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  • 08:56 DNA Spell Checker (2015 Nobel Prize In Chemistry) - Periodic Table Of Videos

    DNA Spell Checker (2015 Nobel Prize In Chemistry) - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    The 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded "for mechanistic studies of DNA repair". The recipients are Paul L. Modrich, Tomas Lindahl and Aziz Sancar. Discussed by Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff. More chemistry Nobel Prize videos: http://bit.ly/periodic

  • 03:04 What Happens If You Leave Stitches in for Too Long?

    What Happens If You Leave Stitches in for Too Long?

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    Leaving your stitches in too long can have some serious consequences. Host: Olivia Gordon We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017 Hosted by: ---------- Support S

  • 03:22 How Do Hand Sanitizers Work?

    How Do Hand Sanitizers Work?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions The labels always read, "Kills 99.99% of Germs!" but does the science of hand sanitizers back it up? Today we're taking a closer look at what this goo is made of, and just how effective it really is against viruses an

  • 05:12 Fried Chicken’s Deliciousness, Explained

    Fried Chicken’s Deliciousness, Explained

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Battered and deep-fried chicken might be one of the most delicious foods ever. But what makes this summer picnic staple so tasty? It all comes down to the chemistry of frying. In the latest Reactions video, learn how

  • 05:51 The Delicious Chemistry of Sushi

    The Delicious Chemistry of Sushi

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Sushi is sublime. Just fresh fish and seasoned rice in its simplest form served one on top of the other or rolled up with some veggies in a seaweed wrapper. What creates the subtle interplay of flavors in your tuna ni

  • 04:51 Why Olive Oil is Awesome

    Why Olive Oil is Awesome

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Whether you sop it up with bread or use it to boost your cooking, olive oil is awesome. But a lot of chemistry goes on in that bottle that can make or break a product. Take the “extra virgin” standard: Chemistry tells

  • 03:26 How Dangerous Is Popping Pimples? - Dear Blocko #7

    How Dangerous Is Popping Pimples? - Dear Blocko #7

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    It's Dear Blocko #7! Watch more: What If You’re Upside Down For Too Long? - Dear Blocko #6 ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QA-6i6QKEKc&t=0s&list=PL8L0MzSk_V6IuSpsTXRsyq2-4r08OpbhO&index=7 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubLifeNoggin | Get your exclusive Lif

  • 05:20 The One Where We Put Stuff in Acid

    The One Where We Put Stuff in Acid

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Acids are reactive, and even weak acids like vinegar can wow students with their reactivity. But strong acids can really put on a show, dissolving otherwise relatively inert metals. And aqua regia, or royal water, is

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  • 14:33 The World's Biggest Batteries Aren't What You Think

    The World's Biggest Batteries Aren't What You Think

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    When you think of batteries, you might think of the thing your watch or car needs to run. But as we move toward producing and storing more renewable energy (like solar and wind) we have to start thinking bigger. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeL

  • 08:16 Will This Pop a Balloon?

    Will This Pop a Balloon?

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    Have you ever popped a balloon with just an orange peel? This chemistry party trick is a classic demo of how solvents work. Learn about the science of why like dissolves like! Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReaction

  • 13:13 The Great MOLASSES Flood of 1919

    The Great MOLASSES Flood of 1919

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    When you think molasses, you probably think slow, sticky, or totally boring, but in January, 1919, a tsunami wave of molasses destroyed Bostons North End, killing 21 people and leaving another 150 injured. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearnin

  • 15:42 UNTOLD | The Loneliest Whale

    UNTOLD | The Loneliest Whale

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    Out in the deep swims an elusive whale who has never been seen, but has been heard for years. The whale sings a song outside the normal whale-song frequency. Does that mean none of its fellow whales can understand it? In this episode of #Untold, a new #Yo

  • 04:20 What is Ringworm and How Do You Get Rid of It?

    What is Ringworm and How Do You Get Rid of It?

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    Did you know ringworm is not actually a worm? This week on Reactions find out what ringworm is, how the culprit feeds on your skin, hair, and nails, and learn how to not be its next meal.Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactionsFacebook! http://facebook.com/A

  • 13:53 What Meteors Reveal About Earths Hidden Past

    What Meteors Reveal About Earths Hidden Past

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    Our planet has been rocked by many-a-meteorite, and theyve left not just themselves as space debris but also craters and even molecules needed for life. Now weve started to travel to them, and they might be a key part of our forays into deep space. In thi

  • 06:56 Popular DIY Rainbow School Supplies! Hack Along: Highlighter, Slime Book, Pencil Clutch | DIY LIFE HACK GIRL

    DIY Rainbow School Supplies! Hack Along: Highlighter, Slime Book, Pencil Clutch | DIY LIFE HACK GIRL

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    This week, we are brightening your school days with DIY school supplies, THE RAINBOW EDITION! DIY Rainbow Highlighter. 3 highlighters in one! WHAAAAT! Check it out, for this DIY all you need is a yellow, a blue and a pink highlighter. Draw each color onto

  • 11:59 The Terrifying (but Awesome) Science Behind Red Tides

    The Terrifying (but Awesome) Science Behind Red Tides

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    Maybe you already knew that deadly algal tides discolor ocean waves, deplete the water of oxygen, and release toxins that can kill a huge range of ocean critters, but did you know that the tiny organisms that cause red tides are also an extremely importan

  • 12:44 What Could An Explosion On the Sun Do Here On Earth?

