argon uses

Argon gas uses

Argon is colorless, odorless, inert gas element of approximately one percent of the Earth’s atmosphere, from which it is commercially available by fractionation for use in electric bulbs, fluorescent lamps and radio vacuum lamps, and as a shield for an inert gas in arc welding. Argon has approximately the same solubility as oxygen and is […]

venus facts

Facts about Venus

Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the third brightest object in the sky of the Earth after the Sun and the Moon. Sometimes it’s called a sister planet on Earth because their size and mass are so similar. Venus is also the closest planet on Earth. The surface of Venus is hidden […]

function of vacuole

Function of Vacuole and Vacuole growth

Central vacuole is a cell organelle found in plant cells. Often it is the largest organelle in the cell. It is surrounded by a membrane and is used to store materials and waste. It also works to maintain adequate pressure in plant cells to provide structure and support for the growing plant.     Function […]

uranium facts

Facts About Uranium

On August 6, 1945, a 10 feet long (3 meters)¬† bomb fell from sky to the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Less than a minute later everything in the radius of a mile from the explosion of the bomb has been obliterated.   A huge firestorm quickly destroyed further miles, killing tens of thousands of people. […]

nuclear energy advantages and disadvantages

Advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power

In this part, we analyze the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy. Nevertheless, most organizations related to nuclear energy are already prepared for or against nuclear energy. On this page, we try to make an objective analysis of this question, providing all relevant information and offering space for different requests.     nuclear energy advantages […]

what is h2s

what is h2s

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a gas commonly found during drilling and production of crude oil and natural gas, as well as in sewage treatment plants, public utilities, and sewers. Colorless, flammable, poisonous and corrosive, H2S gas is perceptible by the foul odor of the egg.   With toxicity similar to carbon monoxide that prevents cellular […]

Neptune facts

Facts about Neptune

Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and the last known planet. Although it is the third largest planet in terms of mass, it is only the fourth largest. Due to the blue coloring, Neptun was named in honor of the Roman god of the sea. Read more about Neptune facts.     ¬†NEPTUNE […]

Jupiter facts

Facts about Jupiter

Named after the Roman king of the gods, Jupiter fits his name. With a mass of 1.90 x 1027 kg and an average diameter of 139 822 km, Jupiter is easily the largest and most massive planet in the solar system. To look at it in perspective, it would take 11 Earths side by side […]

nuclear energy advantages and disadvantages

Major nuclear energy facts

Nuclear energy is gathered in the atomic nucleus. The enormous energy accumulated in bonds that have atoms can be released in two processes: nuclear fission or atomic fusion.   In atomic fission, atoms are separated from smaller atoms, releasing energy, while in nuclear fusions the atoms are combined form a larger atom. In this way, […]


Nucleus Function | Caudate & Subthalamic Nucleus

Cellular nucleus membrane associated with double membrane cells found in eukaryotic cells. The nucleus is the majority of the cell’s genetic material – DNA. The nucleus maintains the integrity of genes that regulate gene expression, in turn regulating nucleus function. Therefore, the nucleus is known as the cell control center.     Nucleus Function Controls […]