Chemistry Video Collection

Editor: Journal of Chemical Education
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: INTELECOM Learning

Single-User Purchase Price: $1000.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $1500.00
ISBN: 978-1-58-370124-9
Category: Science - Chemistry
Video Count: 903
Book Status: Available
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A comprehensive collection of key chemistry experiments that can be used to support observation and to augment and enhance laboratory-based chemistry classes.

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  • 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine Test for Carbonyl Compounds
  • A Complete Measurement With a Digital Pipettor
  • A Simple Redox Titration: Animation
  • A Simple Redox Titration: Procedure
  • Acetic Acid Titrated with Sodium Hydroxide
  • Acetic Acid
  • Acid Denatures Proteins
  • Acid-Base Indicator
  • Acidity of the Product: Acetic Acid and Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Acidity of the Product: Buffer Solution and Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Acidity of the Product: Hydrochloric Acid and Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Acidity of the Reactant: Acetic Acid
  • Acidity of the Reactant: Buffer Solution
  • Acidity of the Reactant: Hydrochloric Acid
  • Add Liquid Reagents
  • Add Solids to the Reflux Flask
  • Add the First Solvent
  • Add the Second Solvent
  • Adding Solutions to the Coffee Cup Calorimeter
  • Addition of Bisulfite to Cyclohexanone
  • Addition of Iodine to Alpha-Pinene (Version one)
  • Addition of Oxygen to Tetrakis(N,N-dimethylamino) Ethylene
  • Adhesive Properties of Magic Sand
  • Adjust Flow Rate
  • Adjusting a Burner
  • Adjusting the Heating Rate on a Mel Temp
  • Adjusting the Reservoir (Version one)
  • Aldol Condensation Reaction - Cinnamaldehyde
  • Aldol Condensation Reaction - Salicylaldehyde
  • Aldol Condensation Reaction - Vanillin
  • Aligning the Slit of a Spectroscope
  • Aluminum iodine reaction
  • Aluminum with Iodine
  • Ammonia Fountain
  • Ammonium dichromate volcano
  • Aniline-Formaldehyde Resin
  • Animation Illustrating the Demonstration
  • Apply Heat
  • Approaching the Endpoint
  • Aqua Regia
  • Aspirating Liquid into the Pipettor Tip
  • Assemble Apparatus
  • Assemble the Developing Tank
  • Assembling a Buchner Funnel
  • Assembling the Coffee Cup Calorimeter (Version one)
  • Assembling the Coffee Cup Calorimeter (Version two)
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Attach the Flask
  • Autocatalysis: Reaction of Permanganate with Oxalic Acid
  • Balance to Zero
  • Barometer Shape
  • Begin Development of the Plate
  • Beginning of Quantitative Transfer with a Volumetric Pipet
  • Beginning of a Complete Acid-Base Titration
  • Beginning of the First Sample Titration
  • Beilstein Test for Poly(vinyl chloride)
  • Benedict's Test for Fructose
  • Benedict's Test for Glucose
  • Benedict's Test for Sucrose
  • Big Barometer
  • Binding Protein to Coomassie Blue
  • Bleaching a Rose with Sulfur Dioxide
  • Blue Bottle
  • Boiling by Cooling - Counter Example
  • Boiling by Cooling - Demonstration
  • Boyle's Law: J-Tube
  • Bromination of Alkyl Benzenes
  • Bromination of Hexane Isomers
  • Bromination of Pentene
  • Bromine with Aluminum
  • Burning of sulfur to produce sulfur dioxide
  • Cadmium into copper(II) nitrate solution
  • Cadmium into lead(II) nitrate solution
  • Cadmium into silver nitrate solution
  • Canned Heat
  • Carbide Lamp
  • Carbon Atom with four Different Substituents (Chiral)
  • Carbon Atom with three Different Substituents (Achiral)
  • Carefully Reach the Endpoint
  • Cathode Ray Tube with Pinwheel
  • Cathode Rays and the Crookes Tube
  • Centrifuging a Sample
  • Chameleon Emulsion
  • Characteristics of a Recrystallization Solvent
  • Chart Recorder: Peaks Off Scale
  • Chart Recorder: Peaks are Too Close
  • Checking the Buret
  • Checking the Meter
  • Checking the Pipet
  • Cheeto, A
  • Chemiluminescence: Luminol
  • Chemiluminescence: Light Sticks
  • Chlorination of Methyl Benzenes
  • Chlorine with Acetylene (Version 1)
  • Chlorine with Acetylene (Version 2)
  • Chlorine with Aluminum
  • Chlorine with Copper
  • Chlorine with Hydrogen
  • Chlorine with Iron
  • Chlorine with Natural Gas
  • Chlorine with Sodium
  • Chromate-Dichromate Equilibrium
  • Chromic Acid Oxidation of Cyclohexane, Cyclohexene, and Cyclohexanol
  • Cleaning Oil Spills
  • Cleaning the Electrode
  • Cleaning the Syringe
  • Clinitest Tablet is Added to Glucose
  • Cluttered Work Area can be Dangerous
  • Co-spotting Compounds
