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Age-Defying, Copper...Pillowcase?

About six weeks ago, I ordered a special pillowcase – one that skincare professionals, bloggers, and enthusiasts having been raving about since it hit the market in the Fall of 2013. 959 more words

Product Reviews

Science Experiment: Magic Penny Cleaner

Do you have any old grungy pennies around the house? I’ll bet you do. Check under the couch cushions. Oh. Is it just my couch that collects money? 311 more words


Adventures in Copper Oxide

The other day a little pot of powdered copper oxide arrived at my door. I had heard good things about it and so wanted to experiment and ordered it from WarmGlassUK while it was on sale. 274 more words

Glass Fusing

Hop to it

Copper oxide filled hop leaves over a copper oxide based slip.

Some beautiful green bowls at a bargain price of £20 reduced from £25

Scientists find a solution to long-standing mysteries of cuprate high-temperature superconductivity

Scientists who have tried to gain a better understanding of the intricacies of high-temperature superconductivity, which is the ability of certain materials to carry electrical current without energy loss, have been confused by the mysterious phase that happens when charge carriers are added which appear to compete with superconductivity. 361 more words


Magic! :)

uuuuhhh how I love it when this happens :)

Chemestry would be so much more interesting now than it was back in my highschool years :P

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Glazes - oxidation or reduction?

I just did some glaze tests I think are a really nice illustration of the huge difference between oxidation and reduction firing.

Here are four tiles. 164 more words