Best polyatomic podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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The following video podcasts are based on the Chemistry units found within the Ontario Curriculum
 
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Southeast Green - Speaking of Green
 
H2forLife is colloidal platinum dissolved in purified spring water and super saturated with molecular hydrogen under high pressure. Numerous recent scientific studies have demonstrated that molecular hydrogen acts as a safe and highly effective method to deactivate harmful free radicals in the body. H2forLife tastes just like the fresh, filtere ...…
 
Episode 1: Polyatomic Ions (Fixed Audio) by Timothy Bentele
 
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MhChem Chemistry with Dr. Michael Russell
 
A screencast from Chapter 2 Part 2 in CH 221 which examines polyatomic ions. Try to memorize as many of these as you can! http://221.mhchem.org/classroom/zAudio/Ch03PolyatomicIons.mp4
 
A screencast from Chapter 2 Part 2 in CH 221 that gives a sort of "self quiz" on polyatomic nomenclature. You can use the controls on your player to stop/start the quiz. http://221.mhchem.org/classroom/zAudio/Ch03PolyatomicQuiz.mp4
 
In this lecture we continued our discussion of hybrid orbitals on central atoms that are used to form covalent bonds. We briefly reviewed sp^3 hybrid orbitals, then we talked about sp^2 and sp hybrid orbitals. Next we looked at the bonding in ethene (ethylene) to show how we view a double bond. We discussed sigma and pi bonds. We also looked at ...…
 
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Nash's Chemistry Class
 
Honors Chemistry podcast 4-1 over polyatomic ions.
 
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Nash's Chemistry Class
 
College Prep Chemistry lecture over polyatomic ions
 
Spectroscopic determination of bond dissociation energies is relatively straightforward for many diatomic molecules, but for polyatomic molecules it requires merging the results from a variety of challenging experiments. Professor Ellison describes how such techniques as flowing-afterglow mass spectroscopy and negative-ion photoelectron spectro ...…
 
KEY CONCEPTS:2 or more reactant --> 1 productmetal oxide + water --> base (bases contain an OH-)non-metal oxide + water --> oxy-acid (oxy-acid is a polyatomic with a hydrogen acting as a cation) - see what type of polyatomic comes to mind whe ...…
 
KEY TERMS: balance both sides of the equation by placing a number (coefficient) in front of the compound. Don't be afraid to have to change that number if it does not completely balance the equation. Balance polyatomic ions first. Remember that REACTANTS are to the left of the arrow and PRODUC ...…
 
KEY CONCEPTS: When naming Binary Acids, start by identifying the hydrogen atom as "hydro" and name the non-metal using the "ic" ending and add the word acid.
 
KEY CONCEPTS: Always refer to the original form of the polyatomic ion.From the original form: _____ate ion, if: i.) you gain an oxygen, name changes to per____ate ion. ii.) lose 1 oxygen, ...…
 
KEY TERMS: 2 or more non-metals, Nick the Camel ate a Clam for Supper in
 
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CHE 002A AR0,A01-A16 WQ 2011's official Podcast.
 
IUPAC Nomenclature of Binary Ionic, Binary Covalent, Binary Acids, Polyatomic ions and Polyatomic acids.
 
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Chemistry with Dr. Michael Russell Summer 2010
 
A screencast from Chapter 2 Part 2 in CH 221 that gives a sort of "self quiz" on polyatomic nomenclature. You can use the controls on your player to stop the quiz should you need additional time to figure out the answers, etc.
 
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Chemistry with Dr. Michael Russell Summer 2010
 
A screencast from Chapter 2 Part 2 in CH 221 which examines polyatomic ions. Try to memorize as many of these as you can!
 
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Chemistry with Dr. Michael Russell Summer 2010
 
Chemistry 221 lecture from April 12 which covers Chapter 2 Part Two, specifically the nature of a compound, the seven diatomics (memorize!), cations, anions, and polyatomic ions (memorize!)
 
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Rusty Microphone
 
Electro-Medicine (Quack Medicine?) In 1900 there were many competing medicines, such as chiropractic, naturopathic, homeopathic, acupuncture, electro-medicine, and what evolved into our current system – allopathic medicine. Most things that are outside of the framework of conventiona ...…
 
After discussing the statistical basis of the law of mass action, the lecture turns to developing a framework for understanding reaction rates. A potential energy surface that associates energy with polyatomic geometry can be realized physically for a linear, triatomic system, but it is more practical to use collective energies for starting mat ...…
 
Twin Lakes High School AP Chemistry Podcast
 
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