  • Combustion of Hexane with Limited Oxygen
  • Combustion of Methane in Balloons
  • Combustion of Methane in a Bunsen Burner
  • Combustion of Nitrocellulose (Guncotton)
  • Combustion of Polyethylene and Polystyrene
  • Comparison of Barometers
  • Completing Crystallization in an Ice Bath
  • Completing the Development of the Plate
  • Completing the Rotary Evaporation
  • Completing the procedure
  • Components of a Computer Monitor
  • Components of an Oscilloscope Tube
  • Conductimetric Titration - Demonstration
  • Conductimetric Titration - Introduction
  • Conductivity Meter has a Dead Battery
  • Connect Water to the Condenser
  • Connecting the Leads to the Meter
  • Constructing a Baster Ball Cannon
  • Constructing a Rod Climbing Apparatus
  • Continue to Develop the Plate
  • Contrast Card
  • Controlling Spurts of Liquid
  • Controlling the Flow Rate of Drops
  • Cool Yellow Flame
  • Cool the Solution
  • Copper Penny with Concentrated Nitric Acid
  • Copper in Concentrated Strong Acids
  • Copper in Concentrated Sulfuric Acid
  • Copper into silver nitrate solution
  • Creating a Vacuum by Connecting to a Vacuum Pump
  • Critical Point of Benzene - Part One of Three - Introduction
  • Critical Point of Benzene - Part Three of Three - Temperature Decreases
  • Critical Point of Benzene - Part Two of Three - Temperature Increases
  • Crown Ether Catalyzed Oxidation of 2,6-Di-tert-butylhydroquinone
  • Crystallization of Supersaturated Sodium Acetate - Application
  • Crystallization of Supersaturated Sodium Acetate - Demonstration
  • Crystallization of Supersaturated Sodium Acetate - Measuring the Temperature
  • Crystals Form as Solution Cools (Narration, Real Time)
  • Crystals Form as Solution Cools (Narration, Time Lapse)
  • Curdling Milk
  • Curie Point of Nickel
  • Cyclohexane: Chair and Boat Conformations
  • Cyclohexane: Tracing the Chair Conformation
  • Dancing Sand Grains on a Square Chladni Plate
  • Dancing Sand Grains
  • Decant the Supernatant
  • Decolorization of Crystal Violet
  • Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide by Catalase
  • Dehydration of Sucrose with Sulfuric Acid
  • Delivering a Measured Volume of Liquid with a Digital Pipettor
  • Destructive Distillation of Wood
  • Developing the Plates
  • Diazotization of Aniline Derivatives: Diazo Coupling
  • Diazotization of Aniline Derivatives: Nitrous Acid Test
  • Diels-Alder Reaction of Anthracene and TCNE
  • Diels-Alder Visualization - Part one of three
  • Diels-Alder Visualization - Part three of three
  • Diels-Alder Visualization - Part two of three
  • Dilute to the Mark
  • Dispersing an Emulsion by Stirring
  • Dispersing an Emulsion with Aqueous Sodium Chloride
  • Dissolve the Acid Sample
  • Dissolve the Solid in Deionized Water
  • Dissolve the Solid in Hot Solvent
  • Dissolving a Solute in an Erlenmeyer Flask
  • Distillation Flask, Still Head, and Thermometer
  • Distillation Process
  • Do Not Heat a Closed Container
  • Do Not Remove the Burner Tube
  • Do Not Touch Discharge Tubes
  • Do Not Wear Loose Clothing in the Laboratory
  • Do Not Weigh Hot Objects
  • Draft Shield (Version one)
  • Draft Shield (Version two)
  • Drain the Pipet Tip
  • Draw Calibration Line
  • Drawing a Sample into the Syringe
  • Drinking Bird: Effect of Heat
  • Drinking Bird: Effect of Water (Condensation/Cooling)
  • Drinking Bird: Introduction
  • Dust Explosion in a Metal Can
  • Dyeing Wool and Cotton
  • Effect of Strong Base on Crystal Violet
  • Effect of Strong Base on Phenolphthalein
  • Effect of a Catalyst on Reaction Rate
  • Effect of condensation to liquid on the volume of gas
  • Effect of pH on the solubility of Casein
  • Effect of temperature on the volume of gas
  • Effects of Leaving Group
  • Effusion of carbon dioxide
  • Effusion of gases introduction
  • Effusion of helium
  • Effusion of methane
  • Effusion of nitrogen
  • Effusion of oxygen
  • Effusion of sulfur hexafluoride
  • Ejecting the Tip of a Digital Pipettor
  • Electrical conductivity apparatus animation
  • Electrical conductivity apparatus
  • Electrical conductivity of a molten salt animation
  • Electrical conductivity of a strong electrolyte animation
  • Electrical conductivity of a weak electrolyte animation
  • Electrical conductivity of aluminum metal
  • Electrical conductivity of aqueous ammonia
  • Electrical conductivity of aqueous sodium chloride
  • Electrical conductivity of aqueous sodium hydroxide
  • Electrical conductivity of distilled water
  • Electrical conductivity of ethylene glycol
  • Electrical conductivity of granular salt
  • Electrical conductivity of granular sugar
