Answers to questions about chemistry, matter, gases, fuels, green chemistry, nanotechnology...
Could we eat aliens?
Will it sterilise the sponge?
And if so, is it growing or shrinking?
What powers the light and how long can they keep it up?
When you add pasta or rice to boiling water, why does it suddenly boil over?
Listener Manik wanted to know how you can tell whether a painting is of a sunset or a sunrise...
Ljiljana Funk answers our final question of the show.
Let's blow the lid off this Q&A!
...and what can it do?
This one's a stinker.
It's a word you hear a lot, but what does it actually involved?
Kit Chapman sniffs out an answer to this chemical query...
Kit Chapman from Chemistry World took on this chemical query from listener David.
And what are the advantages and disadvantages of using nuclear power?
Where is that energy coming from? Chemistry World's Kit Chapman explains...
What's the most powerful acid we've ever found?
How do we make new molecules?
What makes a battery go?
Our televisions use a similar technology... Who knew?!
It over was over to chemist Ljiljana Fruk to illuminate an answer...
We wax lyrical about smoky candles...
Why don't plants leave a hole in the ground when they grow?
When a bar of soap gets used a lot and gets smaller, it seems to struggle to form suds properly. Is something other...
Is it safe to heat my dinner in a plastic container?