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Fluorine Reactions

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Here's all the camera angles and slow motion footage of the fluorine reactions we filmed with Professor Eric Hope. It reacts with iron, carbon, iodine and sulfur.

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Sulfur

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A cool experiment called "the barking dog" is part of our new and improved video about Sulfur.

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Aluminium (or Aluminum)

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All about Element 13, whatever you want to call it!

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Livermorium

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Element 116 has been given the name Livermorium - but it could easily have been named after Nottingham where the periodicvideos are made!!!

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Flerovium

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Element 114 now has an official name and symbol on the periodic table. And Brady asks the question, would you rather win a Nobel Prize or have an element named after you?

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Copernicium

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There has been debate about whether the periodic table's newest element should have the symbol Cp or Cn?

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Roentgenium

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Roentgenium is element number 111 and was created at GSI in Germany, where we made this film.

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Darmstadtium

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We're in Germany for a new and improved video about element 110, showing you exactly where it was created.

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Meitnerium

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We've made a new video about element 109, which was created in Darmstadt, Germany. The Professor also gets a chance to put forward his suggested name for an as-yet unnamed element.

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Hassium

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The Professor once claimed to know nothing about Hassium, but he learned more after visiting Darmstadt in Germany.

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