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In the first lecture, Eric Rogers introduces us to the world of atoms and the unusual properties of liquids.
In this lecture we explore the nature of gaseous substances.
Ions are atoms or molecules that have gained an electric charge — by gaining or losing a spare negative electron.
Some atoms are radioactive, waiting to explode and hurl out a small 'chip' thus becoming quite a different atom — an atom of a different chemical element.
EM Rogers' fifth lecture explores the structure of atom and the ability to extract energy from them via fission.
Through indirect means we are able to observe atoms that are otherwise invisible to the naked eye.
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