Acids and Bases
SKU: 35316
Use this video to familiarize students with the properties of acids and bases. Beginning with an overview of how these two kinds of chemicals react to or neutralize each other, the program explores Arrhenius's ideas on ion release and Lowry and Bronsted's theory of proton exchange. Details on the pH scale, indicators, conjugate bases, and Lowry-Bronsted reactions are featured along with numerous examples of acid and base applications-cleaning agents, electric batteries, stomach antacids, and indicators in analytical chemistry experiments. Viewers will find the video's lively demonstrations and their use of everyday objects and materials particularly helpful. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (31 minutes)

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Atomic Structure
SKU: 10128
Atomic structure lies at the crossroads of both chemistry and physics, and this program examines a field of study crucial to both: the scientific shell game known as quantum mechanics. Schrodinger's mathematical distribution and the Pauli Exclusion Principle; electron orbitals and the three types of quantum numbers; and shells, subshells, and nodes are all discussed. A thorough demonstration of writing electron configurations is included as well. (27 minutes)

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Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds
SKU: 39604
All matter in the observable universe-from a single blade of grass to a planet in a faraway galaxy-is made up of atoms, molecules, and compounds. This program introduces these minuscule building blocks in five sections: The Nucleus (protons and neutrons, energy shells, binding energy, fission and fusion); The Electrons (quantum numbers, spdf orbitals); The Elements (periodic table, valence electrons, ions and ionization energy, electronegativity, covalent and ionic bonds); The Energy of Atoms (exothermic and endothermic reactions, spontaneous reactions, Gibbs free energy, activation energy, catalysts); and Common Compounds (properties of sodium chloride and water, polarity). A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production. A part of the series Essential Chemistry. (25 minutes)

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Changing States of Matter
SKU: 35306
This program demonstrates the changeability of solids, liquids, and gases with real-world, easy-to-understand examples. Set at a campsite, the video utilizes simple tools at hand-a camp stove, pots and pans, boiling water, and ice-to explain the concepts of state change, latent heat, expansion, contraction, and sublimation. Viewers will become familiar with the particle theory of matter, how heat or cold changes the characteristics of a wide variety of materials, and how a great deal of technology relies on these transformations. Helpful animation sequences and concise chapter summaries reinforce essential physics and chemistry concepts. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (28 minutes)

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Chemical Bonding
SKU: 7743
This four-part series provides a comprehensive introduction to the chemical bonding processes. Using computer-generated models and examples from everyday life, each program illustrates the principles of bonding relevant to high school and college chemistry courses. 4-part series, 17-22 minutes each.

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Chemical Reactions
SKU: 39605
What do fireworks, a fried egg, and a rusting truck have in common? They all involve chemical reactions. This program illustrates the mechanics of chemical reactions in five sections: Chemical Reactions (reactants and products, state changes, diatomic elements and molecules, Law of Conservation of Mass); Chemical Bonding (Octet Rule, ionic and covalent bonds); Types of Chemical Reactions (synthesis and decomposition reactions, single and double displacement reactions, acid/base reactions, exothermic and endothermic reactions); Reaction Rates (moles, kinetic energy, solutes and solvents, catalysts, activators and inhibitors, enzymes); and Reactions All Around Us (photosynthesis and chemosynthesis, autotrophs and photoautotrophs, bioluminescence). A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production. A part of the series Essential Chemistry. (28 minutes)

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Chemistry Experiments and Processes
SKU: 5772
11-part series.

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Chemistry in Action
SKU: 1362
This series is designed to relate basic concepts of chemistry to commercial chemical process technologies and to link textbook learning to the production of commonly used materials. 10-part series, 20 minutes each.

