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Analytical Chemistry Treadwell Hall Vol 2 edited

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Analytical Chemistry Treadwell Hall Vol 1 edited

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Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry by Bryan Earl and Doug Wilford

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introduction to polymer matrix composites - mustafa akay

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Break out the champagne; the 7th row of the periodic table has been completed with the addition of four new elements. While their existence had been predicted before, they have only now been officially discovered – meaning they can be formally named on the table.

At the moment, the four elements – which occupy the 113th, 115th, 117th and 118th positions – have the monikers Uut, Uup, Uus, and Uuo respectively. That will change now, though, thanks to scientists from Russia, the U.S., and Japan. The number denotes the atomic number, the total number of protons in one atom of the element.

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Smartphone, cordless screwdriver, laptops and defibrillators: Everyone knows the lithium-ion battery - or the Li-Ion Battery - for energy storage in a variety of modern appliances. A great future for the battery is predicted in the modern electric car. But how does this battery work? The animation shows how the components of the battery work together to release energy and to recharge the battery again. The goal: BASF wants to make the electric car of tomorrow reliable and suitable for everyday use with lithium-ion batteries. BASF helps to increase the mobility of the electric car by making the lithium-ion battery even more powerful.

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Advanced Maths for Chemists J-E-Parker

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 chemistry experiment for liquid nitrogen in swimming pool

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States of Matter

27 August 2013
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States of matter: solid, liquid, and gas.

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hydrogen rocket

27 August 2013
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Electrolysis is an important process in industry and chemistry. It is used to separate the chemical components of a substance. Aluminium, for example, is obtained by electrolysing its molten ore.

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