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Curriculum Library 2014

Educational videos for Secondary Schools

Science


Welcome to the science section of the Curriculum Library catalogue The following pages detail the science programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles coming soon. We’ve included extra information such as Australian Curriculum links and term update info. We hope that your school will enjoy the significant advancement in quality of our latest programs. Each new release now aligns to the Australian Curriculum, with an age level to suit the intended year group audience. All are HD 1080p quality, equipped with lesson-enhancing additional resources and closed captions. We’ve taken a lot of care to ensure we meet the biggest educational resource needs of Australian schools. Some of our new series include exclusive teaching resources that equip teachers with the perfect match of visual material for their lesson requirements. The Curriculum Library constantly evolves thanks to new content updates every term. Look out for exclusive titles coming soon over the next 12 months. Many thanks, Evan Clark ClickView Founder and CEO

What else is in the Curriculum Library?

Catalogue Key

Titles per subject Arts

39

Physical Education

89 29

Careers

101

Psychology

Economics and Business

111

Religion

7

64

Science

365

English Geography History Languages

109 82 5

Society and Culture

53

Study Skills

15

Teacher Professional Dev.

27

Legal Studies

32

Technologies

Mathematics

44

VET

139

Total

Personal Dev. and Health

New titles available every term

267 49 1627

Mapped to the Australian Curriculum

@ClickView

Term Update T414 indicates that the title was included in the Term 4 2014 update AR - Additional Resources Student activities and support notes to assist teachers Australian Curriculum Curriculum code as per ACARA

Additional learning resources 2

Video quality up to 1080p


Science ClickView’s picks

Air This program explores air, and defines what it is and its composition. It also discusses the percentage of different gases present in air and explains that air occupies space.

Blood - Its Components and Functions This program identifies: the different components of blood; lists the various components of plasma; describes how red blood cells help in the transportation of gases; explains the role of white blood cells in fighting pathogens; and discusses how platelets help control bleeding.

Cell - Structure and Functions Introduction To Cells This series investigates the structure and functions of cells. It includes the structure and function of the cell wall, cell membrane and the cytoplasm, as well as an exploration of the cell theory. It also examines the various shapes and sizes of cells.

ACSSU077

ACSSU17

ACSSU150, ACSSU149

2013 | 3 min | Australia | AR | T114

2013 | 6 min | Australia | AR | T114

2013 | 3 min | Australia | AR | T114

Classification Systems

Disease and Treatment

Getting to Know Plants Series

This program discusses how the classification system is organised and how scientific names are arrived at. The dichotomous keys used by biologists to classify specimens are demonstrated, and the five major groups of living things are explained.

This series looks at how causes of disease are investigated, vaccines are developed and treatment administered. The first program looks at the rotavirus, its impact, and the community benefit of immunisation. The second program looks at cancer, the risk factors and a molecular understanding of how radiation works as treatment.

This series studies the structure and functions of plants. It examines the parts of a flower, including the root, the stem, the process of transpiration, as well as food preparation and respiration.

ACSSU111

ACSHE161, ACSSU175

ACSSU150

2009 | 22 min | Australia | AR | T409

2013 | 22 min | Australia | AR | T114

2013 | 27 min | Australia | AR | T214

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Homeostasis

Is Matter Around Us Pure?

Light - Reflection and Refraction

Homeostasis is an important regulatory system that allows organisms to maintain internal stability and metabolic efficiency within variable external environments. This program introduces biology students to the phenomenon of homeostasis, why it is important and how it works.

Physical Changes

Convex and Concave Lenses

This series studies the matter around us, and the applications, processes, techniques and characteristics of them. It explores separation, crystallisation, differences, solutions, physical changes and distillation of different matter.

This series explores reflection and refraction of light. It includes how a ray of light bends or refracts through a concave and convex lens, as well as the three rules for drawing a ray diagram using a concave and a convex lens.

ACSSU150, ACSSU149

ACSSU151, ACSSU225

2007 | 25 min | Australia | AR | T408

2013 | 4 min | Australia | AR | T114

2014 | 10 min | Australia | AR | T214

Minerals and Ores

Nitrogen Cycle

Pollution of Air and Water

This program defines minerals with examples, differentiates between metallic and nonmetallic minerals, identifies ores, and examines the uses of minerals in our lives.

This program explains the nitrogen cycle and the various steps involved in it.

The Greenhouse Effect

ACSSU153

ACSSU189

ACSSU189, ACSSU179

2013 | 4 min | Australia | AR | T114

2013 | 5 min | Australia | AR | T114

2013 | 6 min | Australia | AR | T114

Structure of the Heart

The Physics of Medical Imaging

The Rock Cycle

This program outlines: the size, location and covering of the human heart; lists the different parts of the heart; lists the different chambers and valves of the heart, and their functions; and identifies the function of blood vessels.

Technological advances in the field of medicine have led to the development of sophisticated tools for analysing bodily processes. These methods are usually non-invasive for identifying and monitoring diseases or injuries, and use images representing internal anatomical structure and organs of the body.

This program examines the Earth’s core, mantle and crust, and how they interact to form the three main types of rock – igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. It explains how each type of rock is formed, its properties, structure and characteristics.

ACSSU175, ACSSU150

2013 | 5 min | Australia | AR | T114

This series explores the pollution of air and water. It includes acid rain, the greenhouse effect and water pollution. It investigates the causes, effects and measures to control acid rain, the processes of the greenhouse effect and global warming, and the types and causes of water pollution.

ACSSU153, ACHGK050

2009 | 27 min | Australia | AR | T209 4

2011 | 20 min | Australia | AR | T211


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Lab Safety

This program introduces students to safety guidelines that must be followed when designing and conducting scientific investigations. Lab safety techniques are outlined, as well as the correct use of personal protective equipment.

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This program explains the layout of a science laboratory and outlines the basic equipment typically found in the science lab, including the Bunsen burner and measuring equipment.

