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Preparation for TLC! 😎🤓
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Preparation for TLC! 😎🤓 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Follow us: @ClintChesnut_chemistry for more pic credit @chemistrylover_vie
Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa  z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻
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Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻 Follow us: @Enjoy_life_chemistry for more pictures credit @chemistryismylife
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Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar .

When the two ingredients mix together the balloon  soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2.
What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment:

1)Balloon
2)Sugar
3) soda or Coca Cola
4)funnel

And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker
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Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar . When the two ingredients mix together the balloon soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2. What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment: 1)Balloon 2)Sugar 3) soda or Coca Cola 4)funnel And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @RoyHidalgo_love_chemistry for more pictures credit @chemistry.experiments
Fractions after a beautiful green column 💚

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Fractions after a beautiful green column 💚 Follow us: @chemistry.pic_everyday for more pic credit @germanscienceguy
Ya’ll wanted this sound at some point, admit it. They say necessity is the mother of invention so I finally had an opportunity to figure it out. Thanks again to the folks at @weareuvi for creating such resourceful sound libraries like Vintage Vault 2. (And yes, the loop was created with their Beatbox anthology Linn Drum sounds) #musicianatwork #labtime #softwaresynths #fm #oblegacy #uviworkstation #prince
Ya’ll wanted this sound at some point, admit it. They say necessity is the mother of invention so I finally had an opportunity to figure it out. Thanks again to the folks at @weareuvi for creating such resourceful sound libraries like Vintage Vault 2. (And yes, the loop was created with their Beatbox anthology Linn Drum sounds) #musicianatwork  #labtime  #softwaresynths  #fm  #oblegacy  #uviworkstation  #prince 
What a fun time at @luccatheyellowlab ‘s birthday pawty❣️🎉 can’t wait to do it again!🤪 Thanks @gingerandkahlua for the pawesome pics🌈 .
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What a fun time at @luccatheyellowlab ‘s birthday pawty❣️🎉 can’t wait to do it again!🤪 Thanks @gingerandkahlua for the pawesome pics🌈 . . . #labsofinstagram  #labradorretriever  #dogsofinstagram  #yorkiesofinstagram  #yorkie  #lolathelabrador  #tutitheyorkie  #dogs  #labradoroftheday  #yorkieoftheday  #retrieverofinstagram  #labsofDR  #yorkiesofDr  #petoftheweek  #petoftheday  #labradorworld  #yorkieworld  #yorkietime  #labtime  #labradortime  #funtime  #love  #birthday  #party  #friends 
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It's Soxhlet extraction time ⏱ During the extraction of piperine from black pepper🔥🖤⚗
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It's Soxhlet extraction time ⏱ During the extraction of piperine from black pepper🔥🖤⚗ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Follow us: @DanielWilliams_Chemist for more pic credit @chemistrylover_vie
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Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar .

When the two ingredients mix together the balloon  soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2.
What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment:

1)Balloon
2)Sugar
3) soda or Coca Cola
4)funnel

And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker
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Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar . When the two ingredients mix together the balloon soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2. What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment: 1)Balloon 2)Sugar 3) soda or Coca Cola 4)funnel And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @Chemistry_lover.life for more pic credit @chemistry.experiments
Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa  z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻
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Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻 Follow us: @chemistry_welove for more pic credit @chemistryismylife
Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar .

When the two ingredients mix together the balloon  soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2.
What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment:

1)Balloon
2)Sugar
3) soda or Coca Cola
4)funnel

And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker
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credit @chemistry.experiments
Selfi inflating balloon using soda or coca cola and sugar . When the two ingredients mix together the balloon soda experiment gets it's lift! That lift is the gas produced from the two ingredients is carbon dioxide or CO2. What you’ll need for the self-inflating balloon experiment: 1)Balloon 2)Sugar 3) soda or Coca Cola 4)funnel And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @ClintChesnut_chemistry for more pic credit @chemistry.experiments
Preparandoci all' EBS ITALY PRESELECTION.
I NEED TO HYPE!!!
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#me #home #krump #lab #workhard #hype #resistence #blackandwhite #beardpower #instavideo #labtime
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Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin.
Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene.
The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics.

