The Periodic Table of Videos (2010)

University of Nottingham

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Videos in this documentary

# Video Play
1 Introduction to the Periodic Table Play Video
2 Periodic Table of Videos Play Video
3 Iron (version 1) Play Video
4 Iron Play Video
5 Cobalt Play Video
6 Praseodymium Play Video
7 Hydrogen (version 1) Play Video
8 Hydrogen Play Video
9 Dysprosium Play Video
10 Scandium Play Video
11 Phosphorus (version 1) Play Video
12 Phosphorus (updated) Play Video
13 White Phosphorus & Phosphorus Pentoxide Play Video
14 More White Phosphorus Play Video
15 Xenon (version 1) Play Video
16 Xenon Play Video
17 Dubnium Play Video
18 Iridium Play Video
19 Nitrogen Play Video
20 Tin Play Video
21 Germanium Play Video
22 Caesium or Cesium (version 1) Play Video
23 Caesium or Cesium (version 2) Play Video
24 Caesium or Cesium Play Video
25 Strontium Play Video
26 Rubidium (version 1) Play Video
27 Rubidium Play Video
28 Bismuth (version 1) Play Video
29 Bismuth Play Video
30 Lanthanum Play Video
31 Helium Play Video
32 Lead (version 1) Play Video
33 Lead Play Video
34 Iodine (version 1) Play Video
35 Iodine Play Video
36 Thallium Play Video
37 Bohrium Play Video
38 Yttrium (version 1) Play Video
39 Yttrium Play Video
40 Sodium (version 1) Play Video
41 Sodium Play Video
42 Radon Play Video
43 Polonium Play Video
44 Astatine Play Video
45 Cerium (version 1) Play Video
46 Cerium Play Video
47 Molybdenum Play Video
48 Zirconium Play Video
49 Magnesium (version 1) Play Video
50 Magnesium Play Video
51 Ruthenium (version 1) Play Video
52 Ruthenium Play Video
53 Uranium (version 1) Play Video
54 Uranium Play Video
55 Naked Uranium Play Video
56 How to enrich Uranium Play Video
57 Roentgenium (version 1) Play Video
58 Roentgenium Play Video
59 Boron Play Video
60 Calcium Play Video
61 Gallium (version 1) Play Video
62 Gallium Play Video
63 Beryllium (version 1) Play Video
64 Beryllium Play Video
65 Darmstadtium (version 1) Play Video
66 Darmstadtium Play Video
67 Lithium Play Video
68 Ununbium Play Video
69 Ununtrium Play Video
70 Rhodium Play Video
71 Ununpentium Play Video
72 Oxygen (version 1) Play Video
73 Oxygen Play Video
74 Aluminium Play Video
75 Ununseptium (version 1) Play Video
76 Ununseptium Play Video
77 Ununhexium Play Video
78 Indium Play Video
79 Einsteinium Play Video
80 Neodymium Play Video
81 Vanadium Play Video
82 Ytterbium (version 1) Play Video
83 Ytterbium Play Video
84 Erbium (version 1) Play Video
85 Erbium Play Video
86 Lutetium Play Video
87 Fluorine (version 1) Play Video
88 Fluorine Play Video
89 Fluorine Reactions Play Video
90 Carbon Play Video
91 Neptunium Play Video
92 Americium Play Video
93 Protactinium Play Video
94 Thorium Play Video
95 Actinium Play Video
96 Lawrencium (version 1) Play Video
97 Lawrencium Play Video
98 Antimony Play Video
99 Silver (version 1) Play Video
100 Silver Mirror Play Video
101 Silver Play Video
102 Palladium Play Video
103 Mercury Play Video
104 Rutherfordium (version 1) Play Video
105 Plutonium (version 1) Play Video
106 Plutonium Play Video
107 Nobelium (version 1) Play Video
108 Nobelium Play Video
109 Mendelevium Play Video
110 Cadmium Play Video
111 Barium Play Video
112 Tellurium Play Video
113 Neon Play Video
114 Radium Play Video
115 Berkelium Play Video
116 Francium (version 1) Play Video
117 Francium Play Video
118 Platinum Play Video
119 Platinum Play Video
120 Osmium Play Video
121 Fermium Play Video
122 Meitnerium Play Video
123 Hassium Play Video
124 Argon Play Video
125 Bromine (version 1) Play Video
126 Bromine Play Video
127 Hafnium Play Video
128 Seaborgium Play Video
129 Silicon Play Video
130 Holmium Play Video
131 Thulium Play Video
132 Tungsten Play Video
133 Rhenium Play Video
134 Californium Play Video
135 Europium Play Video
136 Samarium Play Video
137 Promethium Play Video
138 Chromium Play Video
139 Titanium Play Video
140 Curium Play Video
141 Nickel Play Video
142 Manganese Play Video
143 Copper (version 1) Play Video
144 Copper Play Video
145 Chlorine (version 1) Play Video
146 Chlorine Play Video
147 Terbium (version 1) Play Video
148 Terbium Play Video
149 Gadolinium Play Video
150 Tantalum Play Video
151 Niobium Play Video
152 Krypton Play Video
153 Selenium Play Video
154 Arsenic Play Video
155 Zinc (version 1) Play Video
156 Zinc Play Video
157 Ununoctium Play Video
158 Ununquadium (version 1) Play Video
159 Ununquadium Play Video
160 Technetium Play Video
161 Sulfur (version 1) Play Video
162 Sulfur Play Video
163 Potassium (version 1) Play Video
164 Potassium Play Video
165 Gold (version 1) Play Video
166 Extra bits of Gold Play Video
167 Gold & Casio Watch Play Video
168 African Gold Laboratory Play Video
169 Fool's Gold Play Video
170 Gold, silver & bronze Play Video
171 Super Heavy Elements Play Video
172 Gallium (beating heart) Play Video
173 Helium @ Large Hadron Collider Play Video
174 118 elements Play Video

Documentary Description

Tables charting the chemical elements have been around since the 19th century - but this modern version has a short video about each one. We've done all 118 - but our job's not finished. Now we're updating all the videos with new stories, better samples and bigger experiments. Plus we're making films about other areas of chemistry, latest news and occasional adventures away from the lab.

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