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Robert Joseph SilvaOak RidgerIn particular, his contribution finalized the 20-year ongoing research and confirmation of Nobel Laureate Glenn T. Seaborg's prediction that Element 103, Lawrencium, would be the last element in a new Actinide Series of the Periodic Table of the ...
Mom's Column: Parenting by GooglingPatch.comMeanwhile, we recognized that a man who can recite the periodic table of chemical elements and tell you who won a 1954 Oscar for Best Actor is perhaps not the guy you want to pit your mind against in Trivial Pursuit. Sadly, I have not followed in his ...
Bowery Boogie (blog)Elemental Manhattan Project Merges Street Grid with Periodic TableBowery Boogie (blog)So if the Periodic Table of Elements and playing with electrons doesn't get you going in the morning, this new urban experiment is probably not for you. The concept behind Elemental Manhattan was born last year, when Professor Pieper of Columbia ...
N. Portland school embraces technology, will use iPads in classroomsKATUShe'll have the periodic table app and dozens more. "I think it can really help because a lot of students don't have laptops at home and don't have the necessary things to get their homework done," she said. "With this, you can type on it you can ...and more »
Rare Earth Shortages Revive AlternativesDesign NewsThis is a big deal because rare earths -- a series of elements given their own section of the periodic table because of the unusual properties of electrons in their outer atomic shells -- are used in everything from smartphones and hybrid cars to smart ...and more »
Book arts instructor wins awardThe University of Alabama Crimson WhiteShe said the inspiration for the book grew out of her interest in the periodic table, the matter that is illustrated on that table and using it to connect to other human beings. The book is a combination of text and simple images from the periodic ...
The Periodic Table: Elements with Style!Patch.comAnd that's why I like Adrian Dingle's The Periodic Table: Elements with Style. In 1869 Dimitri Mendeleev, a chemist from Siberia, arranged the elements into groups (columns) and periods (rows). The Periodic Table was born. ...
How to make complicated molecules using a simple process - essentially tying knots in a string-like compound! Rob Stockman's team's latest paper could contain important clues to the making of cheaper medicines. The paper is at pubs.rsc.org (we think it is free but you'll have to log in, but you may need to open a free RSC account at pubs.rsc.org More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com And on Twitter at twitter.com
...really missed the boat on this one, check out The Periodic Table Table: http://theodoregray.com/periodictable Amazingly interesting element collection, with thousands of samples all in high-res, plus videos and stories of how some of the samples were acquired...
WBOY-TVAB College Unveils Stairwell MuralWBOY-TVPHILIPPI -- The base of scientific life starts at the Periodic Table, whose elements form molecules. That's the progression Alderson-Broaddus senior Ashley Teets is trying to show with a mural she unveiled Tuesday in the school's ...and more »
The Professor mourns the loss of his first PhD student - and recalls Steve Church's pioneering research into the molecule Manganese Pentacarbonyl. More info about Steve Church's work at periodicvideos.blogspot.com More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com And on Twitter at twitter.com
A new video about Bohrium, including footage from our trip to Darmstadt where the element was created and named. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com And on Twitter at twitter.com
Music and the periodic table of elementsFergus Falls Daily JournalI studied the periodic table of elements in school. I worked diligently to learn all the symbols for the elements. I remember hydrogen, oxygen and maybe a couple more, but I've forgotten the rest. The same can't be said for the Flintstones lyrics. ...
Slate MagazineHow the Chinese edition of my book about the periodic table got such a risqué ...Slate Magazine17, 2011, at 10:03 AM ET I've been lucky enough to have my book published in a few countries now, and despite the universal subject matter—the periodic table—each country has had a different take on it. Some publishers merely tweaked the book: The ...
One of the world's most famous landmarks is made from soapstone. The Professor visited Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) during our recent trip to Rio de Janeiro. Slippery soapstone is rich in magnesium. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
WBEZSculptor Charles Ray: The man who lives inside a treeWBEZTwo new elements were officially added to the periodic table this month. The elements were discovered years ag... One of Chicago's early summer music festivals bends the ear, mind and eye. Neon Marshmallow is an annual thr... by Robin Amer Jun. ...