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Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin. Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene. The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics. Follow us: @Chemistry_lover.life for more pic credit @chemistryintheuniverse
Fire-Breathing: How to Breathe Fire Safely(using Cornstarch )  precautions: ☡☡☡
Do this project outdoors, not because of the risk of a fire but because you're going to make a big mess with the fuel, which is cornstarch.
Firebreathing involves breathing a fine mist of fuel over an open flame to form a fireball. It's playing with fire in a big way, so there are obvious risks involved. It's adult-supervision-only time. Never attempt fire-breathing with a flammable fuel because this carries a risk of the fire traveling back to you and setting you on fire.Additionally, most flammable fuels are toxic. Here's how to breathe fire with a nontoxic, nonflammable fuel.

1)Large container of cornstarch
2)Large spoon
3)Large glass of water
4)Large flame  to Breathe Fire
Fill your mouth with a big scoop of cornstarch. Do not breathe in any of the cornstarch. The biggest risk from this project is inhaling cornstarch, which could damage your lungs (like any fine powder). Laughing is your biggest threat here. The cornstarch doesn't have a bad taste, but the texture is very unpleasant.Blow the cornstarch out over a large flame. There is a trick to this: Try to whistle out the cornstarch. It's easy to blow out a candle or lighter, plus it puts your hand in harm's way. Use a big burning piece of cardboard. You could blow the starch over a campfire, but be careful not to blow it toward anyone or anything that might catch fire.Repeat as desired and then swish the water around in your mouth. Spit it out and repeat to clean your mouth. The big advantage of using cornstarch over flour (which would also work) is that the cornstarch rinses out pretty easily.  It Works
A mass of cornstarch will not easily burn(try it), but when you disperse the starch into a fine powder you can ignite it as a fuel.Starch, like sugar or flour, is a carbohydrate and can be burned. In fact, the dust burns instantly. If you've heard of a grain elevator explosion, this is the most common cause.
https://www.thoughtco.com/
And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker
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Fire-Breathing: How to Breathe Fire Safely(using Cornstarch ) precautions: ☡☡☡ Do this project outdoors, not because of the risk of a fire but because you're going to make a big mess with the fuel, which is cornstarch. Firebreathing involves breathing a fine mist of fuel over an open flame to form a fireball. It's playing with fire in a big way, so there are obvious risks involved. It's adult-supervision-only time. Never attempt fire-breathing with a flammable fuel because this carries a risk of the fire traveling back to you and setting you on fire.Additionally, most flammable fuels are toxic. Here's how to breathe fire with a nontoxic, nonflammable fuel. 1)Large container of cornstarch 2)Large spoon 3)Large glass of water 4)Large flame to Breathe Fire Fill your mouth with a big scoop of cornstarch. Do not breathe in any of the cornstarch. The biggest risk from this project is inhaling cornstarch, which could damage your lungs (like any fine powder). Laughing is your biggest threat here. The cornstarch doesn't have a bad taste, but the texture is very unpleasant.Blow the cornstarch out over a large flame. There is a trick to this: Try to whistle out the cornstarch. It's easy to blow out a candle or lighter, plus it puts your hand in harm's way. Use a big burning piece of cardboard. You could blow the starch over a campfire, but be careful not to blow it toward anyone or anything that might catch fire.Repeat as desired and then swish the water around in your mouth. Spit it out and repeat to clean your mouth. The big advantage of using cornstarch over flour (which would also work) is that the cornstarch rinses out pretty easily. It Works A mass of cornstarch will not easily burn(try it), but when you disperse the starch into a fine powder you can ignite it as a fuel.Starch, like sugar or flour, is a carbohydrate and can be burned. In fact, the dust burns instantly. If you've heard of a grain elevator explosion, this is the most common cause. https://www.thoughtco.com/ And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @DanielWilliams_Chemist for more pictures credit @chemistry.experiments
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Electron flow in Zinc copper galvanic cel

