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Element or compound

0:00 I guess and this video we're going to practice identifying
0:04 elements verses compounds and then also practice identifying
0:08 organic molecules verses in organic molecules
0:11 so let's start with the elements and compounds first guy so as we go through
0:15 all watching the quiz yourself and see if you can figure out
0:18 is an element reserve a compound so first one is
0:22 made up %uh more them one kind up Adam
0:26 so the key here is gonna be right here mower
0:30 then one more them one
0:34 so is an element or is it a compound you guys tell me
0:38 this would be an example of a compound on
0:42 so here I've got oxygen and argon hydrogen
0:46 so again isn't element or is this a compound
0:49 saw got hydrogen hydrogen
0:53 and oxygen I've got shoot elements
0:56 got my page limit their
1:00 so is an element or is it a compound this years and a
1:04 compound more them one
1:07 element very good hi going on to the next one
1:11 I've got water and we're talking about the water in the class right here
1:16 water element or compound will I know that the chemical formula for waters
1:21 H to I'll I've got a hydrogen
1:24 in an oxygen more than one element so this
1:28 is a compound
1:31 going on to the next one
1:34 h2 02 is dead this month
1:38 its yearly easy for you h2 ok you again
1:42 hydrogen an oxygen more than one element
1:46 guy hydrogen oxygen and therefore this is Andy
1:50 compound alright
1:53 was go look at the next one
1:57 see lol be careful on this one
2:00 seat lol now so you might jump Judy
2:04 compound conclusion because you're like 00 it's got two letters it's two
2:08 different elements
2:09 in reality this is just Wat Arun
2:12 element capital C lower case
2:15 well this is the element call rain so this
2:19 is the element K
2:22 don't confuse the two letters would be in a compound
2:25 it was a capital letter associated with the lower case that a single
2:29 element on
2:33 a substance made up all only one
2:36 kinda Adam miss should be easy again
2:40 there's archaeal blonde kinda bad I'm just one
2:44 if it is just one then it is a element
2:48 my track careful on this one
2:55 H H K so
2:59 I've got and Adam H I've got another Adam
3:03 H H H how many elements do I have here
3:08 how many different elements I've got to you
3:12 Adams however I have Juan
3:15 element so this is a element
3:19 K element causes just one
3:22 I just one kind ehlmann although there's two atoms are that element
3:27 alright
3:30 so now let's practice a little bit with our organic purses
3:33 inorganic so organic person organic
3:37 member organic is comes from living things contains carbon
3:41 inorganic does not come from living things and does not contain carbon
3:45 ok guys I just gave that one away contains
3:48 carbon sources organic or inorganic soda contains carbon is
3:53 organic tonight organic
3:57 I let's go look at the next one glass
4:02 glass mmm gotta think about this one
4:05 now I did not provide you with the chemical formula for class
4:09 see you may not know if class contains carbon or not
4:12 the glass comes from say and same comes from rocks
4:16 living or non-living does it come from living bangs
4:20 or does it not come from living things Ross
4:23 not living this is going to be Ian
4:27 or unit tonight inorganic does not come from living things
4:32 tomato
4:36 night tomato again I don't give you the chemical formula
4:40 however two main outcomes from plant plan to living things
4:44 supplants being living things tomatoes
4:47 are
4:50 organic organic
4:54 and just grow quickly here arms as we're talking about time
4:57 tomatoes you always hear about organic things at the supermarket
5:01 thats different from this right here organic things at the supermarket mean
5:05 that means that comes from
5:07 all natural ingredients okay they don't use pesticides are are paralyzes or
5:12 that type of thing in order to grow the produce and grow the plants
5:16 that's a completely different thing that we're talking about here
5:19 okay so we're not talking about whether to organic at the supermarket that is
5:23 talking about is it naturally grown
5:25 here we're talking about is a living person on leaving the contain carbon or
5:28 not
5:29 alright
5:32 butter mud butter
5:35 where it is but a comprar un well butter comes from
5:39 milk we know that mill comes from
5:43 powell's we know that Cowles are obviously living organisms
5:46 therefore butter is or ganic
5:51 time
5:55 how to get this of my writing scream no go next one
5:58 glucose glucose is actually just a fancy name for
6:03 sugar now sugar
6:06 we can figure this out one of two ways: sugar actually comes from a plant
6:10 plan being a living thing also this contains
6:14 K carbon and hydrogenated carbon
6:18 been the primary helmet were looking for therefore this since this contains
6:21 carbon since the comes from a plant was a living bank
6:24 glucose is or ganic
6:27 die and then we find glucose naturally-occurring in other
6:31 plants and animals as well kind not just necessarily what you would consider
6:34 sugar being
6:36 in the jar home to make the curtains alright
6:41 sandpaper may not know Sam papers organic Ranaut
6:45 but say and guy comes from rock sewing to keep that ideas were talking about
6:50 that part of it
6:51 but here with a look at our chemical formula hey I've got a L which would be
6:55 aluminum
6:56 all over which is oxygen do you see Anne
6:59 Harbin in there the answer is No
7:03 therefore no carbon not from living baines this would be
7:07 in organic inorganic
7:14 does not contain car well we've given that will away okay
7:18 again does not does not know who
7:23 Corbin this would be in
7:26 organic tonight does not contain carbon
7:32 alright NaCl salt
7:35 again we are looking forward to that
7:38 carbon now be careful on this one I have
7:42 and a which is sodium and
7:45 see bell which is chlorine some people might see that see if they are less
7:50 carbon than reality that's not carbon
7:52 that goes with that lol to make an element that's chlorine
7:56 so sodium in chlorine there is no carbon
7:59 this would be and organic
8:04 inorganic
8:07 let this one as a state is the chemical formula for steak
8:12 look at all those different elements now that we have down there
8:15 guy and the numbers are those omits alright so let's look at this for
8:18 justice I get
8:20 RI I've got all sorts of things now I can do this one of two ways:
8:23 state weaned love learn the steak meat is actually muscle tissue
8:28 muscle tissue from cap Cal being a living
8:31 bang K house living things
8:34 also I look at this I see this right here there's my carbon
8:39 can I see myself as carbon so contains carbon
8:43 comes from now this would be organic
8:47 I'll hope pencil tutorial whole go back once again
8:51 was to the explanation again if need be and hopefully you got a damn between
8:56 organic and inorganic compounds

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