Interpol - Precipitate (song and lyrics) Gorgeous song. not off their major albums...Enjoy..made on my Imovie
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Formation of Copper Precipitates In This video several precipitation reactions are done with copper salts.
Inerpol - Pda Precipitate EP Pda from the Precipitate EP. The bass solo and ending are slightly different in this version
Precipitation Reactions In this video, we form 19 precipitates with various chemicals. A precipitate is formed when 2 soluble reactants react to form a soluble product and an insoluble product, which is "precipitated out." Some of the precipitates seen in this video are quite original, such as the lead chromate and silver phosphate.
Barium chromate precipitate Barium chromate precipitates from the alkaline dichromate solution.
Ringera saga could precipitate a constitutional crisis: VP warns 13/09/09 The stakes have gone up in the Ringera saga, with vice president Kalonzo Musyoka warning that last weeks decision by house speaker Kenneth Marende could precipitate a constitutional crisis. That issue will play itself out in parliament on Tuesday. This, as civil society activists pursue plans to hold an anti Ringera demo on Thursday.
Greek tourism crisis could precipitate default or more austerity A senior Greek government official has told the BBC that domestic terrorism and strikes have had a devastating impact on tourism, a key industry which generates 20 percent of the country's income. Experts on Crete, Greece's largest island, say that earnings from tourism this year are likely to fall by thirty percent, that's three times more than government estimates. Economists warn that such figures could force the Greek government to introduce new austerity measures to avoid defaulting on its debt. Our Athens correspondent Malcolm Brabant has been to Crete to assess the state of Greek tourism
Gold precipitation A short video on precipitating gold out of a chloride solution. As always wear proper saftey equipment when performing these experiments and never breathe in any fumes created from these processes.
Precipitation reactions Nuffield A level chemistry Practical A selection of precipitation reactions using Sodium Carbonate (unless otherwise specified). A precipitation reaction is a reaction in which soluble ions in separate solutions are mixed together to form an insoluble compound that settles out of solution as a solid. That insoluble compound is called a precipitate.
Reaction of Silver Nitrate with Sodium Hydroxide to download this video please go to www.downloadvideos.co.nr . Sodium hydroxide solution is added to silver nitrate solution. A close up view of the reaction is shown. There is no narration.
Precipitation Reaction: Sodium Iodide with Mercury(II) Chlor If you want to download this video then go to this site: www.downloadvideos.co.nr . Sodium iodide solution is added to mercury(II) chloride solution. Both the reactants and products are toxic. A close up view of the formation of the product is shown.
DCR - PRECIPITATE (BASSLINE/4X4/SPEED GARAGE) BASSLINE 4X4 SG SPEEDGARAGE
Update on Precipitate Formation with Ceftriaxone and Calcium containing Products (July 2009) FDA is updating earlier recommendations about the interaction between the antibiotic ceftriaxone and intravenous products that contain calcium. In certain circumstances, this interaction can cause dangerous precipitates to form. Ceftriaxone is sold as Rocephin and also as a generic. Products that contain calcium include Ringer's solution, Hartmann's solution and parenteral nutrition formulations that contain calcium. FDA had previously recommended that ceftriaxone and calcium-containing IV products not be administered within 48 hours of one another for patients of all ages. This has now changed. It is no longer necessary to wait 48 hours in patients over 28 days old, provided that certain precautions are followed. And FDA is still stressing that ceftriaxone must not be used in neonates if they are receiving or will receive calcium-containing IV products. Ceftriaxone and products that contain calcium may now be administered sequentially to patients older than 28 days of age, as long as the infusion lines are thoroughly flushed between infusions with a compatible fluid. However, ceftriaxone must not be administered simultaneously with intravenous calcium-containing solutions through a Y-site. FDA also continues to advise practitioners not to reconstitute or mix ceftriaxone with products that contain calcium. There are no data on whether ceftriaxone might interact with calcium-containing products that are given orally. It's also not clear whether intramuscular ceftriaxone ...
Golden Rain (precipitation of lead (II) iodide) This isn't one of the scheduled demonstrations, but I did it today and though some of you (whoever you all are!) might enjoy it. Apologies for the lousy editing!
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Precipitation reactions AgNO3(aq) + NaCl(aq) → AgCl(s) + NaNO3(aq) AgNO3(aq) + NaI(aq) → AgI(s) + NaNO3(aq)
Interpol - PDA - Precipitate EP This is another version of Interpol's PDA, from the Precipitate EP album released back in 1999.
Chemistry: Precipitation Reactions for full video. Check out for a comprehensive video-based chemistry course or for additional individual video lessons on specific Chemistry concepts and topics of study.
An AP Chemistry student shows a sunflower precipitate (Dewey Magic Show 2009) What is it? She is mixing lead(II) nitrate and potassium iodide.
