|See video||AP Chemistry: Gas Laws Lecture Part III||
This is the final installment in the series of Gas Law Lecture Notes for AP Chemistry. Now, on to AP questions!
|Fun with Sulfur Hexafluoride||
SF6 is 6 times heavier than air, and interesting results take place with experimentation.
|Reactions of Sodium and Potassium with Water||
A chemical demonstration of the reaction between Sodium and water and between Potassium and water
|Reactions of Rubidium and Cesium in Water||
More violent reactions than Potassium and Sodium. See the periodic table: http://www.elementsdatabase.com/Images/periodic_table.gif
A presentation by the Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany. Website:
|AP Chemistry: AP General Equilibrium Essays||
Your quest to master AP Chemistry General Equilibirium Questions should start here! These questions are conceptual (as opposed to mathmatical) and can increase your multiple choice score as well as
|AP Chemistry: General Equilibrium Problems Part II||
Start with the essays to improve your conceptual understanding AND your multiple choice scores! This is the final installment in the series dedicated to solving AP General Equilibrium Problems. On
|Hybridization Theory: Molecular Geometry||0:00||0.00|
|Course on Emulsion Polymerization Processes||
|Let us talk about chemistry||
Have you ever wondered what things are made of? "Let's Talk About Chemistry" invites us to ask ourselves what all things around us are made of, to introduce the concept of matter.