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2002 USA

Practical skills are paramount for students of science, but learning the basics can be daunting for students just starting out. This series demonstrates the correct and safe procedures for a wide range of activities undertaken in the lab. This series includes the following titles: Lab Skills - Basic Techniques

T214

4

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Connecting an Ammeter or Voltmeter

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Dilution

T214

4

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Fire Safety Equipment

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Personal Safety Equipment

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Separation Techniques

T214

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ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Spring Balance, Ticker Timer, Hodson Light Box

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Taking Measurements

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Testing for Gases

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Testing for Organic Compounds

T214

4

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Titration

T214

2

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Using a Microscope

T214

3

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Lab Skills - Using a pH Meter

T214

2

ACSIS140 and more…

2014 AUS

Measuring Up: An Introduction to Research Methods

This program focuses on all aspects of research methods and statistics.

T205

21

Playing It Safe in the Lab

Practical work in the school science lab can be great fun, but like most work environments, there can also be many dangers for students. This program covers the basic safety rules.

T205

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2000 AUS

ACSIS125 ACSIS140 ACSIS165

2001 AUS


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Science

21

ACSIS165 ACSIS199

2009 AUS

Scientific Method: How it Works

This video introduces scientific methodology by describing its development and purpose. Then, using the question “do plants need light to grow?” The viewer is given a detailed illustration of how scientific methodology is applied, and the concepts of theory and scientific law are addressed.

T305

15

ACSIS164 ACSIS198

2004 AUS

What’s So Special About Science

This program is aimed at inspiring and educating junior secondary students about science, the scientific method, and the three major streams taught in school – chemistry, physics and biology. It also explores a range of jobs and other roles performed by scientists in many areas of research, technology and enterprise.

T309

21

ACSIS124 ACSHE120 ACSHE224

2009 AUS

T307

27

ACSHE195 ACSHE161

2007 AUS

30

ACSSU175 ACSSU150 ACSSU044 ACSSU017

2006 AUS

24

ACHGK070 ACSHE160 ACSSU176 ACSSU112 ACSHE120

2009 AUS

2007 AUS

2010 AUS

Au

T209

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Safety in the Senior Science Lab

This program is aimed at providing students with a review of safety concepts and the introduction of new safety techniques as students head towards the use of more volatile substances and equipment in the science laboratory. It also highlights the correct use of MSDS sheets and Risk Assessment sheets.

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All About Forensic Science

This program takes the viewer on a journey into real-world forensic science and helps to debunk the TV stereotypes. It covers what forensic scientists do on a day-to-day basis, the role they play in solving crimes and other incidents, and the job description of a typical forensic scientist.

All Systems Go Again!

“All Systems Go Again” is a fast-moving and lively exploration of the three human energy systems: ATP - PC, Lactic and Aerobic. This program explores the three energy systems of the human body, their intricate links to one another, and the way they work in perfect harmony during any activity.

An Introduction to Biodiversity

This program explores what biodiversity is, with a focus on the long-term effects in Australia through interviews with professionals and organisations. It offers suggestions on what can be done to conserve biodiversity on a day-to-day basis, and gives a real world demonstration of such conservation in action.

T406

T409

An Introduction to Forensic Science

This program takes the viewer on a journey into real-world forensic science to debunk TV stereotypes and find out what forensic scientists do on a day-to-day basis.

T309

27

ACSHE230 ACSHE194 ACSHE192 ACSHE158 ACSHE161 and more...

Anatomy: Functional Body Systems

This program explains how the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous systems work in conjunction with each other in the human body. This video examines each of these systems, their parts, their functions and how they work.

T210

27

ACSSU175 ACSHE158 ACSSU150

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ACSSU175 ACSSU043

1995 AUS

Arrangement of Electrons in an Atom

This program explains the Bohr-Bury scheme of distribution of electrons in an atom; and gives the electron distribution of elements such as boron, oxygen and calcium.

T114

5

ACSSU186 ACSSU177

2013 AUS

Asexual Reproduction

This program explores types of asexual reproduction. The program includes cell division, binary fission in bacteria and amoebae, budding in hydra and yeast, fragmentation in flatworms, and defines asexual reproduction in various organisms.

T114

4

ACSSU150 ACSSU149

2013 AUS

Australian Animals

This program is a wonderful introduction to Australia’s native species, including the Tasmanian tiger. It looks at how animals obtain energy, how they protect themselves and their young, as well as survival and extinction of species.

T305

18

ACSSU112 ACSSU176

2001 AUS

Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Nutrition in Plants

This program explores autotrophic nutrition and heterotrophic nutrition in plants. The program includes the role of chlorophyll and stomata; the role of root hairs; discusses parasitic plants; and defines insectivorous plants, symbiotic plants and saprophytic plants.

T214

9

ACSSU175

2014 AUS

Battle Scars: An Overview of Our Defence Against Disease

Following on from introducing pathogens, this program investigates the human immune system and the body’s defences against disease.

T404

30

ACSSU176 ACSSU175 ACSSU150

1996 AUS

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ACSHE230 ACSHE191 ACSHE135 ACSHE136 ACSHE227 and more…

2005 AUS

25

ACSIS169 ACSIS170 ACSIS165 ACSSU176 ACSIS125 and more…

1994 AUS

2008 AUS

2003 AUS

Bioethics

Through case studies of the use of animals in research and the development of GMOs, this program examines some of the ethical issues involved in modern applications of biology.

T205

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We examine a wide variety of animals and the specific adaptations that enable them to survive: respiration, nutrition and digestion, water balance, circulation, and adaptations that operate at a wholeorganism level.

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Biology Fieldwork

This program shows students how to complete the practical fieldwork needed to investigate a local ecosystem.

Biomechanics of the Body

This program begins by examining some of the fundamentals of mechanics, including Newton’s laws, types of forces, force summation, inertia, momentum and acceleration. It also covers the three types of levers; the location of levers in the body and types of motion.

T109

27

ACSSU229 ACSSU175 ACSSU150 ACSSU155 ACSSU117 and more…

Biosphere Cycles - Senior

This program looks at the workings of the Earth’s biosphere, presenting how the one-way flow of energy from the Sun underpins the continual recycling of molecules between living and non-living states.

