Contains 160 Videos
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 to have. It opens a world of possibilities for students of middle to senior level science, chemistry and physics. Show Less
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 science and technology. Students of middle to senior level science, chemistry and physics will find this an invaluable learning resource. Show Less
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 between volume and surface area. It provides students of middle to senior level science, chemistry and physics with insights to phenomena at the smallest imaginable scale. Show Less
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 final attempt at destroying the molecule has little effect. Carbon’s heavies throw Gold and Chlorine into some aqua regia – and the pair finally bond. Show Less
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 meet Oxygen – now an Ozone molecule. Carbon has followed them and calls in Cyanide to dissolve Gold, and our hero is taken to the DNA coding hideout. Show Less
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 Gold calls for backup. Water arrives and Potassium Chloride is taken to a secret location. Can the ionic bond be broken? Show Less
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 bonding – vital information for Project D. Gold thinks it’s time to meet the Queen of the Bleach, Chlorine, but the others are not so sure. Show Less
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 solubility, conductivity, hardness, magnetism... Through these properties, we will understand the uses and applications of the materials in our daily life. Show Less
Objective: To study the reaction of acids with bases. Learning Outcomes: 1. Describe the reaction of acids and bases. 2. List the products formed on reaction of acids with bases.
Students will learn about the effect that electricity has when it is conducted through a variety of mediums. Students will also learn about electroplating and electrolysis.
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 detail, with the help of graphics and animation demonstrating their similarities and differences. Students will learn why elements are organised into specific groups and their relations to the rows and columns of the periodic table. Interactive periodic table can be found here: http://www.ptable.com/ Show Less