Any chemistry laboratory is incomplete without the pH scale. A pH scale is very important and is required for almost every chemical procedure that is conducted. Let us now explore how this important thing came into being.
Almost every household has utensils that are Teflon coated. It is so easy for us to cook in a pan and not worry about the batter sticking to it and all. However, as we enjoy the benefits of this magic coating, it is important for us to know about the person behind the invention of this masterpiece.
Today, the moment we get to know that a day is important, we do ensure to carry our cameras and capture the moment forever in a photograph in order to cherish that moment throughout our life. However, have you ever thought how it all began? Well let us ponder this interesting fact...
Today, when you walk into a doctor's clinic, the doctor examines you and suggests that you are deficient in Vitamins A and B or may be some other vitamin. However, have you ever given a thought how these vitamins came into existence? Who discovered them on first place? Who named them as A,B, C, D and so on? Well let us find out...
Jaroslav Heyrovsky is known for discovering the analytical tool polarography. Polarography is a tool that uses dropping mercury electrode (DME) to find out the effects of varying currents and potentials of a compound.
We all are familiar with tea, coffee and chocolate. However, how many of us know the fact that they are made of a base called as purines? May be none of us. Thanks to Hermann Emil Fischer, purines were discovered and Fischer received a Nobel Prize for the same as well. Let us find out how Fischer managed to unveil this important component.
The Ziegler-Natta catalyst is the most used catalyst in the process called as synthesizing of polymers. Known as the most useful catalyst, let us know a little more about the man behind the Ziegler Natta catalyst.