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This 7 part series provides an easy to understand basic introduction to modern organic chemistry through demonstrations, graphics, and documentary. It shows what that means for us today in terms of food, wood, clothing, preservatives, solvents, medicines ... and life itself. Two young ...
As we continue our history of the Periodic Table organizational system and discovery of the elements, this program examines the elements lithium and beryllium. The characteristics of alkali metals and alkali earth metals are discussed in detail, with the help of graphics and ...
Professor Einzeit has come up with a startling new theory: there is no such thing as air. No sooner has he proclaimed his hypothesis, however, than he accidentally proves it wrong. He then sets out upon the puzzling task of proving that air-a substance that we cannot see, hear, ...
Organic chemistry goes industrial with William Perkin exploring carbons tetrahedral bonds and the discovery of chirality. This video looks at the concept of atoms as 3D objects and 3D structural diagrams and models. There is also a brief look at various synthetic organic compounds ...
A basic introduction to electrons and the octet rule and the formulae of alcohols, ethers, amines. aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, and esters; an explanation of the difference between polar and non-polar bonds and how the attachment of polar groups renders non-polar ...
Talks about the origins of organic chemistry, the theory of Vitalism and its collapse; the complexity of organic compounds and basic carbon chains; and the concept of valency and Kekule's structural diagrams.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) is a collaborative national center for fusion energy research. The Laboratory advances the coupled fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research, and is developing the scientific understanding and key ...
Shows how carbons structure allows it to be the backbone for macro molecules, and why starch and not cellulose is digestible by humans. Further sections show the extreme non-organic case of diamonds and the discovery of nitrocellulose and its importance; give the definitions of ...
Describes how protein is intimately involved in life processes, and how proteins function as hormones; looks at the discovery of amino acids, their family formula, and polymerization of them; takes a look at peptides, denaturing albumin, and the levels of protein structure; and shows ...
Tells of carbons place in the periodic table of elements; reveals the logic of the alkane family and alkane isomers; looks at the IUPAC name system and the consolidation of valency; and presents the unique case of benzene.

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