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Mussels are trapped inside balls of mussel juice by the modern cooking technique known as spherification. A chef mixes the mussels with the juice and then triggers a chemical reaction to form a membrane around the seafood.

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7 Food Science Facts by The Culinary Institute of America October 2009

nice Using Metals as Carbon Free Fuel Alternatives

nice Using Metals as Carbon Free Fuel Alternatives

"a project aiming to explain radioactivity through music by inviting you to compose tunes with 3,175 of the most interesting radioactive isotopes in an effort to glean new understanding of what radiation really is." This puts me in chemistry heaven. Awsome!    It works like this: Melodies are created by simulating the decay of an atomic nucleus from an excited nuclear state down to its ground state. A single gamma photon is released for every step of the energy loss and, by representing the…

Radioactive Orchestra: Making Music from Nuclear Isotopes

The Radioactive Orchestra by Axel Boman creates intriguing melodies by simulating how an isotope decays from its excited nuclear state to its ground state. This is an interview of the people behind the project.

Carnegie Wave Energy to Launch the World's First Wave-Powered Desalination Plant | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Carnegie Wave Energy to Launch the World's First Wave-Powered Desalination Plant

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Can You Get Through This GCSE Chemistry Test?

thesubatomic: “ In chemistry, flame tests are used to detect the presence of certain elements, primarily metal ions, by analyzing the colour of the flame given off when heated. Above are Lithium (Li),.

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