Title of Lecture

Oxygen and Oxidation

Lecturer

Cedric Stratton

Corporate Author/Producer

Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus

Media Type

Video

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Date of Lecture

11-14-1991

Description of Lecture

Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling studied chemical bonds, using accurate caloric information on heat generated in different reactions. He devised a formula which developed a single number for each element (called electronegativity) which he used as a predictor for a wide variety of chemical phenomena. This lecture/demonstration will present several rapid and spectacular oxidations, with comments. Positively no mathematics required. Cedric Stratton Dept of Chemistry and Physics

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
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Physical Format

VHS

Language

English

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