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Take a quick teaser look at some footage from our trip to Darmstadt, where six elements on the periodic table were created.
Watch as we burn magnesium in a block of solid carbon dioxide, and The Professor gives his view on global warming. More at www.periodicvideos.com
We look at carbon dioxide as a gas and solid (dry ice), but more unusually as a liquid. This is part of our "Molecular Videos" series. More at www.periodicvideos.com
We dissolve gold into aqua regia (a mixture of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid) for the first of our extra "Molecular Videos" series. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
...the Periodic Table of the Elements in a variety of media. The works are displayed on the project website ( www.azuregrackle.com/periodictable/table ). One element that's missing? The element of surprise. As is the case with most cool websites these days, the...
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We use Nitric Acid to remove the oxide layer and show you some pure Uranium. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
Make sure you have Iodine in your diet, or you may get "Derbyshire Neck". More elements at www.periodicvideos.com
The Periodic Table of Videos produces a special film to celebrate our 200th film. Some highlights from the project so far. Visit us at www.periodicvideos.com
A silver mirror experiment we filmed but did not use in our recent silver video. More at www.periodicvideos.com
Bromine if one of the few elements which is liquid at room temperature and it's known for its "stench". More at www.periodicvideos.com
An astronomer shows us why the periodic table is much simpler through his eyes. More about the creation of the elements at www.youtube.com
We've updated our video about element 114 after two more atoms of the synthetic element were created!
The Professor delivers his verdict and "dog toy" explanation of this year's Nobel Prize winning research.
An 8-minute loop that highlights each and every one of the chemical elements in the periodic table. For more, see periodictable.com and don't miss my book The Elements at http
Boing Boing Video proudly debuts "Meet The Elements," a new animated music video from They Might Be Giants. This animated, upbeat ode to the periodic table of elements and how they form our world, appears on the new TMBG kids' album "Here Comes Science." Video directed by Feel Good Anyway. * At Boing Boing, Cory reviews the new album here. www.boingboing.net * Boing Boing post about the video here: www.boingboing.net * TMBG online: www.theymightbegiants.com * Buy "Here Comes Science" tinyurl.com * More Boing Boing Video: boingboing.net * Feel Good Anyway: feelgoodanyway.com (Thanks, John Flansburgh!)
The sparks will fly as The Professor discusses element number 58. More chemistry at www.periodicvideos.com
Electronegativity, metallic nature and atomic radius.
What an ion is. Using the periodic table to understand how difficult it is to ionize an atom.
Properties of alkali, alkaline earth and transition metals. Halogens and noble gases.
We re-create the chemical reaction that allowed astronauts to blast free from the Moon's gravity... and show why it has a surprising connection with The Periodic Table of Videos. More at www.periodicvideos.com
In our last video we baked a "chemistry cake" to celebrate our first birthday on youtube - now we're going to dispose of it! More at www.periodicvideos.com
To celebrate our first birthday, we decide to bake ourselves a special cake in the lab - and talk about chemistry, of course. More at www.periodicvideos.com
In a Valentine's Day special, The Professor presents a series of random facts about chocolate and roses, and then gives some relationship advice at the end! All our films at www.periodicvideos.com
Why do we put salt on the roads and what is the difference between snow and ice? See all our videos at www.periodicvideos.com
The Professor discusses all sorts of stuff about tea to mark the Chinese New Year. More Periodic Table of Videos at www.periodicvideos.com
Our updated Oxygen video features new footage displaying the paramagnetism of liquid oxygen. All the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
A cool experiment called "the barking dog" is part of our new and improved video about Sulfur. See all our films at www.periodicvideos.com
Potassium is an "evil" element, but it's crucial to life. In this video see some violent explosions and the gentle creation of a potassium mirror. All our element videos at www.periodicvideos.com
What was this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry all about? Our professor watches the live announcement then talks in simple terms about the winners. Two previous winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry are fans of our youtube videos. Read their testimonials at www.periodicvideos.com
Find out more about the Periodic Table!
Special submarines and heavy-duty glass - find out all about element number 82. All the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
By Tom Lehrer, whole song with all lyrics. what you think?
What would you do if you spilt the uk's entire stock of plutonium onto your wooden work bench? Videos (and more fun stories) about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
See some real life uranium in this new video about element number 92 - the so-called "bogeyman of the periodic table". Videos like this about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com Our older video about uranim is at www.youtube.com
Arsenic is element number 33. Videos about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
Gadolinium is element number 64. Videos about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
Platinum - often associated with jewellery and motor cars - is element number 78. All the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
Neon, an inert gas, is element number 10. All the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
The liquid metal Mercury is element number 80. Videos about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
Carbon is an element which is essential to life. Videos about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
An updated version of our oxygen video can be found at www.youtube.com Oxygen is element number 8 and is among the most "famous" of the elements. See them all at www.periodicvideos.com
Ununtrium is element number 113 on the periodic table. But why make it? All the elements on video at www.periodicvideos.com
Famously reactive, but for one scientist sodium is a "motherly" element? Videos about all the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
Donald Duck voices and floating balloons. Helium is element number 2 on the periodic table. All the elements at www.periodicvideos.com
A newer version of our hydrogen video can be found at www.youtube.com Ready for a big bang? Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table and the most abundant element in the universe. www.periodicvideos.com
We're making a video about each element on the periodic table. Subscribe here to see them, or visit our website at www.periodicvideos.com
...http://theodoregray.com/PeriodicTable/MSP/ElementBanners Gray says about 30-40% of English words/names work this way, and you can choose between versions where the letters are pretty obvious and ones where they are small, like in the poster. Kathy Ceceri...
Animation succinctly develops the relationship between the electronic structure of an atom and its properties, demonstrating clearly why there are families of elements and gradual changes in the properties of elements arranged by atomic number across the table. 23 minutes, color. direct link to purchase complete program: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
CHEMISTRY element song
The location of the elements in the periodic table. Lyrics: There's antimony, arsenic, aluminum, selenium, And hydrogen and oxygen and nitrogen and rhenium, And nickel, neodymium, neptunium, germanium, And iron, americium, ruthenium, uranium, Europium, zirconium, lutetium, vanadium, And lanthanum and osmium and astatine and radium, And gold and protactinium and indium and gallium, (gasp) And iodine and thorium and thulium and thallium. There's yttrium, ytterbium, actinium, rubidium, And boron, gadolinium, niobium, iridium, And strontium and silicon and silver and samarium, And bismuth, bromine, lithium, beryllium, and barium. There's holmium and helium and hafnium and erbium, And phosphorus and francium and fluorine and terbium, And manganese and mercury, molybdenum, magnesium, Dysprosium and scandium and cerium and cesium. And lead, praseodymium and platinum, plutonium, Palladium, promethium, potassium, polonium, And tantalum, technetium, titanium, tellurium, (gasp) And cadmium and calcium and chromium and curium. There's sulfur, californium and fermium, berkelium, And also mendelevium, einsteinium, nobelium, And argon, krypton, neon, radon, xenon, zinc and rhodium, And chlorine, carbon, cobalt, copper, tungsten, tin and sodium. These are the only ones of which the news has come to Hahvard, And there may be many others but they haven't been discahvered. Source: members.aol.com/quentncree/lehrer/elements.htm