New Heavy Elements Need Geeky Names (GeekDad Weekly Rewind)Wired NewsAfter three years of review, a committee of chemists and physicists finally agreed to add them to the official Periodic Table of Elements. The new elements were created in an accelerator by hurtling calcium together with curium (forming Element 116) ...and more »
The GuardianScientists: Two new elements being added to periodic tableInternational Business TimesTwo new elements are joining the periodic table since their discovery by US and Russian scientists, said a top US chemistry expert on Friday. The two new elements have not been named, but are known as 114 and 116, and were discovered via atom-smasher ...How To Put A New Element On The Periodic TableNPRTwo new elements added to periodic tableAFPParty of Two Is Seated at the Periodic TableWall Street JournalBloomberg -Big Think (blog) -Boston Globeall 318 news articles »
The Best Anagram Ever, and Other Silly Periodic Table GamesSlate MagazineAt one point, while drowning in research for The Disappearing Spoon, I could pretty much name every element on the periodic table, in order. I was more than happy to let this "talent" lapse, however—it's not exactly the coolest thing to ...
...said. He added that he recently spoke about his work to some high school students and found them fascinated. To them the periodic table "is an icon," he said. "The fact that it can change and it can be added to, I think, is a novel idea for younger people." Not...
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Style Invitational Week 923: Chemical wordfare — write a new scientific termWashington PostBack in 1997, the Invitational contributed to modern chemistry by adding such elements to the periodic table as Limbaughium (“emits heat but no light . . . repellent to protons and electrons; only succeeds in attracting morons”) and, yes, ...
MF Hussain dies; Periodic Table expands; Weasel wielded as weaponWashington Post (blog)Two more elements have been added to the periodic table. Elements 114 and 116 — no names yet — are short-lived elements created in labs by smashing atoms together. Along with the table redesign, someone will need to rewrite this awesome song: By ...and more »
Antimatter and the Anti-Periodic TableSlate MagazineWhat sort of periodic table would hang on the wall in Bizarro's classroom? Probably the periodic table of antimatter—the anti–periodic table. Antimatter is the mirror image of the regular old matter all around us. Instead of our negatively charged ...
...Society committee on nomenclature, terminology and symbols. Before the two newcomers, the most recent addition to the periodic table came two years ago. Element 112 was named copernicium in honor of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. Making new elements is just...
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...elements to the periodic table. The still-unnamed elements 114 and 116 are both extremely radioac... TheIndyNews The Periodic Table now has new elements, like Ununhexium and Copernicum - but does anyone know what they do? http://t.co/Zhrqieg To...
Actionable InsightsThe New Periodic Table of SEOBusiness InsiderWe're kicking this off with a session on the new periodic table of SEO. If you haven't seen it, well, click that link over there and you will. Up on stage we have Danny Sullivan moderating Matthew Brown, Duane Forrester (Q+A only), Jeff MacGurn, ...SEO Ranking Factors Get Their Own Periodic TableSearch Engine JournalThe Periodic Table of SEO elementsbrowser mediaSEO periodic table developedInternet Marketing NewsActionable Insights -Small Business Trends -Braftonall 86 news articles »
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A ?periodic table? to help grasp investments betterEconomic TimesDo you remember reading about the periodic table of elements while in school? If you remember this fundamental bit from your school chemistry classes, then that will help you appreciate what I'm going to write and make you understanding your investment ...
...for understanding consumer financial products is almost complete , a good deal smaller than the 118 elements in the periodic table of elements. Let's put it through its paces by deconstructing a few common financial products . Consider a bank savings account...
PR Web (press release)Introducing: The Periodic Table Of SEO Ranking FactorsSearch Engine LandTo help clear away some of the mystery and fear for those new to SEO, and provide a “reset” for those who are experienced, we've created “The Periodic Table Of SEO Ranking Factors.” Clicking on the image above will take you to a download page with big ...Infographic: The Periodic Table Of SEO Ranking FactorspaidContent.orgall 95 news articles »
Chemistry officials have confirmed the creation of two new elements - so now names will be given to elements 114 and 116. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
...and 118, but said in its report that the evidence it reviewed was not yet strong enough to warrant their addition to the periodic table. Elements found to date at this extreme end of the table are ephemeral, but nuclear theorists suspect a class of super-heavy...
