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This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Three (which covers Chapter Twenty in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/cg03.mp3저자 Michael Russell
#127 If you've ever had acne, you've probably tried some creams or washes with "benzoyl peroxide" somewhere on the label. How is it that this specific ingredient is helpful for fighting acne? What is happening at the molecular level when we apply some benzoyl peroxide to our acne? Let's find out! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show…
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Imagine you’re an atmospheric chemist. There’s a pandemic. And public health officials release information about how the virus spreads from one person to another—information that directly contradicts your knowledge of how tiny particles move in the air. What do you do? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, Jose-Luis Jimenez and Kimberly Prather talk…
In this episode, we discuss Her Hidden Genius. It’s the new book by Marie Benedict, a lawyer and best-selling author who unearths the historical stories of women who have left important legacies. In this her third book about a female scientist, Benedict chronicles the life of Rosalind Franklin, an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who labo…
Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy In This episode: definition of oxidation state / number rules for assigning oxidation numbers 'standard' oxidation states (and exceptions) walk through examples how to use oxidation numbers Contact me: Instagram @chemistrymadesimple Email Matthew@ChemistryMadeSimple.net Join the discussion at th…
Roads are one of the defining features of modern civilizations, believe it or not. To me and I think most others, the state of the roads in a country gives an idea of the level of development. It does not surprise then that chemistry features quite heavily in how we make roads. A request from a listener, I explore in this episode the chemistry of b…
As we head into the holiday season, there are a lot of questions and concerns about the Omicron variant. Dr. Monica Gandhi, Professor of Medicine at UCSF, joins the show to unpack the nuances of Omicron and share why she's optimistic about where we are in the pandemic.저자 Real Chemistry
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Three (which covers Chapter Twenty in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/222CG03.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which introduces organic chemistry, alkyl groups and alkanes. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemIntroAlkane.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which discusses isomerism, especially with relation to alkanes, cycloalkanes and alkyl halides. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemIsomers.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which discusses the alcohol family. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemAlcohols.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which talks about ethers, ketones, aldehydes, alkynes and alkenes. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemEtherKetAldYneEne.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which looks at aromatic compounds in chemistry. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemAromatics.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which briefly examines carboxylic acids and amines. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OchemCarboxAcidsAmines.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which provides a self-quiz for organic nomenclature. Try it! It's just for fun, maybe it will help you learn this week's material? :) https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemQuiz.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which shows a few examples of organic chemistry reactions. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemReactions.mp4저자 Michael Russell
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This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Two (which covers Chapter Eight in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/cg02.mp3저자 Michael Russell
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Two (which covers Chapter Eight in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/222CG02.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which introduces the two main bonding theories used in chemistry, namely valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10IntroBondTheories.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which examines valence bond theory closer using the example of boron trifluoride. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10VBBF3.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which further examines valence bond theory using the example of methane. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10VBCH4.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which examines multiple (pi) bonds in valence bond theory. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10VBMultBonds.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which introduces molecular orbital theory. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10MOIntro.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which examines molecular orbital theory using some simple examples. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10MOIntroExamples.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which discusses how ions and paramagnetism are accounted for in molecular orbital theory. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10MOParaAndIons.mp4저자 Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 8 in CH 222 which looks at multiple (pi) bonds as seen through molecular orbital theory. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch10MOPiBonds.mp4저자 Michael Russell
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 26 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about fluoride, decaf coffee, dissolving gasses, careers in chemistry, witnessing moments from history, and more! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor…
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Check out the Chemistry Made Simple academy In this episode: definition of the terms oxidation and reduction simple examples of oxidation and reduction definition of oxidation states / oxidation numbers with examples definition of redox Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy Contact me: Instagram @chemistrymadesimple Email Matthew@Ch…
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#126 Coffee Part 3! So we all know coffee has caffeine in it. But what if you want your coffee... without the caffeine? Is that as impossible as wanting to have your cake and eat it too? Thankfully no, we all know decaffeinated coffee exists. But how in the actual HECK do they get the caffeine out? Well, there's multiple ways and they are all fasci…
#059 Ok so, caffeine. Some of us live on the stuff, and others of us want nothing to do with it. There's a lot of things caffeine can do to our bodies, but of course the number one question, is how does it keep the sleepiness away? Let's get into it. And we may find out a few other things caffeine does along the way. Like the show? Buy us a coffee …
#125 Well you've probably been there. It's the first significantly cold day of the season, and you turn your car on and the tire pressure light comes on. This is an annual problem for many of us, and we probably don't even really think about why it happens. I mean we all know it happens when it's cold, but what's happening at the molecular level to…
How do we build water systems that are sustainable and also equitable? On this episode of Stereo Chemistry, Jessica Ray and William Tarpeh talk with C&EN reporter Katherine Bourzac about how they use their chemical engineering know-how to develop simple systems for filtering toxic chemicals from our water and harvesting useful chemicals from urine.…
Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy In this episode: Naming process for organic compounds Root of the name Including functional group Including side chain Indicating the position of functional groups and side chains Protocol for naming when there are multiple prefixes Number of carbons Root of name 1 meth 2 eth 3 prop 4 but 5 pent…
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Bonus Episode: Question and Response 25 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about antacids, imposter syndrome, ice expanding, blood in pool water, and more! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast…
The year's final episode is here, and we saved the best for last! Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA Commissioner, chats with Jim Weiss, our Founder & Chairman, about lessons learned from COVID-19, how variants will impact our future (i.e., JP Morgan 2022), and how we can prepare for the next pandemic.저자 Real Chemistry
In this episode, we’re delving deep into the science of one of the best-selling fiction writers of all times: Agatha Christie. We look for evidence of her pioneering forensic writing with Murder Isn’t Easy: The Forensics of Agatha Christie, the second book by pathology technician and medical historian Carla Valentine. At a time when there was no in…
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Careful with those numbers.... In this episode: Why we need a systematic naming system How to name cations systematically How to name anions systematically Using full names, not formulae Combining cation and anion names to name compounds Roman Numerals: I one II two III three IV four V five VI six VII seven _________________________________________…
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