Lesson 5a: Theoretical, Actual, and Percent Yield.

    In which we explore theoretical and actual yields! And I make a personal record of how many times I can say, "My bad" onscreen. Trouble accessing the video? Check us out on YouTube!  Questions, comments, concerns? Email us at heychemistryblog@gmail.com. Science rules!! x

Work Problem: Calculation of Molar Mass of Unknown Base Using Titration With a Strong Acid

  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 … Continue reading Work Problem: Calculation of Molar Mass of Unknown Base Using Titration With a Strong Acid

Interview with James Nowick- Researcher, Educator, Advocate.

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.

June Pride STEM Stories- Hannah

(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

June Pride STEM Stories- Amanda

(From June 3rd, 2017) "As another one of The Gays with a bachelor's in molecular bio, currently working as a research assistant in a computational bio lab...I hate the way that people use biology to fuel their own hatred. Within the sci community I don't personally have many problems, b/c I don't look stereotypically "gay." … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Amanda

June Pride STEM Stories- Michael

(From June 3rd, 2017) "I am a biologist and ethicist retired (mostly) from the State University of New York. Currently, I teach "Ethics in Science and Pharmaceuticals" at Zhejiang University of Technology in Hangzhou, in China (as a "High End Foreign Expert" ( 高端外国专家) for about one month each summer. Have been a Senior Fulbright … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Michael

June Pride STEM Stories- Brian

(From June 2nd, 2017)  "I'm getting my PhD in biology (studying neural development using the retina as a model system). As a gay man, I've been incredibly fortunate to benefit from the long struggle the previous generations of LGBT+ community has fought to change public opinion as well as to have lived in more progressive … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Brian

June Pride STEM Stories- Joe

(From June 2nd, 2017) "I'm in the process of getting Bachelors in Physics and Mathematics. Being a gay person was one of the reasons I ended up studying and loving science. Growing up in a rural, conservative community I felt it was in my best interests to remain deeply closeted, and instead of dwelling on … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Joe

June Pride STEM Stories- Stella

(From June 2nd, 2017) "I'm a mathematician who does CS research for a government consulting firm. I'm also bisexual and transgender. I've been shocked at how accepting my university professors (U. Chicago) were, and how accepting my company was (seriously, how many billion dollar cooperators are places where an autistic trans person would feel comfortable?)... … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories- Stella

June Pride STEM Stories – Ari

(From June 2nd, 2017) "So here is my story. I have been in science for quite a while and have had a varying degrees of support as well as non support. I started out over a decade ago going from major to major until one professor ended up really engaging me and getting me excited … Continue reading June Pride STEM Stories – Ari