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Chemistry


Training Day: Covalent & Ionic Bonds

Training Day: Covalent & Ionic Bonds

The Periodic Games

The start of The Periodic Games is just a day away. As attraction sparks between Chlorine and Sodium, President H2O fears that their new bond could incite revolution. Meanwhile, the other tributes are in training, forming covalent bonds that...Show More
Meeting the Tributes: Elements 1-18

Meeting the Tributes: Elements 1-18

The Periodic Games

When Chlorine Everclean voluntarily takes her sister’s place in The 75th Periodic Games, hosts Titanium Alloy and Caesium Lepton are taken by surprise! Chlorine isn’t as strong a contender as her little sister Fluorine, and the other 17...Show More
Emerging Nanotechnology

Emerging Nanotechnology

Nanoparticles

Nanotechnology has found its way into our homes and everyday lives. This clip reveals some amazing applications that are part of our everyday lives now, and takes a look nanotechnology in the future and the revolutionary impact it will continue...Show More
Properties of Nanoparticles

Properties of Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles

Nanotechnology has diverse applications and phenomenal potential. This clip examines the properties of nanoparticles and the amazing range of applications – now and into the future. It also looks at some of the risks of this emerging field of...Show More
Measuring Nanoparticles

Measuring Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles are tiny bits of material with a diameter between one and 100 nanometres. This clip explores the tiny world of nanoparticles and how their size and structure make them so useful, including the square-cube law and the relationship...Show More
Types of Pure Substances, Solutions and Mixtures

Types of Pure Substances, Solutions and Mixtures

Objective: To learn about the types and properties of pure substances, various types of solutions. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Define pure substances 2. Classify pure substances as elements and compounds 3. List...Show More
Episode 4: Carbon Is Forever

Episode 4: Carbon Is Forever

Atom Bond

In the hideout, Chlorine is trapped in Carbon’s buckyball, and Gold is put behind bars. When released, Ethanol takes him on a guided tour of the completed Project D. It’s giant DNA molecule, which will bring Planet Earth to life. Gold’s...Show More
Episode 3: Bond Another Day

Episode 3: Bond Another Day

Atom Bond

In a secret location, Copper and Silver separate Chlorine from Potassium. Gold and Chlorine return to Carbon’s secret school – but cannot find Fluorine and Oxygen. Carbon appears, and Gold and Chlorine flee to a nearby bond shop where they...Show More
Episode 2: You Only Bond Twice

Episode 2: You Only Bond Twice

Atom Bond

Gold finally meets the mysterious Chlorine and they try bonding, but to no avail. Suddenly Carbon and his heavies arrive on the scene. Gold and Chlorine are able to escape, but before they know it, Chlorine has ionically bonded with Potassium and...Show More
Episode 1: The Atom with the Golden Electron

Episode 1: The Atom with the Golden Electron

Atom Bond

Agent Gold is assigned to investigate Project D, headed by Carbon who has trained millions of other atoms to develop this secret plan. Together with Oxygen and Fluorine, Gold penetrates Carbon’s secret school and finds atoms being drilled about...Show More
Mixtures and Separations

Mixtures and Separations

What are things made of? Why do some substances dissolve and others don't? Why does heat affect some materials more than others? In this video, Elesapiens will join us to discover mixtures and the specific physical properties of matter, such as...Show More
Differences between Physical and Chemical Changes

Differences between Physical and Chemical Changes

Physical and Chemical Changes

In this video, students will learn to differentiate between physical and chemical changes. Students will be able to identify and differentiate physical and chemical changes in daily life, and interpret if a new substance or phase change has...Show More
Changes in States of Matter

Changes in States of Matter

Matter in Our Surroundings

This video will introduce students to the three states of matter. Students will be able to identify the three states of matter, and how matter moves between each state.
Solutions

Solutions

Objective: To learn about components, concentration and properties of solutions. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Identify the components of solutions. 2. Define dilute and concentrated solutions. 3. List the properties of...Show More
Mixtures

Mixtures

Objective: To learn about mixtures and their types. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Define homogeneous mixtures 2. Explain heterogeneous mixtures 3. Describe colloids 4. Discuss suspensions
Chromatography

Chromatography

Objective: To study the process of chromatography. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Illustrate the process of chromatography to separate components of dyes.
Rancidity in Food

Rancidity in Food

Objective: To learn about the effect of atmospheric moisture and oxygen on food. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Understand how air reacts with food to cause oxidation. 2. Learn some of the methods used in the home and food...Show More
Lithium (Li) and Beryllium (Be)

Lithium (Li) and Beryllium (Be)

Chemistry: Periodic Table of Elements

As we continue our history of the periodic table organisational system and discovery of the elements, this programme examines the elements lithium and beryllium. The characteristics of alkali metals and alkali earth metals are discussed in...Show More
Earth Science: Properties of Water

Earth Science: Properties of Water

Over seventy percent of the Earth is covered with water - around 326 million trillion gallons! Water is essential for life, it gives plants ability to create sugar for food and it helps humans regulate temperatures and nourishes and protects the...Show More
Episode 8: Ionic Bonding

Episode 8: Ionic Bonding

Shedding Light on Atoms

This episode of Shedding Light on Atoms looks at how the atoms of metals bond with the atoms of non-metals with what are called ionic bonds. We show how atoms can gain or lose electrons (in chemical reactions involving metals and non-metals), and...Show More
Episode 7: Covalent Bonding

Episode 7: Covalent Bonding

Shedding Light on Atoms

In this episode, we look at hot the atoms of non-metals bond together with covalent bonds to form molecules, introduce electron dot diagrams and structural formulae, explain how the electron configuration of an atom affects the number of bonds it...Show More
Episode 6: Electron Shells

Episode 6: Electron Shells

Shedding Light on Atoms

In this episode we look at how electrons are arranged within atoms in electron shells, and at how the Periodic Table is organised to reflect these arrangements. We demonstrate a variety of experiments which led to the discovery of electron shells...Show More
Episode 5: Protons, Neutrons and Electrons

Episode 5: Protons, Neutrons and Electrons

Shedding Light on Atoms

In this episode we take a look at the three types of particles that make up atoms and describe how they are arranged within atoms. Using live demonstrations and outstanding animations, we then look back at the experiments that led to the...Show More
Episode 4: The Periodic Table

Episode 4: The Periodic Table

Shedding Light on Atoms

We begin this episode by comparing and contrasting metals with non-metals. We then describe how Dmitri Mendeleev, the scientist who devised the first Periodic Table, organised the elements not just into metals and non-metals but also into groups...Show More
Episode 3: The Discovery of Atoms

Episode 3: The Discovery of Atoms

Shedding Light on Atoms

The Shedding Light on Atoms series gives students the perfect introduction to the world of atoms. Using amazing demonstrations and animations we take students on a journey of discovery to explain not just what we know about atoms, but also how we...Show More