Chemical Science
Chemistry is amazing! Learn more about the reactions and bonds.

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Bill Nye the Science Guy on Chemical Reactions

Bill Nye the Science Guy on Chemical Reactions

Explore the science behind different kinds of chemical reactions with Bill Nye. The explosions are completely accidental. More...

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Disney
Physical and Chemical Changes

Physical and Chemical Changes

How can you tell if something has undergone a chemical change or just a physical one? Explore what causes chemical reactions. More...

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Bozeman Science
Chemical Bonds Quiz

Chemical Bonds Quiz

Pencil marks and diamonds are made of the same stuff; it's chemical bonds that make them different. Test your knowledge of chemical bonds here. More...

Interactive
NOVA/PBS
Chemical Energy

Chemical Energy

Food, gasoline, batteries, dynamite and even wood are all sources of chemical energy. Come along and explore the many ways energy is stored and released via chemicals. More...

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eSchooltoday
How to Speed Up Chemical Reactions (and Get a Date)

How to Speed Up Chemical Reactions (and Get a Date)

How are chemical reactions and getting a date to a dance similar? Watch the video to find out. More...

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TED-Ed
Kickstarting Chemical Reactions

Kickstarting Chemical Reactions

Trillions of chemical reactions happening every moment inside your body keep you alive. Four types of enzymes help them get going at the right speed. More...

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TED-Ed/Vance Kite
10 Examples of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life

10 Examples of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life

Digestion, combustion, photosynthesis, and rust are examples of the hundreds of thousands of chemical reactions you see and experience every day. More...

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About.com
Physical and Chemical Change: Conservation of Mass

Physical and Chemical Change: Conservation of Mass

Matter can't be created or destroyed: That's one of the most important ideas in science. Meet the genius who came up with it (just before the guillotine got him). And watch experiments that prove it. More...

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Zenex Foundation
How Atoms Bond: Ionic Bonds

How Atoms Bond: Ionic Bonds

Click on the video called "How Atoms Bond: Ionic Bonds" for a crystal clear introduction to chemical bonds, especially ionic bonds. More...

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NBC
Bread Science 101

Bread Science 101

Carbon dioxide is what separates fluffy rolls and sandwich loafs from the thinnest flatbreads. Investigate the chemical reactions of yeast and baking power and soda. More...

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Exploratorium
Chemical Change: Rusting

Chemical Change: Rusting

Chemical changes produce new substances with new chemical properties. So rusting, which produces iron oxide, is a chemical change. More...

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Wisc-Online.com
Chemiluminescence: How Glow Sticks Work

Chemiluminescence: How Glow Sticks Work

The firefly is nature’s prime example of chemiluminescence: light created by chemicals without significant heat. More...

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Bytesize Science
Atomic Bond Types Discernible in Single-Molecule Images

Atomic Bond Types Discernible in Single-Molecule Images

Discernible means able to be perceived, or made out. With advanced microscopes, scientists can now discern chemical bonds in molecules. More...

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BBC