1) Nonpolar liquids are dangerous? How? What are some harmful nonpolar substances--how is nonpolarity harmful? I mean, why exactly? 2) Is it true that pure distilled water is harmful to drink? I mean pure, without impurities--just pure H2O; it seems safe, but is it really harmful? What will happen if I drink it? 3) Are 1.0M NaOH and 1.0M HCl the same distance from a neutral SEVEN on the pH scale? 4) Does natural selection have an effect on species diversity? 5) Can glucose be a single-bonded hexagonal carbon chain where each carbon is single bonded with two other carbon (in the ring) and one H and one OH? 6) Do you guys know any site or sites that list all the hydrocarbon rules/ basic arrangements? I mean, not EVERY hydrocarbon, but just the different "varieties"--among suffixes, for example, what does the -ane, -anone, -etc....well, all the suffixes (even the ones I did not list)? 7) Is glucose and fructose the same C6H12O6 molecule? Is sucrose C1224:O11 or C1124:O12... 8) Why can oxygen only have one double bond or two single bonds? 9) What makes molecules right-handed or left-handed? What would change in molecular properties between different-handed molecules? 10) Sometimes fibers, i think, are added to ceramics to reduce brittleness/increase flexibility. Would that lower that particular ceramic's melting point? 11) About the triple point in phase diagrams: now I mean, theoritically, it is one specific temperature, right? But in reality---i mean, is it only one specific temperature? I mean, even if I differ by even a "sextillionth" of a degree/mmHg, we will not have three phases at all...only one/two at all at point? (maybe more water than ice, or more ice that vapor..but still, three? or only one/two?) (Would the substance really notice) 12) The curves on phase diagrams, between s/l/gas states....they're not solid lines, are they? I mean, same as above, but the same sextillionth difference in pressure/temperature---will the substance really notice? 13) Just to be sure, the curves on phase diagrams are EMPIRICALLY drawn...from Experimental Data, right? (best-fit lines?) 14) Now zero quanta (Plank's constant of energy levels) cannot exist, right? I mean, we cannot have "zero" energy, can we? 15) Now in net ionic equations of aqueous solutions, calcium hydroxide is considered soluble, right? In that case, wouldn't hydroxides of magnesium and beryllium ALSO be soluble as well? 16) Well, a slight allusion towards relativity theory, theory of relativity-------what is the GAS CONSTANT relative to???? 17) Why must pressure be applied to freeze helium in addition to lowering temperature, rather than JUST lowering temperature to very low levels, as for the heavier noble gases? 18) Why do chromium and copper have irregular orbital descriptions? 19) What math and/or physics must I understand prior to understanding Schrodinger's wave function/equation---i.e., the exact equation and its precise reasoning? 20) Although H3PO4 is not considered a "Strong" acid (HCl, HNO3, H2SO4, HClO4), would 1.0M H3PO4 still be harmful/cause harm/tissue damage? 21) Well, now that I think about, HF could be hydroflouric acid, right?