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Elementary Productions: Potassium Iodide and Lead Nitrate A petri dish is filled with a small amount of water. Potassium Iodide is added to the petri dish in one end, and Lead Nitrate in the other end. As the two salts diffuse, Lead Iodide is precipitated as a "barrier" surrounding the place where the Lead Nitrate was placed. This is because of a substance with a high molecular weight diffuses more slowly than a substance with a lower molecular weight. This rule applies for any medium used, in this case water. Another good example of diffusion is why flatulence is able to smell up a room in seconds. Hydrogen sulfide (the substance responsible for the smell) has a pretty low molecular weight, and therefore diffuses faster. This experiment serves as a good demonstration on diffusion, because of the difference in molecular weights, the insolubility of Lead Iodide in water, and the color of the precipitate.
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Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 1 Drops of a coppersulfate solution are dripped into a red prussiate solution. Both chemicals react and form a brown precipitate. Sometimes this precipitate is cought in the surface tenstion of the solutions and hangs there until the weight is to big due to the reaction product and it will fall.
Coppersulfate Precipitation Reaction 2 Drops of a red prussiate solution are dripped into a coppersulfate solution. Both chemicals react and form a brown precipitate. Sometimes this precipitate is cought in the surface tenstion of the solutions and hangs there until the weight is to big due to the reaction product and it will fall.
Precipitating Silver Compounds - a NJCO Demo Pascack Hills HS NJ Chem Olympics team perform a demonstration for an Honors Chemistry class about solubility and LeChatelier's principle.
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Lead (II) Iodide Precipitate (Golden Rain) This video shows the precipitate of Lead (II) Iodide, it is considered the Golden Rain due to the nature of the precipitate and its color.
reaction of LEAD NITRATE & POTASSIUM IODIDE solutions When a solution of lead nitrate is poored into a solution of Potassium iodide a yellow precipitate of lead iodide is formed.
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MAKING A COPPER HYDROXIDE PRECIPITATE.wmv Good morning, in this video I'm going to show you how to make copper(II) hydroxide in a very simple way. Warning, sodium hydroxide which we will use is corrosive and copper hydroxide is irritant, please wear gloves during the experiment. Te raction we will perform is the following: two molecule of sodium hydroxide plus copper sulphate pentahydrate produce sodium sulphate and copper two hydroxide. Now let's get started. Put some water in a beaker or in a glass container. I'm using distilled water. Now add about eight grams of copper suphate penthydrate. Mix until they will be completely dissolved. Now take a larger container and do the same thing, adding water and four grams of sodium hydroxide. Solve them like you've already done for the copper solution, Now with a siringe take a little bit of water from the light blue solution and add it to the second one. A blue precipitate of copper (II) hydroxide is forming istantly: infact while the sodium sulphate which forms is soluble into water the copper hydroxide is not soluble at all. If you want to separate the two compounds it is necessary to philtrate the solution. And now you have copper(II) hydroxide. As you can see it is a pale blue gelatinous solid and it's used especially in organic chemistry, like fungicide and occasionally as ceramic colorant. Plaese suscribe, rate and comment.
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Precipitating Platinum Precipitating Platinum ammonium chloride from Aqua Regia Solution. The source of the Platinum was 16.7 grams of 90/10 Pt/Ir thermocouples. The alloy took 7 hours to completely dissolve in hot diluted AR. I used zinc to precipitate the Pt and Ir together, then treated the resulting black powder with diluted AR again. After the two additional AR digestions, 1.2 grams of black powder remained. I filtered the solution then denoxxed the resulting solution and filmed the video. The Pt salt still has a scarlet tint indicating it still has some Ir in the salt. I'll have to calcine the salt and redissolve the resulting sponge in diluted AR, then precipitate again with ammonium chloride to get the nice canary yellow salt I'm looking for.
Interpol - A Time To Be So Small (Precipitate EP) From disk 2 of the compilation "This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation" released July 17, 2001.
Selective Precipitation This General Chemistry lecture covers the selective precipitation of ionic salts as a result of adding acids, bases or common ions to solution. We discuss the effects of pH on the solubility of hydroxide salts, as well as salts that contain other bases such as carbonate anion. We discuss how to calculate the precipitation that occurs when two soluble salts cross-combine to precipitate an insoluble salt. Finally, we talk about the equilibria for formation of complex ions in solution, which can increase the solubility of some salts by decreasing the concentration of free metal ions in solution.
Predicting Precipitates Learn to predict the products of a double replacement reaction between two aqueous ionic compounds. Then, learn to identify if the products will be aqueous or if they will precipitate out as solids.
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Evidence of a Chemical Reaction Part 1 This is part one "Evidence of a Chemical Reaction." I conducted 4 demonstrations showing one or more of the following characteristics: a color change, precipitate formation, gas production, and a temperature change (either exothermic or endothermic). Part 2 of this video completes the aluminum foil and copper chloride demonstration and reviews the important concepts that were shared.
Formation Of Zinc Precipitates In this video several precipitates of zinc are made using various laboratory chemicals
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