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High Performance Liquid Chromatography HPLC
 
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A chemistry education video from the Royal Society of Chemistry on High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) included on the "Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges" DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/CFOF (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Reaction of copper with nitric acid
 
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Declan Fleming shows how copper can in fact react with some acids by demonstrating the reaction of copper and nitric acid, producing a visually stunning reaction. Read the article that accompanies this video in the November 2011 issue of Education in Chemistry at http://rsc.li/EiC611ec This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem
Ultraviolet/Visible Spectroscopy (UV-Vis)
 
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Watch this video at 240 settings for best results. An education video on Ultraviolet/Visible Spectrometry from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From the Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/Education/CFOF/ (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Thin layer chromatography (TLC)
 
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Find out how to use thin layer chromatography to identify the products of your reaction. At the Royal Society of Chemistry we provide education resources via our website Learn Chemistry to enhance teaching and learning The find more laboratory technique videos view our resource: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001064/the-interactive-lab-primer
Fire and Flame  09 - Hydrocarbon Combustion Products
 
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What is being made when hydrocarbons are burnt? From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
Infrared spectroscopy (IR)
 
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An education video on Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From the Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges DVD. (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Practical skills assessment video - titration - standard solution
 
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Fran Scott shows you the steps involved in making up a standard solution. To answer questions based on this video visit our resource: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00002012/titrations-practical-skills-quizzes#!cmpid=CMP00007121
Mass Spectrometry MS
 
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An education video on Mass Spectrometry using a magnetic sector instrument from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From the Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/CFOF (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Carrying out a recrystallisation
 
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Watch how to carrying out a recrystallisation. At the Royal Society of Chemistry we provide education resources via our website Learn Chemistry to enhance teaching and learning The find more laboratory technique videos view our resource: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001064/the-interactive-lab-primer
Faces of Chemistry: Hair colourants (Procter & Gamble) - Video 2 (14+)
 
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Scientists from Procter & Gamble explain the chemistry involved in how hair colourants dye your hair. Aimed at students aged 14+ Faces of Chemistry provides insight into real-life applications of chemistry involved in making products we use in everyday life. These short videos, aimed at students aged 11-19, are produced in collaboration with leading chemical companies and document views of scientists passionate about the impact they are having on the real world. For more information and to see more videos, please visit http://www.rsc.org/FacesofChemistry
Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
 
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An education video on Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From the Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/CFOF (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Free Range Chemistry  37 - Nitroglycerin Bang
 
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Nitroglycerin makes a pretty loud bang when you touch it! From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Free Range Chemistry
Nitric Acid
 
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A short video clip illustrating the process of nitric acid production that can be viewed online by students or downloaded for showing in class.
Polythene production
 
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A short video clip illustrating the process of polythene production that can be viewed online by students or downloaded for showing in class
Optical rotation of sugars – chirality
 
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Declan Fleming shows us how the optical properties of sugars can be revealed by the use of polarisers. See the article that accompanies this video in the January 2012 issue of Education in Chemistry magazine - http://www.rsc.org/Education/EiC/issues/2012January/chirality-in-sugars.asp This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem
Faces of Chemistry: Organic solar cells (BASF) - Video 2 (14+)
 
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Ingmar Bruder, a scientist from BASF, explains the science involved in organic photovoltaics (organic solar cells). These organic solar cells were also used on the rooftop of the Smart Forvision car. Aimed at students aged 14+. Faces of Chemistry comprise a set of short videos, aimed at students aged 11-19, which give insight into real-life applications of chemistry and highlight the latest cutting-edge research involved in making new products and technologies. Produced in collaboration with leading chemical companies and academic institutions, Faces of Chemistry also showcases the diversity of professional careers available to students of chemistry. For more information and to see more videos, please visit http://www.rsc.org/FacesofChemistry With Hungarian subtitles provided by students of the ELTE University, Budapest, and edited by Bíborka Bohner. Photography credits: © BASF, © Royal Society of Chemistry, © Jupiter Images, © Thinkstock, © fotolia, © iStockphotos
Burning magnesium in dry ice
 
