Three-dimensional bond-line structures | Structure and bonding | Organic chemistry | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] In the video on bond line structures, we started with this Lewis dot structure on the left, and I showed you how to turn this Lewis dot structure into a bond line structure. So here’s the bond line structure that we drew in that video. Bond line structures contain the same information as […]

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Detection of Halogens in an Organic Compound – MeitY OLabs

Detection of Halogens in an Organic Compound There are many organic compounds containing halogens such as: fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine. They are called organohalogen compounds. Some commonly known examples are carbon tetrachloride, chlorofluoro carbons, DDT, iodomethane and bromobenzene. Upon fusion with sodium metal, the halogens in the organic compound are converted to ionic sodium […]

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Worm Composting

[intro music] Marjorie Peronto: My name is Marjorie Peronto with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, and today we’re going to talk about worm composting. Keeping a compost pile going year round in Maine is a challenge. If you’d rather not trudge through the snow to dump your kitchen scraps on your frozen compost pile […]

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING and PROCESS ENGINEERING | A fun interview whilst playing pictionary!

hello I’m here with my friend Khaoula who is a process engineer and today we are chatting about process and chemical engineering whilst we’re playing pictionary so if you are thinking about doing engineering for your career or maybe you’re just interested in process engineering in general then this is a chap you yes our […]

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