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Ammonia - a fuel of the future?

21 Sep 2023 4 minute read 3 comments Sdom

According to Japanese industry representatives, ammonia can become a climate-neutral energy source because it is cheaper than liquid hydrogen. The world's first turbine that can be 100% powered by ammonia was presented at the development center of th...

Waste Cooking Oil as Fuel

19 Jul 2022 1 minute read 0 comments lotte

There are a lot of studies that proves waste cooking oil, or even the Vegetable oil can be use as fuel. Some countries use this even in pure forms. However we should understand that it'll cause some problems with the engine. Cooking oil is much visco...

Have you ever used Ayurvedic Wisdom to Build your Chemistry? Increase your Life’s Potentials in this Wisdom

3 Mar 2022 1 minute read 7 comments Wisdoms1

Hello, in this article I will speak on how your bodies chemistry can influence your outcomes in life. Including a greater knowledge within your Mind. This is part of the “Practice “. I speak upon. Eating properly for your Body’s constitutions. The bo...

Chemistry Basics 3. Electronic configuration and shells.

1 Apr 2021 3 minute read 2 comments qwertyzxcvb

Sorry I haven’t had time to post as per my schedule. Lab reports, Literature Review and other work all came in at once! But back to it for this week. I have 80% of a post prepared on chemical bonding but then realized there are one or two more key co...

Chemistry Basics 2. A closer look at the Atom

11 Mar 2021 2 minute read 2 comments qwertyzxcvb

I will try to get one of these posts up every 2 weeks for now but my hope is to do one weekly so we can cover more topics and get to some really interesting stuff! In the previous Chemistry post we mentioned atoms but focused on the molecule mainly,...

Chemistry Basics; 1. The atom and molecules

24 Feb 2021 2 minute read 0 comments qwertyzxcvb

The basic building blocks of the world around us (and inside us). Despite my original intentions of this being a mostly Science/Chemistry blog I haven’t wanted to write about it due to looking at the subject all week. However, this is my first articl...

Glass that Explodes: Prince Rupert's Drops

5 Jan 2021 2 minute read 2 comments Mythcrusher

As with my previous post here, I posted it to Hive.blog first. The original post can be found at https://hive.blog/hive-167922/@mythcrusher/glass-that-explodes-prince-rupert-s-drops  You may be wondering what a Prince Rupert's drop is. A prince Ruper...

Mad honey 🍯or honey containing Grayanotoxins from rhododendron its history and modern use

23 Nov 2020 3 minute read 1 comment Chubbie149

Intro  For today's article I am going to be doing something a bit different than my usual articles. A lesson in the culture history and science surrounding a taboo & miraculous substance. Some people may have already heard of this culinary compound...

Great job, Carbon

7 Nov 2020 1 minute read 2 comments cMasta

Sometimes I wrongly neglect carbon when admiring the elements. It is the most abundant of the non-hydrogen elements, which are sometimes all referred to as metal, in life on Earth.  Its ability to superconduct under select conditions and curl up in a...

How does the melatonin hormone work and what are its physiological effects in our body?

4 Nov 2020 6 minute read 2 comments GKN

Jynto [CC0], from Wikimedia Commons   We're not asleep because we're tired. Actually, we're not eating it because we're hungry. Or sexual drives or aggression and fight! We do not live the result because of a reason. Actually, yes, there is a r...