Chemistry And Chemical Testing In Chemistry

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    Priya Talwar Chemistry 1411-008, (Group 06 Partners: Esther, Bethany, Sophia) 19 October, 2017 CSI: How to identify an unknown white powder Jiayue Sun Introduction The Identity of a chemical compound is extremely critical to observe. The identity can lead to discovering its properties and can aid in its classification. Thus scientist all around the world put high emphasis on the procedure to identify a compound through the flame test and chemical testing. Flame test works to identify the cation

  • Chemistry And Chemistry : Lab Analysis Of Chemistry

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    Theory: The goal of the lab was to separate a neutral compound and an acid from an unknown mixture. The DCM (Dichloromethane) was added to create the organic layer. Both the neutral compound and acid were insoluble in water so aqueous NaOH was added. The acid would be deprotonated into an ion, which is soluble in water. Using the separatory funnel, the organic layer was separated from the aqueous layer. HCl was added so that the ion would protonate back into the acid and precipitate out of solution

  • Chemistry And Application Of Click Chemistry

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    Click Chemistry and Application Zhuo Wang Abstract: Discuss the history, mechanism and application of “Click chemistry”. Through the introduction of “Click chemistry”, demonstrate the role it plays in chemical biology filed, the typical synthesis way of this concept, and current application in drug synthesis and research. Keywords: Click chemistry, vivo system, Huisgen 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition, CuAAC, Diels-Alder reaction Introduction: The phrase "click chemistry" was invented by K. Barry Sharpless

  • Chemistry : The Five Branches Of Chemistry

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    Chemistry  There are five main braches of chemistry: Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Biochemistry. Organic chemistry and Inorganic chemistry are self-explanatory, as organic chemistry is concerned with the chemistry side of carbon and living things, and inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the interaction between and structure in inorganic compounds. Meanwhile, Analytical chemistry is the branch of chemistry involved

  • Chemistry : The Chemistry Of Cancer

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    Emma Salvo Honors Chemistry October 18, 2017 Rough Draft: The Chemistry of Cancer Introduction According to the National Institutes of Health, in 2016 more than 595,000 people died from cancer, and the US is projected to spend more than $150 billion in the treatment of cancer by 2020 (“Cancer Statistics”). Many of us know a friend or loved one who was killed by a form of cancer, and we may know someone fighting the disease right at this very moment. For this project, I wanted to look at the chemical

  • The Laws Of Chemistry : The Law Of Laws In Chemistry

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    Chemistry is a subject most people find difficult, somethings can be confusing and other just not make sense. To clear up some of these topics, past chemist have come up with laws. Three different laws to be exact, these laws were used and are still used to help people when combining elements. Each law is used for separate purposes composed by separate chemist; the first law is the law of definite proportions, the second is the law of conservation of mass, and finally the third is the law of multiple

  • Chemistry : The Connection Between Art And Chemistry

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    Art has lived with humankind since it first moment it began to explore and alongside art there is Chemistry. Art and Chemistry: two contrasting topics that many may not find connections to. But, in fact, there is a great correlation between the two topics; from the masterpieces in museums to the cosmetics, people use(1). Not, only within cosmetics, but also within the primers/basecoats/activators that are found in the paint or in the solutions for the piece being created(5). Most aspects that involve

  • Chemistry Essay

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    Robert Boyle is considered both the founder of modern chemistry and the greatest English scientist to live during the first thirty years of the existence of the Royal Society. He was not only a chemist and a physicist as we know him to be, but also an avid theologian, a philanthropist, an essayist, and a beginner in medicine. Born in Lismore, Ireland to Richard Boyle, first earl of Cork, and Katherine Fenton, his second wife, Boyle was the youngest son in a family of fourteen. However he

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