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Galileo and Motion

Before Galileo’s time, Aristotle was the god of gravity. Seriously. Before Galileo came along, the question of how gravity worked was answered with another question: “What would Aristotle say?” Obviously, this method was faulty, since Aristotle was actually wrong about … Continue reading

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Elements and Compounds

Ooh, finally, it’s time to talk about elements and compounds. This is the part where I explain the periodic table. And, as you may know, the periodic table is pretty much the most important table in all of chemistry. Remember … Continue reading

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Types of Mixtures

The easiest way to explain mixtures in chemistry is to talk about food, so congrats to all you food bloggers! Today’s your special day! Think about mixtures in terms of cooking, and there isn’t much I need to tell you. … Continue reading

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What Matters?

I really hated to leave you guys hanging on the posts for last week. So I decided to offer you a little treat—the chemistry post that I wasn’t able to finish on time for its intended date on February 15th. The simplest approach to chemistry … Continue reading

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