  • Electrical conductivity of granular zinc
  • Electrical conductivity of hydrochloric acid
  • Electrical conductivity of iodine granules
  • Electrical conductivity of molten candle wax
  • Electrical conductivity of molten salt
  • Electrical conductivity of molten sugar
  • Electrical conductivity of sodium chloride crystal
  • Electrical conductivity of sugar water
  • Electrical conductivity of sulfur
  • Electrical conductivity of vinegar (acetic acid)
  • Electrical conductivity of wax
  • Electrical conductivity of zinc
  • Electrochemical series: five metals in silver nitrate solutions
  • Electrolysis Animation
  • Electrolysis of Aqueous Lead(II) Nitrate
  • Electrolysis of Aqueous Silver Nitrate
  • Electrolysis of Aqueous Tin(II) Chloride - Time-lapse
  • Electrolysis of a neutral solution animation
  • Electrolysis of a sodium sulfate solution
  • Electrolysis of a sulfuric acid solution
  • Electrolysis of aluminum nitrate
  • Electrolysis of barium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of calcium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of cobalt(II) nitrate
  • Electrolysis of copper(II) nitrate
  • Electrolysis of distilled water
  • Electrolysis of hydrochloric acid solution with indicator
  • Electrolysis of hydrochloric acid solution
  • Electrolysis of lead(II) nitrate
  • Electrolysis of magnesium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of nickel(II) nitrate
  • Electrolysis of potassium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of silver nitrate
  • Electrolysis of sodium chloride solution with indicator
  • Electrolysis of sodium chloride solution
  • Electrolysis of sodium hydroxide solution with indicator
  • Electrolysis of sodium hydroxide solution
  • Electrolysis of sodium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of strontium nitrate
  • Electrolysis of tin(II) chloride
  • Electrolysis of tin(IV) chloride
  • Electrolysis of zinc nitrate
  • Electron Density of Aromatic Rings - Effect of Methyl Groups
  • Electron Density of Aromatic Rings - Effect of Substituents
  • Electrostatic attraction of a solid
  • Electrostatic attraction of acetone
  • Electrostatic attraction of dichloromethane
  • Electrostatic attraction of distilled water
  • Electrostatic attraction of ethanol
  • Electrostatic attraction of hexane
  • Electrostatic attraction of liquids experiment
  • Electrostatic attraction of tetrachloromethane
  • Electrostatic attraction of toluene
  • Endothermic Reaction: Cold Enough to Freeze Water
  • Endothermic Reaction: Resulting Gas is Basic
  • Endothermic Reaction: Temperature is Measured
  • Endpoint Colors
  • Energy from Oxidation of Food - A Cheeto
  • Energy from Oxidation of Food - A Piece of Celery
  • Energy from Oxidation of Food
  • Entropy-driven Stereoselectivity
  • Enzymatic Reaction: Changing Enzyme Amount
  • Enzymatic Reaction: Changing Substrate Concentration
  • Enzymatic Reaction: Changing Temperature
  • Enzymatic Reaction: Different Substrates
  • Equipment Assembly
  • Equipment for Extraction
  • Error in Inserting Capillary
  • Error in Removing the Supernatant with a Dropper
  • Ethanol Cannon
  • Evaporating and Collecting Solvent
  • Examples of Two Dimensional Nodal Patterns on a Square Chladni Plate
  • Excess Chemical
  • Exploding soap bubbles filled with hydrogen alone
  • Exploding soap bubbles filled with hydrogen plus more oxygen
  • Exploding soap bubbles filled with hydrogen plus some oxygen
  • Explosion of Red Phosphorus with Potassium Chlorate
  • Extinguishing a Burner
  • Extraction into the Aqueous Layer
  • Extraction into the Nonpolar Layer
  • Extraction of Dichloroindophenol
  • Extraction with Acid
  • Extraction with Base
  • Failure to Moisten and Seal Filter Paper
  • Falling balloons
  • Fehling's Test for Reducing Sugars
  • Ferric Chloride Test for Phenols
  • Ferrimagnetism - Part One of Two - Hematite and Magnetite
  • Ferrimagnetism - Part Two of Two - Testing for Magnetism
  • Ferrofluid
  • Fill a Capillary with Sample
  • Fill and Pack the Capillary Tube
  • Fill the Buret
  • Fill the Pipet
  • Filling a Capillary Tube
  • Filling a Mohr Pipet
  • Filling a Pipet with a Three-Way Bulb
  • Filling a Volumetric Flask Properly
  • Filling a Volumetric Flask Too Quickly
  • Filling a Volumetric Pipet
  • Filling and Emptying a Mohr Pipet Without Measuring Volume (Version one)
  • Filling and Emptying a Mohr Pipet Without Measuring Volume (Version two)
  • Filling the Buret
  • Filling the Separatory Funnel
  • Filtering a Mixture (Version one)
  • Filtering a Mixture (Version three)
  • Filtering a Mixture (Version two)
