This site is maintained by WebElements.com and is called Chlorine. Visitors learn the element's symbol, atomic weight, its uses, and all of its physical and...
From poolcenter.com comes the Chlorine Chemistry Web site. Ten questions related to chlorine are answered such as What's the History of Chlorine, How Does...
This site is another great offering from HowStufffWorks.com that answers questions about chlorine on their Question of the Day page. It discusses how chlorine...
This site is provided by the American Chemistry Council's Chlorine Chemistry Division. The page contains several links that give an introduction to chlorine,...
This site is provided by Euro Chlor, representing the chlor-alkali industry in Europe. The site discusses how chlorine is vital for many industrial processes,...
This site is provided by the American Chemistry Council's Science Center. The first experiment is called Sunscreen and Light Energy, which shows how chlorine...
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Tornadoes release a boat load of energy, a tornado with wind speeds of 200 mph releases kinetic energy at the rate of 1 billion watts -- equal to the electric output of a pair of large nuclear reactors.
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