From bleach to KClO3: Synthesis of potassium chlorate (KClO3)

Hello guys! Today we are going to another experiment. In this experiment we are going to synthesis potassium chlorate. To do so we are going to use bleach, which is also know as sodium hypochlorite, and also potassium chloride (KCl) This reaction will give us potassium chlorate (KClO3), which is highly reactive with acids, for […]

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Potassium Acts as a Retrograde Signal in Synaptic Transmission

My name is Alexey Semyanov and we are interested in extrasynaptic signaling in the brain and regulation of synaptic transmission by extrasynaptic receptors, and changes in local ionic concentrations. Our brain operates as a large neuronal network. Neurons are connected to each other via specialized contacts called synapses. Information arrives to the synapse in the […]

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The ultra-fast trap of an aquatic carnivorous plant

This marsh seems quiet, but terrible things take place underwater. Stagnant waters are poor in nutrients. Once there, you’ve got to live by your own means [wits]. What use could these little bags be, stuck to bladderwort’s roots? This is a bladderwort’s leaf. It does some favour to the carnivorous plant… But let’s leave the […]

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Rare Cactus from Japanese Cactus Collectors Nursery

James and Kayo from Succulents Australia make regular trips overseas every year to collect new plants and on the way they discover some interesting nurseries. Today we look at a Japanese nursery with an amazing collection of rare and interesting cactus. Now cactus are not James’s speciality however he’s kind enough to take us along […]

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How to Grow Adromischus, a rare and fascinating group of succulents

Adromischus are a rare and interesting group of succulents found from southern Africa through to Namibia in this video James Lucas from succulents Australia choses had a pot and repot add romiska s’ he also talks about watering techniques fertilizer and general growing conditions at the end of the video we’ll look at some of […]

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Propagating the 3 Sided Leaves Succulent – Ice Plant (with actual results)

hi guys welcome to easy peasy gardening I’m your gardener friend Ruchi and today we are going to talk about a succulent called Lampranthus Blandus so that’s the scientific name of this succulent but commonly this is known as ice plant or pink vygie. The unique thing about this plant is that if you look […]

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The 600 million year old technology beneath our feet | Michael Quintern | TEDxTauranga

Translator: hila scherba Reviewer: Arvind Patil Hi, I’m the guy who is the in charge of the muck, and boy, do I love muck! But share with me, why am I a soil scientist? Because that’s what I’ve been training and what I’ve done for the last 25 years, has become so attached to muck, […]

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