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Sodium: Element Period Table
From periodicvideos.com, produced by University of Nottingham
This 4:44 long video shows what sodium is like and how it reacts in different situations. Sodium is a very reactive metal and if dropped inside water, it explodes and when combined with chlorine, it creates table salt. Excellent overview.
Found by freealan in Sodium
July 16, 2011 at 10:12 PM
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Sodium, an informative introduction
From YouTube, produced by Periodic Table of Videos
This video provides a few interesting reactions using sodium.  The scientists narrate the video well, explaining the reaction as it is happening.  By the end of the video, students will have a good understanding of sodium, its properties, and uses.
Found by Anonymous in Sodium
October 14, 2008 at 03:17 AM
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Properties of Sodium
From periodicvideos.com, produced by Brady Haran
Watch chemists at the University of Nottingham cut sodium with a knife and place it in a bowl of water and see it ignite (04:32).
Found by tyler.arnold in Sodium
August 22, 2012 at 10:30 PM
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Dr. Bittner and The Electric Pickle 2
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Dr. Bittner does the electric pickle experiment. Voltage is placed across a pickle and the sodium ions in the pickling salt emits the classic yellow color (02:50).
Found by tyler.arnold in Sodium
September 5, 2012 at 08:15 PM
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The Electric Pickle
From YouTube, produced by Bob Burk
Chemical demonstration of the excitation of sodium atoms in a dill pickle by connecting it to 120 volts! (04:38)
Found by tyler.arnold in Sodium
September 5, 2012 at 08:09 PM
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