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Atomic Theory

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Ages: 13 - 18
Figuring an Empirical Formula From a Molecule Mass Composition
From YouTube, produced by S. Khan
Instructor discusses how to figure out the empirical formula. Instructor uses a black screen to write on with his cursor and uses different colors to highlight points. According to instructor, this is high school chemistry.
October 11, 2009 at 12:59 PM
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Ages: 15 - 18
Intro to Chemistry 6.1: Kinetic Molecular Theory (1/2)
From YouTube, produced by Learning4Mastery
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.1: Phase Change--Kinetic Molecular Theory .This video will teach students the fundamental nature of kinetic molecular theory.  ( 10:59)
January 29, 2012 at 02:46 PM
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Ages: 17 - 18
Radioactivity: Expect the Unexpected
From ted.com, produced by TED education
Neutrons don’t change into protons. Except, sometimes, they do. Radioactivity is the process under which the nucleus can change spontaneously from one element to another. Steve Weatherell suggests that we acknowledge both the usefulness and danger... [more]
December 27, 2012 at 12:35 PM
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Ages: 13 - 18
An Explanation of Oxidative Phosphorylation and Chemiosmosis - Khan Academy
From khanacademy.org, produced by Salman Khan
In this five-minute video oxidative phosphorylation and chemiosmosis are explained using cartoon graphics and as part of a lecture. Phosphorylation is the second part of the electron transport chain where the ATP is generated. The term used for the p... [more]
June 4, 2011 at 03:13 PM
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An Introduction to Orbitals - Khan Academy
From khanacademy.org, produced by Salman Khan
Orbitals are where electrons are most likely found inside an atom. and the topic of this 13:37 long video. When energy is increased, orbitals tend to be further from the nucleus of the atom which makes it easier for valence electrons to bond with oth... [more]
June 10, 2011 at 12:43 PM
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Orbitals - Khan Academy
From YouTube, produced by Salman Khan
In this video clip, the instructor talks briefly about the theories of Bohr and introduces orbitals. The instructor uses his computer screen and different colors to educate students. The instructor says this video series introduces information covere... [more]
October 4, 2009 at 04:37 PM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Saltatory Conduction in Neurons
From YouTube, produced by Kahn Academy
This 12 minute video is about saltatory conduction in neurons. Saltatory conduction works because of cytoplasm and the axon being electrically conductive. Because the cytoplasm and axon are electrically conductive, the myelin prevents electrical ch... [more]
June 5, 2011 at 09:26 PM
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Biological Molecules
From SlideShare, produced by Stephen Repacholi
This silde show ia a useful overview of organic macromolecules, including aspects of their structure and function. There is no narration and no music. The viewer may have to open the slide show to 'full screen' as there is smaller print on some of th... [more]
April 3, 2010 at 08:10 PM
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The Discovery of Atomic Weight
From YouTube, produced by Science Channel
An explanation of John Dalton's atomic theory and how it became the system used today in determining atomic weight is the purpose of this 01:24 video.
June 12, 2011 at 10:42 PM
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What Is Ammonia?
From YouTube, produced by ehow
Ammonia is a chemical compound molecule that is made of one part nitrogen and three parts hydrogen. It plays an extremely important role in the nitrogen cycle. Identify ammonia by its pungent smell with advice from a science tutor in this video.
April 14, 2010 at 04:55 PM
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