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Why is sand, sand; and why is glass, glass; While both mainly contain Silicon Dioxide?

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Will we ever run out of gold, silver, copper and other important conductors?

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Why are there no cheap diamond equivalents?

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Is a compound composed out of gold, manganese, xenon, krypton, and oxalate possible?

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Why doesn't calcium carbonate dissolve in water even though it is an ionic compound?

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Elements of paper

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Is carbon dioxide organic or inorganic?

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The effect of air pressure on the melting point

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Are there any sodium salts that are insoluble in water?

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“T” in subscript in formulas

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How can diamond have a fixed refractive index?

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Phase diagrams (weird region)

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Yttrium -- rare earth or transition metal?

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Why doesn't limestone thermally decompose instead of turning to marble?

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Does radioactivity affect chemical reactions?

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What are the effects of Lithium Dioxide on the body?

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How can I remove acids from cola?

7 votes

What is chemical formula of Bauxite?

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Why are actinides not commonly included in rare earth metals?

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Cerium electronic configuration change from 0 to +2 oxidation state

6 votes

High content of potassium reported by spectrometer in silverware items

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Can you literally separate air from soil?

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Can glass be made with anorthite?

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Are melting points for mixtures of solids ALWAYS below the melting points of the individual components?

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What would be the state of water in interstellar space or vaccum?

5 votes

How can rocks absorb CO2?

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Why doesn't silica gel dissolve in ethyl acetate

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Is there a substance that binds with the sodium in salt (NaCl) in solution so that the sodium can be removed (precipitated out, for example)?

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What possibilities are there for refining aluminium on the moon?

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what is the white fuzz left behind on basement floor after puddle evaporated