10 Results
Hydrogen   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (9))
Reactions and explosions involving hydrogen and its compounds are demonstrated.
Exploding Soap Bubbles: Hydrogen + Oxygen   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (6))
Explosions of bubbles filled with only hydrogen and with varying ratios of hydrogen and oxygen are demonstrated.
Exploding Soap Bubbles: Hydrogen + Oxygen   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (6))
Explosions of bubbles filled with only hydrogen and with varying amounts of hydrogen and oxygen are demonstrated.
Exploding Soap Bubbles: Hydrogen + Oxygen   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (6))
A series of three videos shows that as the ratio of oxygen to hydrogen in soap bubbles increases, the explosions that occur when the bubbles are ignited get louder. (The fact that with an excess of oxygen the explosions would become softer again is not shown.) Each video is repeated with no voice-over so that only the sounds of the explosions are heard. Five still images are provided to show the stoichiometry on the molecular scale. The videos are intended to be shown in order beginning with Hydrogen Alone and ending with hydrogen plus more oxygen.
Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (5))
Demonstrations exploring oxidation/reduction chemistry.
Electrolysis   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (4))
Various examples of electrolysis are presented.
Exploding Hydrogen Balloons   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (4))
Explosions of hydrogen-filled balloons are demonstrated.
Hydrogen + Chlorine Cannon   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (3))
When a corked test tube containing a mixture of hydrogen and chlorine is struck by light from a burning magnesium ribbon, the resulting explosion propels the cork out of the test tube.
Combustion Reactions   
(Movie/Animation, Audio/Visual (3))
Combustion reactions of methane, hydrogen, hexane, and natural gas in chlorine are demonstrated.
Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Their Compounds   
(Article (35))
Volume 04, issue 01 of a series of leaflets covering subjects of interest to students of elementary chemistry distributed in 1929 - 1932.