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Podświetlany, chemiczny zegar - w końcu u mnie zawitał 🤣🙌 Mam nadzieję, że będzie odliczał tylko produktywne chwile dla moich uczniów 😅 ❤️📖
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Podświetlany, chemiczny zegar - w końcu u mnie zawitał 🤣🙌 Mam nadzieję, że będzie odliczał tylko produktywne chwile dla moich uczniów 😅 ❤️📖 Follow us: @Enjoy_life_chemistry for more pic credit @chemistryismylife
Enjoying my gift from @luccatheyellowlab ‘s birthday pawty🤪❣️🐾 and of course still wearing the cute bandana they gave me with my name😋🌈 .
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Enjoying my gift from @luccatheyellowlab ‘s birthday pawty🤪❣️🐾 and of course still wearing the cute bandana they gave me with my name😋🌈 . . . #labsofinstagram  #labradorretriever  #dogsofinstagram  #yorkiesofinstagram  #yorkie  #lolathelabrador  #tutitheyorkie  #dogs  #labradoroftheday  #yorkieoftheday  #retrieverofinstagram  #labsofDR  #yorkiesofDr  #petoftheweek  #petoftheday  #labradorworld  #yorkieworld  #yorkietime  #labtime  #labradortime  #funtime  #love  #ball  #ballislife  #birthday  #birthdaycake  #birthdayparty  #cool  #saturday 
Do you want such chocolate😉🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫 Follow us:  @chemistry_mylife_lover for more pic
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Do you want such chocolate😉🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫 Follow us: @chemistry_mylife_lover for more pic credit @chemistry.shz
Fire-Breathing: How to Breathe Fire Safely(using Cornstarch )  precautions: ☡☡☡
Do this project outdoors, not because of the risk of a fire but because you're going to make a big mess with the fuel, which is cornstarch.
Firebreathing involves breathing a fine mist of fuel over an open flame to form a fireball. It's playing with fire in a big way, so there are obvious risks involved. It's adult-supervision-only time. Never attempt fire-breathing with a flammable fuel because this carries a risk of the fire traveling back to you and setting you on fire.Additionally, most flammable fuels are toxic. Here's how to breathe fire with a nontoxic, nonflammable fuel.

