My first blog about Chemistry

Zak's First Chemistry Blog“Require only 25 elements for a healthy life to create all the blood bone muscle and other tissue from which our bodies are formed. This is so-called essential elements are shown in table 2. 1. indeed, just for elements hydrogen carbon oxygen and nitrogen make up almost 97% of the total body mass, and constitute a staggering 99% of the total atoms from which the body is formed. Every element has been given a name (four example, hydrogen nitrogen and oxygen) and, for convenience, has also been assigned a one or two letter shorthand single. Just as we have a shorthand symbol. Just as we have a shorthand notation for the nuclear tide basis that make up DNA and RNA (G, C, A, T, and U and), Social and symbols for the chemical elements give us a way of communicating exactly what is taking the substance of material contains at a glance. So. Oxygen is represented by the letter O, Hydrogen by the letter H, and nitrogen but the letter N. we will employ those chemical symbols throughout this book”.

by Jonathan Crowe, Tony Bradshaw, Paul Monk, in chemistry for the biosciences.

21 thoughts on “My first blog about Chemistry”

  1. Excellent work Zaki !! I’m so proud of you . It just goes to show that you can achieve so much when you put your mind to it. I know you will go on to become very successful in whatever you do.
    Keep up the good work 🙂

      1. Reading this from 14,000 miles without my glasses is very difficult!! However, I am glad that you like the idea of the essential elements. Of course, the elements most represented in the body are carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.

        Have a lovely time; Steps!! Oh dear; it’s frozen on me!

  2. Hi Zaki
    Where you are its getting colder, day by day. However, where I am it’s getting warmer – we are going from winter to summer! Don’t you think that is odd? Actually, I’m enjoying the weather as it is at the moment because it is like a nice summer in England. However, in a couple of months it will be too hot for me. By then, you’ll be watching the snow storms in Scotland, on the TV! Enjoy the winter though! and I’ll see you just as Spring springs into bloom!



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