What’s Really in Your Shampoo (and Is It Bad for You?)
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate/Sodium ... Sodium Chloride It may sound sinister, but sodium chloride—found in thousands of shampoos—is just salt used to thicken or trigger thickening capabilities in your shampoo. No need to fret—or search for another alternative.
Chemical Reactions and Equations - Important Questions & Preparation Tips
What are the characteristics of chemical reaction? What will be the product when: Write a balanced chemical equation of the reactions which takes place when metal X burns in air to form powder Y. A metal salt MX when exposed to light splits up to form ...
Unexpected water explains surface chemistry of nanocrystals
The water as a source of small ions for the surface of colloidal lead sulfide (PbS) nanoparticles allowed the team to explain just how the surface of these important particles are passivated, meaning how they achieve an overall balance of positive and ...
Healthy food and drink choices that can treat, cure type-2 diabetes
But how often are diabetics advised about what they can, and should, be eating and drinking, particularly as these foods pertain to treating and even reversing diabetes ... sodium, chloride, magnesium, calcium, phosphate, bicarbonate, and sulfate all ...
Fracking, Chemicals, and Our Health: EPA Considers a Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Disclosure Rule
From their start, many hydraulic fracturing operators have faced criticism from the public, policy makers, and the scientific community for their handling of chemical disclosure (and lack thereof). A 2012 petition to the EPA from the Environmental ...