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Periodic Videos

For Students 5th - 12th Standards
From hydrogen to ununoctium, this collection of videos has everything you need to begin teaching about the periodic table. Offering descriptions of each element and interesting experiments demonstrating their properties, this resource is...
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World’s Easiest DIY Electric Train

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Create movement with some wire and a magnet! The video instructor demonstrates how to use electromagnetic induction to power a miniature train. Using the installment of a physics playlist, youth learn the science behind the process.
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Copper

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
In the United Kingdom, the amount of copper in wiring and piping works out to around 175 kilos per person. The 29th video in a series of 118 on chemical elements highlights copper. It discusses the properties, applications, and fun facts...
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Compounds Ending in 'ate'

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Tackle polyatomic ions with Sudoku-like games! Nomenclature novices practice identifying the names and constituents of carbonate compounds with a series of puzzles. Scholars can use the resource online or as a worksheet, thanks to the...
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Extraction of Copper

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Is copper found as a raw material? Science sleuths manipulate the reactants and products found in the copper extraction process in a series of fun puzzles. The interactive engages learners in pairing formulas with their names while using...
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Alloys

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
What are alloys, and why do we use them? Through a series of interactive puzzles, scholars examine the components and uses of several common alloys. The accompanying teacher's resources provide support in using the lesson, printable...
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Why Is the Statue of Liberty Green?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
See how Lady Liberty turned green. Young scientists learn that oxidation reactions have caused the originally red-brown Statue of Liberty to become its current shade of green. An engaging video explains how the copper in the statue...
3:17
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What's in your Smartphone?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Your cell phone contains many elements you may not have even heard of! Explore the science of the smartphone with a lesson from the Reactions playlist. The instructor explains the location and purpose of the many different elements that...
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Uses of Metals - Gold, Copper, Aluminium, Steel

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
We associate many metals with having specific properties; what are some of them? The video uses four specific metals as examples. It lists their properties and why they are used in specific ways. From conductivity to reactivity, these...
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Reactions of Copper

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The Statue of Liberty is made up 179,000 pounds of copper. The video explains the many diverse reactions of copper. It includes the reaction of copper with air when used on roofs, copper with water as it is used in plumbing, copper with...
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Minerals and Ores

For Students 9th - 12th
Here's a video that will leave them wanting m"ore"! Part three of the seven-part series involving rocks and the rock cycle illustrates the relationship between minerals and ores. Young geologists get a look at how valuable metals are...
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Smash Science

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
Here's an activity that uses pennies to explain separating out automobile materials Groups calculate and compare the densities of pennies that have been manufactured in different years. The resource challenges teams to make the...
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Moles, Atoms, Grams Oh My!

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Provide young chemists with the opportunity to fully understand the mole concept. Learners measure various substances in teams, perform required calculations, and have the opportunity to discuss the accuracy of their results with peers....
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An Experiment in Alchemy: Copper to Silver to Gold

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
How exciting would it be for your chemistry class to produce their own "gold"? This experiment allows pupils to witness the chemical reaction of copper pennies as they react with zinc and sodium hydroxide to produce "gold" tokens. It is...
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What Are Minerals?

For Teachers 4th - 7th Standards
Take young geologists on a trip through the rock cycle with this series of four earth science presentations. Beginning with an exploration of minerals and the different properties they exhibit, this resource goes on to explore...
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Atomic Absorption Determination of Zinc and Copper in a Multivitamin

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Advanced lab apprentices prepare zinc and copper solutions to which they will compare the same minerals from a multivitamin. Using absorption spectroscopy, they analyze the contents of the multivitamin for concentration. This lab can be...
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Cents-ible Chemistry-Analysis of the Metal in a Penny

For Teachers 9th - 11th
Students determine the base metals and surface metals in a penny. In this analysis of metals lesson plan, students determine the density of five pennies minted in different years. They use different chemicals such as hydrochloric acid,...
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Virtual Lab: Determining the Solubility of Copper Chloride at Different Temperatures

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Here's a solid resource for solubility. Given the solubility of copper chloride at two different temperatures, young chemists need to determine the solubility at a third given temperature. Using a virtual lab, they design and conduct an...
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Blast It! (Learning About Copper)

For Students 5th - 8th
Opening with background information on copper use and mining, this worksheet assesses junior geologists' reading comprehension. A map activity is available, but the map is not. There is a useful set of vocabulary matching cards and a...
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Stoichiometry (gases and masses)

For Teachers 10th - 11th
In this chemistry worksheet, students identify how many liters of oxygen can be consumed to form carbon dioxide. Then they identify how many liters of sulfur dioxide are produced if the gas is at STP.
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Isotopes of Pennium�

For Students 10th - 11th
In this chemistry lab activity, students identify the masses and the relative abundances of pennium and what is the atomic mass of the element. Through data collection and the calculation of their results, they solve the answer to seven...
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Purifying Copper

For Students 9th - 12th
Make the impure pure with a little chemistry magic! A video instructor shows how to use electrolysis and knowledge of ions to purify a sample of copper. Using background knowledge gained from the previous lessons in the 35-part series,...
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Lab: Reactions of Copper

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students perform a series of experiments on copper to produce a variety of copper compounds. In this chemical reactions of copper lesson plan, students use copper wire and nitric acid to produce copper nitrate. They then form a hydroxide...
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Mineral Identification

For Students 7th - 8th
In this mineral identification worksheet, students identify and describe the characteristics of various types of minerals, such as metallic and nonmetallic. Then they determine and match various mineral names found in column one to their...