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Articles about atom

Technology
by dwlsn233
5 years ago
Atomic Space is Enormous...So Shouldn't I Be Invisible?

The vast atomic space between sub-atomic particles such as protons, neutrons and electrons, leaves one to logically conclude that all matter should be permeable and/or invisible rather than solid. Fortunately, science has found a logical answer to this question, enabling us to make sense out of the physical universe as we know it.

Technology
by 2labz
6 years ago
The Science of Carbon-14 Dating

Carbon-14 dating is an important tool for scientists in many fields. Although calculating an age this way seems complex, the science and mathematics involved are fairly simple.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
3 years ago
Movie Review: Real Steel

A down and out former boxer is saddled with a son he has no interest in, until their robot boxer starts winning fights.

Technology
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Chemistry

All matter is made of atoms. Atoms are made of a heavy nucleus of protons and neutrons, surrounded by electrons whizzing around it.

The chemical properties of any material depend on its electrons.

Technology
by Scott Jordan
6 years ago
Contributions To The Atom: Niels Bohr

Of the many people who assisted in the creation and discovery of the modern atom perhaps most tantamount among these is Niels Bohr a Danish scientist who revolutionized the way we look at the smallest particles that make up our world.

Technology
by freelancer
7 years ago
What is Graphene

Article exploring the properties of graphene, the miracle material of the twenty first century.

Technology
by PortiaS
8 years ago
What is a buckyball?

Buckyball is the colloquial term given to a molecule composed of sixty atoms of carbon that adopt a soccer-ball shape. Its full name is buckminsterfullerene and its chemical symbol is C60. Its IUPAC name is (C60-Ih)[​5,6]fulle​rene. The buckyball was discovered in 1985 and won the Nobel Prize inchemistry...

Technology
by Ryan
10 years ago
Interesting Facts About Helium (He)

When most people think about Helium, they think about birthday balloons and funny sounding chipmunk voices. Sure, these might be the most popular uses but Helium also has many other interesting facts.

Here are 12 facts you may or may not have known about Helium:

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Technology
by Dude88
7 years ago
An In Depth Look At Carbohydrates

You may have been aware of the term “Carbohydrates” and you know that they are abundant in different food sources. Aside from that, you should be able to understand that there are actually a lot of benefits of having enough carbohydrates in your body. These components play a significant...

Technology
by nextyear
6 years ago
Best Cheap Netbooks Under $200 Dollars - Top Rated Laptop Brands

Some of the best cheap netbooks under $200 can be found online. These netbooks for sale are some of the top rated laptop brands in the computer technology merchandise market. High quality brand new netbooks are usually sold at high prices. However, there's no need to fret because online sites like eBay and Amazon sell these best netbook brands for cheap. These sites sell refurbished and used laptops as well as brand new ones.

Technology
by 2labz
5 years ago
Determining Absolute Age of Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary rocks rarely carry a driver's license or passport, but enterprising geologists have nonetheless figured out a way to determine their ages.

Health
by ebifav
6 years ago
Water: Why It Is Important To Living Things

This article is about the compound water. It talks about what is is and why it important to us.

Technology
by goatfury
4 years ago
Three Women in Science You Should Learn More About

Science has been a historically male-dominated field, but without the contributions of these three women, we wouldn't have today's knowledge of radioactivity, or have computers that work as well as they do (if at all), or understand the way the universe as a whole works. Discover the main contributions of each of these women in science here.

Lifestyle
by Ulalume
8 years ago
The Aristotelian Soul, Atomism, Quantum Immortality, and God (Part 1)

Aristotle states in “On the Soul”, that “…matter is potentiality, while form is actuality...” (165). As is self-evident, the material world is constantly evolving. In contrast, forms are the ultimate essences that dress the material world in supposed certainty. Though there would appear to always be some degree of...

Technology
by saruman
7 years ago
Hunting For The God Particle

Sometime, in the course of next few weeks an elite group of scientists and engineers are going to assemble in a control room at the Large Hadron Collider, world’s largest particle accelerator. They will feed a series of directives into their computers that will split trillions of protons into two beams coruscating in opposite directions inside an oval tunnel, buried deep beneath the earth. 

Travel & Places
by MonicaYoknis
3 years ago
10 Amazing Facts About Rocks and Minerals

Rocks can be found everywhere, in gardens, parking lots, fields, or anywhere else we don't want plants, pavement, or bare dirt. They are so common, in fact, that most of us don't even notice them in our day-to-day lives. It's easy to ignore rocks until one gets in the way, or falls on your car. The thing is, though, that rocks are actually pretty important. Never minding that we wouldn't have a planet to stand on without rocks, the modern world we live in would be impossible without rocks. You see, rocks are made up of minerals, and minerals are essential for the technology that we use every day. Not only that, but rocks are really interesting. So set aside all the boring stuff you learned in junior high school, here are 10 amazing rock and mineral facts your teacher left out.

Technology
by M-Holmes
3 years ago
Why the Sky and Ocean is Blue when Universe is Dark?

Learn scientific explanation to why the ocean and skies are blue and why the Universe is black regardless of the presence of many stars.

Technology
by Travis_Aitch
8 years ago
Best Netbook Under 300 Dollars

The selection of netbooks under $300 available is actually not too bad, albeit not as good as if you were to shop for a price range of $400 to $500, but still much better than less than $200 or less than $100. Ultra-portable laptops are starting to get...

Technology
by AJReviews
8 years ago
Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg, Controversy in Science

Niels Bohr (1885 -1962) When I first began researching Niels Bohr, I thought him to be another brilliant physicist, reading about his discoveries, his Nobel Prize, his escape from Denmark during Hitlers takeover. These things were important, but I began to see some of the unbearable burdens...

Entertainment
by George Ryan
4 years ago
5 Things You Didn't Know About Manchester

Cotton may have made Manchester, but the city is far from fluffy and soft on the inside.

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