The ClickView Productions Team have worked hard on this fantastic remake of the classic chemistry video, Atom Bond. Perfect for use in middle to senior secondary classrooms, the new ClickView series is designed to teach students the different types of chemical bonds between atoms and the chemical compounds they form
In tribute to the original, released in 1999 by John Davis, the remake has stayed true to much of the script and hilarious chemistry puns, and is both highly educational and entertaining.
As part of Science Week, we are providing Episode 1, The Atom with the Golden Electron, free for a limited time to all Australian schools. Celebrate by sharing the video with your students.
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.View on ClickView
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The Atom with the Golden Electron is the first episode in our new four-part series, all of which are now available on ClickView. Learn about the other three episodes below:
Gold finally meets the mysterious Chlorine and they try bonding, but to no avail. Suddenly Carbon and his heavies…View on ClickView
In a secret location, Copper and Silver separate Chlorine from Potassium. Gold and Chlorine return to Carbon’s…View on ClickView
In the hideout, Chlorine is trapped in Carbon’s buckyball, and Gold is put behind bars. When released, Ethanol takes…View on ClickView
“They’ve remade Atom Bond – get the popcorn out, classic Chemistry cheese!”
Chemistry Teacher, eLearning Specialist
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