Learning Chemistry on YouTube

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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