Chemistry tutorial video on cellular respiration chemical equation shows five easy steps to balance the chemical equation. School students can pause the video midway to try to balance different parts of the equation by themselves during the chemistry class.
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Respiration C6H6O6 + O2 CO2 + H2O
This reaction is going on inside your body right now. Glucose molecules from digestion of your food, react with oxygen molecules from your breathed-in air, to release lots of energy that allows you to do things. Your brain burns heaps of glucose to give you the energy to think, so your watching this video is being powered by this chemical reaction right now. This chemical reaction is called cellular respiration.
Glucose is a beautifully shaped molecule made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms, and wrapped in a circle, so we say it's cyclic. It contains 6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms, making its molecular formula C6H12O6.
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Am I the only one who didn't understand lmao
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Excellent videos..! Thank you! But where is part C? I cannot find it.
Thank you so much for these videos,for the first time i could balance the chemical equations on my own.your teaching is very much helpful.Now i find chemistry more interesting and fun to learn and understand.Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge.keep up the good work..........
Its people like you who make us fall in love with learning. Wish I had teachers like u in my school days who could have explained us in such lucidity. That'd have had a great impact in my life. Its now that I realize of how big of an a******e they were. I'll try & pass on this knowledge to as many as I can & save them from the same misfortune. Now I realize the true meaning of "If u can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well". Thanks a ton.
Ian I'm so grateful for your videos. I haven't ever done a chemical equation in school correctly. I was terrified at chemistry. Couldn't understand anything. I blame the chemistry teacher at my high-school. Your explanations are so clear and concise. You're real pedagogical talent!
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Ian, Brilliant videos! Never mind the primary school kids only - I'm (re-)learning a ton myself! Can I pass these on to the teachers I know (Canada)? Cheers.
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thank you Ian, your videos are marvelous, helping a beginner to really understand some of the the complexities in chemistry. one question I am unable to find C in chemical equations is there a reason for this and I need to know the answer to to the equation on propane please. keep up the great teaching, I am so very grateful for your speed of delivery, clear explanations and board work, all so easy to follow. love and light karen
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