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Compounds In Chemistry

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Part of the "Chemistry in Action" series. Demonstrates how chemical compounds are placed into groups so that they may be studied easier. Explores acids and bases, emphasizing their nature and common everyday uses. Discusses carbon compounds, and introduces the following terminology: acid, base, pH, salt, carbon, organic, and hydrocarbon.

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Runtime: 19 minutes 59 seconds

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    Anonymous (TUCSON, AZ)
    September 6th, 2016 at 11:01 AM

    Good introduction to carbon or organic compounds