Daily Archives: October 23, 2014


Gilbert Newton Lewis
October 23 is Gilbert Newton Lewis’ birthday. Lewis was an American chemist best known for his valence bond theory and electron dot structures. Lewis spent much of his early career studying the thermodynamics of chemical systems. He made systematic measurements of the free energy of chemical reactions. He also introduced […]

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Coulomb Force Example Problem 2
Coulomb force is the force of either attraction or repulsion between two charged bodies. The force is related to the magnitude and charge on the two bodies and the distance between them by Coulomb’s Law: whereq1 and q2 is the amount of charge in Coulombsr is the distance in meters between […]

Coulomb Force Example Problem


Coulomb Example math step 5
Coulomb’s Law is a force law between charged bodies. It relates the force to the magnitude and charges on the two bodies and the distance between them by the relationship: where q1 and q2 is the amount of charge in Coulombsr is the distance in meters between the chargesk is […]

Coulomb’s Law Example Problem



Hans Adolf Krebs
Hans Adolf Krebs: Hans Adolf Krebs was a German biochemist and Nobel laureate. Birth: August 25, 1900 in Hildesheim, Germany Death: November 22, 1981 in Oxford, England Claim to Fame: Krebs was a German biochemist who was awarded half the 1953 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of the […]

Hans Adolf Krebs


Adventures in the Atomic Age
Review of Dr. Glenn Seaborg’s Autobiography Adventures in the Atomic Age From Watts to Washington By Glenn T. Seaborg with Eric Seaborg Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux Hardcover, 1st ed., 352 pp. September 2001; 0-374-29991-9 Dr. Glenn Theodore Seaborg was co-recipient of the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for […]

Adventures in the Atomic Age – From Watts to Washington