T305

23

ACSSU189

7

T105


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Biology

6

ACSSU17

2013 AUS

Body Systems - Explained through Dissection and Animation

The human body relies on the coordinated activity of a number of body systems. This program looks at the systems that deliver oxygen and nutrients to our tissues, and remove waste products such as carbon dioxide, using a unique combination of pig organ dissection, and clear informative graphics and animation.

T305

24

ACSSU175 ACSSU150

2003 AUS

Cell - Structure and Functions

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Blood - Its Components and Functions

This program identifies the different components of blood; lists the various components of plasma; describes how red blood cells help in the transportation of gases; explains the role of white blood cells in fighting pathogens; and discusses how platelets help control bleeding.

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This series investigates the structure and functions of cells. It includes the structure and function of the cell wall, cell membrane and the cytoplasm, as well as an exploration of the cell theory. It also examines the various shapes and sizes that cells can be found. This series includes the following titles: Cell Wall, Cell Membrane and Cytoplasm

T214

6

ACSSU149

2013 AUS

Discovery of Cells and the Development of the Cell Theory

T114

6

ACSSU149 ACSHE134

2013 AUS

Introduction to Cells

T114

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ACSSU150 ACSSU149

2013 AUS

Cellular Signalling

Using animated graphics, this program explores various ways in which cells signal other cells, looking particularly at paracine, synaptic and endocrine signalling processes.

T206

26

ACSSU150 ACSSU149

2006 AUS

Circulation of Blood

This program explains how the human heart pumps blood; reviews the internal structure of the heart; describes how blood that is rich in carbon dioxide is pumped through the heart; and explains how the heart receives and pumps oxygen-rich blood.

T114

5

ACSSU175 ACSSU150

2013 AUS

Classification Systems

This program discusses how the classification system is organised and how scientific names are arrived at. The dichotomous keys used by biologists to classify specimens are demonstrated, and the five major groups of living things are explained.

T409

22

ACSSU111

2009 AUS

Coordination and Control

This series explores the inner workings of animals and plants. It investigates animals’ nervous systems, including neuron structure and how they are divided, as well as how plants use hormones to coordinate and control their activities with changes in the environment, and the roles of the major hormones. This series includes the following titles:

Designer Genes - The Science and Ethics

Coordination and Control 1: Animals

T107

23

ACSSU175 and more…

2006 AUS

Coordination and Control 2: Plants

T406

19

ACSSU175 and more…

2006 AUS

28

ACSHE191 ACSHE194 ACSHE230 ACSSU184

2009 AUS

This program outlines the basic tools and techniques for manipulation of DNA, and how these are being used to ask fundamental questions about how genes work. From a more applied angle, we take a tour of the myriad ways these advances are being utilised in medicine, agriculture and the environment.

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Disease and Treatment

T404

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Discovering DNA

This program examines the makeup of the DNA molecule, including the role of messenger, transfer and ribosomal RNA; DNA manipulation; DNA recombination and sequencing; and the applications of various techniques.

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This series looks at how the causes of disease are determined, vaccines developed and treatment administered. The first video looks at the rotavirus, its impact, and the community benefit of immunisation. The second video looks at cancer, the risk factors and a molecular understanding of how radiation works as treatment. This series includes the following titles: Developing a Vaccine: Rotavirus

T114

12

ACSSU175 and more…

2013 AUS

Treating Cancer: Radiation Therapy

T114

10

ACSHE161 ACSSU175

2013 AUS

Emerging Diseases: Prions, Viruses

An emerging disease is one that has appeared in a population for the first time. The diseases discussed in this program include SARS, Avian flu, Rift Vally Fever and Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. It looks at the transmission, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment, vectors, prevention and control of these diseases.

T408

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ACSSU176

2008 AUS

Energy in Ecosystems

This program explores energy flow through ecosystems, and how organisms at various levels in the food chain obtain their energy, use it, lose it and store it.

T404

25

ACSSU176 ACSSU112

2002 AUS

Epidemiology: Linking Smoking to Lung Cancer

Smoking’s role in lung cancer is not a simple cause-and-effect relationship. Using lung cancer as an example, this program explores the critical role epidemiology plays in establishing the cause of a disease.

T114

12

Evolutionary Biology Essentials

2013 AUS

This series gives a broad understanding of the multi-branched theory of human evolution, the major geological eras in Earth’s history and the various scientific methods used for fossil dating. This series helps us answer questions such as where we came from and who we are. This series includes the following titles: Geological Timescale

T413

8

ACSSU185 ACSSU180

2013 AUS

Radiocarbon and Other Dating Techniques

T413

8

ACSSU185 ACSSU153

2013 AUS

The Hominid Chronology

T413

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ACSSU185

2013 AUS

Evolutionary Theory

This program reviews the history of the Theory of Evolution and explains its basic elements. It explains what a scientific theory is and why scientists argue that ID is not science.

T107

27

ACSHE191 ACSSU185

2006 AUS

Fertilisation in Flowering Plants

This program describes the process of fertilisation in flowering plants, and discusses the formation of seeds and fruits in plants.

T114

4

ACSSU176 ACSSU150

2013 AUS

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Biology

T305

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Food Chains and Food Webs

This program explains how animals and plants are interconnected within ecosystems. It offers a brief explanation of why every living organism needs energy, and then describes how plants and animals obtain their food and energy. Food chains and food webs are also examined, including scavengers and decomposers.

T312

17

Food Habits of Animals

This program explores the food habits of animals. The program includes the feeding habits of herbivores, carnivores and omnivores, and explains the feeding mechanism of parasites.

T214

5

ACSSU112

2013 AUS

Forensic Science in Action

This program demonstrates the forensic investigation of a mock-up crime. It takes viewers through crime scene investigation, various facets of evidence analysis, and the presentation of the forensic findings in a court of law.

T407

20

ACSHE195 ACSHE161

2007 AUS

2003 AUS

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This program introduces students to digestion and food testing. This program also shows a range of experiments with food testing and enzyme activity.

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2005 AUS

2012 AUS

Gene Technology

This program is about gene technology - the actual techniques used by the scientists producing remarkable breakthroughs in areas like health, agriculture and forensics.

