Crystalline and Amorphus Solid Substances | Solid State – 12th Science Chemistry – VIDEO



Crystalline and Amorphus Solid Substances
સ્ફટિકમય અને અસ્ફટિક્મય ઘન પદાર્થો
Solid State – 12th Science Chemistry
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in this video, we will learn about crystalline and amorphous solids/crystalline and non-crystalline materials in Hindi in detail.Like the structure of crystalline and amorphous materials, properties of crystalline and non crystalline materials etc.

In which Hank blows our minds with the different kinds of Solids out there and talks about why they’re all different and have different properties. Today, you’ll learn about amorphous and crystalline solids, types of crystalline solids, types of crystalline atomic solids, properties of each type of solid, and that the properties depend on the bond types.

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Molecular Forces – InterMolecular & IntraMolecular Forces – Lecture By Science Classes – VIDEO



Molecular Forces – InterMolecular & IntraMolecular Forces

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Properties of Liquids – Why is a diver able to cut through water in a swimming pool? – VIDEO



Topic: Properties of a liquid
Why is a diver able to cut through water in a swimming pool?
Simple. Because I taught him.
No.
This is because of intermolecular force.
Intermolecular force is the force of attraction present in between the molecules of solids, liquids or gases.
Now, the Intermolecular forces in liquids are not very strong.
This means I am the strongest of all.
Please listen.
Since the intermolecular forces are not strong, the molecules of a liquid are loosely packed and they have empty spaces in between them.
As a result, the molecules can be displaced from their original position.
Hence, when a diver jumps into water, its molecules get displaced from their original position and the diver is able to cut through the water.

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These 3D animations could help you finally understand molecular science – VIDEO



Art and science have in some ways always overlapped, with early scientists using illustrations to depict what they saw under the microscope. Janet Iwasa of the University of Utah is trying to re-establish this link to make thorny scientific data and models approachable to the common eye. Iwasa offers her brief but spectacular take on how 3D animation can make molecular science more accessible.

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Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines – VIDEO



As we know, random changes and unguided natural processes routinely succeed in assembling functional equipment for a range of uses. Wait…it doesn’t work that way?

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