    What Could An Explosion On the Sun Do Here On Earth?

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    The sun is essential plant food thats heating our planet, but we dont often think about the wild things happening on and below its surface. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearning series from ACS, PBS, and YouTube, we talk about those wild thin

  • 06:59 How Milk Becomes Cheese

    How Milk Becomes Cheese

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    Ever wonder how milk becomes cheese? We asked about the science and the microbes that go into this tasty food. This week on Reactions, we visit St. James Cheese Company in New Orleans to learn all about the chemistry of your favorite dairy product. Subscr

  • 03:52 How Plastic Recycling Actually Works

    How Plastic Recycling Actually Works

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    Check out REInventors here!: http://youtube.com/pbsreinventors What happens to plastic bottles when you recycle them? Do they get made into fresh bottles, or do they become something else? This week on Reactions, learn why it's easier to turn bottles into

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  • 12:52 Cellulose: From Trees to Explosives

    Cellulose: From Trees to Explosives

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    Cellulose is everywhere. In fact, it is the most abundant organic molecule on the Earth! Its in (but not limited to) our food, clothing, and plastics, and the cellulose compound nitrocellulose is used in explosives but also in things like x-rays, early si

  • 05:35 The Race to Invent the Periodic Table

    The Race to Invent the Periodic Table

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    This week on Reactions, we look at the chemistry of gallium, the science behind the holes in the periodic table, and the history of how the elements fell into place. Some chemists might see the periodic table of elements as a holy testament to the power o

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  • 04:30 How Much Tea Would it Take to Turn the Boston Harbor into Tea?

    How Much Tea Would it Take to Turn the Boston Harbor into Tea?

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    We wanted to know if enough tea was dumped in Boston harbor during the Boston tea party to turn the entire thing to tea. So we did some math. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReactions Twitter! http://twitter.com/ACSR

  • 04:10 The Leidenfrost Effect: When Water Levitates

    The Leidenfrost Effect: When Water Levitates

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Have you ever seen a drop of water navigate a maze? It’s possible thanks to a weird phenomenon called the Leidenfrost Effect. Understanding Leidenfrost — first described more than 200 years ago — helped engineers make

  • 04:09 What Color Is The Moon?

    What Color Is The Moon?

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    How the night sky tricks our brains! ↓ More info and sources below ↓ Here’s how you all described the color of the moon: https://www.facebook.com/itsokaytobesmart/photos/a.337182013046136.73328.173915612706111/801410886623244/ http://www.itsokaytobesmart.

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  • 14:58 Challenger: The Real Story of an Avoidable Disaster

    Challenger: The Real Story of an Avoidable Disaster

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    On January 28, 1986, the Challenger Space Shuttle broke apart just 73 seconds into its flight. All seven crew members aboard were killed and space travel was changed forever. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearning series from ACS, PBS, and You

  • 02:15 What are Eye Boogers?

    What are Eye Boogers?

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    Watch PBS Eons! https://www.youtube.com/eons Eye crusties, sleep, sand, eye boogers. What’s that stuff in the corner of your eyes when you wake up? This week, Reactions explains the chemistry of the film that protects your eyes. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/A

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  • 03:42 Why Tardigrades are Some of the Most Hardcore Critters on the Planet

    Why Tardigrades are Some of the Most Hardcore Critters on the Planet

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    It can survive drying out, extreme heat and cold, and even exposure to vacuum. The humble tardigrade can be found practically anywhere there’s enough water for it to live, and quite a few places there isn’t. This weird, ugly-cute little guy’s secret comes

  • 12:31 Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole? A Story of A/C, Atoms, and CFCs

    Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole? A Story of A/C, Atoms, and CFCs

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    It might feel like theyre making us cooler, but refrigerators and air conditioning are actually making our world warmer. Yes, they use a huge amount of electricity, but many older cooling methods also released tons of molecules that are still hanging arou

  • 03:05 How Does Double Acting Baking Powder... Doubly Act?

    How Does Double Acting Baking Powder... Doubly Act?

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    Take the PBSDS Annual Survey! https://to.pbs.org/2018YTSurvey Why does baking powder say “double acting” on the container? Is that better than single acting? This week on Reactions, we explain -- with chemistry! Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Faceb

  • 03:41 Can You Take Expired Medications?

    Can You Take Expired Medications?

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    Description: Every medicine you buy has an expiration date printed on it somewhere, but does it actually go bad? This week on Reactions, we explain the chemistry of drug expiration dates. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com

  • 05:19 What is Natto?

    What is Natto?

