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The Mole

Author: Roald Hoffman; Donald Showalter; University of Maryland at College Park.; Educational Film Center (Annandale, Va.); Intellimation, Inc.
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Intellimation, 1989.
Series: World of chemistry, 11-12.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The 1st program explains that a mole of any substance contains a constant number of atoms or molecules. Also examines the use of this important quantitative chemistry term. The 2nd program explains why water is unique and necessary for life and explores the special chemical properties of water.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roald Hoffman; Donald Showalter; University of Maryland at College Park.; Educational Film Center (Annandale, Va.); Intellimation, Inc.
ISBN: 1559462299 9781559462297
OCLC Number: 21469130
Notes: A program of the Annenberg/CPB collection.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
89-700111 (no. 12).
Credits: Cameramen, Greg Larsen, Chris Li (no. 12) ; editors, David Arnold ... [et al.] : narrator, Fran Dorn ; music, Richard Paul Brier.
Performer(s): Host, Roald Hoffmann ; demonstrator, Donald Showalter.
Description: 1 videocassette (59 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Series Title: World of chemistry, 11-12.
Other Titles: Water
Annenberg/CPB collection.
Responsibility: a production of University of Maryland and Educational Film Center ; produced, directed and written by Linda Moulton Howe and Stephen Redhead. Water / a production of University of Maryland and Educational Film Center ; producer/director/writer, Robert Kaper.

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The 1st program explains that a mole of any substance contains a constant number of atoms or molecules. Also examines the use of this important quantitative chemistry term. The 2nd program explains why water is unique and necessary for life and explores the special chemical properties of water.

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