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A sweet treat with a deadly trick for Halloween – glycyrrhizic acid, or glycyrrhizin, is found in black liquorice and sweeter than sucrose, but can cause heart problems and even prove fatal if consumed in excessChemistry World による
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This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapters Three through Five in our textbook) for Chemistry 221. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05.mp3Michael Russell による
#067 Guess what time of year it is. It's spooky time! One thing we see a lot of during this time of year, is things that glow. And you better believe that's chemistry. So how do glowsticks glow? How does bending the glowsticks start that process? What's mixing with what, and seriously how the heck does it glow? Let's find out. This episode is spons…
The volatile compounds released by microbial communities on cheese rinds shape and shift a cheese’s microbiome. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American による
Helium shortage 3.0 is winding down. But 2021 is likely to bring more changes to the global market for this critical, non-renewable gas. And even if there isn’t another crunch, scientists who use helium are tired of unstable supply of a material they need to keep their instruments running. In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, we’ll look at what’s b…
It’s the end times in this episode as we’re reading The End of Everything (Astrophysically Speaking). In five scenarios, cosmologist Katie Mack explores how the universe might meet its ultimate demise and what this might look like if anyone were still around to see it. The book promises to be a wildly fun ride to the farthest reaches of scientific …
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapters Three through Five in our textbook) for Chemistry 221. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/CH221CG05.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 that introduces redox reactions as well as oxidation and reduction. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05RedoxIntro.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which offers tips on recognizing redox reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05RedoxRecognize.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which looks at oxidation numbers and their use in redox reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05RedoxOxNums.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 3 in CH 221 that introduces molarity and solution concentration. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05Molarity.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 3 in CH 221 which examines how solutions can be prepared from dilution methods. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05SolnDiln.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 that examines titrations and their usefulness. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05Titrations.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which examines the pH scale and solution stoichiometry. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05pHSolnStoich.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which introduces energy from a chemistry perspective. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06IntroEnergy.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 that introduces Thermodynamics, the science of energy transfer. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06Thermodynamics.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which looks at energy changes with no change of state - the q = mC(del)T equation https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06qmCDelT.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which examines energy changes with a change of state. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06qChngState.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which introduces enthalpy, (del)H, and how it can assist the chemist. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06Enthalpy.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which looks at heat of formation values and Hess's Law. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06HeatFormation1.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 5 in CH 221 which continues to look at the utility of heats of formation for reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch06HeatFormation2.mp4Michael Russell による
Bonus Episode: Chemistry at Home 6 Here's another bonus episode dedicated to teaching a specific chemistry experiment you can do at home. This month, we see what happens when we blend up red cabbage and water, and mix it with six different substances. References Evaluation of red cabbage dye as a potential natural color for pharmaceutical use Neela…
Also known as 'milk of amnesia', propofol helps to prevent perception of pain in surgery – just don't forget its dangerous sideChemistry World による
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This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Four (which covers Chapter Four in our textbook) for Chemistry 221. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04.mp3Michael Russell による
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Four (which covers Chapter Four in our textbook) for Chemistry 221. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/CH221CG04.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which looks at the chemical reaction and the features of them. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04TheReaction.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which discusses techniques used to balance chemical reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04BalancingEquations.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which looks at theoretical and actual yields (and percent yield as well!) https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04TheoActYields.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which discusses limiting reactants and their meaning in chemistry. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04LimReac.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which looks at percent composition and how the chemical reaction can assist in its determination. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04MassPercent.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which examines methods used to find empirical formulas of hydrocarbons through combustion analysis. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04HydrocarbonEF.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 which examines methods used to find empirical formulas of hydrocarbons containing oxygen through combustion analysis. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch04EFCHO.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 3 in CH 221 which introduces solutions in chemistry. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05SolutionsIntro.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 that looks at net ionic reactions - the "action of the reaction" - as well as precipitation reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05NetIonicPPTRxn.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 4 in CH 221 that looks at more reaction types: acid/base, gas-forming and combustion reactions. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05ABGFCombRxn.mp4Michael Russell による
A screencast from Chapter 3 in CH 221 which examines acids and bases in greater detail. https://mhchem.org/221/classroom/zAudio/Ch05AcidsBases.mp4Michael Russell による
#066 This week we take a teeny tiny step into the vast, intimidating sea of essential oils. Not to worry, we're sticking to the chemistry. And we're exploring one of the smelliest, purply-est ones. Firstly, what is lavender oil? And how do we get it out of the lavender plant? And what does it do? And can I put it on my meatball sub? This episode is…
The mass-extinction asteroid happened to strike an area where the rock contained a lot of organic matter and sent soot into the stratosphere, where it could block sunlight for years. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American による
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 14 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about buying renewable items, missed puns, polymers, spilling hot water, superglue, the future of the podcast, and much more! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. Want to start your own podcast? Us…
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Hepatitis C drug sofosbuvir made waves when first launched – quicker to work and with fewer side effects than existing drugs, but it came with a hefty price tagChemistry World による