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Declan Fleming shows you how to prepare and demonstrate burning magnesium in solid carbon dioxide (dry ice). This dramatic and beautiful demonstration shows that oxygen isn't always a prerequisite for fire and reveals carbon's place in the reactivity series. Read the article that accompanies this video at http://bit.ly/EiC_ec0511 This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem Browse hundreds more chemistry education videos, experiment handouts, interactives and games at www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry.
Fire and Flame  38 - Magnesium Burning in CO2
 
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Magensium burns even more vigorously in carbon dioxide than in air, but petrol won't burn at all..what's happening? From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
Cracking a hydrocarbon
 
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You can find instructions for this experiment at http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000681/cracking-hydrocarbons Liquid paraffin (a mixture of alkanes of chain length C20 and greater) is vaporised and passed over a hot pumice stone catalyst. A gaseous product is obtained which is flammable and which will decolorise bromine water and acidified permanganate ions. The same apparatus and method can be used to dehydrate ethanol.
Fire and Flame  36 - Silane
 
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Silicon based silane is even more reactive than methane! From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
Gases from the Air
 
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A short video clip illustrating the process of fractional distillation that can be viewed online by students or downloaded for showing in class
Free Range Chemistry  10 - Copper from Malachite
 
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A demonstration of how we can extract pure copper from some malachite ornaments. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Free Range Chemistry
Alkali Metals - 13 Compounds of sodium and nitrogen - Sodium Azide
 
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Breaking down sodium azide into sodium and nitrogen - the reaction that makes an airbag work! From the Peter Wothers lecture series - The Alkali Metals
A giant silver mirror
 
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Demonstrating the Tollens' test for aldehydes and reducing sugars. The silver deposit forms a mirror-like coating on the inside of the reaction vessel. You can find instructions for this experiment at http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000822/a-giant-silver-mirror-experiment.
Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide
 
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You can find instructions for this experiment at http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000831/hydrogen-peroxide-decomposition Several measuring cylinders are set up each containing a little washing up liquid and a small amount of a catalyst for the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is poured into the cylinders and a foam rises up the cylinders at a rate that depends on the effectiveness of the catalyst.
Ethanol rockets - the woosh rocket demo
 
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The methanol woosh bottle is a popular demonstration. This variation shows how the energy from this reaction can be put to good use. Find out how to perform this demonstration at http://rsc.li/eic0313ec This modified procedure also reduces the risks associated with the original methanol reaction, in response to some recent accidents. This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem
Column chromatography
 
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Find out about purifying mixtures of compounds using column chromatography. At the Royal Society of Chemistry we provide education resources via our website Learn Chemistry to enhance teaching and learning The find more laboratory technique videos view our resource: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001064/the-interactive-lab-primer
Gas Chromatography GC
 
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An education video from the Royal Society of Chemistry on gas chromatography using a flame ionisation detector (FID) with a brief mention of gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GCMS). From the "Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges" DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/CFOF (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
The Chemistry of Light 25 - Phosphorescence
 
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See how some chemicals will glow in the dark when they've been exposed to light. From the Peter Wothers lecture - The Chemistry of Light
Health and Safety Essentials: Laboratory Best Practices
 
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This Royal Society of Chemistry video describes some of the most important general rules for working safely in the laboratory. It is not a comprehensive guide to laboratory best practices but is a useful summary of the basics. For more detailed information please follow this link to Health and Safety Essentials: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/collections/health-and-safety/
A career in toxicology
 
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Hear from our member Vicki Stone talk about her role as a Nanotoxicologist.
Fire and Flame  39 - Magnesium Burning in Water
 
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Dramatic demonstration of what happens when burning magnesium is placed in water. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
Sulfuric acid production
 
