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Series: Intro to Chemistry: Unit 3-The Mole

About this Series

  • Lessons: 7
  • Total Time: 1h 15m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 10/29/2009
  • Last Updated At: 07/20/2010

Join award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams as they explore chemical reactions. These are the podcasts that chemistry teachers across the country are raving about. Students learn by watching the interaction between these two outstanding teachers.

About this Author

Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams
Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams
145 lessons
Joined:
04/28/2009

Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams have received national attention for their chemistry video podcasts. They are dynamic teachers that connect with students. You can find our more about Jon at http://JonBergmann.com

Lessons Included

Nopic_tan
emperical formula
09/23/2011
~ cheryl28

love yall!!!! you just taught me something (and made it fun) that my professor has not been able to teach 90% of the class which has 65 students at last count!!! will i be able to get a preferred customer discount seeing how much i will be on here for the rest of the semseter?

Nopic_blu
Cut out the nonsense and fix your MIKE PLEASE!!!
06/21/2010
~ Enrique

The lessons are presented very well, and its educational value is high. Unfortunately, both teachers are trying to capture the viewer's attention by combining the theoretical lessons with non-sensical humor. Add a bad microphone and the viewer will experience a completely horrible listening experience.

1 to 10 rating: 9.5 (9.0 - .5 for their equipment malfunctions, and poor humor.)

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