Monday, July 21, 2008

The Periodic Table of Videos

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Learning chemistry? Or simply in the mood for a little excitement? Check out The Periodic Table of Videos:

They are the unlikely new stars of YouTube --- from Sodium and Helium to Lithium, Oxygen, Hydrogen and Argon. University of Nottingham scientists have brought the Periodic Table into the 21st century with a bang, by posting lively video clips about every single chemical element on a new website.

And ‘The Periodic Table of Videos’ has already proved a massive online success, appearing on the UK front page of the YouTube website and registering more than 106,000 hits in just a few days.
More Online Resources for Chemistry Students
  • Dynamic Periodic Table
    Tons of information at a click: orbitals, melting points, density, conductivity, discovery date, and much more.

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