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Chemistry of Carbon: A Very Versatile Atom
SKU: 40283
From charcoal to diamonds, carbon is essential to a multitude of products-and to life itself. This program illustrates the mechanics of the carbon cycle, explores some of the special properties of the ubiquitous element, and looks at the importance of carbon in the chemical makeup of all living things. Describing the best-known carbon allotropes, the program examines the characteristics and uses of charcoal, graphite, and diamond, including synthetic diamonds. Students witness an experiment showing that limestone contains carbon and are given important information on carbon dioxide and the molecules known as fullerenes. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (12 minutes)

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Chemistry: Changing States of Matter
SKU: 33881
This Science Screen Report uses experiments and everyday phenomena to explore the properties of matter and how physical forces cause state changes at the boiling, melting, freezing, and dew point. The program also demonstrates how different states of matter can be combined in suspensions and solutions and how such mixtures can be separated into their components. Applied chemistry is spotlighted in the areas of food manufacturing and water desalination. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. Produced in association with the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology and the Junior Engineering Technical Society. (14 minutes)

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Chemistry: The Standard Deviants(r) Core Curriculum
SKU: 11744
Guaranteed to cause a reaction, this potent ten-part set, adapted from the popular series developed for students to enhance their test-taking skills, combines serious academic content with a humorous presentation style to help make chemistry more accessible. Each program skillfully employs elements such as clever mnemonics, high-tech computer graphics, and entertaining vignettes to boost retention and confidence while driving home core concepts through concise explanations and challenging problems. Modules include: • Introduction to Matter, the Elements, and Units of Measure • Chemical Equations and Atomic and Molecular Mass • Moles, Percent Composition, and the Empirical Formula • Solution Stoichiometry • Thermochemistry • Atomic Structure • Chemical Bonding • Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories • Gases and States of Matter • Properties of Solutions Joining the Standard Deviants Academic Team in the creation of this set are David Rowley, Ph.D., and David Ramaker, Ph.D., both of George Washington University. Correlates to all applicable state and national standards. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. (4 hours)

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Corrosion Chemistry
SKU: 40285
This program is designed to introduce students to the chemistry involved in the process of corrosion. After illustrating how iron is refined and steel is made, Corrosion Chemistry explains the causes of corrosion, necessary conditions for corrosion to occur, which metals will corrode, redox reactions, galvanic cells, and corrosion minimization. Laboratory experiments and animated graphics are interspersed throughout. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (30 minutes)

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Essential Chemistry
SKU: 39603
Filmed at Widener University and the Chemical Heritage Foundation, this five-part series spotlights foundational aspects of chemistry that every science student needs to know. Footage of laboratory experiments reinforcing important concepts, sophisticated animations illustrating technical points of discussion, and commentary by experts passionate about science make Essential Chemistry an indispensable educational tool. Viewable/printable instructor's guides are available online. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production. 5-part series, 22-28 minutes each.

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Explosion on the Lady Delia (Oxygen)
SKU: 2898
The Lady Delia was an oil rig supply level which was being refitted by highly professional workers who understood their work and their tools but were blithely unaware of the meaning of the chemical environment in which they worked. The first clue that things were different was that the cigarettes the men were smoking burned very quickly; that seemed odd but not dangerous. Then someone threw a burning butt to the ground, and within minutes a flash fire broke out. The subsequent investigation determined that an error caused the admission of oxygen into the area, and showed at what point sufficient oxygen was present so that a cigarette could cause an explosion. As it follows the investigation, the program explains the nature of oxygen and of combustion-and of the perils of being ignorant of the basics of chemistry. (26 minutes)

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Gases and States of Matter
SKU: 10131
In part one of this program, chemistry authorities, including Helium Man" and two janitors, lay down the law-Boyle's Law, Graham's Law, and Dalton's Law. They also present the Kinetic Molecular Theory and the Ideal Gas Equation and elaborate on partial pressures and the difference between diffusion and effusion. Part two investigates kinetic energy; ion-dipole, dipole-dipole, and London dispersion forces; hydrogen bonds; phase diagrams; and vapor pressure. (33 minutes)"

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