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Carbon - Periodic Table of Videos

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Published on Mar 16, 2011

We take a look at Carbon - one of the most important elements for our lives on Earth. We look at various forms of elemental carbon, from diamonds to exotic graphene and buckyballs. More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/

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Bluerain_12YA
One of the best videos on this playlist. Even the 10 minutes flew so fast; I just wanted more of it. Thank you for your work! Very educational while also fun to watch.
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almostfm
Graphite+tape=Nobel Prize for Physics.
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thenekom
Carbon is a whore, but we sure wouldn't be here without it.
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tigerwa
I want to take a suitcase full of carbon models to the airport to observe the reaction of the baggage people. 
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Sandeep Saini
I call it purple, other people call it Magenta :D :'D
slowisdom
I wanna go to that school!
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Simon
7:35 watch with english subs, Trump would not be very happy
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tohtoh529
Something really want to ask: Silicon is in the same group of carbon, or other elements in that group as well. Why can't those elements also form these wide variety of molecule chains? just like the way carbon does? Especially for silicon regarding its huge abundance
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Kee Liang Cheng
awesome clock in his office
Storm van der Voort
Oh my god I need that element clock in the background :D
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