What Chemical Causes Fear

What Chemical Causes Fear?

fearemotionFear – It is the ability to recognize danger leading to an urge to confront it or flee from it. Fear can also be an instant reaction to something presently happening. Fear is a chain reaction in the brain that starts with a stressful stimulus and ends with the release of chemicals that cause a racing heart, fast breathing and energized muscles, among other things, also known as the fight-or-flight response. Read More

Lanthanum, Erbium & Terbium Was Discovered By Carl Gustaf Mosander

carl-gustaf-mosanderCarl Gustaf Mosander was a Swedish chemist born on September 10, 1797 – died on October 15, 1858. Mosander work revealed existence of numerous lanthanum, erbium, terbium and didymium rare-earth elements.  Rare earth elements is one of a set of seventeen chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically the fifteen lanthanides, as well as scandium and yttrium. The rare earth elements are all metals, and the group. Read More

New adhesive binds tight in cold, gets stronger in heat

case-reserve-university-adhesive-1CLEVELAND, US: Case Western Reserve University, Dayton Air Force Research Laboratory and China scientists have developed a new dry adhesive that bonds in extreme temperatures—a quality that could make the product ideal for space exploration and beyond. The gecko-inspired adhesive loses no traction in temperatures as cold as liquid nitrogen or as hot as molten silver, and actually gets stickier as heat increases, the researchers reported. Read More

New eco-friendly coating that keeps ice at bay

csu-ice-free-coatingFORT COLLINS, US: Anyone who’s ever broken the ice off a windshield or anxiously viewed a plane get de-iced, pay attention: Colorado State University (CSU) scientists have developed an ice-repellent coating that outperforms today’s best de-icing products. The team led by Arun Kota, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering, scientists have invented an environmentally friendly, inexpensive. Read More


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