Uma Chowdhry (Indian-American b. 1947): Uma Chowdhry was born in Mumbai, India, in 1947. She earned her Bachelors in physics from the Indian Institute of Science, Mumbai University before moving to the United States. Initially seeking to study nuclear physics, Chowdhry was soon hooked on chemistry thanks to her future husband Vinay Chowdhry. After graduating … Continue reading Profile: Uma Chowdhry
Hello hello! Welcome to HeyChem if this is your first time visiting, and a warm welcome back to any returning users. As you can see, there has been not much activity on here since about October or November 2017. It's been crazy behind the scenes here, trying to build an adult life and what not. … Continue reading HeyChem Update
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Marie Maynard Daly was born on April 16th, 1921 in Corona, Queens, New York City. She was the child of an immigrant father Irving C. Daily and Washington D.C. native, Helen Page. Ivan C. Daly worked day to day as a postal worker, but was incredibly passionate about chemistry. He immigrated to the U.S. to … Continue reading Profile: Marie Maynard Daly
Given Question: The reaction given above is accompanied by the Enthalpy of the reaction (H) and the entropy (S). Determine the change in Gibbs Free energy (G) and if the reaction is spontaneous or not. If the reaction isn't spontaneous, calculate the temperature in which it will be. Start off by listing what we know, … Continue reading Practice Problem: Gibbs Free Energy
Episode 5B: Combustion Reactions This episode is on FIRE! All about combustion reactions and the information we can gain from them. Misspeak at ~5:57, should be grams hydrogen. Music: Good For You by THBD https://soundcloud.com/thbdsultan Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/-K_YSjqKgvQ Find us at … Continue reading Episode 5b: Combustion Reactions
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Given Question: A student titrates 2.0135 grams of an unknown monobase weak base to the equivalence point with 67.02 mL of .5003 M HCl(aq). What is the molar mass of the weak base? Step 1: This is to sort out what we're given in the equation, as well as some previous knowledge. We'll use the first … Continue reading Work Problem: Calculation of Molar Mass of Unknown Base Using Titration With a Strong Acid
HeychemTutor got a chance to sit down with esteemed professor and advocate Dr. James Nowick, who is currently based out of the University of California-Irvine. We sat down to discuss chemistry, LGBTQIA+ rights, and advocacy. This was a project Heychem set in celebration of June 2017 Pride month. Contact us with questions, concerns, or complications … Continue reading Interview with James Nowick- Researcher, Educator, Advocate.
(From June 4th, 2017) "The Scientific Queery: "The Scientific Queery When I mentioned I loved talking to the new faculty member A third year queer guy mentioned that the professor seems friendly to our kind And it seems like it shouldn’t be something needed to be said And yet I can count the number of … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Hannah