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I've decided to start a competition to find the most creative and wacky topics us chemistry guys/gals can come up with. Hopefully we will get some interesting discussions out of this. Good luck and may the most inventive chemist win!   
That's neat. I actually did that experiment at school when I was about 14
On the side of the glass afterwards were several spots of carbon.I believe the magnesium rips the oxygen off the carbon and burns in it producing MgO and C.
Whatever was going on there with all the colour changes, it was pretty cool. I can't read the comments but the first four all had the word fake.Like: Ce n'est pas un fake,Then: Pas un fake, Then: C'est un fake.Then: C'est pas un fake,For all I know, 'fake' could mean 'cool' or 'blue' or 'yellow' or 'amazing' or it could just mean 'fake'. Anybody know what it means and what language is it ?
because from physics we find the answers for chemistry. 
Oh, now you're just being crazy!
What has maths ever done for the Periodic Table?
If it hadn't been for Maths, they wouldn't have even started on the Periodic Table. THEN where would have all those Chemists been? Fire Water Earth etc
Quote from: erickejah on 21/01/2009 23:46:23because from physics we find the answers for chemistry. That's a bit like saying the person who made the keyboard is as great as the Author who wrote the book.The level of intellect involved in the sexyest Chemistry is every bit as high as in your Cosmology.Being exclusive never did no one no harm.This particular forum has a refreshingly low number of loony posts!Robot - blood aside, that is.
I won't flog the dead horse anymore then.