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A podcast that helps you understand the fascinating chemistry hidden in your everyday life. Have you ever wondered why onions make you cry? Or how soap gets your hands clean? What really is margarine, or why do trees change colors in the fall? Melissa is a chemist, and to answer these questions she started a podcast, called Chemistry for your life! In each episode Melissa explains the chemistry behind one of life’s mysteries to Jam, who is definitely not a chemist, but she explains it in a w ...
 
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This free monthly podcast is offered by Clinical Chemistry. Clinical Chemistry is the leading forum for peer-reviewed, original research on innovative practices in today's clinical laboratory. In addition to being the most cited journal in the field, Clinical Chemistry has the highest Impact Factor (7.292 in 2019) among journals of clinical chemistry, clinical (or anatomic) pathology, analytical chemistry, and the subspecialties, such as transfusion medicine and clinical microbiology.
 
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 ...
 
Helping you understand chemistry topics from A-Level and Advanced Higher. Get more guidance, deeper resources and a helpful community at ChemistryMadeSimple.net 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 ...
 
Den her podcast omhandler kemi og rangering af kemi iforhold til en klassisk "tier" liste, hvor S er bedst og F er værst. Jeg vil igennem de forskellige afsnit lave en rangering og på sigt får vi også lagt en liste op på nettet, hvor man kan følge med! Vi prøver at forklare noget forskelligt kemi og give en bredere forståelse til alle. Vi håber i vil lytte med og hygge jer sammen med os.
 
Learn Chemistry with Chemistry Notes Info at https://www.ChemistryNotesInfo.com. ChemistryNotesInfo.Com: Your Chemistry Tutor for Chemistry Study. Innovative Online Education Classes for 9, 10, 11, 12, Degree Courses, BSc, MSc. You can also Learn Topics like Spectroscopy, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Science, College Chemistry. With this Chemistry Podcast you also learn Science Chemistry Terminology, Science Quiz, Chemistry Test, Experiments, Basic to Advance Chem
 
The audio magazine of WACKER shows the many exciting roles chemistry plays in everyday life. Each instalment will give you interesting insights into how chemistry ensures perfectly functioning products in all areas of life. Whether it is drugs, computers, cleaning agents, clothing or toys - WACKER products play a vital role almost everywhere. More: www.wacker.com/podcast
 
A successful marriage can take time for chemistry to develop. Building chemistry does not only involve creating romantic gestures, but it requires emotional compatibility, secure communication, and marital compatibility. In Marital Chemistry, both couples open up and reveal their secrets to a happier and healthier marriage pulling from their relationship chemistry. In each podcast, G-Cohen, Lisa, Richard and Juanita write marital prescriptions to help couples, singles or if you're just datin ...
 
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We learn about developments in 20th-century theoretical inorganic chemistry, starting with coordination complexes as explained by Christian Blomstrand, Sophus Jørgensen, and Alfred Werner. Theory from a quantum-chemical perspective began with Jean Becquerel and Hans Bethe and "Crystal Field Theory." We then look at John Griffith and Leslie Orgel's …
 
Nu har vi snakket så meget om raketter og rumfart, så! Derfor har vi valgt at dagens afsnit skal handle om hydrazin og grupper der indeholder hydrazin. Følg med mens vi snakker om alt fra svampe til atom raketter! Vi kommer vidt og bredt omkring og får også placeret Hydrazin på en værdi plads! Hil hydrazinerne! Velkommen til Ye Ol Chemistry Lab! Vo…
 
#153 Whether you're a frequent customer of the dry cleaner or not, you've probably wondered, "why is it called dry cleaning? How could it be dry?" So let's get into it. What is dry cleaning? Why is it called dry? What are they using to clean our clothes? Does it actually work? Let's find out! References from this episode https://www.acs.org/pressro…
 
In this episode: Definition of alcohols Formula of alcohols Classification as primary, secondary or tertiary Synthesis of alcohols Physical properties Want to know more, or support the show? Become a Patreon supporter of the podcast and get more from each episode patreon.com/chemistrymadesimple Check out the Chemistry Made Simple academy Find out m…
 
Annalisa Jenkins, MBBS, Non Executive Director at Compass Pathways & Jim Weiss, Founder and Chairman at Real Chemistry, join the podcast this week to discuss women in life sciences leadership roles, novel approaches to disease areas such as infectious diseases and cancer, and using AI for a more effective healthcare system.…
 
A screencast from Chapter 20 in CH 222 which provides a self-quiz for organic nomenclature. Try it! It's just for fun, maybe it will help you learn this week's material? :) https://mhchem.org/222/classroom/zAudio/Ch11OChemQuiz.mp4Michael Russell tarafından oluşturuldu
 
As a celebratory episode, reaching number 50 in this podcast, we talk about the history of DNA, from its discovery by Dr. Friedrich Miescher in the 1860s, to the race to uncover its correct structure in 1953, between the Great and Powerful Linus Pauling, and the less-great and certainly non-powerful James Watson and Francis Crick. Along the way, we…
 
