Entropy can be defined more than one way, but in simple terms it can be defined as a the move from order to disorder (the move from potential to equilibrium).
Chemistry is the science of substances, specifically the combination of elements to make other elements. Mass-energy is never created or destroyed, and everything can be explained in terms of physics, no one knows this better than a chemist. In the days before modern science, chemistry was called alchemy and it was the study of the classical elements earth, wind, water, and fire. Today we know the four forces are electromagnetic, gravitational, strong, force, and weak force. We understand these forces create the atoms, that create the elements, that create the molecules, that create the world around us. With great power comes great responsibility.
Botulinum Toxin (AKA “Botox”) is the most lethal natural toxin known to human kind, that fact helps explain its paralytic effect.
The classical states of matter observable in every day life are solid, liquid, gas, and plasma, but there are many other known states of matter.
We explain how to lose body fat from a scientific standpoint, and offer simple science-based advice on dieting, weight loss, and exercise.
A fluid is any substance that flows, including liquids, gasses, plasmas, and to some extent, even plastic solids like Silly Putty.
On a fundamental level, chemistry can be explained by physics. The atoms that make up the periodic table elements are themselves made of quantum particles.
The Sun’s magnetic field “flips” in cycles, with its field regularly weakening and strengthening, and reversing polarity roughly once every eleven years.
The Bohr model of the atom (1913), the one that looks like a solar system, has been replaced by the more accurate Quantum Model of the atom since 1927.
Glass, in any form, is not a liquid or a supercooled liquid, and it does not “flow” in its solid state. Glass is considered an amorphous solid, or just “glass.”
Fluoride is a name for several fluorine compounds. Fluoride is good for oral hygiene in small doses, but extremely dangerous and toxic in large doses.