Chemistry

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    General Chemistry Concepts
    A 40-part course with Professor Dave Explains
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    Professor Dave covers the fundamentals of chemistry with short and simple lessons on using scientific notation, balancing chemical equations, understanding atomic theory, and more.

    Professor Dave covers the fundamentals of chemistry with short and simple lessons on using scientific notation, balancing chemical equations, understanding atomic theory, and more.

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    The Properties of Gases
    A 9-part course with The Science Classroom
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    Explore the basic properties of gases and learn how gas molecules move, are measured, and react to changes in pressure, volume, and temperature with easy-to-understand illustrations and examples.

    Explore the basic properties of gases and learn how gas molecules move, are measured, and react to changes in pressure, volume, and temperature with easy-to-understand illustrations and examples.

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    11-part Chemistry course
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    Introduction to Nuclear Chemistry
    An 11-part course with Amanda Holton
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    This course on nuclear chemistry and radioactive decay from Prof. Amanda Holton discusses the differences among alpha, beta, and gamma decay; nuclear fusion and fission; and nuclear kinetics.

    This course on nuclear chemistry and radioactive decay from Prof. Amanda Holton discusses the differences among alpha, beta, and gamma decay; nuclear fusion and fission; and nuclear kinetics.

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    Organic Chemistry Fundamentals
    A 46-part course with Professor Dave Explains
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    Organic chemistry can be complex and difficult to learn. Professor Dave makes learning organic chemistry easy with this comprehensive course that explains the basics in a structured and linear way!

    Organic chemistry can be complex and difficult to learn. Professor Dave makes learning organic chemistry easy with this comprehensive course that explains the basics in a structured and linear way!

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    5-part Chemistry course
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    Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
    A 5-part course with Amanda Holton
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    Are you a chemistry student delving into quantum mechanics? In this course, review historical, mathematical, and conceptual topics of quantum mechanics, and experiments that led to key findings.

    Are you a chemistry student delving into quantum mechanics? In this course, review historical, mathematical, and conceptual topics of quantum mechanics, and experiments that led to key findings.

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    Trends on the Periodic Table
    A 6-part course with Amanda Holton
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    Studying trends along the periodic table? In this intermediate chemistry course, learn all about periodic trends, and discuss concepts like effective nuclear charge and ionization energy.

    Studying trends along the periodic table? In this intermediate chemistry course, learn all about periodic trends, and discuss concepts like effective nuclear charge and ionization energy.

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    11-part Chemistry course
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    College Chemistry 101
    An 11-part course with The Science Classroom
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    Chemistry has sometimes been called the "central science" because it overlaps with so many other areas of science. In this course, review many topics covered in a typical college chemistry course.

    Chemistry has sometimes been called the "central science" because it overlaps with so many other areas of science. In this course, review many topics covered in a typical college chemistry course.

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    8-part Biology course
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    Diagnosing Medical Acid Base Disorders
    An 8-part course with MedCram
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    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

    with MedCram

    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

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    4-part Chemistry course
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    Introduction to Claisen Rearrangement
    A 4-part course with ChemChick
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    In organic chemistry, it's important to be familiar with the Claisen rearrangement. In this course, learn what molecules qualify for the reaction and review the steps of the rearrangement mechanism.

    In organic chemistry, it's important to be familiar with the Claisen rearrangement. In this course, learn what molecules qualify for the reaction and review the steps of the rearrangement mechanism.

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    Breathing Through Your Nose Helps You Remember Better
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    The olfactory system has privileged access to the regions of your brain that control memory and emotion.

    The olfactory system has privileged access to the regions of your brain that control memory and emotion.

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    The Number Of Female Nobel Laureates Grows By Two
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    For the first time ever, female scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry in the same year.

    For the first time ever, female scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry in the same year.

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    Borax: It’s What’s For Dinner
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    In the early 20th century, milk could be spiked with formaldehyde and pepper could contain coconut shells or charred rope—until a government chemist called f...

    In the early 20th century, milk could be spiked with formaldehyde and pepper could contain coconut shells or charred rope—until a government chemist called f...

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    Chemistry Nerdy Curio
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    Best of 2017 #5 | Serendipity
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    As Louis Pasteur once said, "Chance favors the prepared mind." Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is a dose of inspiration in the new year, focusing on discoveries made while we weren't looking for them.

    As Louis Pasteur once said, "Chance favors the prepared mind." Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity is a dose of inspiration in the new year, focusing on discoveries made while we weren't looking for them.

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    How to Make a Seashell - Just Add Water!
    A lesson with Minute Earth
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth, a look at the chemistry of seashells.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth, a look at the chemistry of seashells.

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    What is Freezer Burn?
    A lesson with Minute Earth
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    Why do ice cubes shrink, ice cream get frosty, and vegetables dry out in the freezer? Find out about how things can get "burnt" in the freezer in today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth.

    Why do ice cubes shrink, ice cream get frosty, and vegetables dry out in the freezer? Find out about how things can get "burnt" in the freezer in today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth.

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    Chemistry Nerdy Curio
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    Why Some Molecules Have Evil Twins
    A lesson with Minute Earth
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth, how your nasal spray's enantiomers could mean trouble.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth, how your nasal spray's enantiomers could mean trouble.

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    Which New Battery Technology Will Take Electric Vehicle...
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Lithium ion may be good enough for now, but experts say that new battery tech will bring EVs to the next level.

    Lithium ion may be good enough for now, but experts say that new battery tech will bring EVs to the next level.

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    Booting Up the Search for Better Batteries
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    New battery technology could make our devices safer, and help squeeze more power out of the grid.

    New battery technology could make our devices safer, and help squeeze more power out of the grid.

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