  • Filtration Equipment
  • Final Meniscus Reading
  • Floating Squares - Carbon Tetrachloride and Water
  • Floating Squares - Introduction
  • Fluidity of carbon dioxide gas
  • Fluidity of methane gas
  • Fluted Filter Paper (Version two)
  • Folding Filter Paper
  • Formation of Carbon from Carbohydrate: With Permanganate
  • Formation of Carbon from Carbohydrate: With a Rose Petal
  • Formation of Polyurethane Foam in Micro Gravity
  • Forming Solid Latex
  • Frequency Sweep - Round Chladni Plate
  • Gel Filtration Column
  • Gel Formation From Borax and Polyvinyl Alcohol
  • Glassware and Significant Figures
  • Glassware on Edge of Lab Bench is Dangerous
  • Glove (Chiral)
  • Glyceraldehyde and the Fischer Projection: Chirality
  • Glyceraldehyde and the Fischer Projection: Drawing the Fischer Projection
  • Gravity Filtration with Fluted Paper
  • Gravity Filtration with Folded Paper
  • HIV-1 Protease Monomers
  • HIV-1 Protease: An Inhibitor as Possible Treatment for AIDS
  • HIV-1 Protease: Cutting the Pre-protein - Inhibiting This Cutting
  • HIV-1 Protease: Introduction
  • HIV-1 Protease: Types of Models
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Bromide added to Chlorine
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Bromide added to Iodine
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Chloride added to Bromine
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Chloride added to Iodine
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Iodide added to Bromine
  • Halogen/Halide Redox Reactions: Iodide added to Chlorine
  • Halting the Briggs-Rauscher Reaction
  • Hand (Chiral)
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Cutting Lithium
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Diamond Scratching Glass
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Graphite
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Iodine
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Iron
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Lead
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Magnesium
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Selenium
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Sulfur
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Tin
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Grinding Zinc
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Peeling Layers of Molybdenum Disulfide
  • Hardness of Solid Substances - Shattering a Silicon Wafer
  • Heat Conduction by Diamond - Part One of Two - With Ice Cube
  • Heat Conduction by Diamond - Part Two of Two - With Butter
  • Heat Treatment of a Metal Bobby Pin - Annealing - Model of the Atomic Level
  • Heat Treatment of a Metal Bobby Pin - Annealing
  • Heat Treatment of a Metal Bobby Pin - Hardening
  • Heat Treatment of a Metal Bobby Pin - Tempering - Model of the Atomic Level
  • Heat Treatment of a Metal Bobby Pin - Tempering
  • Heating Above the Range of the Thermometer
  • Heating Denatures Proteins
  • Heating Rate (1 degree per minute)
  • Heating Rate (15 degrees per minute)
  • Heating Too Quickly
  • High and Low Density Polyethylene
  • Hot Filtration Process
  • Hot Glass can be Dangerous
  • Hot Plate Controls
  • Hydrochloric Acid Titrated with Sodium Hydroxide
  • Hydrogen Alone
  • Hydrogen Plus Chlorine Cannon - Animation
  • Hydrogen Plus Chlorine Cannon - Movie
  • Hydrogen Plus More Oxygen
  • Hydrogen Plus Some Oxygen
  • Hydrogen and chlorine cannon animation
  • Hydrogen and chlorine cannon
  • Hydrolysis of Hair in Strong Base
  • Hydrolysis of Wool in Strong Base
  • Hydrolysis of tert-Butyl Chloride
  • Hydrolyzing Sucrose with Invertase
  • Ice Bomb
  • Identify the Layers and Drain the Funnel
  • Immerse the Paper
  • Inducing Crystallization by Nucleation
  • Induction by Iron(II) of the Oxidation of Iodide by Dichromate - Part One of Two
  • Induction by Iron(II) of the Oxidation of Iodide by Dichromate - Part Two of Two
  • Initial Meniscus Reading
  • Injecting a Sample (Version one)
  • Injecting a Sample (Version two)
  • Insert Thermometer and Sample
  • Inserting the Capillary
  • Introduction to Reflux: Reactions at Constant Temperature
  • Inverting and Venting
  • Iodination of Aniline
  • Iodine Clock Reaction :Effect of Iodide
  • Iodine Clock Reaction: Effect of Acidity
  • Iodine Clock Reaction: Effect of Peroxide
  • Iodine Clock Reaction: Effect of Temperature
  • Iodine Clock Reaction: Effect of Volume, Same Concentrations
  • Iodine Clock Reaction
  • Iodine with Turpentine
  • Iodine with α–Pinene
  • Iodoform Test for Methyl Ketones
  • Iron with Iodine
  • Is the Flask Quantitatively Clean?
