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Helping you understand chemistry topics from A-Level and Advanced Higher. If you want to demystify chemistry, yearn for a simpler explanation and want to hear all the tips that will help you at exam time you're at the right place. I'm a chemistry tutor who is used to explaining chemistry in simpler terms, and I love to use an analogy to help with the understanding. Each episode tackles a topic, explaining it as simply as possible - well it is chemistry! The end of episode summary will make s ...
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Chemistry is everywhere, and involves everything. But how did chemistry get to be what it is? I'm Steve Cohen, a chemist and writer, bringing you The History of Chemistry. This podcast explores the development of chemistry from prehistoric times to the present, including the people and societies who made chemistry what it is today. The History of Chemistry is for you, whether you hated chemistry in high school, or got a PhD in inorganic chemistry. We'll explore how chemistry affected art, mu ...
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Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? Is the moon an artificial satellite where the Annunaki look over us? Is the LGBTQ planning a secret plot to depopulate the world and do what Thanos couldn't? Is the BlackLivesMatter movement really about police brutality or the genetic genocide of the white race? Join Nelson Perez as he attempts to explain why conspiratorial ideologies are so addicting because if you don't believe conspiracy theories, there is a good chance you're actually a part ...
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Raise your hand if you have ever heard bermudagrass causes colic…. Dr. Jyme digs into this common misconception and explains all you need to know about feeding bermudagrass hay. You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: · EquiSUMMIT Registrat…
In this interview, my good friend and colleague, Joseph Dickman candidly discusses his path in medical school and his time previously as an undergraduate at Taylor University. An excellent interview. Very Short Bio: Joseph Dickman is an intelligent, honest, and outgoing person of faith, studying medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison medic…
In 2011, Renaud Camus published a book titled "Le Grand Remplacement," or as it's translated in English, The Great Replacement. In his book, he contends that the mass migration of people from the Middle East and Africa will destabilize white-dominated countries but, worst of all, lead to the extinction of the white race that will be orchestrated ac…
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It's getting warmer out finally! So let's revisit sunscreens. Before diving into any sort of new science, new launches, new testing - let's make sure we all of our sunscreen fundamentals down pat! What do SPF values really mean? Is higher better? What's up with the "PA++" notations we see on packaging? Should I decode that ingredient list?…
This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Six (which covers Chapters 18 and 19) in our textbook) for Chemistry 223. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/cg6.mp3Door Michael Russell
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Six (which covers Chapters 21 and 22) in our textbook) for Chemistry 223. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/223CG06.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 19 in CH 223 which discusses the nomenclature system for coordination compounds in inorganic chemistry. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch22aCoordNomen.mp4Door Michael Russell
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 31 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about shampoo, microplastics, misunderstood chemicals, sports teams, ADHD medications, and more! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have …
The Age of Discovery included new science, but alchemy still lingered. We meet the scholars Agricola, Biringuccio, Paracelsus, and more, along with their writings. We learn of the discovery of Glauber's salt, van Helmont's biochemistry experiment, and Sir Francis Bacon, with his method of scientific induction. Support the show…
If you really want to develop an appreciation for those early pathologists who went so far as to taste-tested truly horrible samples from corpses to establish a system for detecting poisons, read a new book by US-based physiology and biophysics professor Neil Bradbury. We discuss Eleven Deadly Molecules and the Killers who used them: A Taste for Po…
Check out the Chemistry Made Simple academy In this episode: What is ionization energy? First Ionization energy Trends in first ionization energy with explanations Successive ionization energies Common exam question - predict the element Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy Contact me: Instagram @chemistrymadesimple Email Matthew@C…
Low carb hay, ever heard of it? How about Teff hay, does that ring a bell? Researchers are looking for ways to replace cool season grass hays with warm season hays to help lower the sugar content in the horse’s diet. Teff is one possible solution, but it all comes down to how it is grown. You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please…
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As Europeans interacted more with Arab traders, many more books of ancient and Arab alchemy filtered into Europe. We learn about advances in glass, discovery of alcohol, gunpowder, mineral acids. We discuss a number of famous European alchemists and philosophers, and the practice of iatrochemistry. Support the show…
#135 Well guess what, Melissa is a PhD Doctor now! And you know what that means? She gets to tell us more details about the research she did to get her PhD. Listen to hear what Melissa found as she dove deep into the question "Why do people hate organic chemistry?" for the past few years. Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going A…
