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6. Class 11th Physics | Constrained Motion | Simple Pulley Constrained Motion | by Ashish Arora

Now we’ll study simple pulley block constrained relations. you can simply say in pulley systems. these are developed. By analysing. Loosing and. tightening. of strings . due to . motion of blocks . so just be careful about , a pulley block system like, if we just talk about the simplest system which we can […]

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Meet the Scientist: Joanna, PhD student in Chemistry

Meet the Scientist: Joanna, PhD student in Chemistry

– When I was a younger girl, I think, for a while, I wanted to be a pilot, and then I got kicked out of Air Cadets, and I was good at maths and science, and I enjoyed dyeing my hair, and understanding how the chemistry of certain things work. I think I started working […]

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Insulin should be cheap. Here’s why it’s not.

– I have type one diabetes. My body doesn’t process glucose properly, which it needs to power muscle tissue and other pretty critical things, like my brain. What I don’t have is insulin. A hormone secreted by the pancreas that helps cells take up glucose in the blood. That means for the past 15 years, […]

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Silicon – The Internet’s Favorite Element: Crash Course Chemistry #35

Silicon – The Internet’s Favorite Element: Crash Course Chemistry #35

If they know it at all, most people know silicon from the valley in California that bares its name. The birthplace of modern computing where technological dreams became reality. Where brilliant twenty-somethings became millionaires. But we chemists know silicon first and foremost as the most abundant element in the earth’s crust. Oxides of silicon, known […]

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Chemistry Life Hacks (Vol. 1)

Chemistry life hacks. McGuyver Meets Mendeleev in these everyday, chemistry inspired tricks to make your life a little easier, with all the evidence you need to back it up. Now let’s get started. #1 – COFFEE, CREAM AND SALT You’re buying the best roast in town, but no matter what you do, your coffee always […]

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Getting the Chemistry Right on Breaking Bad – Bytesize Science

Getting the Chemistry Right on Breaking Bad – Bytesize Science

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard of the phenomenon known as AMC’s Breaking Bad. Well we got the chance to sit down with Donna Nelson, a chemistry consultant for the show to find out a few things. Before we get to her, here’s a few things you need to know. Walter White […]

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The chemistry of cookies – Stephanie Warren

The chemistry of cookies – Stephanie Warren

In a time-lapse video, it looks like a monster coming alive. For a moment, it sits there innocuously. Then, ripples move across its surface. It bulges outwards, bursting with weird boils. It triples in volume. Its color darkens ominously, and its surface hardens into an alien topography of peaks and craters. Then, the kitchen timer […]

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The Chemistry of Skunk Spray

The Chemistry of Skunk Spray

Why do skunks smell so bad? It all comes down to chemistry. By the way, this video will include slow motion footage of skunk anuses. So, be warned. I’m Anna Rothschild, and this is Gross Science. There are a number of species of skunk in the world, but the most iconic has to be the […]

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How Does Electroplating Work | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

How Does Electroplating Work | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

Today before starting the class i would like to introduce a new website where you can watch live sports alhootship.rf.gd Electroplating is the process of coating one metal object with another it works by electrolysis Which is when electricity is used to drive a chemical reaction? We’re going to look at why you’d want to […]

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Atomic Bonds – Chemistry Basics Part II