T404

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ACSSU184 ACSSU185 ACSHE192 ACSHE135 ACSHE230 and more...

Gene Technology in Agriculture

These are interesting times for agriculture, as it is undergoing major changes with the current advances in gene technology. This program looks at the pros and cons of these advances, and how they can affect our health, environment, society and the economy.

T305

21

ACSHE227 ACSHE136 ACSHE226

1999 AUS

Gene Technology: Part 1

Explore the history of our understanding of genetics, from the observations of Mendel to the discovery of DNA by Watson and Crick. We outline the function of DNA, chromosomes, genes and protein replication, and how research into genetics has led to the development of gene technology.

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1999 AUS

2006 AUS

T305

Genes and Cloning

This program looks at the way man has modified genomes of plants and animals used for food since the dawn of agriculture.

T207

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Genes and Inheritance: Priests, Peas, Punnets and Pedigrees

This program introduces the important concepts and principles that form the basis of the modern understanding of genetics and inheritance. It covers the use of Punnet Squares, gene linkage, sex linkage, and crossing over. It also introduces Pedigree Analyses using examples of autosomal and sex-linked inheritance.

T404

32

ACSSU184

2002 AUS

Genetics and Reproduction: Genetic Diseases to Designer Babies

This program explores the revolution in genetic medicine, and highlights the social and ethical implications of the emerging reproductive technologies. It starts by looking at types of genetic diseases, and considers recent medical advances and their applications.

T305

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ACSSU185 ACSHE195

2001 AUS

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Getting to Know Plants

T114

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This program states the three conditions required for seed germination; describes the steps in the process of seed germination; states the source of energy for the seeds to grow; and explains how a new plant is produced.

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This series studies the structure and functions of plants. It examines the parts of a flower, including the root, the stem, the process of transpiration, as well as food preparation and respiration. This series includes the following titles:

Hand-Me-Down Genes: An Introduction to Genetics Series

Flowers

T214

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ACSSU150

2013 AUS

Plants - Roots, Leaf Function and Respiration

T214

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ACSSU150

2014 AUS

The Plant Stem and its Functions

T214

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ACSSU179 and more‌

2013 AUS

This series is the perfect introduction to genetics. It explores inheritance through the cell nucleus, DNA, chromosomes and genes. It also investigates twins, dominant and recessive genes, mutations and more. This series includes the following titles: Family Patterns

T404

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ACSSU184 and more...

1997 AUS

How Genes Work

T404

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ACSSU184

1997 AUS

Homeostasis

Homeostasis is an important regulatory system that allows organisms to maintain internal stability and metabolic efficiency within variable external environments. This program introduces biology students to the phenomenon of homeostasis, why it is important and how it works.

T408

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ACSSU150 ACSSU149

2007 AUS

How a Plant Works

This program introduces the importance of energy to living things by outlining the main processes of photosynthesis. This involves the conversion of light energy from the Sun into chemical energy, which plants and animals can utilise in their metabolism.

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1998 AUS

Human Reproduction

T305

This series examines human reproduction, and focuses on the development of a human embryo, the male and female reproductive systems and the menstrual cycle. It explores the process of fertilisation and ovulation, and explains the function and structure of both reproductive systems. This series includes the following titles:

Human Urinary System

The Development of a Human Embryo

T214

5

ACSSU150

2013 AUS

The Male and Female Reproductive System

T114

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ACSSU150

2013 AUS

The Menstrual Cycle

T214

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ACSSU150

2013 AUS

This program explores how the urinary system removes waste materials and how the organs of the human urinary system help in excretion. It includes how wastes are produced in the body, and describes the location and morphology of organs of the human urinary system.

T214

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ACSSU175

2014 AUS

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Biology

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2013 AUS

In Focus: Classifying Living Things: The How and Why of the Five Kingdom Classification

This program shows how all living organisms are classified into five basic categories or kingdoms - plants, animals, fungi, protoctista and monera.

T404

33

ACSSU111

2003 AUS

In Focus: Introduction to Plants (Junior Version)

This program examines the form and functioning of plants. It looks at the characteristics of all living things – including cellular respiration, photosynthesis, growing and repairing, responding to stimuli, taking nutrients from the environment, and reproduction – and emphasises how these occur in plants.

T105

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ACSSU150

2004 AUS

In Focus: Introduction to Plants (Senior Version)

This program is an introduction to botany for senior secondary students. It looks at cellular respiration, photosynthesis, the transport of nutrients, growth and repair, responses to stimuli, and reproduction - both asexual and sexual.

T105

22

ACSSU175 ACSSU150

2004 AUS

In Focus: Plants, Light and Water (Junior Version)

This program looks at two naturally occurring phenomena that are essential to the survival of plants: light and water. It covers photosynthesis and cellular respiration, compares the products and reactants, and other characteristics of each process.

T105

20

ACSSU150 ACSSU149

2004 AUS

Insects and Spiders - Life Cycle Energy and Protection

This program is an introduction to the life cycle of insects and spiders, and the way in which the survival of the species is ensured. It has four main sections: the life cycle, how insects obtain energy, how insects protect themselves, and protection for the young.

T305

20

ACSSU094 ACSSU043 ACSSU073

1985 AUS

Inside Cells - Cells and Their Organelles

The program examines the structure and function of cellular organelles; covers the importance of internal cellular membranes; and compares the relative sizes of organelles within a cell.

T404

27

ACSSU149 ACSSU150

2002 AUS

Interviews on the Ethics of Genetics

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Importance of Air

This program explores the importance of air. It includes the importance of the gases present in air, outlines the uses of air in daily life and identifies the organs in the living organisms that are used to breathe in oxygen.

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This series explores key ethical issues in the controversial world of both new human and agricultural genetic technologies. It investigates the nature of genetic testing and the human genome, and addresses why genetic foods are needed to help feed the world. This series includes the following titles:

Introducing the Pathogens

Gene Tech Tapes: Part 4

T305

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ACSSU184 and more...

2000 AUS

Gene Tech Tapes: Part 5

T305

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ACSSU184 and more...

