Well, I’m going to be making a liquid brine soap in my crock pot a little later tonight so I I figured out how to calculate out a brine solution that I can use to make life a little bit easier. Here I have 300 grams of natural sea salt that i got from theRead More How to make a 30% sea salt solution (brine) for Liquid Soap Making
In this example problem, we calculate the molar solubility of a hydroxide salt in water, so we take into account the common ion effect. The problem reads, “Calculate the molar solubility of aluminum hydroxide in pure water. The solubility product constant of aluminum hydroxide is 3.0 times ten to the -34.” We’ll start by creatingRead More CHEM 201: Calculating molar solubility of a hydroxide salt in water – common ion effect 3
Wazzup👅🤘. I’m hanging out in Corpus Christi, Texas with my two brothers. I’m Mark, and I’m Scott! Beyond yonder is the Gulf of Mexico right off this side here. Today we’re going to try an experiment, and see if we can turn ocean water into chlorine gas let’s jump right in. So, we just wentRead More Turning Ocean Water into Chlorine Bleach | How To Make Bleach, Hydrogen Gas, or Smurf Juice
**Disclaimer Beep** Welcome everyone. Do you have ever taste the ocean water. Is it like normal water? The water of ocean tastes salty. Do you know why? Today I am gonna show you Why is the ocean water salty? Before starting make be sure to subscribe and turn on the bell icon to receive notificationRead More Why Is The Ocean Water Salty? Saiful Chemistry
Everyone’s all about eating healthy these days. What has more nutrients? Is this kale free range? Is butter a carb? Today we’re going to help you out and let you know how to get the most nutrients from your veggies. Vegetables are awesome for you because they’re chock full of essential vitamins that we need,Read More How Does Cooking Affect Nutrients in Veggies?
SCENES LIKE THIS ARE A DAILY REALITY FOR THE CREW OF SEEKER ON THEIR PACIFIC TREK. SOME ESTIMATES HOLD THAT BY 2050, THERE COULD BE AS MUCH PLASTIC AS THERE ARE FISH IN THE OCEAN. BUT WHAT IS ALL THIS JUNK, EXACTLY? WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? AND IS IT REALLY CONCENTRATED IN A GIANTRead More The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim
So it’s summer and of course you’re heading out to the beach. You’re splashing around in the waves from the ocean when you realize… you may have drank far too much water. The boardwalk is so far away and your feet will get all sandy so why not just go in the ocean, right? DoesRead More Is it OK to Pee in the Ocean?
Hello everyone, today we’ll be growing beautiful single crystals. Crystals can be grown from almost any salt, however, for a better result I suggest using the copper sulfate one. Of course, you may also use an ordinary table salt for growing the crystals. The very first thing you should do before you’ll start growing aRead More How to grow beautiful crystals of salt – do your chemical experiment!
Last week, I told you about equilibrium, which is proof, if you ever needed proof, that the universe is trying to mess with us, because even though we think and talk about chemical reactions as being a straightforward process, often times they’re also going backwards. At the same time, the reactants are combining to formRead More Equilibrium Equations: Crash Course Chemistry #29
This may come as a bit of a shock to you, but I’m not super into personal grooming. Like I understand soap and shampoo. But there’s all this other stuff now, and I keep seeing references to pH balance everywhere. pH balanced soaps, and shampoos, and deodorant, and makeup abound in supermarkets and drugstores. AndRead More pH and pOH: Crash Course Chemistry #30