Deadly gas is common AP chem analog

Deadly gas is common AP chem analog

Ammonia, NH3, is a pretty ubiquitous chemical substance when it comes to AP Chemistry. Not so much much in terms of actually encountering it in the lab, but rather as a molecule that can be used to illustrate a ton of useful concepts that are required knowledge at...
Methyl mercaptan stinks! Literally.

Methyl mercaptan stinks! Literally.

You’ve no doubt heard the warnings about the deadly chemical compound that is threatening the whole of mankind, dihydrogen monoxide. Schoolchildren of all ages have been urged to fight against this chemical menace and its ubiquitous presence in our lives! All...

Chemistry Venn’s

Today is the 180th birthday of John Venn, the Englishman who invented the Venn diagram. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates this fact. This led me to this¬†little piece in The Guardian – a nice read! So, OK, all well and good, but what does that have to do...