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One doesn't have to be a Glenn Seaborg or a Lord Ernest Rutherford to learn about chemistry, though it probably couldn't help to have some of their curiosity about the world of chemistry. Young chemists and their teachers will definitely benefit from this nice resource offered by the Annenberg Media project. This original video series was produced by the University of Maryland and the Educational Film Center, and it consists of 26 half-hour programs. With industrial and research chemists demonstrating a number of high-intensity experiments and processes, the series is quite a find. The installments include such titles as "Modeling the Unseen", "The Atom", and "The Busy Electron".
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Date Issued 1990
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Date of Scout Publication 2007-11-09
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