  • Isotopes: Heavy Water Ice Cubes - Comparison One
  • Isotopes: Heavy Water Ice Cubes - Comparison Two
  • Isotopes: Heavy Water Ice Cubes - Deuterium Oxide
  • Isotopes: Heavy Water Ice Cubes - Water
  • Keep Volatile Liquids Away From the Hot Plate
  • Keeping a Balance Clean
  • Ketene Generator
  • Lab Jack
  • Large Flasks
  • Lead Denatures Proteins
  • Lead into copper(II) nitrate solution
  • Lead into silver nitrate solution
  • Left Hand Control: Continuous Add and Swirl
  • Light Initiated Bromination of Pentane
  • Lighting a Burner
  • Lighting, Adjusting and Turning Off a Gas Burner
  • Like Dissolves Like - Demonstration
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment A - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment A - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment A - Step Two of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment B - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment B - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment B - Step Two of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment C - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment C - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment C - Step Two of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment D - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment D - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment D - Step Two of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment E - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment E - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment E - Step Two of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment F - Step One of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment F - Step Three of Three
  • Like Dissolves Like - Experiment F - Step Two of Three
  • Liquefaction of Carbon Dioxide - Part Four of Four
  • Liquefaction of Carbon Dioxide - Part One of Four
  • Liquefaction of Carbon Dioxide - Part Three of Four
  • Liquefaction of Carbon Dioxide - Part Two of Four
  • Loading a Centrifuge
  • Loading the Sample on the Paper (Part one)
  • Loading the Sample on the Paper (Part two)
  • Loss of Mass of Marble Chips in Nitric Acid
  • Loss of mass of marble due to reaction with nitric acid
  • Lucas Test for Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Alcohols
  • Magnesium with Air
  • Magnesium with Carbon Dioxide
  • Magnetic Stirrer
  • Making Barometers
  • Making Chemistry Videos
  • Making Separatory Funnel Protectors
  • Making a Spot Applicator
  • Manganese with Iodine
  • Manipulating the Separatory Funnel
  • Manual Mixing in a Full Test Tube
  • Manual Mixing in a Test Tube
  • Mark the TLC Plate
  • Measure Pressure and Check for Leaks
  • Measuring Liquids
  • Measuring Potential Difference
  • Measuring the Conductivity of a Solution (Version one)
  • Measuring the pH of an Analyte Solution
  • Mechanism of Nucleophilic Substitution - SN1
  • Mechanism of Nucleophilic Substitution - SN2
  • Memory Metal - Animation
  • Memory Metal - Demonstration
  • Mercury Barometer filled using a Vacuum Pump
  • Metal/Iodine Reactions and Cells: Aluminum with Iodine
  • Metal/Iodine Reactions and Cells: Motor with Aluminum
  • Metal/Iodine Reactions and Cells: Motor with Zinc
  • Metal/Iodine Reactions and Cells: Zinc with Iodine
  • Mixing the Liquids
  • Mixing the Solution in a Volumetric Flask
  • Mixing the Solution two
  • Mixing the Solution
  • Molecular Model of Butane
  • Molecular Model of Ethane
  • Molecular Model of Methane
  • More Mercury(II) Nitrate Causes Orange Tornado
  • More Potassium Iodide Removes Tornado
  • Multiple Ammonia Fountains - Demonstration
  • Multiple Ammonia Fountains - Reversing the Process
  • Must Mix When Diluting
  • NASA Reduced Gravity Airplane
  • Neutralization
  • Nitration of Acetaminophen
  • Nitrogen triiodide detonation
  • Noncovalent Interactions
  • Nucleophilic Addition to Quinones
  • Nylon Rope (Version one)
  • Nylon Rope (Version two)
  • Observing a Melting Range (Version one)
  • Octane
  • One-Point Calibration of a pH Meter
  • Optical Rotatory Dispersion: Polarized Light and Sucrose Solution in a Tall Cylinder
  • Orange Juice Clock: Connecting the Clock
  • Orange Juice Clock: Recording Voltage as a Function of Time
  • Orange Juice Clock
  • Organic Acid Solubility: Step One of Three
  • Organic Acid Solubility: Step Three of Three
  • Organic Acid Solubility: Step Two of Three
  • Osazone Formation
  • Oscillating Reaction: Belousov-Zhabotinskii - Movie
  • Oscillating Reaction: Briggs-Rauscher - Reaction Monitored with Electrodes
  • Oscillating Reaction: Briggs-Rauscher - With Stirring
  • Oscillating Reaction: Briggs-Rauscher - Without Stirring
  • Osmotic Pressure, Hydrostatic Pressure
  • Overfilling the Filter Paper
  • Overvoltage: Copper and Zinc with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Copper with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Lead and Zinc with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Lead with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Nickel and Zinc with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Nickel with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Platinum and Zinc with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Platinum with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Overvoltage: Zinc with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Oxidation States of Vanadium
  • Oxidation and reduction of copper
  • Oxidation of Alcohols with Chromic Acid
  • Oxidation of Aniline with Benzoyl Peroxide
  • Oxidation of Ascorbic Acid
  • Oxidation of Glycerin with Solid Potassium Permanganate (Version one)
  • Oxidation of Glycerine by Potassium Permanganate
  • Oxidation of Phenols with Sodium Periodate
