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How to simplify Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic chemistry becomes very hard if we keep trying reading like written in book.

You can simplify it in a very easy step. Just learn the periodic table by heart. Inorganic chemistry is nothing but complete periodic table. All physical properties, chemical properties, diagonal relationship, group properties reaction all can be remembered easily if you completely remember periodic table by heart.

Periodic Table - Inorganic Chemistry

Element 117 Is Here!

It's taken years, but physicists have finally filled in a persistent gap in the periodic table. Eight years after the creation of element 118, the heaviest known atom, researchers have made a few atoms of its slightly lighter neighbor, element 117, by shooting an intense beam of calcium ions into a target of berkelium. Besides sketching in the blank space in the table, the discovery bolsters the notion of an "island of stability," a group of superheavy nuclei still tantalizingly out of reach that theorists predict may be as stable as more familiar elements.

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Protect Our Kids from Preschool

Barack Obama says he believes in universal preschool and if he's elected president he'll pump "billions of dollars into early childhood education." Universal preschool is now second only to universal health care on the liberal policy wish list. Democratic governors across the country -- including in Illinois, Arizona, Massachusetts and Virginia -- have made a major push to fund universal preschool in their states.

But is strapping a backpack on all 4-year-olds and sending them to preschool good for them? Not according to available evidence.

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