Moisture condenses onto glass, forming condensation droplets. What forces are at work in their formation, in their combining, and in their disruption?
Albert Einstein famously disliked Quantum Mechanics, which purports to explain the behavior of very small objects. What makes these tiny particles different from the rest of the universe?
Because there are a large number of deadly viruses that frighten the average scientist, the discovery of a prehistoric type virus may be a cause for worry.
How do atoms interact? The mathematics of wavefunctions leads, inexorably, to the concept of othogonality, which leads to hybridization and chemical bonding.
Chemistry, physicochemical properties of pollutants, and biodiversity: These things are all more related than they seem.
Helium is an element that we have gambled on for more than 100 years. The few sources of earth-based helium dictate that technological advances could make helium a cheap commodity.
The subject of contrails vs. chemtrails, a popular urban myth, can be confusing. In truth, contrails are the natural result of commercial jets and high-flying craft. However, these man-made cirrus clouds have an impact on our climate.
Why don’t we ever talk about gravity in the atom? Possibly because the amount of gravitational pull is minuscule. But what about electrostatic force?