From a Pesticide to an Alternate Quadratic Formula

In the English language, changing the suffix of a word like baked to baking might make it conform to the rules of grammar, but it won't dramatically change the meaning of the word. That's not the case when it comes to the language of chemistry. Consider aluminum phosphide versus aluminum phosphate. Aluminum phosphide (AlP) is... Continue Reading →

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