The Chemistry of Chocolate

Lucy Bell-Young

13th December 2017

Chemicals, Science

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Chemistry of Chocolate

With Christmas right around the corner, it seems an appropriate time to look into the world’s favourite treat: chocolate. Advent calendars and selection boxes are being arranged in tempting displays in every shop, and now more than ever the population are eyeing up the discounted Lindor boxes glowing ruby red beneath a string of fluorescent lights.… Continue reading »

5 Life Hacks For Winter

Lucy Bell-Young

22nd November 2017

Chemicals, Science

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5 Life Hacks For Winter

Is winter taking its toll on you this year? Are you struggling to not let the bitter cold weather, iced-over windshields, and dark mornings eclipse your childhood wonderland? Let science restore your faith in winter as we pass on to you 5 life hacks that will help you survive the upcoming freeze. The Key to… Continue reading »

ReAgent Sells Copper Sulphate, How Is It Made?

Dan Wiggins

4th August 2016

Chemicals, Manufacturing, Science

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How is copper sulphate made? The two main ingredients to create copper sulphate are copper and sulphuric acid, but simply adding copper to a diluted acidic solution will not promote the oxidation reaction. This is because the standard reduction potential of copper (+0.52) is higher that hydrogen (0.00), which means copper has a lower tendency… Continue reading »