1)Large container of cornstarch
2)Large spoon
3)Large glass of water
4)Large flame  to Breathe Fire
Fill your mouth with a big scoop of cornstarch. Do not breathe in any of the cornstarch. The biggest risk from this project is inhaling cornstarch, which could damage your lungs (like any fine powder). Laughing is your biggest threat here. The cornstarch doesn't have a bad taste, but the texture is very unpleasant.Blow the cornstarch out over a large flame. There is a trick to this: Try to whistle out the cornstarch. It's easy to blow out a candle or lighter, plus it puts your hand in harm's way. Use a big burning piece of cardboard. You could blow the starch over a campfire, but be careful not to blow it toward anyone or anything that might catch fire.Repeat as desired and then swish the water around in your mouth. Spit it out and repeat to clean your mouth. The big advantage of using cornstarch over flour (which would also work) is that the cornstarch rinses out pretty easily.  It Works
A mass of cornstarch will not easily burn(try it), but when you disperse the starch into a fine powder you can ignite it as a fuel.Starch, like sugar or flour, is a carbohydrate and can be burned. In fact, the dust burns instantly. If you've heard of a grain elevator explosion, this is the most common cause.
https://www.thoughtco.com/
And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker
Follow us:  @Ilovescience_chemistry for more  pictures
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Fire-Breathing: How to Breathe Fire Safely(using Cornstarch ) precautions: ☡☡☡ Do this project outdoors, not because of the risk of a fire but because you're going to make a big mess with the fuel, which is cornstarch. Firebreathing involves breathing a fine mist of fuel over an open flame to form a fireball. It's playing with fire in a big way, so there are obvious risks involved. It's adult-supervision-only time. Never attempt fire-breathing with a flammable fuel because this carries a risk of the fire traveling back to you and setting you on fire.Additionally, most flammable fuels are toxic. Here's how to breathe fire with a nontoxic, nonflammable fuel. 1)Large container of cornstarch 2)Large spoon 3)Large glass of water 4)Large flame to Breathe Fire Fill your mouth with a big scoop of cornstarch. Do not breathe in any of the cornstarch. The biggest risk from this project is inhaling cornstarch, which could damage your lungs (like any fine powder). Laughing is your biggest threat here. The cornstarch doesn't have a bad taste, but the texture is very unpleasant.Blow the cornstarch out over a large flame. There is a trick to this: Try to whistle out the cornstarch. It's easy to blow out a candle or lighter, plus it puts your hand in harm's way. Use a big burning piece of cardboard. You could blow the starch over a campfire, but be careful not to blow it toward anyone or anything that might catch fire.Repeat as desired and then swish the water around in your mouth. Spit it out and repeat to clean your mouth. The big advantage of using cornstarch over flour (which would also work) is that the cornstarch rinses out pretty easily. It Works A mass of cornstarch will not easily burn(try it), but when you disperse the starch into a fine powder you can ignite it as a fuel.Starch, like sugar or flour, is a carbohydrate and can be burned. In fact, the dust burns instantly. If you've heard of a grain elevator explosion, this is the most common cause. https://www.thoughtco.com/ And http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @Ilovescience_chemistry for more pictures credit @chemistry.experiments
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The concentration is high with this one
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Electron flow in Zinc copper galvanic cel

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Podświetlany, chemiczny zegar - w końcu u mnie zawitał 🤣🙌 Mam nadzieję, że będzie odliczał tylko produktywne chwile dla moich uczniów 😅 ❤️📖
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Podświetlany, chemiczny zegar - w końcu u mnie zawitał 🤣🙌 Mam nadzieję, że będzie odliczał tylko produktywne chwile dla moich uczniów 😅 ❤️📖 Follow us: @chemistry_mylife_lover for more pictures credit @chemistryismylife
Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa  z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻
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Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻 Follow us: @Ilovescience_chemistry for more pictures credit @chemistryismylife
Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin.
Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene.
The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics.

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Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin. Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene. The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics. Follow us: @chemistry.pic_everyday for more pic credit @chemistryintheuniverse
It's Soxhlet extraction time ⏱ During the extraction of piperine from black pepper🔥🖤⚗
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Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin.
Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene.
The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics.

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Turpentines are semifluid substances consisting of resins dissolved in a volatile oil extracted from pine trees; this mixture is separable by various distillation techniques into a volatile portion called oil (or spirit) of turpentine and a nonvolatile portion called rosin. Oil of turpentine is a colourless, oily, odorous, flammable, water-immiscible liquid with a hot, disagreeable taste. It is a good solvent for sulphur, phosphorus, resins, waxes, oils, and natural rubber. It hardens upon exposure to air. Chemically, oil of turpentine is a mixture of cyclic monoterpene hydrocarbons, the predominant constituent being pinene. The largest use of turpentine oil is now in the chemical industry, as a raw material in the synthesis of resins, insecticides, oil additives, and synthetic pine oil and camphor. Turpentine oil is also used as a rubber solvent in the manufacture of plastics. Follow us: @douglasgiraldo_chemistry for more pic credit @chemistryintheuniverse
Get it right 🤷🏻‍♂️
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I know it’s in there somewhere🎾😂🐾💕
#friyay#justkeepdigging
Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa  z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻
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Teczka z moimi zadaniami autorskimi coraz grubsza❤️ - jeszcze troszkę i koniec! 👍🏼🤓😱 💫 „ Rób to, co kochasz a znajdziesz w sobie siłę” 💫 | PS kawa z 🐸 jakby co 😅 PS 2 Przypominam! TYLKO do jutra możecie zakupić moje notatki z organicznej - info 📥 Aaaa i dziękuję wszystkim za komentarze pod poprzednim zdjęciem - co człowiek to opinia, jedno jest pewne - edukacja w Polsce idealna nie jest, może kiedyś się to zmieni 🤷🏻‍♀️ Miłego weekendu 👩🏻‍🔬❤️ 🐻 Follow us: @clintchesnut_chemistry for more pic credit @chemistryismylife
Styrofoam Experiment

