Why is oxalic acid used to remove rust stains? | #aumsum

Topic: Rust. Why is oxalic acid used to remove rust stains? Hey. You have a beautiful antique lamp. But look. It has a rust stain on it. No. Don’t clean the rust stain with water. Instead, use this oxalic acid. Oxalic Acid. You just don’t want my lamp to be nice and shiny, do you? Read more…

Draw and Color | Coloring Page | A Caterpillar and Her Apple House | Free Printable

A Very Cute Caterpillar and Her Apple House! We’re the fairy sisters! Hi, I’m Bora. Today, we’re gonna be drawing and coloring in a very cute caterpillar and her apple house. It’s gonna be so much fun. So, let’s get started. Look. I’ve made a rough sketch already. Let’s start tracing the rough sketch. Tada! Read more…

Leaders of the Free World Backer Preview #1 | Speed Coloring a Team Pinup (Narrated)

This is the free world on Kickstarter me and Cory those thank you very much And in this particular video we are going to be coloring the very first Pinup that I ever did with Cory, which was I guess more promo than actual cover I thought it would cover at the time, but it Read more…

Speed Coloring a Page from 33! (Narration by Russell Smalley) | Kickstarter Time Lapse Preview

Hey everybody, this is Russell Smalley again I’m sure if you’re watching this you’ve well, I asked yourself. What the heck is with 33 why? Why are you naming this after a number? And one thing does it even mean first off a short story about how the idea of the name the title even Read more…

Collision Theory & Reactions Part 2 | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this video you are going to learn: * What happens in a reaction * Why some reactions are endothermic and some exothermic When I was young I had a model set. Inside the box were the various components and an instruction book containing 80 models to build. On the first day I built a Read more…

Learn to Count with Shawn the Train – Fun and Educational Cartoon for Kids

Hi, my name is Shawn. I want to help you learn numbers. Let’s count all the objects in my wagons. I have ONE(1) car. ONE(1) TWO(2) construction cones. ONE(1), TWO(2) THREE(3) drums. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3) FOUR(4) wheels. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4) FIVE(5) mailboxes. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5) SIX(6) jars of jam. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), Read more…

The Extraction Of Plant Oils | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this lesson, we will learn about plant oils – where they come from, how to extract them, and their generic structure. Plant oils are obtained from plants. These oils are found in all parts of a plant – seeds, nuts, fruit, leaves, flowers, bark, and even roots. However, these oils must extracted before they Read more…

Hardening Vegetable Oils Through Hydrogenation | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

We have previously learned that an emulsion is a mixture of two immiscible liquids stabilized by an emulsifier. Margarine is a very good example of an emulsion. In this lesson, we will learn about margarine – what it is, how it is made, and a few key properties. Vegetable oils are polyunsaturated fats. You may Read more…

Hydrocarbon Cracking & Why It Is Done | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this video you will learn about the process of cracking, how it is carried out and why it is done. From our video on fractional distillation, you should know that crude oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons with different carbon chain lengths. Smaller hydrocarbons have a lower boiling point and are more volatile, making Read more…

Fractional Distillation | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this video you will learn how fractional distillation separates crude oil into useful fractions. Crude oil is the term used to describe unprocessed oil. That is oil that has been taken directly out of the ground either on land or under the sea. It is an exceptionally valuable resource. It provides us with a Read more…