On with this trend of summer-related posts. If you have been in a dark-coloured car on a hot summer’s day, you may find that you’re roasting inside, whereas you may feel slightly cooler in a light-coloured car. Physics can help explain why.
The periodic table of elements is something that every chemist must be familiar with. However, if you’re unfamiliar with science in general, deciphering the table with all its letters, numbers and symbols may seem like a daunting task. Today, for those of you interested enough to be reading this blog, I will be writing a comprehensive guide on how to read the periodic table. Enjoy.
If you live in the northern hemisphere, summer is approaching. When the sunshine starts to become intense it may be time to take the sunscreen out of the cupboard. Why do you do this though?
Exams loom ominously over us but everything’s okay because we got another award. Somehow.
In April 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick published a report in the scientific journal Nature of their proposed structure of DNA – the famous double helix, earning them the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1962. They also suggested that DNA replicated by semi-conservative replication, but how could this theory be confirmed experimentally?