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The 10 Most AMAZING Chemical Reactions (with Reactions)

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The 10 Most AMAZING Chemical Reactions (with Reactions)

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Top 10 Amazing Chemical Reactions that Should not be Tried at Home. Compilation

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10 Amazing Science Experiments! Compilation

This video is a compilation of 10 cool science experiments.

0:00 Jet engine in a jar
0:52 Traveling flame
1:16 Soapy water and gas
1:50 Drain cleaner and aluminium foil reaction
2:58 Brake fluid and pool chlorine
3:24 Coca Cola and pool chlorine reaction
4:01 Fire snake
5:13 Elephant toothpaste
5:52 Sugar and sulfuric acid reaction
7:33 Flammable hand sanitizer
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The 10 Most AMAZING Chemical Reactions (with Reactions)

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10 Amazing chemical reactions. The next compilation includes some of the most popular and interesting chemical reactions. The chemical reaction between .

This video is a compilation of 10 cool science experiments. 0:00 Jet engine in a jar 0:52 Traveling flame 1:16 Soapy water and gas 1:50 Drain cleaner and .

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Footage of Chemistry experiments performed by students during school lab demo.
Experiments were performed by students from A5 and B3 classes of N. Alikarnassos Highschool, Greece, under supervision of chemistry instructors E. Pantidou and I. Chatzidakis.

Από επίδειξη πειραμάτων την τελευταία μέρα των μαθημάτων. Μαθητές από το Α5 και το Β3 υπό την καθοδήγηση των Χημικών Ελ. Παντίδου και Ι. Χατζηδάκη ξενάγησαν τους συμμαθητές τους στον εντυπωσιακό -και όχι μόνο- κόσμο της Χημείας.
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Most Interesting and Awesome Chemical Reactions Compilation

Hello everyone, today we will conduct the most interesting chemical experiment, which I personally like the most. Also, you should consider that some of these experiments are quite dangerous and I don't recommend repeating them. The first experiment -- explosion of the balloon with acetylene. Next comes the explosion of the balloon with hydrogen. Then -- the interaction of aluminum powder with potassium dichromate. Next there will be a reaction of potassium chlorate and sugar. To this mixture some substances are added for the fire to become colorful. The next reaction -- the interaction of sodium with water. Typically sodium explodes in water, which we will observe now. And another beautiful reaction -- burning of nitrocellulose. Nitrocellulose burns very quickly. Its property can be used for different tricks. For example, the burning of nitrocellulose on hand. Nitrocellulose burns very quickly and practically does not burn your hand. And the last reaction -- crystallization of the supersaturated solution of sodium acetate, and an experiment that is also called hot ice. Facebook:
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10 Amazing Science Experiments Compilation Home Science

This video is a compilation of top 10 amazing #science #experiments with Liquid.

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2:16 Soap propelled boat
2:43 Sugar and sulfuric acid reaction
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6:47 Instant cloud in a bottle
7:30 Sponge and sulfuric acid reaction
8:03 How to make hot ice at home

Sodium Metal Chemical Reactions Compilation!

