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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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#084 Wait, muscles are biology right? Well they're also chemistry. And guess what, muscle soreness and cramps are also chemistry. And believe it or not, the mystery of muscle soreness is much bigger than you might expect. Check it out! Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free. How to start a podcast.
Chatting about catalysis and carbon dioxide with Dr. César Urbina-Blanco. You can follow him on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/cesapoDoor Cayk
What We Covered 00:51 – Ed, Meranda and Brian introduce today’s guest, Shelli Connelly, who discusses her background and speaks to some of the elements of filter validation 05:41 – Shelli talks about the process of selecting a filter and why not all filters are the same 09:03 – The evolution and importance of sizing filters 11:26 – Shelli speaks to…
Nick talks to paleoanthropologist John Hawks about the story of human evolution. Support the Good Chemistry podcast. Connect with Nick Jikomes: Nick's Website Twitter YouTube Instagram Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/goodchemistry)Door Nick Jikomes / John Hawks
Where do you take your career after you’ve won all of science’s biggest prizes? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, C&EN executive editor Lisa Jarvis sits down with Nobel laureates Frances Arnold and Jennifer Doudna to hear about whether their career goals changed after they got that early-morning phone call in October and how the pandemic has shi…
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This month we find out drug testing has come a long way, as we read The Poison Trials: Wonder Drugs, Experiment and the Battle for Authority in Renaissance Science, the latest book from historian of science and medicine Alisha Rankin. The book tells little-known stories of medicine in 16th century Europe, such as Pope Clement VII’s personal physici…
A screencast from Chapter 11 in CH 222 which examines osmosis and osmotic pressure in solutions. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch14Osmosis.mp4Door Michael Russell
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 18 In this month's bonus episode, we share a special old Q&R that we've had in our back pocket for almost a year! Enjoy! 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 best podcast platform available. We use it and we are to…
#083 This might be one of the best chances to both listen to AND experience chemistry at the same time. Grab a bath bomb, fill up the tub, and let's find out how these friendly bombs work. How do they fizz up? How do they suddenly smell? Where do the colors come from? Can they make bath scientifically better? Let's hop in. Listen to As A Meter Of F…
Nick talks to neurologist and plant medicine expert Dr. Ethan Russo about medical cannabis and related topics, such as cannabinoids and terpenes, endocannabinoid biology, and Ethan's thoughts on the legal cannabis industry Support the Good Chemistry podcast. Connect with Nick Jikomes: Nick's Website Twitter YouTube Instagram Support the show (https…
Bonus Episode: Chemistry at Home 10 We have a very special guest this month, Stephanie Ryan Ph.D. aka @letslearnaboutscience (on Instagram)! Stephanie leads us through some cool experiments you can do at home using vinegar and baking soda. Be sure to check Stephanie out on Instagram, and look for her book "Let's Learn About Chemistry" wherever you …
What We Covered 00:51 – Meranda and Ed discuss the Regulatory Odd Couple blog series and constructing the CTD Module 3 11:54 – Ed explains the importance of building the Quality Overall Summary (QOS) and the different starting points for drug process development 19:45 – Ed and Meranda talk about characterization, the process of manufacturing drug s…
Episode 2 of our Chemistry of Paint Cayk Bite: chemistry of paint binder!Want to participate in our giveaway? Submit your comments about what art means to you on my pinned tweet: https://twitter.com/ChemistryCayk/status/1360285133195022337Due to shipping circumstances, badges are available to folks in the US and Canada.Prizes are courtesy of our sw…
#082 Wow sunglasses sure are cool. What's the coolest thing about them? Is it how cool they make us look and feel? Or is it the chemistry inside them? We'll let you decide, but we think you'll be surprised to find out how significant a role chemistry plays in the making of your shades. Listen to As A Meter Of Fact, with Coserv! Like the show? Buy u…
Atomic orbitals download In this episode, I start by giving a definition of atomic orbitals. I talk about the different types and shapes, and explain that there are rules about which shell each orbital type can exist in. How many orbitals of each type? We talk about that too. Read moreDoor Matthew Macariou
A screencast from Chapter 11 in CH 222 which discusses boiling point elevation and freezing point depression for solutions. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch14BPFPCalcs.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 11 in CH 222 which looks at Henry's Law and Raoult's Law. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch14SolutionHenryRaoult.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 11 in CH 222 which examines calculations based on solutions. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch14SolutionConcCalcs.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 11 in CH 222 which introduces solutions and their properties. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch14IntroSolutions.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 that talks about critical temperature and pressure. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13PhaseTempCrit.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which looks at phase diagrams. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13PhaseDiag.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which discusses calculations relating to solid compounds. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13SolidsCalculations.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which introduces solids. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13SolidsIntro.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which examines surface tension, capillary action and viscosity. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13SurfTensCapActVisc.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which discusses boiling liquids and the relation to vapor pressure. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13BoilingLiquids.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which examines liquids and their properties. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13Liquids.mp4Door Michael Russell
