Daily Archives: May 28, 2015


The 4th of July is the perfect time to mix science and celebration! Here are 4th of July science projects you can try and explanations of how different fireworks work: Fireworks Periodic Table Kick of the 4th of July learning by printing this fireworks periodic table. It tells you how […]

4th of July Science


Melting and Burning Sulfur 1
Sulfur is the 16th element of the periodic table. These sulfur facts contain chemical and physical data along with general information and history. Basic Sulfur Facts Name: Sulfur Atomic Number: 16 Element Symbol: S Group: 16 Period: 3 Block: p Element Family: Nonmetal Atomic Mass: [32.059; 32.076] IUPAC guidelines to reflect the physical and chemical history of the magnesium sample. […]

Sulfur Facts


Phosphorus Atom 1
Phosphorus is the 15th element of the periodic table. These phosphorus facts contain chemical and physical data along with general information and history. Basic Phosphorus Facts Name: Phosphorus Atomic Number: 15 Element Symbol: P Group: 15 Period: 3 Block: p Element Family: Nonmetal Atomic Mass: 30.973 761 998(5) Electron Configuration: [Ne]3s23p3 (shorthand) or 1s22s22p63s23p3 (full) Discovery: Hennig Brand in 1669. German alchemist Hennig Brand isolated phosphorus […]

Phosphorus Facts




Avogadro Project Silicon Sphere
Silicon is the 14th element of the periodic table. These silicon facts contain chemical and physical data along with general information and history. Basic Silicon Facts Name: Silicon Atomic Number: 14 Element Symbol: Si Group: 14 Period: 3 Block: p Element Family: Metalloid or Semi-metal Atomic Mass: [28.084; 28.086] IUPAC guidelines to reflect the physical and chemical history of the magnesium […]

Silicon Facts