International Animation Day: Dive Into The World Of Science With These ‘Chemistry Made Simple’ Videos
On the occasion of the 18th International Animation Day, take a look these ‘chemistry made simple’ videos.
October 28 marks International Animation Day aka IAD. This day is observed all over the world in order to celebrate the art of animation. In 2002, ASIFA (Association Internationale du Film D’ Animation) declared this day as a global event. International Animation Day also remembers Charles-Émile Reynaud Théâtre Optique’s first show at the Grevin Museum in Paris, 1892. Charles-Émile Reynaud’s public performance of animation entered the history of visual entertainment. On this occasion, let us take a look at some of ‘chemistry made simple’ videos represented by ZEE5.
The Water Cycle
In this video, you will learn a detailed theory of the water cycle. The video guides you into a step by step picture representation of how the water cycle works. It is available in the Hindi language for clear and simple understanding. The water cycle begins with water from ponds, rivers, sea, lakes etc, getting evaporated by the sun and turning into water vapours. Further in the video, the teacher explains the evaporation, condensation and collection process.
The Greenhouse Effect
The greenhouse effect plays an important role in global warming. In this video, you will learn what a greenhouse effect is and how it works. The teacher explains in a video format. The video includes both Hindi and English language. The greenhouse effect is a process that occurs when gases in earth’s atmosphere trap the Sun’s heat.
Sublimation is simply one of the many ways water or another substance can change between its potential phases. For instance, water turning into ice, after being kept in the freezer. In this video, the teacher performs an experiment explaining the process of sublimation. An animated representation is done for better understanding.
The atomic mass is basically a weighted average of all of the isotopes of an element, in which, each isotope’s mass is generated by the profusion of that special isotope. Atomic mass is also referred to as atomic weight. The following video explains what atomic mass is. It shows a PowerPoint presentation explaining the subject.
In this video, you will learn the chemical form of bleaching powder. The uses of bleaching powder and how it reacts chemically are presented in this video. The video takes you through an animated experiment. Take a look at the video below.