2000 AUS

This program looks at the five major groups of pathogenic organisms. It considers scientific research and technology, the diseases they cause and more.

T205

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Macromolecules

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Using a combination of narration, video footage and graphics, this program covers how cell membranes operate and the various ways in which materials can cross them.

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This series focuses on macromolecules. It investigates the three major categories of macromolecules, known as carbohydrates, lipids and the nucleic acids. It also explores proteomics and its structure and function. This series includes the following titles:

Mechanisms of Evolution

Medical Ethics

Macromolecules 1 - Carbohydrates, Lipids and Nucleic Acids

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ACSSU184 and more...

2006 AUS

Macromolecules 2 - Proteins and Proteomics

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2006 AUS

Evolution is the process that produces change in a population. This program covers the three main ways in which evolution occurs, with chapters on genetic drift, mutation and natural selection. By using coloured counters to represent genes, Gregor Mendel’s genetic theory is shown in a clear and concise way.

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2004 AUS

This series explores the key issues in medical ethics today, particularly euthanasia, IVF and genetic engineering. It offers perspectives of practitioners, patients, families, and religious and philosophical experts; uses interviews, real-life examples and opinions from around the world. This series includes the following titles: Euthanasia

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2011 AUS

Genetic Engineering

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2011 AUS

IVF

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2011 AUS

Medical Scientists at Work

This program portrays medical scientists involved in three diverse projects. These are analysing the chemicals in insects for possible medical applications; examining how some diseases can be carried on DNA and inherited; and developing a vaccine that can work with any type of flu.

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ACSHE227

2000 AUS

Metamorphosis of a Frog

This program illustrates the different stages in the life cycle of a frog, and explains metamorphosis.

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2013 AUS

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Micro-Organisms: Friend and food through bacteria, yeast and fungus; human diseases caused by micro-organisms such as mosquito bites; the usefulness of micro-organisms such as yeast; and the various uses of bacteria, protozoa and fungi. Foe This series includes the following titles: Food Spoilage by Micro-Organisms

T214

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ACSSU112

2013 AUS

Microbial Diseases in Humans

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ACSSU176

2013 AUS

Useful Micro-Organisms - Yeast and Algae

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2013 AUS

Useful Micro-Organisms II - Bacteria, Protozoa and Fungi

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ACSSU112

2013 AUS

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Natural Selection: Its Place in Modern Society

This program illustrates how natural selection continues to affect us in fundamental ways that will determine our future survival as a species. It offers an explanation of natural selection, examples of how it is operating all around us, how it has affected human evolution and continues to affect our lives.

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A mutagen is any agent capable of altering the structure of DNA within our cells. While some mutation is a natural process resulting from errors in the copying and repair of DNA, mutagens are able to greatly increase the mutation rate within a population.

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Nutrition in Animals

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2009 AUS

ACSSU185

2008 AUS

This series explores the nutrition in animals, including microscopic animals and the human digestive system. It includes feeding, digestion, egestion and absorption; the processes and functions of the human digestive system; the organs that aid digestion; as well as milk teeth and permanent teeth. This series includes the following titles: Nutrition in Microscopic Animals - Amoeba, Hydra and Paramoecium

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2013 AUS

The Human Digestive System - Assimilation and Egestion

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2013 AUS

The Human Digestive System - Digestion and Absorption in the Small Intestine

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2014 AUS

The Human Digestive System - Teeth

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2013 AUS

The Human Digestive System - Tongue, Salivary Glands, Teeth, Oesophagus and Stomach

T114

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ACSSU175

2013 AUS

Oviparous and Viviparous Animals

This program describes how animals reproduce; differentiates between oviparous and viviparous animals; and outlines how animals take care of their young ones.

T114

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2013 AUS

Plant Adaptations

This program investigates the basic characteristics of aquatic and terrestrial environments, and the adaptations of the plants that live in those environments.

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1995 AUS

Plants, Light and Water Senior Version

This program examines the importance of water and light to plants. It covers photosynthesis and respiration. It then looks at transport mechanisms and tissues within the plant, explaining the roles of xylem and phloem in transpiration and translocation.

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Pollination

This program explains the process of pollination by insects and wind pollination, and provides examples of each. It also distinguishes between self and cross pollination.

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ACSSU176 ACSSU150

2013 AUS

Population Management

Australian scientists have come up with a more effective and humane solution to control pest populations using contraceptive vaccines. Also, scientists are trying to use the DNA from a preserved specimen to bring the Tasmanian Tiger back from extinction.

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ACSHE136

2002 AUS

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Biology

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Products that Harm the Environment

We look at products in everyday use, explore their impact on the environment and discover ways to avoid harming it. The video demonstrates how products may cause harm during their manufacture, use and disposal.

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1992 AUS

Rebuilding the Brain: Adult Brain Stem Cells

This program examines what stem cells are, what research is being done with them, and how their use will have a future benefit in fighting disease and trauma.

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2002 AUS

Rock Platforms

This program explores the environmental characteristics and organisms of the intertidal zone, which is the region of coast between extreme high and low tide levels. It outlines the constantly changing abiotic factors and the influence of these on the distribution of organisms.

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ACSSU176

2002 AUS

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

This program looks at sexual and asexual reproduction with clear explanations of meiosis and mitosis. It explains biological processes, explores various types of asexual reproduction, sexual reproduction in animals and flowering plants, and the advantages and disadvantages of both types of reproduction.

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ACSSU150

2012 AUS

Structure of the Heart

This program outlines the size, location and covering of the human heart; lists the different parts of the heart; lists the different chambers and valves of the heart, and their functions; and identifies the function of blood vessels.

T114

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ACSSU175 ACSSU150

2013 AUS

Superbugs: A Case of Natural Selection

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria ‘superbugs’ are a growing threat to public health. Where do they come from? And why is the problem getting worse? This program answers these questions and much more.

T105

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ACSSU185

1999 AUS

The African Savannah

This program looks at the African Savannah and a number of animals that exist naturally in Savannah habitats in various parts of the continent; how their habitat supports them; and various physical, behavioural and social adaptations they have made in order to exist in the Savannah environment.

