This is a listing of course titles organized by silos and sub-silos.
How does a metal spoon warm up in the sun? There are no discernible changes. In this course, I delve into the specifics of what happens to electrons in matter when there is an increase in temperature.
The explanations are clearly laid out in simple mathematical terms.
This course is a foundational course, as it will be used to go over critical concepts that form the base for future courses: Why do materials have different properties? why do solids melt at varying temperatures? and why is water the most versatile matter of all?
Hydrogen atoms join together to form a hydrogen molecule, H2, or hydrogen gas. This reaction releases energy and produces two hydrogen atoms held together by a single bond.This course describes why each hydrogen atom's lone electron finds it much more comfortable to match up into a single bond.
This is an important course, because it deals with the primary bonding in atoms that are critical to water molecules and living things: Oxygen and hydrogen atoms.
White bubbles, ice, snow, cold breath, and clouds.
What makes them so white? There is a common theme to many of the white colors in water.
Funnily enough, a lot it has to do with air.
Feature image :
Snow, ice, water, cloudss.
ravas51 . IMG_2395. Flickr photo-sharing. Taken Feb 5, 2013
This course highlights white color in nature.What is the common theme between snow, splashing water, clouds, polar bear fur, whipped egg whites, and the foam on a beer head?