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The Periodic table

Author: Roald Hoffmann; 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, 7-8.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The 1st program shows the power of Mendeleev's Periodic Table which predicted the properties of as yet undiscovered elements, and how modern chemists have refined the arrangement of the table and continue to refer to it. The 2nd program demonstrates how elements bond to form compounds by giving, taking, or sharing electrons. Also discusses the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roald Hoffmann; Donald Showalter; University of Maryland at College Park.; Educational Film Center (Annandale, Va.); Intellimation, Inc.
ISBN: 1559462272 9781559462273
OCLC Number: 21465663
Notes: A program of the Annenberg/CPB collection.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
89-700107 (no. 8).
Credits: Cameramen, Chris Li ... [et al.] ; editors, Matt Dibble, Richard Kane ; 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.
Contents: Program 7. Periodic table --
program 8. Chemical bonds.
Series Title: World of chemistry, 7-8.
Other Titles: Chemical bonds
Annenberg/CPB collection.
Responsibility: a production of University of Maryland and Educational Film Center ; producer/director/writer, Doug Bolin. Chemical bonds / a production of University of Maryland and Educational Film Center ; producer/director/writer/, John Ketcham.

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The 1st program shows the power of Mendeleev's Periodic Table which predicted the properties of as yet undiscovered elements, and how modern chemists have refined the arrangement of the table and continue to refer to it. The 2nd program demonstrates how elements bond to form compounds by giving, taking, or sharing electrons. Also discusses the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.

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