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2008 AUS

The Bones of It: An Introduction to the Skeleton

In this program, Z-Man the Zombie explores many aspects of bones and the human skeletal system in his bone-laden graveyard. The journey looks at what bones are, their form and function, breaking and healing, and how to promote and maintain healthy bones.

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The Cell: How It Works

This program takes an in-depth look at how a cell works, including its basic internal structures and processes. It examines single-celled organisms, the differences between plant and animal cells, the challenge of becoming multicellular, and why cells specialise.

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Pregnancy and Childbirth The Real Story

This program transitions from conception to birth as it covers the key developmental stages in each trimester. It documents foetal development, outlines key medical tests, the emotional and physical aspects of pregnancy, birthing options, and the birthing process.

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The Eye - From Light Comes Sight

The eye gathers light information and transforms it into a signal that is used by the brain to formulate an appropriate response. This program explains how this process works, what are the structures involved and what they do, using an integrated approach.

T206

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ACSSU150

2004 AUS

The Human Genome Project

This program requires no prior knowledge of genetics and begins by outlining genes, chromosomes, DNA structure, mutations and base sequence (the genetic code).

T105

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The Immune Response

This program identifies that the immune system is a highly complex system, and examines the three levels of immune defence, in isolation and as part of a disparate yet interconnected system. The role of human intervention in the defence against disease is also explored.

T112

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The Last Plague - The Immune System at Work

This program explains the history and symptoms of influenza, and how the virus reproduces. It includes a detailed description of the immune system and how the body fights an influenza infection. The different subtypes and strains of the virus are introduced, and the vaccines and new anti-viral drugs are explained.

T105

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The Pond - Community Ecology in Action

Ponds are fine examples of the biosphere in action. This program examines community ecology; food chains and food webs; key biological processes, such as photosynthesis; importance of the detritus pathway; and adaptations of and interactions between living organisms.

T305

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ACSSU176

2002 AUS

The Pond - Exploring the Web of Life

By examining life in and around a pond, this program addresses how living things interact with one another, how they adapt to their environment, the similarities and differences between living things, how environments provide for the needs of living things, and the effect of humans on natural environments.

T305

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ACSSU112 ACSSU043 ACSSU073

2005 AUS

The Rising Threat of Infectious Disease

This program examines the fight against microbes and the evolution of bacteria, and the steps science is taking to combat new infectious diseases.

T105

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ACSSU176 ACSSU043

1997 AUS

The Role of Enzymes

Enzymes are proteins manufactured by the human body during protein synthesis. They are catalysts and drive every chemical reaction that takes place in the human body, and enable our bodies to be built from proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Through genetic engineering, it is possible to harness the power of enzymes.

T110

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The Science in Foods

In this program, we introduce students to the science behind the food we eat. We also examine keeping food safe, and how it should be handled and stored.

T206

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The Endocrine System

This program describes the structure and function of the pituitary gland; explains the structure and function of the thyroid gland; illustrates the structure and functions of the adrenal glands; and describes the structure of the testes and their role in regulating secondary sexual characteristics in males.

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Biology

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2013 AUS

Transportation Systems in Animals

This program explores the need for multicellular animals to have specialised internal transport systems. These are systems that can effectively distribute materials to and from all parts of the body, providing nutrients and removing waste. The evolutionary aspect of internal transport mechanisms is also discussed.

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ACSSU175

2009 AUS

Transportation Systems in Plants

This program explores why many multicellular plants have specialised internal transport systems, while looking at what a transport system is, how plants get their nutrition, and the structure and function of root hairs. It also discusses separate transport systems of the xylem and phloem.

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2009 AUS

Types of Joints

This program explores the various types of movable joints, including the ball-and-socket joint, the pivot joint, the hinge joint and the gliding joint. It explains the movements of the various joints and describes freely moveable joints.

T214

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2014 AUS

Types of Teeth

This program looks at when milk teeth and permanent teeth appear in humans, the different types of teeth, and their uses.

T214

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ACSSU150

2013 AUS

Understanding Evolution: Inheritance and Change

The program moves from explaining how DNA mutations can bring benefit to a species through natural selection to how fossils are formed and dated, and what the fossil record can show us.

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2002 AUS

Viruses: The Deadly Enemy

The program provides a brief history of viruses, their role in chronic diseases, and shows how researchers use viruses to study biochemical processes and genetic engineering.

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This program explores the different types of skeleton and parts of the human skeleton. The program also explains the skull and the vertebral column.

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The Skeletal System

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Acids and Bases

Acids and bases are all around us. This program features early theories of Arrenhius and Lowry-Bronsted; valence structures; exposed protons and proton transfer; diprotic and triprotic acids; the pH scale; conjugate pairs; and standard reactions between acid and: metal, oxide, carbonate and hydrogen carbonate.

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Acids, Bases and Salts

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This series explores acids, bases and salts. It covers topics such as the behaviour of acids and bases in the presence of water; pH and how it affects the human body, plants and animals; the effects of litmus; neutralisation; soap preparation; strong and weak acids and bases; and synthetic indicators. This series includes the following titles: Dissociation of Acids and Bases in Water

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ACSSU179

2013 AUS

Importance of pH in the Human Body

T214

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ACSSU175

2013 AUS

Natural Indicator - Litmus

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ACSSU225 and more…

2013 AUS

Neutralisation in Everyday Life

T214

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ACSSU179

2013 AUS

Preparation of Soap - Acid-Base Reaction

T214

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Sensitivity of Plants and Animals to pH Change

T214

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ACSSU175

2013 AUS

Strength of Acids and Bases

T214

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ACSSU179

2014 AUS

Synthetic Indicators – Phenolphthalein and Methyl Orange

T214

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Uses of Bases

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ACSSU179

2013 AUS

Acids and Bases in the Home

This program presents the features of acids and bases, and discusses their physical and chemical properties. The pH scale is introduced, and the use of indicators to test the pH of acids and bases is explained. A description of neutralisation reactions and their products concludes the program.

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ACSSU187 ACSHE191 ACSSU179

2009 AUS

Air

This program explores air, defines what it is and its composition. It also discusses the percentage of different gases present in air and explains that air occupies space.