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A short video clip illustrating the process of sulfuric acid production that can be viewed on-line by students or downloaded for showing in class
Containing the dichromate volcano
 
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The ammonium dichromate volcano reaction is one of the most iconic chemistry demonstrations, yet the risks associated with the using chromium(VI) salts have led to them being banned in many countries, including recently Ireland. Despite the risks, it is entirely possible to safely execute this demonstration if you follow the proper safety procedures. Read the article that accompanies this video in the November 2017 issue of Education in Chemistry at http://rsc.li/EiC118ec This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem Footage at 0:00–0:06 © Petrovskyz CC BY-SA 4.0 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:12._Реакција_на_диспропорционирање.webm
Seaweed spheres – cross-linking sodium alginate gels
 
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The borax/PVA slime experiment is a lot of fun, but a demonstration of the cross-linking in sodium alginate shows students the creation and destruction of gels through the exchange of ions of different charge. If using food-grade ingredients outside of the lab, the products can be eaten! Read the article that accompanies this video in the January 2016 issue of Education in Chemistry at http://rsc.li/EiC116ec This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem
Alkali Metals - 04   Coloured Light from Electronic Transitions
 
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Find out why different lamps give off different colours of light. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - The Alkali Metals
Computational Chemistry
 
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A short video clip illustrating computational chemistry that can be viewed online by students or downloaded for showing in class.
Alkali Metals - 18   Reaction of potassium superoxide with lithium
 
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The release of oxygen causes a violent reaction between potassium superoxide and lithium From the Peter Wothers lecture series - The Alkali Metals
Sodium production
 
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A short video clip illustrating the process of sodium production that can be viewed online by students or downloaded for showing in class.
Free Range Chemistry  29 - Wood ash
 
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Extracting potassium carbonate from ashes. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Free Range Chemistry
Fire and Flame  17 - Striking a Match in Hydrogen
 
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Find out what happens when a match is lit surrounded by hydrogen. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
The Chemistry of Light 11 - Gas Mantles
 
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Find out how gas mantles are designed to give out lots of light. From the Peter Wothers lecture - The Chemistry of Light
#ChemSci Pick of the week: Molecular electronics
 
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An unusual class of molecules could revolutionise the electronics industry. About ChemSci Pick of the Week: Every Wednesday we are sharing one story from our flagship journal Chemical Science, highlighting the cutting-edge work we publish. Follow @ChemicalScience and #ChemSciPicks on Twitter to stay up to date and visit https://www.rsc.org/news-events/journals-highlights/ for more stories.
Reduction of copper oxide
 
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You can find instructions for this experiment at http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000837/reduction-of-copper-ii-oxide-by-hydrogen Copper(II) oxide can be reduced by hydrogen and its formula determined. Natural gas (mainly methane) can also be used as a reducing agent, but the reaction is much slower.
Faces of Chemistry: Darren Smyth - Patent Attorney
 
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Find out why we need patents and what its like to be a patent attorney from Darren Smyth, who works for EIP.
Fire and Flame  43 - Hydrogen Flame in Chlorine
 
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Find out what happens when we try to burn hydrogen in chlorine. From the Peter Wothers lecture series - Fire and Flame
The Chemistry of Light 27 - Fluorescence
 
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How fluorescent substances convert UV light into visible light! From the Peter Wothers lecture - The Chemistry of Light
Luminol fountain – chemiluminescence
 
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The chemiluminescence of luminol (cold light) is a popular demonstration. This reaction can be displayed even more dramatically by using a fountain apparatus to mix the liquids. This is part of the Education in Chemistry Exhibition Chemistry series: chemistry demonstrations to capture your students' imaginations: http://rsc.li/EiCExChem 22/3/13 - This video has been featured on Reddit and turned into an animated gif! http://www.reddit.com/r/chemicalreactiongifs/comments/1apgvg/glowing_luminol_fountain/