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Solutions in Chemistry

There are 9 videos in this category and 32 videos in 3 subcategories.

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Ages: 3 - 10
Making Crystal Ornaments
From monkeysee.com, produced by Monkey See
This video gives step by step directions on how to make crystals using Borax, pipe cleaners, plastic cup, pencil, spool, and boiling water.  Although she makes a "holiday ornament" with the pipe cleaners, the experiment could be used at any time of t... [more]
June 4, 2010 at 12:08 PM
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Ages: 14 - 18
Electronics in Chemistry: Building Spectrophotometers
From youtube.com, produced by Joe O'Neill
“One of the most useful skills you could have as a chemist is to know electronics,” says Professor of Chemistry Amy Witter, whose new analytical chemistry class, Destroy Build Destroy, has students building their own spectrophotometers. A spectrophot... [more]
December 1, 2016 at 03:23 PM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Learn about the Science of Fudge
From 5min, produced by On Network
Learn about the Science of Fudge with this video from Dr. Kiki Sanford as she goes over the chemistry of fudge to explain how super saturation and crystallization are involved in making delicious fudge. Other key concepts include: solution, dissolve,... [more]
May 5, 2010 at 04:56 PM
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Ages: 13 - 18
The SOLUTIONS Song - (Solute and Solvent) - Rock with Journey's "Don't Stop Believing"
From YouTube
This song parody will reinforce some concepts regarding "solutions" in science. It distinguishes "solute" from "solvent" and emphasizes some of the characteristics of a solution and aqueous solutions. Mr. Edmonds uses visuals as he sings. This is a g... [more]
September 21, 2011 at 10:22 PM
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Ages: 13 - 18
Dissociation of Salt
From YouTube
This brief video uses computer animation and narration to explain the dissociation of salt (sodium chloride) in water - creating a sodium chloride solution. Run time 0:52.
June 10, 2010 at 07:54 PM
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Ages: 15 - 18
Net Ionic Equation
From YouTube, produced by brightstorm2
After writing and balancing equations, most chemistry teachers require students to write net ionic equations (especially in AP chem). It can seem confusing at first, but the teacher in this video makes it simple (09:37).
October 15, 2012 at 09:43 PM
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Ages: 16 - 18
Electrical Conductivity of Solutions
From YouTube, produced by Bob Burk
A chemical demonstration showing that ions must be present in solution for electrical conductivity. A good demonstration that explains the difference in dissolving and dissociation of ions (04:12).
September 5, 2012 at 07:24 PM
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Ages: 7 - 13
Growing Crystals
From YouTube
This is a science project done by the girl for Girl Scouts. It uses Epsom salt, pipe cleaner, pen, tap water and a cup. She explains what she did...
May 21, 2010 at 12:54 AM
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Ages: 10 - 18
A close look at carbon fiber
From wimp.com
A three minute video that shows how carbon fiber is made and some uses. Brief, but usable for older students.
August 13, 2010 at 08:39 PM
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