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapters Ten and Eleven in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/222CG05.mp4Door Michael Russell
This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Five (which covers Chapters Ten and Eleven in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/cg05.mp3Door Michael Russell
Nick talks to neuropsychologist Katrin Preller, PhD about psychedelics like LSD and psilocybin, empathogens like MDMA, and stimulants like cocaine. Katrin explains how each type of drug affects the brain differently and what that means for their impact on empathy, social cognition, and their addictive potential. Follow Dr. Preller on Twitter Suppor…
Chatting about making better molecules to make better batteries! You can follow Dr. Mitch Anstey on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/theyneedacrane and visit his website here: mitchanstey.orgA friendly reminder that Challenge 1: Flora of the giveaway is still active and will close at 11:59pm PST on 10 February 2021. Prizes courtesy of d-orbital Ga…
#081 The sun. It's nice, it's warm, it helps things grow, it helps us see, it helps us exist in the first place. But it's also a massive burning molten ball of radiation and ultraviolet rays. So how does our mysterious yellow friend fade the poor items we leave outside? Let's find out. Don't hurt us, yellow friend. Listen to As A Meter Of Fact! Lik…
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which looks at the weakest but important intermolecular forces, specifically dipole-induced dipole and induced dipole-induced dipole. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13IMDIDLondon.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which looks at the more intermolecular forces, namely dipole-dipole and the (very important!) hydrogen bonding forces. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13IMDDHBond.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 10 in CH 222 which looks at the most powerful intermolecular forces, namely ion-ion / metallic and ion-dipole. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch13IMIonMetalIonDipole.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 which discuses diffusion and effusion with respect to gases. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12EffDiff.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 which examines how the kinetic molecular theory helps explain the behavior of gases. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12KMT.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 that examines PM = dRT, an equation which relates the density of a gas to the molar mass of the gas. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12PMdRT.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 which examines the ideal gas law, the most important equation of this chapter. Make sure you memorize the value of R! https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12PVnRT.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 which looks at the relationships between the properties of gases, specifically Boyle's and Charles's Laws. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12BoyleCharles.mp4Door Michael Russell
A screencast from Chapter 9 in CH 222 which looks at pressure and units used to definite its intensity. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch12IntroPressure.mp4Door Michael Russell
This is the video introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Four (which covers Chapters Nine and Ten in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/222CG04.mp4Door Michael Russell
This is the audio introduction to Chapter Guide Lesson Four (which covers Chapters Nine and Ten in our textbook) for Chemistry 222. https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/cg04.mp3Door Michael Russell
Quantum mechanics is one of those phrases that makes many a chemistry student lose sleep. Because quantum mechanics, or quantum theory, is our attempt to describe the counter-intuitive behaviour of tiny particles. In this episode, we use two analogies to explain the discontinuous nature of quantum behaviour. From those analogies, we introduced the …
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Nick talks to Peter Addy, PhD about the atypical, dissociative psychedelic, salvia. Peter is a psychotherapist and spent several years at the Yale, studying human experiences with atypical psychedelics such as Salvia divinorum. Nick and Peter talked about salvia, including how it works and how it differs from other psychedelics, as well as dissocia…
Episode 1 of our Chemistry of Paint Cayk Bite: chemistry of paint binder!Want to participate in our giveaway? Submit your masterpieces here: https://forms.gle/gsHov3CnZtKHbhfW6This week's theme: FLORA art pieces! Submissions will close by 11:59 pm PST on February 10. A friendly reminder that in order to be eligible to win one of two X-ray Crystallo…
What We Covered 00:54 – Meranda and Brian flip the script by introducing fellow host, Ed Narke as today’s guest 01:56 – Ed speaks to his extensive background in CMC and the importance he places on building relationships based on trust 11:06 – Ed expounds on his role at DSI and the impact he, Brian, Meranda and the entire DSI team are having on the …