Core Concepts In this tutorial, you will learn about the properties of the solid, liquid, and gas phases of matter.
Core Concepts In this tutorial, you will learn about 3 colligative properties: vapor pressure lowering, boiling point elevation and freezing
What are the metalloids? Most elements fit relatively neatly into one of two categories: metals and nonmetals. Metalloids, however, can
What are the Noble Gases The noble gases are a group of six unreactive, inert gases on the far right
What is elephant toothpaste? Elephant toothpaste is the foamy substance formed by rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide in the presence
The Element Iron Introduction to Iron The element iron is a ductile, silver-gray metal that is very reactive with the
Electrolytic Cells – Core Concepts In this tutorial, we will learn about a second type of electrochemical cell: electrolytic cells.
Solubility is one of most interesting parts of chemistry. Watching a colorful precipitate form, or redissolve, can be very exciting.
What are the Alkaline Earth Metals The alkaline earth metals are the elements in the second group of the periodic
Core Concepts Gibbs free energy is an important value in thermodynamics that allows you to predict aspects of a chemical
Core Concepts In this tutorial about lattice energy, we will cover its definition, relevant periodic table trends, factors that influence
What are the Transition Metals? When most of us think of “metals”, we are probably thinking of a transition metal.
What are the Halogens The halogens, aka halogen family, are a group of reactive elements in group 17 of the
How is a Chemical Reaction Defined? So what is a chemical reaction? What is a chemical change? A chemical reaction
Core Concepts In this article about chemical equilibrium, we will learn about the equilibrium constant, also often referred to as
Core Concepts In this tutorial, you will learn about recrystallization analysis and the steps required to perform one. Topics Covered
The Element Sodium Introduction to Sodium The element sodium is a soft, flammable, silvery-white metal. Sodium, named after the English
Learn amazing facts about TLC analysis, including its components, steps and applications in the chemistry lab.
Core Concepts In this tutorial, you will learn how to write net ionic equations. In addition, you will learn how
properties, compounds and history of the element cobalt