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  • 01:56 Envisioning Chemistry: Precipitation IV

    Envisioning Chemistry: Precipitation IV

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    Precipitation reactions occur when cations and anions in solution combine to form an insoluble solid called a precipitate. This film shows the artistic exploration of the colors and forms generated by various precipitation reactions. In some cases, multip

  • 00:32 Reaction between Copper and Concentrated Nitric Acid

    Reaction between Copper and Concentrated Nitric Acid

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    Envisioning Chemistry chemical reaction resource demo video.

  • 01:57 Envisioning Chemistry: Disappearing Metals

    Envisioning Chemistry: Disappearing Metals

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    Metals are strong but they can be dissolved in various liquids. This film shows the dissolving and disappearing of 6 metals in different liquids, including acids, a strong base, and water. It’s kind of sad to watch these beautiful metals leaving this worl

  • 02:10 How Do Lizards Eat

    How Do Lizards Eat

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    There are more than 6,000 species of lizards in the world. They have evolved different ways of eating food. This video shows how three lizard species eat their food: blue-tongued skink, leopard gecko, and veiled chameleon. Video: Jingling Miao Producer: Y

  • 02:44 The ELEMENTS of Life

    The ELEMENTS of Life

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    Do you know about 99.9% of your body is made of 11 chemical elements? What are these elements and what do they look like? You will find the answers in this film. The film organizes the 11 elements in 3 groups: the first group is gases and liquids, the sec

  • 08:59 Envisioning Chemistry Collection II: Magic of Chemistry

    Envisioning Chemistry Collection II: Magic of Chemistry

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    This collection of Envisioning Chemistry includes 5 films: 1. Getting Hot (with Thermal Imaging) 2. Everyday Fire (in Slow Motion) 3. Disappearing Metals (Aluminum, Magnesium, Copper, Lithium, Sodium, Potassium) 4. Elemental Burning (Carbon, Sodium, Phosp

  • 02:41 Envisioning Chemistry: Getting Hot (with Thermal Imaging)

    Envisioning Chemistry: Getting Hot (with Thermal Imaging)

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    Many chemical reactions release heat. These reactions are also called exothermic reactions. With the help of an infrared thermal camera, we can visualize the temperature change during these reactions. In this film, we show 5 exothermic processes captured

  • 01:10 Envisioning Chemistry: Bubbling III

    Envisioning Chemistry: Bubbling III

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    Bubbles are generated when gases are produced by chemical reactions in solution. In this film, 5 gas-generating reactions were recorded with a microscope to show the bubbling formation in great details. Can egg shell gives bubbles too? You will find out i

  • 01:04 Microworld Unseen: Chapter 01 Pale Grass Blue

    Microworld Unseen: Chapter 01 Pale Grass Blue

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    Everyday objects and life forms, magnified hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands times, what would you see? That's what we want to show in Microworld Unseen, a new project from Beauty of Science, in which we use a scanning electron microscope (SEM)

  • 02:32 Envisioning Chemistry: Metal Displacement II

    Envisioning Chemistry: Metal Displacement II

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    A metal can displace a less reactive metal from its salt solution. Zinc is more reactive than silver, lead, copper, and tin. As a result, when pieces of zinc metal were dropped in the solutions of silver nitrate, lead(II) nitrate, copper(II) sulfate, and

  • 02:37 Envisioning Chemistry: Chemical Garden II

    Envisioning Chemistry: Chemical Garden II

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    When a piece of metal salt is dropped in the solution of sodium silicate, a membrane of insoluble metal silicate is formed. Due to the osmotic pressure, water enters the membrane and breaks it, generating more insoluble membranes. This cycle repeats and t

  • 01:14 Envisioning Chemistry: The Beauty of Flames

    Envisioning Chemistry: The Beauty of Flames

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    What is the video about? This video captures many beautiful and extraordinary flames created by Prof. Fei Qi's research team at the Combustion Lab, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Why do they create these flames? By studying these flames, the researchers w

  • 02:55 Chemical Elemental Burning. C, Na, P, Mg, S

    Chemical Elemental Burning. C, Na, P, Mg, S

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    A shot film about the combustion of 5 elements: carbon, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, and sulfur.

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  • 02:09 Envisioning Chemistry: Electrodeposition

    Envisioning Chemistry: Electrodeposition

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    During electrodeposition, metal cations in a solution get reduced at the electrode connected to the negative terminal of a power supply. Beautiful metal structures can be generated in this process. In this film, the electrodeposition processes of 5 metals

  • 01:13 Envisioning Chemistry: Elemental Burning II

    Envisioning Chemistry: Elemental Burning II

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    Elements can burn, some burn brightly, some burn beautifully, and some transform into weird shapes after burning. As a sequel to Elemental Burning, here we show the combustion of 4 more elements: lithium, hydrogen, iron, and potassium. For more films, ple

  • 02:38 Envisioning Chemistry: Flowers & Colors

    Envisioning Chemistry: Flowers & Colors

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    Most red, blue, or purple flowers contain pigments called anthocyanins, whose colors are sensitive to pH (the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution). As a result, when we immerse a blue flower into an acid or basic solution, its color is likely to ch

  • 02:45 How Animals Eat

    How Animals Eat

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    A short film showing how 6 animals eat their food, including a snail, a katydid, a betta fish, a hamster, an axolotl, and a duckling. For more information: https://www.beautyofscience.com/animals Producer/Photographer/Editor: Yan Liang

  • 01:20 Envisioning Chemistry: Everyday Fire (in Slow Motion)

    Envisioning Chemistry: Everyday Fire (in Slow Motion)

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    Chemical reactions are all around us. Fire is a type of chemical reaction between oxygen in the air and flammable materials such as gasoline or wood. In this film, we used high-speed photography to shoot common fire in everyday life. When things are slow

  • 01:18 Envisioning Chemistry: Bubbling II

    Envisioning Chemistry: Bubbling II

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    Bubbles are generated when gases are produced by chemical reactions in solution. In this film, 8 gas-generating reactions were recorded with a macro lens to show the bubbling formation in great details. Can seashells give bubbles too? You will find out in

  • 10:00 Envisioning Chemistry Collection I: Beauty of Chemistry

    Envisioning Chemistry Collection I: Beauty of Chemistry

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    This collection of Envisioning Chemistry includes 5 films: 1. Electrodeposition 2. Precipitation IV 3. Metal Displacement II 4. Bubbling II 5. Chemical Garden II For more films and text descriptions: please visit https://envisioningchemistry.com Credit: V

  • 02:26 The Metamorphosis of a Dragonfly

    The Metamorphosis of a Dragonfly

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    This short film documented the magical transformation (metamorphosis) of a dragonfly from its nymph to an adult. All footages were captured with an iPhone 6s from May 25th 11pm to May 26th 7am. Metamorphosis is truly a wonder of nature. For high-res image

  • 01:01 Seeing Heat: Frying an Egg (Infrared Thermography)

    Seeing Heat: Frying an Egg (Infrared Thermography)

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    Everyday activities become very interesting under an infrared thermal camera that can reveal surface temperatures. This video is part of an ongoing BOS project called Seeing Heat: http://beautyofscience.com/seeing-heat Previous video: https://vimeo.com/20

  • 01:14 m&m's Dissolving in Water - 4K

    m&m's Dissolving in Water - 4K

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    We dropped m&m's chocolate in water and discovered something really wonderful! This 4K time-lapse video was shot with a Sony A7R M2 camera to capture the beautiful details of m&m's dissolving. High-resolution stills: http://www.beautyofscience.com

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