Dental Materials. Medical Mnemonics .com: Worlds Database of Medical Mnemonics. Family Practice Notebook. Forensic Science Experts. Periodic Table of Elements [Interactive] Hydrogen Fun Fact: Despite all the nuclear fusion that has occurred in stars since the big bang, hydrogen is still by far the most abundant element in the universe, and makes up four-fifths of all ordinary matter.
For a while it was touted as the fuel of the future, but it remains difficult to produce, transport and store. At extreme temperatures and pressures, like those at the core of a gas-giant planet, hydrogen can become metallic. He Helium Fun Fact: It is not the lightest of all elements, but it is the smallest: it has a stronger electrostatic charge in its nucleus than hydrogen does, and thus it keeps its electrons in a tighter orbit. Li Lithium Fun Fact: One of only three elements to be created in the big bang, though in much smaller amounts than hydrogen or helium. Be Beryllium Fun Fact: This element is the first one that requires more neutrons than protons in its nucleus in order to be stable, and thus it created a bottleneck in the formation of new elements after the big bang. Boron. Interactive Clinical Pharmacology - StumbleUpon.
Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections - StumbleUpon. Cranial Nerves - StumbleUpon. Can't remember the names of the cranial nerves?
Here is a handy-dandy mnemonic for you: On Old Olympus Towering Top AFamous Vocal German Viewed Some Hops. The bold letters stand for: olfactory, optic, oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, facial, vestibulocochlear, glossopharyngeal, vagus, spinal accessory, hypoglossal. Still can't remember the cranial nerves? The Whole Brain Atlas - StumbleUpon. Home page - StumbleUpon. The Human Protein Atlas. Communicating at an unknown rate - StumbleUpon.