Hold your nose as we dig deep into Oxygen's family background.
Carbon Monoxide is a toxic gas fume that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. If undetected, it can make people and pets very sick and even cause death. By following some easy prevention and detection tips, you can keep your loved ones safe and healthy
A number of drugs are tested by the FDA each year and their side effects are discovered as not actually detrimental, but beneficial to us. The same can be said of other items sold in the marketplace like toothpaste. There are an enormous amount of side effects or other ways to use toothpaste which are beneficial to us.
Luminescence occurs when a substance emits light for any reason other than those related to a rise in temperature. For example, if wood is set on fire, it emits light, but this is caused by the process of combustion rather than being caused by luminescence.
Chlorine gas is an extremely toxic substance that was first weaponized in the first World War, and it's still in use today. However, a slip up cleaning your tub can lead you to creating your own chemical weapon in your home; which you should be prepared to avoid at all costs.
Iron is the most common element on the planet Earth and humans have been manipulating it for various uses for almost 5,000 years. Iron in its most base form is softer than aluminum, but when it is smelted with carbon, it becomes a super strong element that is the foundation of modern society.
Chromium (Cr), the 24th element on the periodic table, is a hard, shiny, grey metal. It is also highly resistant to corrosion, making it useful in many applications. Several countries produce chromite ore, although South Africa is the most prolific producer