Bismuth Crystal

Bismuth Crystal Do you know what bismuth crystal is? It’s a metal that is found in nature, and it has some pretty amazing properties. For example, bismuth crystals are able to grow in any direction, making them incredibly unique. Let’s discuss the properties of bismuth crystals and how they are made. Bismuth crystal is a … Read more

Recrystallization

We’re going to discuss the recrystallization process in detail, including the steps involved and the types of equipment that you will need. We will also provide some tips for obtaining high-quality recrystallized products. Recrystallization is a purification technique used to separate solids from liquids. The solid material is dissolved in a solvent, and then the … Read more

How Many Acres Are In A Mile

How many acres do you think you can fit inside a mile? We’ll give you a hint, it’s somewhere between one acre and 1,000 acres that can fit inside a mile. If you don’t know don’t worry! Many people don’t know the answer to this question. Let’s explore how many acres are in a mile … Read more

Difference Between National Park And Wildlife Sanctuary

Do you know the difference between national park and wildlife sanctuary? Many people don’t realize that there is a difference, but there are actually some very important distinctions. In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between these two types of parks, as well as their benefits to the environment and to humans. We … Read more

When Was Walking Invented?

When was walking invented? This common form of transportation has been around for centuries! Let’s explore the history of walking and discuss when it became a popular mode of transportation. We will also look at some of the benefits of walking. But first, a little internet comedy: The origins of walking are unclear, but it … Read more

Visual Guide to Science Museums in Paris

Science Palais de la DecouverteSynchrotron soleil There’s a great book called The Geek Atlas: 128 Places Where Science and Technology Come Alive, a list of nerdy tourist attractions around the globe. I haven’t exactly read it, but when I left for Paris to do research September-November last year at the Synchrotron Soleil (pictured above) I … Read more