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Uses of Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium nitrate is a chemical substance that has many industrial uses, usually more than you think. Its chemical formula is NH4NO3.
Uses Of Ammonia
Ammonia has been used as drinking water purifier, rocket fuel, and industrial food processing additive, and is the number one ingredient in fertilizers.
Photo by parrchristy Being allergic means that you are extremely sensitive to one or more of the ordinary matters. It can be food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and even ordinary house dust…
Uses Of Baking Soda
Many people have baking soda in their pantry to use in homemade baked goods, and perhaps a box in their refrigerators to absorb odors.
Why are we Getting Old?
Photo by psd Did you know that in ancient Rome ordinary man could expect to live a maximum of 23 years? About a hundred years ago the average life of…
Uses Of Arsenic
Arsenic compounds have been known for thousands of years (since at least the days of Ancient Rome and Greece). They were used by poisoners as well as physicians.
Uses Of Carbon
Carbon has been known since ancient times. It is the 6th most abundant element in the universe and is most commonly obtained from coal deposits.
Uses of Basalt
Basalt has a few industrial applications, including thermal insulators and building materials. In this article, we will discuss all the uses of this material.
What Is Asthma?
Photo by NIAID By itself, asthma is not a disease, but a sign of another disease. When someone has asthma, he is breathing hard because there is an obstacle to…
Uses Of Algae
Our planet’s first forms of food and first forms of life for subsequent species now hold the potential to become Earth’s next great source of energy and a vital part of the solutions on dependence on fossil fuels and climate change.
Uses Of Copper
Copper is malleable, tough and highly conductive. It is one of the most important metals in the world. Copper important role in modern technology and is essential to all living things.
Uses Of Mercury
Mercury has been found in 3500 year old Egyptian tombs and was known to the ancient Chinese and Hindus. This element is not often found free in nature and is mostly obtained from the mineral cinnabar.