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Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant.
This window is made up of two panels of glass. Sandwiched between the panels is a mixture of polymer and liquid crystals that makes the glass opaque.
One cannot help but notice the vibrant pigmentation present in different types of flowers. The orange pigment in this flower is known to be caused by the pigment Carotenoid and fits this picture into the colors of chemistry category. The diversity of colors present in the flower is due to the presence of different pigments and flavonoids present in the petals.
I see chemistry in the frost on my car in the morning. In the night when temperatures cool, water vapor in the air looses energy and the water changes from a gas to a liquid. When the temperature cools even further, the energy is reduced again and the condensed water turns into a solid form, or frost.