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Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2, Nuclear Weapons
How was chemistry involved in the making of the nuclear bomb?
Chemistry of conventional explosives used. Uranium chemistry for making yellowcake, hex, etc. Plutonium chemistry for separating it from chopped up fuel pellets. Electroplating chemistry for coating Uranium and Plutonium with Nickel. etc. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What are the contributions of egyptians in chemistry?
One contribution of Egyptians in chemistry was the making of paper. The Egyptians also used metallurgy and glass making to make tools and art. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
What kind of chemistry deals with explosions?
All kinds of chemistry go into making explosives and explosions, including organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, analytical chemistry... really all kinds! Almost all explosives are made by some type of chemistry! ...
Asked in Inorganic Chemistry
What is the need for synthetic inorganic chemistry?
Inorganic chemistry would include electrochemistry, making batteries, and metallurgy, making alloys that can withstand high temperatures, jet engine fan blades ET etc. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Winemaking
What is the branch of chemistry concerned with beer and wine making?
Oenology is the term for wine making. For beers the term is brewing.
Asked in Algebra
How maths terms combination and permutation apply in chemistry?
The Maths terms combination and permutation apply in chemistry when making the expected industrial calculation. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
What does Making money on the front end and making money on the back end mean?
making money on the front end= pay yourself first and then creditors making money on the back end= pay creditors first and whats left over (the backend) is all yours ...
Asked in Chemistry
What is synthetic chemistry?
Simply put, synthetic chemistry is the study/practice of chemistry as related to synthesizing (fancy word for "making") new chemicals. If someone is a synthetic chemist, they focus their efforts on making "stuff." It is the variability of the word "stuff" that makes synthetic chemistry different across the spectrum. For example, a pharmaceutical chemist (a chemist who makes drugs) is a synthetic chemist. A polymer chemist (a chemist who makes polymers such as Rayon or Nylon) is a synthetic chemist. Synthetic chemistry is a very...