1. Hydrogen Balloon


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    Ms. Rogers generated hydrogen to inflate the balloon, then held it over an open flame. Fun!

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    • Introduction to the nuclear Overhauser effect in NMR spectroscopy


      from Paul Wolstenholme-Hogg Added 428 0 0

      In this tutorial we take a look at the mechanism for the nuclear Overhauser effect and the reason that you will see an increase or decrease in signal intensity for nuclei that interact with an irradiated…

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      • C06 Part B Mole Conversions and Percent Composition


        from Kiernan Mack Added

        Home School Chemistry Mole Conversions (grams to moles and moles to atoms/molecules) and Percent Composition

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        • "My most unforgettable chemistry student"


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          David Szabo, a lecturer and educational mentor at the the University of Illinois at Springfield, recalls an extraordinary student who overcame adverse circumstances.

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          • Mystery Lab Observations


            from Jackie LeBeque Added 52 0 0

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            • EC 2.1 Half-Reactions


              from James McKirdy Added 236 0 0

              The concept of half-reactions and how to balance them is illustrated.

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              • How Much Gas


                from Jackie LeBeque Added 51 0 0

                Lab Preview

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                • Videoverslag Green Industry Event - Green Chemistry


                  from Industriepark Kleefse Waard Added 16 0 0

                  Op donderdag 8 november 2012 vond voor de tweede keer een Green Industry Event plaats op Industriepark Kleefse Waard (IPKW). Bij de kick-off in mei stond jong ondernemerschap centraal, dit keer was…

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                  • The One Question You Need to Ask Yourself on a Date


                    from Joelle Lydon Added 53 0 0

                    What is the ruler by which you measure relationship material? Avoid this mistake.... www.joellelydon.com

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                    • Reactions: Predicting Precipitation Reactions (Practice Problem)


                      from Mark Anticole Added 117 0 0

                      In this video, we'll take another look at precipitation reactions, specifically the combination of lead (II) nitrate and sodium iodide. Practice makes perfect, so jump in and master the ppt. Spoiler…

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