If you have ever wanted to make something vanish as if by magic, all you need is acetone and Styrofoam. While Styrofoam does not decompose quickly or easily, acetone makes it seem to disappear in seconds. This is because acetone is a solvent that breaks down Styrofoam.

An experiment with acetone, Styrofoam and a glass bowl or measuring cup shows how much air is in Styrofoam and has pretty magical results. Basically, it looks like a huge amount of material is dissolving in a small amount of liquid.

Properties of Styrofoam

Styrofoam is actually a trade name, used generically to describe polystyrene foam, a polymer made of a long chain of molecules. It is injected with gases during the manufacturing process and becomes extremely lightweight, with about 95 percent air. Styrofoam often makes up drink holders and insulating materials, as it is a poor conductor of heat.

Properties of Acetone

Acetone is an organic compound with the formula (CH3)2CO. A colorless, flammable solvent, it mixes easily with water and evaporates quickly in air. It is popular in plastics manufacturing, industrial cleaning products and some household liquids, such as nail polish remover.

Styrofoam Acetone Experiment

To carry out an experiment with Styrofoam and acetone, all you need is a large bowl or measuring glass. Pour the acetone into the container, then slowly add pieces of Styrofoam. You can use a large piece of Styrofoam, Styrofoam beads or even a Styrofoam cup. Another way of doing this is to pour acetone directly onto a piece of Styrofoam.

The Styrofoam does not completely disappear, even though it looks like it has. Rather, the polystyrene molecules are actually present in the acetone solution. The reaction between Styrofoam and acetone shows how soluble this plastic is in an organic solvent and how much air is in Styrofoam. If you do not have acetone, you can use gasoline or just about any other organic solvent to easily dissolve Styrofoam.  Source :https://sciencing.com/
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Styrofoam Experiment If you have ever wanted to make something vanish as if by magic, all you need is acetone and Styrofoam. While Styrofoam does not decompose quickly or easily, acetone makes it seem to disappear in seconds. This is because acetone is a solvent that breaks down Styrofoam. An experiment with acetone, Styrofoam and a glass bowl or measuring cup shows how much air is in Styrofoam and has pretty magical results. Basically, it looks like a huge amount of material is dissolving in a small amount of liquid. Properties of Styrofoam Styrofoam is actually a trade name, used generically to describe polystyrene foam, a polymer made of a long chain of molecules. It is injected with gases during the manufacturing process and becomes extremely lightweight, with about 95 percent air. Styrofoam often makes up drink holders and insulating materials, as it is a poor conductor of heat. Properties of Acetone Acetone is an organic compound with the formula (CH3)2CO. A colorless, flammable solvent, it mixes easily with water and evaporates quickly in air. It is popular in plastics manufacturing, industrial cleaning products and some household liquids, such as nail polish remover. Styrofoam Acetone Experiment To carry out an experiment with Styrofoam and acetone, all you need is a large bowl or measuring glass. Pour the acetone into the container, then slowly add pieces of Styrofoam. You can use a large piece of Styrofoam, Styrofoam beads or even a Styrofoam cup. Another way of doing this is to pour acetone directly onto a piece of Styrofoam. The Styrofoam does not completely disappear, even though it looks like it has. Rather, the polystyrene molecules are actually present in the acetone solution. The reaction between Styrofoam and acetone shows how soluble this plastic is in an organic solvent and how much air is in Styrofoam. If you do not have acetone, you can use gasoline or just about any other organic solvent to easily dissolve Styrofoam. Source :https://sciencing.com/ and http://www.youtube.com/c/MisterHacker Follow us: @royhidalgo_love_chemistry for more pictures credit @chemistry.experiments
Just stopped stirring my reaction 🙈😉
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Fractions after a beautiful green column 💚

