NEW Periodic table song – All 118 chemical elements – Hydrogen Oxygen Chemistry

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Learn the periodic table easily at all ages by either listening or looking at these pictures to learn the usages of each element.

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Wait for the Weights says:

1:10

Wait for the Weights says:

1:09

Ioannis Sarbinis says:

Asap science has a much better song
Yours isnt even catchy and you are literaly just saying the elements

sai nikhil says:

Nice periodic table song for children

Cagan Barin Arda says:

You forgot stalinum

Devon Alfiano Lexius says:

Li-Air conditioner
N-Ammonia
Sc-Aquamarine , Alloys
Ti-Aircrafts
V-Alloys
Mg-Amethyst
Co-Alloys
Ni-Alloys
Ge-Alloys
Sr-Alloys
Zr-Aeronatic
In-Alloys
Sn-Alloys
Sb-Alloys
Ba-Alloys
La-Alloys
Pr-Alloys
Gd-Alloys
Hf-Alloys
Ta-Alloys
W-Alloys
Re-Alloys
Pt-Alloys
Bi-Alloys

H-Blowtorch
He-Balloons
Li-Battery
O-Breathable air
P-Baking powder
Cl-Bleach
K-Bananas
Ca-Bones
Mg-Batteries
Zn-Batteries
Sr-Bones
Cd-Batteries
Sn-Batteries
La-Batteries
Pm-Batteries
Os-Batteries
Pb-Bullets , Batteries

B-Ceramics
C-Charcoal
N-Coolant
Mg-ChlorophyII molecules , Camera flash bulbs
Al-Cans
Si-Computer chip
P-China
Ni-Coins
Cu-Coins
Ge-Camera lenses
Mo-Chemical
Tc-Chemical
Ru-Catalysis
Rh-Corrosion resistance , Catalysis
Ce-Catalyst
Sm-Ceramics , Catalyst
Lu-Catalyst
Ta-Camera lenses
Re-Catalyst
Ir-Catalyst
Pt-Catalyst
Hg-Cosmetics
Pb-Construction
Bi-Cosmetics
Th-Catalyst
Cf-Coal , Cement

Tory Palmeri says:

This is awesome do you this came out 8 years ago

JoltX4 says:

WTF is stannium

Dotto King says:

1:58 Interesting laser

Dotto King says:

1:54 nice ceramics

Dotto King says:

1:22 That's some strange looking jewelry

Edvinas Sungur says:

Why is tin stannum and also there are 118 comments

Looko legendarywafu says:

This needs more Helium

regular person without friends/suncriber says:

The tone is fuck ang so boring I like the last one and this so fuck sing fuck song

regular person without friends/suncriber says:

I don't like it

Dilip Kushwah says:

I want to sleep after hearing this song..πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜–πŸ˜–too old

Legend_ Gold says:

Asap is better…there's hydrogen and helium keep it going

bstrz04 says:

EVERYTHING WRONG WITH THIS SONG
1. Are some allotropes and plastic the only thing you can think about carbon ? What about pencil lead or the fact that its literally the building block of life ?
2. Magnesium was used in flashes, but it was never used in flash bulbs
3. Phosphorus is not in baking powder which is Sodium Bicarbonade
4. How can a nonreactive element like argon be used to grow crystals ?
5. the impurity that gives amethyst its purple color is iron. not manganese
6. whils arsenic was used in early fireworks, fireworks with arsenic content greater than 100 parts per million are now outlawed in mosts parts of to world. Also you've failed to mention the most important use of arsenic is today's world, Gallium-Arsenide which is used in semiconductors and is said to be the most efficient there is
7. "Chemical" is a bit of a broad term to describe molybdenum. Since you know, ALL ELEMENTS ARE CHEMICALS. Why not talk about its use in steel alloys or in nuclear medicine in the production on Technetium 99m ?
8. "Metal" is bit of a broad term to describe Barium. Since you know, AROUND 80% OF ALL ELEMENTS METALS. Also thats not what Barium looks like.
9. Promethium was very rarely used in batteries. It was more commonly used in radioluminecent paint and sometimes even lightbulbs.
10. The image for Ceramics ans Catalyst are swapped in Samarium
11. "Technology" is bit of a broad term to describe Europium, Since you know, ALL ELEMENTS ARE EITHER USED OR ARE A PRODUCT OF TECHNOLOGY
12. You pronounced Dysprosium wrong
13. Mercury containing cosmetics is literally outlawed everywhere.
14. Thallium does not have semiconductor propreties
15. Why would polonium be used in paper and plastics when its unimaginably toxic and radioactive ?
16. You pronounced Astatine wrong
17. "Scientific" is a bit of a broad term to describe Radon because… DO I EVEN HAVE TO EXPLAIN ?
18. Radium was never used in Medicine, but it was used in paint.
19. Actinium was never used in logging
20. Neptunium was never used in weapons
21. "Health Issues" is a bit of a broad term to describe Berkelium. Because you know, ALMOST ALL ELEMENTS CAUSE HEALTH ISSUES.
22. Californium is not used in Medicine nor Cement. However it has a use in the oil industry
23. Why do you sing the old element names but show the current names on the video (Nihonium-Ununtrium, Oganesson-Ununoctium etc.)

Volxar Gaming says:

This sucks, compared to asapscience this one is garbage

Sachin kaushik says:

Pls make it a little slow

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