Learning Chemistry on YouTube

in Science, Video - Science, YouTube | September 10th, 2008

This is perhaps a first: A university-sponsored video collection on YouTube that hangs together and contributes to developing a larger body of knowledge. The University of Nottingham has launched a channel called The Periodic Table of Videos, which offers a video for each element on the periodic table. In total, you will find 118 videos, including the one below that gives you a closer look at Uranium. And, for the record, we’ve added this video set to our compilation: Intelligent Life at YouTube: 70 Educational Video Collections. Here it goes:

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    January 12, 2010 / 2:53 am

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    December 15, 2010 / 9:47 pm

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  8. Majid Ali says . . .
    February 25, 2013 / 11:00 pm

    i want to learn chemistry.

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