  • Oxidation of Sucrose with Potassium Chlorate
  • Oxidation of glycerol by potassium permanganate
  • Ozone Casts a Shadow
  • Ozone is Produced
  • Packing the Sample
  • Paper Chromatography
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Cobalt(II) Chloride Hexahydrate
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Hexaamminecobalt(III) Chloride
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Hexaamminenickel(II) chloride
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Introduction
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Iron(II) Sulfate Pentahydrate
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Liquid Water
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Manganese(II) Sulfate Monohydrate
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Nickel(II) Sulfate Hexahydrate
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Potassium Hexacyanoferrate(II)
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Sodium Chloride
  • Paramagnetism: Compounds - Zinc(II) Sulfate Heptahydrate
  • Paramagnetism: Nitrogen and Oxygen - Background
  • Paramagnetism: Nitrogen and Oxygen - Nitrogen
  • Paramagnetism: Nitrogen and Oxygen - Oxygen
  • Paramagnetism: Oxidation States of Manganese - Manganese (III) Oxide
  • Paramagnetism: Oxidation States of Manganese - Manganese(IV) Oxide
  • Paramagnetism: Oxidation States of Manganese - Potassium Permanganate
  • Pencil (Achiral)
  • Permanganate Oxidation of Cyclohexane, Cyclohexene, and Cyclohexanol
  • Phase Change of Bromine from Liquid to Gas to Solid
  • Phase Change of Chlorine from Gas to Liquid
  • Phase Change of Iodine from Solid to Gas to Solid
  • Phenol-Formaldehyde Resin
  • Photochemistry: Silver
  • Piece of Celery, A
  • Piece of Food, A
  • Piezoelectric Effect: Part One of Two
  • Piezoelectric Effect: Part Two of Two
  • Place the Sample in the Apparatus
  • Placing Filter Paper in the Funnel
  • Placing Samples in a Double-Beam Spectrophotometer
  • Placing a Sample in a Hot Apparatus
  • Placing a Sample in a Single-Beam Instrument
  • Placing a Sample in the Hoover Melting Point Apparatus
  • Plastic Sulfur - Part Five of Five
  • Plastic Sulfur - Part Four of Five
  • Plastic Sulfur - Part One of Five
  • Plastic Sulfur - Part Three of Five
  • Plastic Sulfur - Part Two of Five
  • Polarimeter
  • Polarity and Lycopodium Powder
  • Polarization: Calcite Crystal
  • Polarization: Cellophane Film
  • Polarization: Liquid Crystal Display of a Calculator
  • Polarization: Plastic Box
  • Polarization: Plastic Cup
  • Polarization: Plastic Template
  • Polarized Light and Organic Molecules - Carvone Isomers
  • Polarized Light and Organic Molecules - Polarizing Filters
  • Polarized Light and Organic Molecules - Sucrose
  • Polyurethane Foam
  • Potassium Chlorate with Red Phosphorus
  • Potassium with Bromine
  • Pouring Liquids into the Funnel
  • Pouring Solids
  • Pouring a Liquid Down a Stirring Rod
  • Precipitating DNA
  • Precipitating Protein with Ammonium Sulfate
  • Precipitation reaction of potassium chromate and lead(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of potassium chromate and silver nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of potassium chromate and sodium nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium chloride and copper(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium chloride and iron(III) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium chloride and nickel(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium chloride and potassium nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium chloride and silver nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium hydroxide and copper(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium hydroxide and iron(III) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium hydroxide and nickel(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium hydroxide and silver nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium iodide and lead(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium iodide and mercury(II) chloride
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium iodide and potassium nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium iodide and silver nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium sulfate and barium nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium sulfide and cadmium(II) chloride
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium sulfide and copper(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium sulfide and lead(II) nitrate
  • Precipitation reaction of sodium sulfide and nickel(II) nitrate
  • Preparation and Combustion of Acetylene
  • Preparation for Weighing
  • Preparation
  • Prepare to Dissolve the Solid
  • Preparing a Mohr Pipet for Use
  • Preparing a Salt Bridge
  • Preparing a Sample
  • Preparing an Ice Bath
  • Preparing the Chromatograph
  • Preparing the Cuvette and Placing the Sample in the Spectrophotometer
  • Preparing the Developing Chamber Step One
  • Preparing the Development Chamber Step Two
  • Preparing the Electrodes of a Conductivity Meter
  • Preparing the Plates for Development (Part one)
  • Preparing the Plates for Development (Part two)
  • Preparing the Stationary Phase
  • Production of Sulfur Dioxide
  • Properties of Magic Sand
  • Properties of Ordinary Sand
  • Pulsating Electrochemical Reaction: Mercury Beating Heart
  • Purple Benzene
  • Qualitative Comparison of Viscosity
  • Quantitative Techniques Introduction
  • Quantitative Transfer of a Solid with a Finger-Held Weighing Bottle
  • Quantitative Transfer of a Solid with a Spatula
  • R- and S- Configurations
  • Reaction Rates when Acid is added to Sodium Bicarbonate - Full Version
  • Reaction Rates when Acid is added to Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Reaction of Aluminum with Bromine
