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2 May 2009
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This video take you through the 50 multiple choice questions and the answers from January's New York State Chemistry Regents Exam. This includes test tips and tricks so you not only pass the exam, you ace it. Here is the link to the exam so you can follow along. The exam *******www.nysedregents****/testing/scire/chem-109/chem-109.pdf Reference Tables *******www.nysedregents****/testing/reftable/archreftable/ChemRef1-7.pdf
8 Aug 2009
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This video about the chemistry effects. Add Section
31 May 2009
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14 Jul 2009
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Coffee Class: Read more at www.baristabrothers****...Studying the chemistry of milk can get, well – nerdy and technical, but it is necessary for the perfection of things like beautifully textured milk and coffee art. So take a pencil out of your pocket protector, fellow nerds, and let’s get more at www.baristabrothers****
18 Mar 2010
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in my chemistry class playing with potassium chlorate and sour patch kids
5 May 2010
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We decided to remake the original Nike commercial for Chemistry. It might be beneficial for you to watch the original video first to see how we related it.
7 May 2010
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For the HSC Chemistry syllabus dot-points: “Perform a first-hand investigation to prepare and test a natural indicator” and Solve problems by applying information about the colour changes of indicators to classify some household substances as acidic, neutral or basic”. We crushed some red cabbage immersed in ethanol to extract the anthocyanin. This purple solution was applied to several household solutions varying in pH and the range of colours were analysed according to the known acidity / basicity of the solutions tested.
2 May 2011
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Part 1 of 2. For the HSC Chemistry syllabus dot-point: “Perform a first-hand investigation and solve problems using titrations including the preparation of standard solutions, and use available evidence to quantitatively and qualitatively describe the reaction between selected acids and bases”. This experiment is important because it is one of the most commonly chosen experiments for Prac Exams. Prac Exams could come any time throughout year 12 – but most of the time they occur as part of your trial HSC exams, and usually worth around 20% of total internal assessment. Therefore it is important to pay close attention to proper titration procedure and understand the underlying processes of neutralization reactions. For this titration, our unknown was a solution of NaOH (the analyte) and our standard solution was oxalic acid (crystals in dihydrate form) – the titrant. Glassware was rinsed properly with either deionised water or with the solution it was to contain (conical flask, volumetric flask – water / pipette, burette – solution). A total of 1 ‘rough titre’ and 3 accurate titres were done. The average of the 3 accurate titres were recorded and used to finally calculate the concentration of the unknown NaOH. Our indicator was phenolphthalein due to its slightly basic endpoint (the titration was between a strong base and a weak acid, therefore the equivalence point would be slightly basic). Tip: If required to make your own standard solution, make sure you design your standard solution so that it was enough moles for you to do 3 titres.
2 May 2011
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5 Aug 2011
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*******www.assignmenthelp****/chemistry_assignment_help.php Students can get Online chemistry help, Chemistry assignment help and Chemistry homework help with the expert online chemistry tutors. Chemistry is one of the subjects in which we provide homework and assignment help. Whether your problem related to Organic, Inorganic, Physical or Quantum Chemistry, we have 24 / 7 live online tutors available to help you. We would like to continue providing high quality of work at an affordable price which has always been our unique feature.
4 Aug 2011
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24 Aug 2011
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Visit *******www.chemistryinnovation****** for more information about this important Knowledge Transfer Network. In 2005-2006 the U.K. government set up Knowledge Transfer Networks (KTNs) to accelerate successful innovation by improving connections and collaborations between industrial sectors, companies and academic groups. The UK chemistry-using industries were recognised as a group of sectors where knowledge transfer was critical to secure a prosperous future. Chemistry Innovation is the KTN who took on the mammoth task of bringing together the diverse and fragmented world of the chemistry-using industries, with an underpinning focus on sustainability, it has never looked back. Its CEO and stakeholders explain to the Telegraph Business Club how its winning formula is helping re-energise the UK chemistry-using industries.
25 Aug 2011
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7 Apr 2012
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International Year Of Chemistry
8 Apr 2012
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