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1. Re-watch the whole video = 00:00
2. Carbon is a Tramp = 01:51
3. Electron Shells = 04:23
4. The Octet Rule = 06:52
5. Gilbert Lewis = 05:09
6. Covalent Bonds = 04:41
7. Polar & Non-Polar Covalent Bonds = 07:58
8. Ionic Bonds = 08:29
9. Hydrogen Bonds = 10:11
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Also, I'm just playing this to drown out the sounds of dogs barking outside so my dog can relax, but I do share your videos with my Animal Behaviour & Welfare students & they really help consolidate things we've discussed in class, so thanks for having so many uses!
The hardest part for me (5 years ago) was not letting it sink in that EVERYTHING is JUST protons, neutrons, and electrons and that we THEN assigned all these cute names for descriptive purposes, as well as making up a bunch of names for quick referencing. "Oh, what is this? Its got 6 of each and bonds most easily. I think we'll name it Carbon, that sounds trampy enough." Names mean nothing. Just memorize them and and numbers as needed.
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