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    It’s a much-loved, protein-packed Japanese food standby. It’s also made of slimy, stinky soybeans. By popular request, this week Reactions is all about the chemistry of natto. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReaction

  • 04:39 How Air Conditioning Works

    How Air Conditioning Works

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    To beat the summer heat, we turn to air conditioning. But that sweet, cool relief isn’t magic: it’s the science of heat transfer and the chemistry of refrigerants. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReaction

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  • 03:27 What Causes Chapped Lips?

    What Causes Chapped Lips?

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    For some people, winter means a daily battle against cracking, scaling or peeling lips. But what actually causes chapped lips? How can you prevent it? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/lip-care/tips/5-tips-for-batt

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  • 05:29 Do Astronauts Need Sunscreen?

    Do Astronauts Need Sunscreen?

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    How do astronauts survive the deadly radiation of deep space? NASA is still figuring out how to protect astronauts from cosmic radiation -- like plastic shielding and magnetic deflectors. Learn more about National Chemistry Week here! https://www.acs.org/

  • 04:29 Chameleons Are Masters of Nanotechnology

    Chameleons Are Masters of Nanotechnology

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    What do chameleons have to do with nanotechnology? These color-changing lizards are some of nature’s wackiest animals, all because they’re masters of pigment and light. This week on Reactions, learn all about the chemistry of chameleon color. Subscribe to

  • 03:15 Yellowstone Steaming Acid Pools of Death

    Yellowstone Steaming Acid Pools of Death

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    TAKE THE PBS DIGITAL SURVEY! https://to.pbs.org/2018YTSurvey Yellowstone National Park’s hot springs have incredible geochemistry thanks to being part of an actual volcano. But why are they so different, and why are some more dangerous than others?

  • 02:48 Why Do Some People Hate Cilantro?

    Why Do Some People Hate Cilantro?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Cilantro is one of the most polarizing herbs the planet. Consider it the Benedict Cumberbatch of taco toppings. But what is it about this little plant that stokes such intense vitriol from some people, while the rest

  • 04:14 What's That After-Rain Smell Made Of?

    What's That After-Rain Smell Made Of?

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    There’s a sweet smell in the air after it rains, whether it’s a spring shower or a summer storm. This week on Reactions, we explain the chemistry of petrichor, the smell of rain. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReact

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  • 05:58 The Evolution of Dance - 1950 to 2019 - By Ricardo Walker's Crew

    The Evolution of Dance - 1950 to 2019 - By Ricardo Walker's Crew

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    If you enjoyed this video, make sure to SUBSCRIBE, this is the best way for you to support us! Don't forget to hit the LIKE bottom and comment below what do you think about this video! Musics that we used on the video: 00:03 - 00:13 - Singin'in the Rain -

  • 04:14 The Disease We Barely Know Anything About

    The Disease We Barely Know Anything About

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    We don’t know what causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, how to treat it or even what to call it. What’s up with this mysterious disease? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://health.howstuffworks.com/diseases-conditions/chronic-fatigue/the-basics-of-chronic

  • 04:45 The Ultimate Donut Battle: Cake vs. Yeast

    The Ultimate Donut Battle: Cake vs. Yeast

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    There’s nothing weirder than biting into a cake donut when you’re expecting the texture of a yeast donut. It’s all fried dough, right? This week on Reactions, we talk about how chemistry makes these two foods so different. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReac

  • 03:07 Can Silver Nanoparticles Combat Your Stink?

    Can Silver Nanoparticles Combat Your Stink?

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    Some clothing makers try to harness the antibacterial power of silver to combat the smell of sweat from your workouts -- now with added nanotechnology. This week on Reactions, we ask: does it work? Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://fa

  • 04:10 How Do You Catch Fruit Flies?

    How Do You Catch Fruit Flies?

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    You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar--or do you? This week on Reactions, we explain the chemistry behind why fruit flies love vinegar so much, some entomologists call them “vinegar flies.” Check out Storycast “Tacos of Texas,” here!: https://

  • 05:15 Why Does Stinky Cheese Stink?

    Why Does Stinky Cheese Stink?

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    Some cheeses, like Epoisses, are so legendarily stinky they’re supposedly banned on public transit in France. It’s the chemistry of washed-rind cheeses that makes them such a smelly food. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com

  • 12:01 The Game That Learns

    The Game That Learns

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    Watch my newest video, "The Game You Win By Losing (Parrondo's Paradox)": https://youtu.be/PpvboBJEozMInstall Raid for Free IOS: http://bit.ly/2HtjCLc ANDROID: http://bit.ly/2Th4NgaGet 50k silver immediately and a free Epic Champion as part of the new pla

  • 12:20 Smallest Countries In The World

    Smallest Countries In The World

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    The smallest independent countries in the world! These are the various micronations around the planet and the ways in which they prosper despite their stature.What micronations can be found within the borders of Italy? What tiny island countries checker t

  • 03:46 Why Superhydrophobic Materials Never Get Wet

    Why Superhydrophobic Materials Never Get Wet

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    For more water-repelling chemistry, check out this great graphic from our friends at C&EN and Compound Interest: http://cen.acs.org/articles/94/i15/Periodic-graphics-Water-repelling-chemistry.html Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Raincoats, car winds


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