I dag fejrer Magnus og Morten hunderede års jubilæet for opdagelsen af hafnium. Og det er virkelig noget der er værd at fejre. Så der vil være bobler, flag og virkelig ringe pyroteknik. I afsnittet kommer vi omkring København, videnskabelig diss, meget høje temperaturer og raketter (igen). Vi håber i vil være med til at fejre hafnium! Velkommen til…
 
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 39 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about fero fluids, semi permanent tattoos, ketchup, least favorite pastas, and more! Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it…
 
In which we hear about 19th-century observations on the heat-capacity of gases, starting with Eunice Foot in 1856 and John Tyndall a few years later. Then we get to the first mathematical modeling of Earth's climate and how concentration of certain gases affects the climate, as done by Svante Arrhenius in 1896. Then we change to leaded gasoline in …
 
In this episode: Definition of elimination reaction description of elimination mechanism Elimination vs Nucleophilic substitution - know the conditions ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Want to know more, or support the show? Become a Patreon supporter of the podcast and get more from each episode patreon.com/…
 
Idag snakker Morten og Magnus omkring ædelgasser, denne gang som et koncept og overordnet om nogle af de forskellige ædelgasser. I et senere afsnit, vil der bliver snakket mere specifikt om de enkelte af ædelgasserne. Der bliver i dagens afsnit snakket om alt fra bedøvelse til rumfart, vi håber i vil nyde dagens afsnit. Velkommen til Ye Ol Chemistr…
 
Once chemists realized that Staudinger was right, that molecules could be huge, protein research zoomed ahead. We hear of Gilbert Adair's study of hemoglobin, of the battle James Sumner had over the crystallization of urease with Richard Willstätter, and then the huge research William Astbury did on various keratin structures. Linus Pauling enters …
 
#152 Well we've just finished that time of the year, the time when some of us bring pine trees into our homes to hang out with us for a few weeks. Sounds fine right? Nothing risky, it's just a tree right? Unless maybe that tree secretly has a notable similarity to jet fuel. Then maybe it could have a chance of being a problem. References from this …
 
In this episode: Definition of nucleophile Examples of nucleophiles Description of the nucleophilic substitution reaction of halogenoalkanes Example reactions and products Want to know more, or support the show? Become a Patreon supporter of the podcast and get more from each episode patreon.com/chemistrymadesimple Check out the Chemistry Made Simp…
 
This episode is devoted to "spectroscopy," when you toss light at a sample and see how the sample responds. We talk of infrared spectroscopy, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, far-infrared spectroscopy, and microwaves. All of these types of light affect molecules--in different ways--and we learn how, and who was instrumental in developing each type…
 
#023 Rebroadcast This week, Melissa and Jam explore the wintery chemistry of snowflakes. How do they form? How are they all unique? How do they look so gosh darn cool? Why don’t we see them here in Texas very much? References from this episode The Chemistry of Snowflakes, Explained - Charlotte Hsu How Do Snowflakes Form? Crystal Growing Competition…
 
Chas Bountra, PhD, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Innovation & Professor for Translational Medicine at the University of Oxford, and Jim Weiss, Founder & CEO of Real Chemistry, join this week’s episode to discuss accelerating healthcare through novel ideas and the importance of collaborating across organizations, industries and countries.…
 
Glædelig nytår! I dette afsnit, snakker Morten og jeg over en blue moon øl, omkring fyværkeri og hvad det er som gør fyrværkeri til fyrvækeri. Vi rangerer den på den obligatoriske tier liste og kommer også lidt rundt om andre emner. Vi håber i har haft et godt og sikkert nytår, og glæder os til at dele flere spændende afsnit med jer i fremtiden. Ve…
 
In this episode: Definition of halogenoalkanes and haloalkanes Bond polarity in halogenoalkanes Solubility Trends in boiling point explained Trends in reactivity: Bond polarity vs bond enthalpy ----------------------------------------------------------- Other episodes referenced In this episode: How to name organic compounds The properties of alkan…
 
Here we start with more polymers popularized in the 1920s through the 1940s and beyond: polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, invented by accident in 1835 by Henri Regnault but made practical by Waldo Semon nearly a century later; polyethylene (polythene), invented by Hans von Pechmann, but commercialized by the mid- to late 1930s by ICI employees Eric Fawce…
 
#151 If you drink coffee, then you know that it starts to taste super different as it goes from hot to cold. Is it just the change in temperature that makes it seem like it tastes different? Or is there a little more chemistry going on? Let's find out. References from this episode https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.jafc.0c01373 https://pubs.acs.o…
 
Here we talk about mechanisms of organic reactions, that is, a physical model describing how particular organic molecules collide, interact, and react. The first chemist to discuss this in a modern way was Arthur Lapworth. We move to Robert Robinson, Arthur Michael, and then Irving Langmuir. Finally the current idea of a reaction mechanism was give…
 
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 38 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about amino acids, chemistry puns, salt preservation, and more! Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it. Check out our websi…
 
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