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Hello everyone. Today we will conduct various reactions with metallic sodium. I finally managed to buy it. So I expect this video to be quite interesting. As you can see, sodium is stored in kerosene in a such jar. We need to take a piece of sodium and put it on a filter paper to soak the remaining kerosene.
First, I'll tell you about the physical properties of sodium metal.
Density of sodium is almost the same as water, melting point being 97 degrees Celsius. Sodium is quite a soft metal and can be easily cut with a knife. Hardness of sodium is almost identical to an eraser that you use it schools. It requires the same effort to cut it.
On the cut edge you can see the shiny surface of sodium. However, being in the air it oxidizes very quickly and coats with a layer of peroxides and carbonates.
Now let’s talk about the most interesting moment - the chemical properties of sodium. Sodium reacts with water. Take a small piece of sodium and put it in water. By the way, the indicator phenolphthalein was added in the water.
As the result of reaction of sodium with water, sodium hydroxide and hydrogen are formed. From the heat of the reaction the sodium melts and turns into a sphere.
Is it mostly safe to conduct experiments with small pieces of sodium, as they are the most controllable.
Whereas large pieces of sodium ignite spontaneously and explode when reacting with water, so that is very dangerous!
Now, let’s see the reaction of sodium with ethanol.
Put a piece of sodium in ethanol. As you can see the reaction is quite slow.
Moving to the next reaction - the interaction of sodium with hot glycerol.
It is poured into the beaker, and let’s add there a piece of sodium metal.
Sodium immediately melts and lights up in our hot glycerol. This produces hydrogen and sodium glycerate.
Next, let’s view the reaction of sodium with 30% acetic acid. First sodium lights up, and then the reaction proceeds the same way as it does with water.
Now moving to the reaction of sodium with 30% hydrogen peroxide. This reaction again is very dangerous because sodium ignites and explodes.
Next, the reaction of sodium and sulfur. I’ve poured a little bit of sulfur on the stove and now I’m adding the pieces of sodium. To start the reaction you must moisten the sodium. For this, I’ve used a wet piece of stick. As well to all that, I quite like the behavior of sodium on the wet grass. If you put sodium on the wet grass, it ignites and starts to burn. The product of this reaction is sodium peroxide. Finally, I just couldn’t resist and decided to throw approximately 15 grams of sodium in a large puddle. And the likelihood of you needing to repeat it should be very small! Facebook:
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Chemistry is Awesome compilation

A compilation of a bunch of awesome videos for AP chem. Most equations written for the reactions
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7 minutes of joy with Chemistry experiments

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01:31 Chemical Cut
02:20 Gini in a bottle
3:45 Iodine Clock
05:16 Can Implosion
05:59 Dancing Green Blue Flames

Our annual video, shot mainly during the last day of lessons. Our team, mostly freshmen, demonstrates new experiments in front of their excited classmates. Enjoy Part Α!

Το καθιερωμένο μας πλέον βίντεο γυρισμένο κυρίως κατά την τελευταία ημέρα των μαθημάτων. Η ανανεωμένη, φετινή ομάδα εκτελεί νέα πειράματα μπροστά στους ενθουσιασμένους μαθητές της Α Λυκείου. Απολαύστε το πρώτο μέρος των πειραμάτων.



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Beautiful Chemical Reactions

Eight types of beautiful chemical reactions are presented in this short video, including metal displacement, precipitation, chemical garden, crystallization, color change, bubbling reactions, dancing fluorescent droplets, and smoke. This video won an Experts' Choice Award of the 2015 Vizzies Visualization Challenge organized by NSF and Popular Science magazine.
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Most Amazing Chemical Reactions |Fun with chemicals

Potassium permanganate reacts with glycerine & produces extreme heat which results into fire
Hydrochloric acid is relative with any of the metal producing Hydrogen gas & metal oxide
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Dehydration of Sugar
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Death of gummy bear
Hydrogen Pioxide genie
Elephant toothpaste
Artificial Snow
Luminol reacts with oxygen

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If we need to choose top 10 most interesting chemical reactions, I think elephant toothpaste must be one of them.

Elephant toothpaste is a very easy and funny science experiment, which results in a rapid eruption of huge amount of foam. In the past few years, I have performed this experiment with my kids over 50 times.

Things we need:
Level 1: beginner level
-10% hydrogen peroxide
-food coloring
-dish soap
-yeast

Level2: Intermediate level
-20% hydrogen peroxide*
-food coloring
-dish soap
-saturated potassium iodide

Level3: ultimate level
-35% hydrogen peroxide*
-food coloring
-dish soap
-saturated potassium iodide

*20% or above hydrogen peroxide is highly corrosive, please wear glove when you deal with it

Elephant toothpaste is the decomposition process of hydrogen peroxide, while yeast / potassium iodide works as a catalyst to break down the hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water. Soap will then mixed with the oxygen and water, which turn into foam.

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