Thimerosal, containing an ethylmercury reduced bacterial contamination.
pic.twitter.com/CFr1Pr L4vq Now when someone uses the word theory, you can launch into an exciting, spontaneous science lesson!
(and maybe not be invited to any more parties..that we're bitter) #scicomm #sciart #science pic.twitter.com/j V5Ddimy42 #On This Day In Science 1979 Comet Howard-Koomen-Michels was the first recorded comet to collide with Sun.
pic.twitter.com/3y YGm Uwof4 #On This Day In Science 1865 Liquid Soap was first patented by William Sheppard of New York City.
The product was made by dissolving one pound of solid soap in water, and then adding 100 pounds of ammonia until the liquid thickened to the consistency of molasses.
pic.twitter.com/tw CAOqao9z The @roysocchem's #Precious Elements campaign is highlighting the importance of recycling your old electronic devices: rsc.org/campaigning-ou… It was great was speaking to the brilliant array of pupils who had done so well in their #SQAresults We were also chuffed to have our new teachers Miss Lorimer in Chemistry and Mr Hill in Physics make their debuts!
Here's a look at the current recycling rates of some of the metals in your phone 📱♻️ compoundchem.com/2015/09/15/rec… pic.twitter.com/1e Dtjnuy Gc We're looking forward to welcoming our pupils back to school today for another academic year.
#On This Day In Science 1966 The Lunar Orbiter 1 took the first photograph of the Earth from the Moon.
The Lunar Orbiter was 1st American spacecraft to orbit the Moon.
pic.twitter.com/9V45SJbg Ix #On This Day In Science 1789 German-born British astronomer & composer William Herschel discovered a new moon of Saturn: Enceladus.