Reactions Science Videos | January 21, 2022
When it comes to electrons — one of the fundamental building blocks of all matter — there are lots of unanswered questions. How big are they? What are they made out of? What … are they? In this video we take a crack at answering the most basic, and yet perplexing, questions about some chemists’ favorite particles.
Interview with Michael Peskin Ph.D.
How to Film an Electron: the Chemistry of the Improbable
E=mc2: Einstein's equation that gave birth to the atom bomb
Improved measurement of the shape of the electron
Breaking a dative bond with mechanical forces
Researchers measure the breakup of a single chemical bond
How Did People Find the Fundamental Charge With Drops of Oil?
Breakup of a single chemical bond measured
High-speed atomic video Single molecules captured on video at an unprecedented 1,600 frames per second
Electron Mass Predicted From Substructure Stability in Electrodynamical Model
Sodium Chloride, NaCl
Quantum Mechanics for Engineers
Produced by the American Chemical Society.