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Why study Chemistry at Birmingham?

Why study Chemistry at Birmingham?

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I chose chemistry at the University of Birmingham because compared to all the other unis this offers some of the best facilities there are around I mean just look around you the brand-new CTL opened just over a year ago and that allows us undergraduates to undertake our experiments to a high level. When I […]

Commentary Lecture One: The Chemical History of a Candle – The Sources of its Flame

Commentary Lecture One: The Chemical History of a Candle – The Sources of its Flame

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Bill: I’m Bill Hammack . . . Don: . . . and I’m Don DeCoste. Bill: And we created this lecture series Michael Faraday’s The Chemical History of a Candle with Alex Black, a chemistry undergraduate at the time at the University of Illinois, and this commentary track is intended to enhance and enrich the […]

Shapes and Polarities of Molecules CHEM Study

Shapes and Polarities of Molecules CHEM Study

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[Music] This is a production of the chemical education material study. [Female narrator] Two-thirds of the earth’s surface is covered with water, and the present and former oceans are an important source of many water-soluble chemicals. Table salt, bromine, and magnesium, all as ions, when in the ocean, are examples. The existence of water on […]

Vanadium CHEM Study

Vanadium CHEM Study

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[Male Narrator] This is a Chem Study film, a production of the Chemical Education Material Study. [Professor] By this time in your study of chemistry, you’re well aware of the fact that there are only about 100 elements. From these 100 elements, it is possible to prepare literally millions of compounds. On this table, we […]

आवर्त सारणी  – 6  General Science railway and SSC |M Study | Vijay Mishra

आवर्त सारणी – 6 General Science railway and SSC |M Study | Vijay Mishra

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Last Minute Studying Hacks

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Hi guys today’s video is about last minute studying hacks, why are we doing this video? It’s because on last week’s video many of you commented in our Facebook comments that you guys are actually having O levels and A levels And also on our instagram you guys that you would like a studying tips […]

How I write my lecture notes (Biochemistry)+ Study With Me

How I write my lecture notes (Biochemistry)+ Study With Me

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The Scent of History: Inside the Library of Smells

The Scent of History: Inside the Library of Smells

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– [Announcer] This is Sissel Tolaas. She is many things. An artist, a scientist, but more importantly, a smell expert. She, however, prefers another title. – [Announcer] Which means what, exactly? – [Announcer] Right, the point is, she’s dedicated her life to the sense of smell, what it means, and how it can be used […]

Studying Chemistry at the University of Birmingham

Studying Chemistry at the University of Birmingham

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Itís brilliant, you get to use all the equipment and learn and actually use all the techniques youíve learnt about over the last four years and I definitely felt I excelled in this area. And I loved being in the lab every day, it was really great and there were so many nice, friendly people […]

Lecture Two: The Chemical History of a Candle – Brightness of the Flame (3/6)

Lecture Two: The Chemical History of a Candle – Brightness of the Flame (3/6)

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W‌e were occupied the last time we met in considering the general character and arrangement as regards the fluid portion of a candle, and the way in which that fluid got into the place of combustion. And now, I have to ask your attention to the means by which we are enabled to ascertain what […]