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  • Pocket Modelling kit

    Posted on September 28th, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    Matchstick Model (Diamond)Organic and inorganic chemistry has been a very tricky subject for all students. You have to imagine the structure of the molecule. We have been allways doing them on the black boards. Drawing those complex 3 dimensional structures on a 2 dimensional surface can not provide us with ample structural benifits for the students to imagine the structure.

    Why not  make a cheap modelling system that can be made with daily house hold items, which can provide the students with lots of fun and in the same time teach them model making.

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  • Periodic Table of Elements

    Posted on September 26th, 2014 rudrarup No comments

     

    The Periodic Table of Elements is a tabular display of the chemical elements, organized on a basis of their properties. Elements are presented in increasing atomic number while rectangular in general outline, gaps are included in the rows or periods to keep elements with similar properties together, such as the halogens and the noble gases, in columns or groups, forming distinct rectangular areas or blocks. Because the periodic table accurately predicts the properties of various elements and the relations between properties, its use is widespread within chemistry, providing a useful framework for analysing chemical behavior, as well as in other sciences. 

    Here is a fully functional periodic table that will help you find information about elements.

    Try the new Periodic Table.