T114

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ACSSU077

2013 AUS

All About Chemical Bonding

2013 AUS

2013 AUS

This series explores chemical bonding, including covalent, ionic and metallic bonding. It investigates the Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion theory, interactions and forces, the Gilbert Lewis theory, the valence shell, the periodic table and its elements, Gilbert Lewis’ Octet rule and properties of metal. This series includes the following titles: Covalent

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2010 AUS

Ionic

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2010 AUS

Metallic

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2010 AUS

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Chemistry

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Atom Bond

A parody of a James Bond movie. Gold Metallic Bond is sent off to investigate why Carbon, Nitrogen and other atoms are training themselves in other types of bonds.

T305

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Atoms and Molecules

This program examines Dalton’s atomic theory, molecules and ions, how to write the chemical formulas of compounds, the laws of chemical combination, and the mole concept.

T214

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ACSSU177

2014 AUS

Atoms and Their Electrons

This program provides a history of the understanding of the atom, including the pioneering work of Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford and Bohr. It introduces the concept of electron configuration; shows the relationship between configuration and position in the periodic table; and demonstrates ionic and covalent bonding.

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1995 AUS

Bohr’s Model of the Atom

This program focuses on Niels Bohr, who worked with some of the best physicists of the 20th century to devise his atomic model.

T306

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ACSSU186 ACSSU177 ACSHE157

2006 AUS

Bonding Between Atoms

This program examines the ways in which atoms form bonds with other atoms, including ionic bonds, covalent bonds and metallic bonds.

T305

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ACSSU187 ACSSU186

2004 AUS

Bonding Between Molecules

This program explores the biscuit molecule, icing bonds between atoms and butter bonds between molecules. It recognises a range of bond strengths, hydrogen bonding and DNA.

T208

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ACSSU186

2004 AUS

Changes Around Us

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The program covers Le Chatelier’s principle, the equilibrium law and calculating K. It examines how K changes when the temperature of exothermic and endothermic reactions changes, with a focus on sulphuric acid manufacture.

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Applying the Concepts

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This series investigates changes and studies the ways a change is brought about, reversible and irreversible changes and various types of change. This series includes the following titles:

Characteristics of Chemical Reactions

How a Change Can Happen

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ACSSU225 ACSSU113

2014 AUS

Reversible and Irreversible Changes

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ACSSU225

2014 AUS

Types of Changes

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2013 AUS

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2014 AUS

This program explores the effect of temperature, change in colour and state, and how gas evolves and precipitates form during a chemical reaction. It explains the changes and distinguishes between a normal chemical reaction and a gas-evolution reaction.

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Chemical Analysis Techniques

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This series explores a range of important chemical analysis techniques, including chromatography, mass spectrometry, infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). It explains how chemical principles are applied in the techniques, and how it is possible to identify the very specific elements and compounds using them. This series includes the following titles: Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry

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2013 AUS

Chromatography

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2013 AUS

Infrared

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2013 AUS

Mass Spectrometry

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2013 AUS

NMR

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2013 AUS

Chemical Energy

There are few alternative fuels for vehicles other than oil. This program looks at the alternative sources available, including energy in food and plants; endothermic and exothermic reactions; CO vehicle fuel from gas or charcoal burner; enthalpy, water and producer gas; synthetic fuels; and ethanol from biomass.

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ACSSU187

1993 AUS

Chemical Equations

This program begins by explaining what chemical equations are, how they’re written and how we balance them. It then demonstrates and develops chemical equations for different types of chemical reactions: combination, decomposition, single and double replacement, and combustion.

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ACSSU187

2005 AUS

Chemical Equations in the Real World

This program takes an in-depth look at five common products that are in use all around us, and explores the chemistry behind their manufacture and/or use. They are soap, polystyrene, aluminium, paint and car batteries.

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ACSSU187

2009 AUS

Chemical Equilibrium

This program looks at chemical equilibria and the environment. Concepts addressed include familiar systems, analogies and models; the effect of temperature; molecular view of equilibrium; equilibrium in phase change and solutions; notations and conventions; limestone caves; and Belousov-Zhabotinsky reactions.

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Chemistry Concepts 1

This program explores atomic modelling through history, examines the development of the periodic table, discusses various bonding models and the limitations they pose in accurately explaining and accounting for bonding phenomena.

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Chemistry of Carbon - A Very Versatile Atom

This program examines the physical and chemical changes that take place during food preparation. It uses a simple egg sponge to demonstrate processes such as aeration, denaturation, coagulation, gelatinisation, browning reactions, emulsification and crystallisation.

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2005 AUS

Chemistry of the Environment - Water Air Heavy Metals - Goldmine Case study

This program looks at an environmental impact study at the Porgera Papua New Guinea Gold Mine. It considers heavy metals in the food chain down river and the treatment of waste stream for heavy metals.

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Combustion and Flame

This program examines different types of combustion; identifies the various zones of a candle flame; discusses luminous and nonluminous zones; infers that different substances have different ignition temperatures; explores inflammable substances and fuels; and examines different types of fire extinguishers.

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2014 AUS

Corrosion Chemistry

This program is designed to help students understand the chemistry in corrosion. Enhanced by animated graphics and laboratory experiments, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of this chemical process.

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ACSSU179

2006 AUS

Decomposition Reaction

This program defines decomposition reaction, and explains the decomposition of copper carbonate and lead nitrate.

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ACSSU187

2013 AUS

Electron Arrangement

The arrangement of electrons in an atom determines its behaviour. This program covers the ionisation of atoms by electron bombardment, light emission from hot electrons in atoms, the hydrogen spectrum, electron diffraction, quantum mechanical model, Schrödinger wave equation, orbital models, and molecular geometry.

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1991 AUS

Equilibrium - The Concepts

This program defines reversible reactions, then covers the concepts of chemical equilibrium and the equilibrium law, using examples and analogies.

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2003 AUS

Holding Electrons

The attraction of each electron in an atom is unique due to the charge on the nucleus, and the distance and repulsion by other electrons. This program looks at the arrangement of electrons in atoms and how they are exchanged, as well as the concepts of ionisation energy and electronegativity.