On May 2nd, 2022, the sociopolitical landscape was struck by a 9.5 earthquake when the initial draft majority opinion from the U.S Supreme Court leaked. Revealing that the 1973 ruling of Roe v. Wade would be overturned resulting in many on the political left to panic as this meant an attack on women's reproductive rights, while on the political rig…
Check out the Chemistry Made Simple academy In this Episode: Not one trend but two mini trends The trends for sodium - silicon The trends for phosphorus - argon Giant structure vs molecular and what it means for these trends Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy Contact me: Instagram @chemistrymadesimple Email Matthew@ChemistryMadeS…
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Veterinarian, Dr. Ken Kopp, joins Dr. Nichols for a 2-part episode on heat stress in horses. If you missed part 1 (episode 95) stop, and go start there! You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: · Register for 2022 EquiSUMMIT: http://attendeq…
We talk about Greek fire, one of the last bits of practical chemistry from the Classical period, and then the flourishing of Arab alchemy, both esoteric and exoteric, with not only four elements but three principles, and some links to Chinese alchemy. Support the showDoor Steve Cohen
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This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapter Sixteen and Chapter Seventeen) in our textbook) for Chemistry 223. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/cg5.mp3Door Michael Russell
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapter Sixteen and Chapter Seventeen) in our textbook) for Chemistry 223. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/223CG05.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 16 in CH 223 which discusses Gibbs Free Energy and its implications in chemistry. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch19dGibbsFreeEnergy.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 16 in CH 223 which provides examples of how to calculate Gibbs Free Energy for reactions. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch19eCalcGibbsEnergy.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which introduces redox reactions and electrochemistry and how they influence our lives. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20aIntroRedox.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which gives tips on how to balance redox reactions in acidic conditions. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20bBalanceRxnAcid.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which gives tips on how to balance redox reactions in basic conditions. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20cBalanceRxnBase.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which discusses the electrolytic cell and its implication for chemists. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20dElectrolyticCells.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which discusses the electromotive force (EMF) and how it applies to chemistry. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20eEcellValues.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which discusses how the electromotive force can be used in electrolytic cells for a variety of purposes. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20fUsingECellValues.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which looks at methods to quantify electrochemical reactions using the Faraday constant. Memorize the Faraday constant! https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20gQuantEChem.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 17 in CH 223 which looks at the Nernst equation which is used to find cell potentials under non-standard conditions. https://mhchem.org/223/classroom/zAudio/Ch20hNernstEq.mp4Door Michael Russell
#021 Rebroadcast This week, Melissa and Jam explore the chemistry of solar energy. How do we capture energy from the sun and turn it into electricity? Is it as super insanely cool as it seems? Are we living in the future already? Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. How to start a podcast.
We’re back with Dr. Monica Gandhi and our own Jim Weiss! We’ve loved checking in with these two about the current state of COVID-19, and this time, they delivered an uplifting assessment and a ton of recent data and studies to back it up.Door Real Chemistry
Check out the Chemistry Made Simple academy In this episode: The definition of atomic radius The trend across group 3 The reason for the trend Find out more about the Chemistry Made Simple academy Contact me: Instagram @chemistrymadesimple Email Matthew@ChemistryMadeSimple.net Join the discussion at the Chemistry Made Simple podcast community.…
We talk about the rise of the mystical Egyptian art, "khemeia," in the Hellenistic Period through the Roman empire. Support the showDoor Steve Cohen
We discuss the first chemical theories, both Chinese and Greek, from ancient times, and some of the philosophers who argued about them. Support the showDoor Steve Cohen
We discuss the earliest historical practical chemistry, such as bronze, smelting iron, leather-working, mummification, salt as a preservative, dyes, soap, and even the ultimate origin of the word "chemistry". We have a special guest, Biblical Hebrew scholar Michael Carasik of the podcast "Torah Talk" to fill us in on a bit of chemistry in the Hebre…
On July 1st, 2022, the controversial Parental Rights in Education bill, or as the political left dubs it, the Don't Say Gay law, will go into effect, while progressives and human rights advocates say that this endangers LGBTQ+ youth and promotes discrimination. The conspiracists view this law as a pushback against "The Gay Agenda." A conspiracy the…
This episode discusses examples of chemical change known to prehistoric humanity, from fire to fermentation, from annealing and smelting copper to glazing pottery, from heating ochre to change its color to the first use of bronze. Support the showDoor Stephen Cohen
This episode discusses the general theme of the podcast, its scope (from prehistory to the present), who I am, and the format of the series. Support the showDoor Stephen Cohen