  • Reaction of Bromine with Benzene, Phenol, and Toluene
  • Reaction of Bromine with Cyclohexane, Cyclohexene, and Benzene
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Acetylene (Version one)
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Acetylene
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Aluminum
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Copper
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Hydrogen
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Iodine
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Iron
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Natural Gas
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Potassium Bromide
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Potassium Iodide
  • Reaction of Chlorine with Sodium
  • Reaction of Iron with Sulfur
  • Reaction of Magnesium with Oxygen
  • Reaction of Ninhydrin with Amino Acids
  • Reaction of Nitrogen Monoxide with Oxygen to form Nitric Acid
  • Reaction of Silver Nitrate with Bromobutane Isomers
  • Reaction of Sodium Iodide with Bromobutane Isomers
  • Reaction of Sodium with Liquid Ammonia
  • Reaction of Zinc with Sulfur
  • Reaction of aluminum with iodine
  • Reaction of iron with iodine
  • Reaction of magnesium with carbon dioxide
  • Reaction of manganese with iodine
  • Reaction of nickel with iodine
  • Reaction of potassium and bromine
  • Reaction of sodium and chlorine
  • Reaction of zinc with iodine
  • Read Meniscus at Eye Level
  • Reading a McLeod Gauge Manometer
  • Reading the Barometer
  • Reading the Meniscus of Darker Liquids
  • Receiving Flask, Condenser, and Vacuum Adapter
  • Recording an Absorption Spectrum with a Spectronic 20
  • Red Bottle
  • Redox titration animation
  • Reduced-Pressure Distillation Process
  • Reducing Permanganate and Dichromate with Sulfur Dioxide
  • Regions of a Gas-Burner Flame
  • Relation of Miscibility to Chain Length of Organic Alcohols
  • Relative Reactivity of Alkali Metals: Lithium with Water
  • Relative Reactivity of Alkali Metals: Potassium with Water
  • Relative Reactivity of Alkali Metals: Sodium with Water
  • Releasing Liquid with a Three-Way Bulb
  • Releasing the Vacuum
  • Remove Chromatogram and Trace Front
  • Remove Crystals from Funnel
  • Remove the Liquid
  • Removing Air Bubbles from the Buret Tip
  • Removing Sample from Filter Paper (Version two)
  • Removing Sample from Funnel (Version one)
  • Removing Sample from Funnel (Version two)
  • Removing the Supernatant with a Dropper
  • Required Equipment
  • Right Hand Control: Continuous Add and Swirl
  • Right Hand Control: Stop and Swirl
  • Ring Strain - Demonstration
  • Ring Strain - Historical Note
  • Rinse a Mohr Pipet
  • Rinse the Beaker
  • Rinse the Buret
  • Rinse the Funnel
  • Rinse the Last Drop
  • Rinse the Pipet with Solution
  • Rinsing a Buret
  • Rinsing a Volumetric Flask
  • Rinsing and Filling a Buret
  • Rinsing the Solid
  • Rising balloons
  • Rough Titration
  • Round Chladni Plate: 1 Nodal Ring at 126 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 2 Nodal Rings at 380 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 3 Nodal Rings at 910 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 4 Nodal Rings at 1701 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 5 Nodal Rings at 2798 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 6 Nodal Rings at 4149 Hz
  • Round Chladni Plate: 7 Nodal Rings at 5926 Hz
  • Safety Match Chemistry
  • Secondary versus Tertiary Halides
  • Select a Weighing Container
  • Select the Solvents
  • Selecting a Heat Source
  • Selecting a Receiving Container
  • Selecting a Solvent
  • Separate the Layers
  • Separating the Two Layers
  • Separatory Funnel Safety
  • Setting Maximum Absorbance (Or Zero Transmittance)
  • Setting Up the Meter and Making a Measurement
  • Setting Zero Absorbance
  • Setting up a Filter Flask
  • Setup for Gravity Filtration
  • Setup for Vacuum Distillation
  • Shaking and Venting
  • Silver Mirror - Tollens Test for Aldehydes
  • Simple redox titration
  • Simulated Lead Storage Battery
  • Simulation of Dislocations in Metals - Part Two of Two
  • Simulation of Dislocations in Metals -Part One of Two
  • Snail Shell (Chiral)
  • Soap Emulsifies Hydrocarbons
  • Soda Lime and Sulfur Dioxide
  • Sodium Chloride Crystal Cleavage - Animation
  • Sodium Chloride Crystal Cleavage - Demonstration
  • Solid Potassium Permanganate with Glycerin (Version Two)
  • Solid Potassium Permanganate with Glycerin
  • Solvolysis of Bromobutane Isomers
  • Spot the TLC Plate with Sample
  • Square Chladni Plate: 1055 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 1377 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 1715 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 2685 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 3340 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 384 Hz and 389 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 482 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 782 Hz
  • Square Chladni Plate: 957 Hz
  • Starting the Rotary Evaporator
  • Steam
  • Stirrer Turned on Too Soon
  • Stirring Too Rapidly
  • Stopcock Closed Positions
  • Stopcock Flow Adjustment
  • Stopcock Open Positions
  • Stopcock
  • Striking a Safety Match
  • Strong and Weak Acids
  • Styrofoam Peanut Collapse
  • Sulfur with Iron
  • Sulfur with Zinc
  • Sulfuric Acid Titrated with Sodium Hydroxide
  • Sulfuric Acid into Ice
  • Sulfuric Acid into Water
  • Superabsorbent Polymer
  • Superconductivity - Part One of Three
  • Superconductivity - Part Three of Three
  • Superconductivity - Part Two of Three
  • Superheated Solution
  • Superheated Steam
  • Suspending the Paper
  • Tare Function
  • Techniques for approaching the endpoint.
