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Retrospective Dual-Degree Dilemma, or Chellomistry

By Richard Mazuski

During my undergraduate career (completing a dual-degree at Northwestern in cello and chemistry), I constantly questioned the utility of what one degree could do for the other: “What’s the value of my background and higher education as a cellist if I’m going to become a chemist?” or vice versa. 904 kata lagi


Yeast Starter

Making a yeast starter is a simple way of improving your beer’s flavor and decreasing any lags in fermentation time. In the shop, when I ask customers why they don’t make a yeast starter I get similar excuses every time: 325 kata lagi


Intro :)

Hi everyone!

This is a collection of posts I’ve made elsewhere (mainly reddit), about chemistry and beauty. 350 nm comes from the range of the visible light spectrum (~400-750nm). 97 kata lagi


Itty Bitty Erlenmeyer Flasks!

One of the labs at the university where I work was holding a giveaway to get rid of their old junk. I checked it out, and among the offerings were the… 32 kata lagi

Cool Science

Birthday gift for science geeks

Behold my latest creation, Mr. Earl Lenmeyer the Flask. The pattern can be found on Ravelry.

The body is stuffed and closed where the blue colour ends, while the top white part I left open so that the stuffing comes out and gives it that cool bubbling gas effect. 46 kata lagi

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The Erlenmeyer flask: 153 years and counting

The Erlenmeyer flask (photo above by “Lucasbosch”) is much used by chemists everywhere. It was invented by the organic chemist Emil Erlenmeyer around 1860. The flask facilitates swirling or shaking, is spill-resistant, can be placed on a flat surface, and allows a stopper to be placed in the neck. 7 kata lagi