Download Understanding the Periodic Table video + PDF Course Guidebook

Understanding the Periodic Table The Great Courses video  by wondrium and TTC download with Understanding the Periodic Table Course Guidebook pdf. Understanding the Periodic Table couples a comprehensive overview of the periodic table with in-depth lessons on each of its 118 elements.

With Ron Davis Jr. of Georgetown University as your expert guide, you will be able to refine your portrait of one of science’s most iconic images and crucial organizational tools in 24 lessons that combine instructions with experiments and animated lab demonstrations.

Spend the first half of the course exploring the history and fundamentals of the periodic table. In part two, move from the top to bottom row to explore the discoveries, subatomic structures, behaviors, and everyday uses of the table’s elements in striking detail.

In Understanding the Periodic Table, you will acquire a holistic understanding of this crucial tool. You will uncover its long, complex, and sometimes fraught history, and explore its classification standards from atomic weight to number of protons to behavior of electrons in the valence shell. You will also discover what sort of data it captures, both by design and by accident. Then, learn about the elements as you take an introductory tour of its groups and subgroups like metal, metalloid, nonmetal, noble gas, halogen, and more.

List of Lectures for Understanding the Periodic Table Course

  • The Periodic Table: Our Menu of Matter
  • From Triads to Tables and the Role of Protons
  • How Electrons Shape the Table
  • Periodic Trends in Element Properties
  • The Origin and Distribution of the Elements
  • Elements Break Down: Radiation and Fission
  • First-Row Opposites: Hydrogen and Helium
  • Sodium, Potassium, and the Alkali Metals
  • Magnesium, Calcium, and the Alkaline Earths
  • Enormous Variety on the Table’s Right Side
  • Noble Gases: The “Lazy” Unreactive Elements
  • Halogens: The Most Reactive Nonmetals
  • Why Oxygen and Nitrogen Are Irreplaceable
  • Complexity of Carbon, Sulfur, and Phosphorus
  • Silicon and the Metalloid Diagonal
  • Aluminum, Tin, Lead, and Other Weak Metals
  • The Table’s Great Divide: Transition Metals
  • Colorful and Durable Early Transition Metals
  • Magnets and Catalysts of the Middle Transition
  • From Coins to Toxins: Copper to Mercury
  • Rare-Earth Elements: Surprisingly Abundant
  • Nuclear Fuel: Thorium, Uranium, and Plutonium
  • Creating the Transplutonic Elements
  • Superheavy Atoms and the Transfermium Wars

Course Detail

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 12 hours 27 min
  • Number of lessons:  24 lectures
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Compressed file size: 10.1 GB
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