  • Temperature and Reaction Rate
  • Thermite reaction
  • Thermochromism: Mercury(II) Iodide - Temperature Decreases
  • Thermochromism: Mercury(II) Iodide - Temperature Increases
  • Thermodynamic v kinetic control: forming mercury(II) iodide
  • Thin Layer Chromatography of Dyes
  • Titration Curves
  • Titration of acetic acid
  • Titration of hydrochloric acid
  • Titration of sulfuric acid
  • Titration with a pH Meter
  • Torricelli Barometer
  • Transfer Solid to Beaker and Dissolve
  • Transfer Solution
  • Transfer from Weighing Dish to Volumetric Flask
  • Transfer the Liquid
  • Transferring Liquids
  • Transferring Solid from Weighing Paper
  • Transferring a Liquid Sample with a Volumetric Pipet
  • Transferring a Liquid with a Mohr Pipet
  • Transferring a Measured Volume with a Mohr Pipet
  • Trying to Drain Liquid With the Stopper in Place
  • Turning Down the Heating Rate (Version one)
  • Turning on the Spectronic 20 (Version one)
  • Turning on the Spectronic 20 (Version two)
  • Two-Point Calibration of a pH Meter
  • Ultraviolet Light Can Damage Eyes
  • Unbalanced Centrifuge (Version two)
  • Unloading a Centrifuge (Version one)
  • Urea-Formaldehyde Resin
  • Use a Clean Container
  • Using a Buret to Measure Liquid Volumes
  • Using a Finger-Held Weighing Bottle
  • Using a Paper Strap to Hold the Weighing Bottle
  • Using a Spatula
  • Using a Standard Bulb with a Mohr Pipet
  • Using a Standard Bulb
  • Using a Thermometer with Magnetic Stirrer
  • Using a Three-Way Bulb
  • Using a Weighing Spoon
  • Using an Indicator During a Titration (Part one)
  • Using an Indicator during a Titration (Part two)
  • Using and Storing a Solution Prepared in a Volumetric Flask
  • Using pH Paper
  • Using the Spectroscope
  • Vacuum Filtration
  • Vapor Pressure of a Mixture: Raoult's Law - Example Two Ending
  • Vapor Pressure of a Mixture: Raoult's Law - Example Two
  • Vapor Pressure of a Mixture: Raoult's Law
  • Vapor Pressure: Collapsing Balloon
  • Vapor Pressure: H-bonding vs. dipole-dipole attraction
  • Vapor Pressure: Molecular Polarity
  • Vapor Pressure: Molecular Size - Methanol and Ethanol
  • Vapor Pressure: Molecular Size - Pentane, Hexane and Heptane
  • Vapor Pressure: Using Barometers
  • Vapor Pressure: Water and Ethanol
  • Viscosity of Liquids - 1-Pentanol
  • Viscosity of Liquids - 2,2,4 -Trimethylpentane
  • Viscosity of Liquids - Capillary Length Test
  • Viscosity of Liquids - Hexane
  • Viscosity of Liquids - Octane
  • Viscosity of Liquids - Qualitative Test
  • Viscosity of Liquids - Water
  • Visualization with a UV Lamp (Version one)
  • Visualization with a UV Lamp (Version two)
  • Volume of Carbon Dioxide from One Mole of Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Volume of Gas from a Mole of Liquid Nitrogen
  • Volume of Gas from a Mole of Solid Carbon Dioxide
  • Volume of a Mole of Gas From Carbon Dioxide - Draft
  • Wait Before Reading Meniscus
  • Washing the Solid
  • Water Added to Burning Hexane
  • Water Droplets do not Soak Through Magic Sand
  • Water gas reaction
  • Weighing Sample Conclusion
  • Weighing Sample Example Two
  • Weighing Sample Three
  • Weighing Samples two and three
  • Weighing Volatile Liquids
  • Weighing Wet Samples
  • Weighing a Sample
  • Weighing a Solid: Taring
  • Weighing with Weighing Paper
  • With NaOH
  • Writing P4
  • Writing with White Phosphorus Example One
  • Writing with White Phosphorus Example Two
  • Writing x
  • Zinc into cadmium nitrate solution
  • Zinc into copper(II) nitrate solution
  • Zinc into lead(II) nitrate solution
  • Zinc into silver nitrate solution
  • Zinc iodine reaction
  • Zinc with Iodine