Our new strontium video includes a trip to the village of Strontian, a flame test and some footage of nuclear explosions! More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
Which elements are hardest to collect and display... Element collector Max Whitby tell us the ones he finds toughest. More videos at www.periodicvideos.com We're on Facebook at www.facebook.com
Our very own "Professor" - Martyn Poliakoff - is nominated for the prestigious role of Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society. More videos at www.periodicvideos.com More about the portraits in this video at periodicvideos.blogspot.com
Exploding Krakatoa tubes are a miniature version of just one theory of what caused Krakatoa's demise. Krakatoa (or Krakatau) was a volcanic island which famously blew apart in August 1883. More experiments at www.periodicvideos.com
Dr Max Whitby - the element collector - melts half a kilogram of silver and casts a solid cylinder of the precious metal. Max's website is www.periodictable.com Our website and videos can be found at www.periodicvideos.com
The Periodic Table of Videos team answer a viewer question: "Which element do you think is the coolest?" Answers include carbon, helium, boron, uranium, sulfur, platinum and caesium. More chemistry videos at www.periodicvideos.com We're on Facebook at www.facebook.com And Twitter at twitter.com
We show the emission spectra of several metallic ions using Pete's more spectacular methods. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
If your alcoholic drink is radioactive - that's a good thing! Main alcohol video at www.youtube.com We're on Facebook at www.facebook.com
Video about alcohol, particular focus on ethanol which is found in alcoholic drinks. We also show distillation. Want to do us a favour? Here's a chance to support charity and give something back to someone who helped us... periodicvideos.blogspot.com All our videos at www.periodicvideos.com
Would you buy a hard drive containing uranium? One of our team has made a significant breakthrough involving a uranium compound which acts as a molecular magnet. More chemistry videos at www.periodicvideos.com
We visit a disused mine in Ytterby, Sweden, where four elements on the periodic table were first discovered. This is a re-upload of the original video, now at higher quality. The elements named after Ytterby at Yttrium, Ytterbium, Erbium and Terbium. More chemistry videos at www.periodicvideos.com
On the day of Robert Bunsen's 200th birthday, we discuss his most famous invention. More chemistry videos at www.periodicvideos.com
The Professor shares some of his own research in the field of self-optimized chemical reactions... Letting a computer do all the "boring" work. You can download the paper for free until May 31... Details at periodicvideos.blogspot.com More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com Research supported by the EPSRC
In business suits, lab coats and dressed as everything from magnesium to Marie Curie, more than 200 chemists kicked up their heels for the 2011 International Year of Chemistry (IYC) with a mass dance and original rap at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 28 at the 241st American Chemical Society National Meeting. Funds for the International Year of Chemistry "Chemists Can Dance" rap were provided by the American Chemical Society. Download the original song here: web.1.c2.audiovideoweb.com www.acs.org/iyc2011/chemistscandance Original Lyrics and Music: Richard Li and Utsarga Sikder Event coordination: Rachael Bishop and Dammione Meyers Choreography: Richard Li, Rachael Bishop, Dammione Meyers, Larry Hartwell, Terri Taylor Video Direction/Music Remixing and Mastering: Adam Dylewski Camera operators: Sean Parsons, Kirk Zamieroski, Adam Dylewski, Janali Thompson, Doug Dollemore, Dru Korab Video Editing: Kirk Zamieroski and Adam Dylewski DJ: Dru Korab Video produced by the ACS Office of Public Affairs, Digital Services Unit Video produced by the ACS Office of Public Affairs, Digital Services Unit Lyrics: VERSE 1 International year of chemistry-- two thousand eleven We're representing science -- 24/7 We've got antimatter, fuel cells and a ton of Nobel Prizes Sustainable energy solves the problem as it arises Chemistry -- the central science, building blocks of life Engineering new solutions, rid the world of its strife We're part of the solution, we ain't no precipitate ...
A rhombus-shaped molecule is discovered by scientists. It is Tetrasilacyclobutadiene. The work was published in the journal Science. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
What is an exothermic reaction? More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
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We take a look at Carbon - one of the most important elements for our lives on Earth. We look at various forms of elemental carbon, from diamonds to exotic graphene and buckyballs. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com