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The concentration is high with this one
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Electrochemical cells are conveniently divided into galvanic cells, which produce electrical energy from spontaneous redox reactions, and electrolytic cells, which use electrical energy from an external source to cause a non-spontaneous chemical reaction.
Galvanic and electrolytic cells involve oxidation at the anode and reduction at the cathode, with electrons being transferred from one electrode to the other through an external circuit.
Electrolytic cells are used in the production of active metals.
In electrolytic cells an external source of energy is used to bring about a non-spontaneous redox reaction.

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Electrochemical cells are conveniently divided into galvanic cells, which produce electrical energy from spontaneous redox reactions, and electrolytic cells, which use electrical energy from an external source to cause a non-spontaneous chemical reaction. Galvanic and electrolytic cells involve oxidation at the anode and reduction at the cathode, with electrons being transferred from one electrode to the other through an external circuit. Electrolytic cells are used in the production of active metals. In electrolytic cells an external source of energy is used to bring about a non-spontaneous redox reaction. Follow us: @chemistry_lover.life for more pic credit @chemistryintheuniverse
Bonding😍

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It's Soxhlet extraction time ⏱ During the extraction of piperine from black pepper🔥🖤⚗
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Happy Fluorescent Friday
Happy Fluorescent Friday
These Alum crystals are so clear it was difficult to get a good picture. You can see the striated marks on the bottom side reflecting off the ceiling facet in the first crystal.
These Alum crystals are so clear it was difficult to get a good picture. You can see the striated marks on the bottom side reflecting off the ceiling facet in the first crystal.
Lab grown MnSO4 crystals  The weather was a little more stable this week.
Lab grown MnSO4 crystals The weather was a little more stable this week.
Incisione su lastra di rame. 🖋⚜️
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💊 Príprava IPLP liekov v laboratóriu 💊

#lekaren #lekarenstvo #vahy #mast #krem #roztok #suspenzia #pasta #studenti #farmacia #pharmacy #mgr #pharmdr #labtime #time #laborant #slovensko #zinok #synderman #work #hospital
Yellow to black on the second development of reversal film. I Finally found some time to get into the lab😎
Yellow to black on the second development of reversal film. I Finally found some time to get into the lab😎
Lab time.... Berries w/ Almonds & a Sesame Date Shake 
Keep It Sweet & Simple = KISS💋💋💋💋 Snacks should be included in your meal planning and be well balanced (Carb, protein, fat). Snacks are intended to be smaller meals that fuel you in between your larger meals to regulate your hormones (e.g. insulin) and blood sugars. Why is this important? Simple response to keep your metabolism active. #labtime #relationshipwithfood #snacksarelife #berries #howimlivin #eatresponsibly #sweetpussy #BerryWellLiving #LiveSimpleLiveWell
Lab time.... Berries w/ Almonds & a Sesame Date Shake Keep It Sweet & Simple = KISS💋💋💋💋 Snacks should be included in your meal planning and be well balanced (Carb, protein, fat). Snacks are intended to be smaller meals that fuel you in between your larger meals to regulate your hormones (e.g. insulin) and blood sugars. Why is this important? Simple response to keep your metabolism active. #labtime  #relationshipwithfood  #snacksarelife  #berries  #howimlivin  #eatresponsibly  #sweetpussy  #BerryWellLiving  #LiveSimpleLiveWell