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2003 AUS

History of the Atom

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This series investigates the history of the atom, and includes an explanation of the history of atomic theory and key experiments which established the structure of the atom. It includes a variety of significant figures such as Newton and Aristotle, and features a number of models such as the Bohr model. This series includes the following titles:

I Came, I Saw, I Redoxed

History of the Atom Part One

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2002 AUS

History of the Atom Part Two

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ACSHE157 and more…

2003 AUS

This film explains the reduction-oxidation reactions, or redox, via an animated story in which the mighty Caesium and his legion of atoms set out to conquer the world. The program covers a number of reactions, and explains the properties of different types of atoms.

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Investigating Polymers Series

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This series focuses on polymers and explores how they are formed, their preparation and properties, as well as addition and condensation polymerisation. It investigates the properties of thermosetting and thermoplastic polymers, and the relationship between physical properties and types of bonding that occur. This series includes the following titles:

Ionic and Covalent Bonding - Electronegativity Conductivity Network and Shapes

Is Matter Around Us Pure?

Addition Polymers

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1998 AUS

Condensation Polymers

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1999 AUS

Introduction to Polymers

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2008 AUS

Electronegativity determines whether a bond is pure covalent, polar covalent or ionic. The conductivity of salts, dissociation in water, covalent networks, the shapes of simple covalent molecules, and the properties of small and long-chain covalently bonded compounds are explored in this video.

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This series studies the matter around us, and the applications, processes, techniques and characteristics of them. It explores separation, crystallisation, differences, solutions, physical changes and distillation of different matter. This series includes the following titles:

Isotopes

Material World Series

Applications of Colloids in Everyday Life

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2013 AUS

Chromatography

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2013 AUS

Colloids and Suspensions

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2013 AUS

Crystallisation

T114

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ACSSU178 and more…

2013 AUS

Difference Between Mixtures and Compounds

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ACSSU113

2013 AUS

Fractional Distillation – Separation of Liquid Mixtures

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ACSSU113

2013 AUS

Physical Changes

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2013 AUS

Separating the Components of Air

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ACSSU113

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Solutions

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Sublimation

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2013 AUS

Types of Pure Substances, Solutions and Mixtures

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ACSSU113

2013 AUS

This program defines isotopes using examples and calculates the average atomic mass of chlorine.

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This series looks at various aspects of change and reactions. It investigates everyday chemical changes and reactions; the differences between atoms and molecules; differences between elements, compounds and mixtures; particle theory of matter; and the behaviour of solids, liquids and gases. This series includes the following titles: 23


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Metals and Non-metals

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Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

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1997 AUS

Good Vibrations

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1997 AUS

This series explores metals and non-metals. It includes concepts such as chemical bonds and combinations; metal’s reactions with acids, oxygen, water and sodium hydroxide; corrosion; non-metal properties and reactions with oxygen; copper refining; ionic compound formation; and uses of common metals. This series includes the following titles: 2013 AUS

Chemical Combination

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Chemical Properties of Metals

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Chemical Properties of Metals - Reaction with Bases

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Chemical Properties of Non-Metals

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Electrolytic Refining of Metals

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Formation of Ionic Compounds

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2014 AUS

Physical Properties of Non-Metals

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Uses of Metals

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Mixtures

This program explains homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures, defines colloids, and discusses suspensions.

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ACSSU113

2013 AUS

Nuclear Chemistry: Inside the Atom

This program deals with the development of early theories of the atom, and how our knowledge of the structure of the nucleus has developed. It explores the types of nuclear radiation; their properties and how they are detected; compares fission and fusion; and analyses the uses of nuclear radiation.

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ACSSU177

2007 AUS

Nuclear Radiation

This program explores the discovery of radioactivity, what makes atoms radioactive, and the methods for detecting radioactivity. It explains the types of radiation, types of decay and decay equations, radiation dose and dose equivalence. The effects of radiation on living things and the environment are also discussed.

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ACSHE157

2012 AUS

Periodic Table: Third Row Elements

This program shows the features and trends of the periodic table by reacting elements of the third row with oxygen, chlorine, bromine and sodium. Each series of reactions features diagrams, atomic models, a macro view of the reactions in test tubes, the chemical equations, and the uses of the reactions.

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ACSSU186 ACSSU152

1987 AUS

Petroleum and Oil Refining

This program takes an in-depth look at how petroleum is refined into fractions and how these fractions can be changed to have more useful properties.

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This series explores physical and chemical changes. It covers topics such as chemical changes accompanied by the evolution of a gas and the formation of a solid; the difference between chemical and physical changes; and their characteristics. This series includes the following titles:

Practical Science Series

Chemical Change

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Differences Between Physical and Chemical Changes

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Physical Changes and Their Characteristics

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This series explores chemical analysis. It covers three common analytical techniques - atomic absorption spectrometry, gas chromatography and high pressure liquid chromatography - and outlines the need for quick, cost-effective and reliable testing of samples. This series includes the following titles: Chemical Analysis 1

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1993 AUS

Chemical Analysis 2

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1994 AUS

Physical Nature of Matter

This program defines matter, explains the composition of matter, and discusses the size of particles.

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Redox Rocks - Redox Reactions in Extracting Metals from Ore

This program examines the ways of removing oxygen or sulphur in order to extract metals from their ores. It features footage from the laboratory and industrial processes, and explores the extraction of copper, zinc and aluminium.

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2003 AUS

Redox: Losing and Gaining Electrons

This program is an introduction to redox. It covers the transfer of electrons; the origin of the name redox; evolution of the definition; electronegativity; oxidation number; half equations; writing and balancing redox equations; half cells; standard electrode reduction potentials; and spontaneous and forced reactions.

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1991 AUS

Science Building Blocks Series

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2013 AUS

This series investigates states of matter and separating mixtures. It explores changing states, expanding and contracting, particle theory of matter, methods of separating various mixtures, dissolving, sewage treatment and more. This series includes the following titles: 2005 AUS

Changing States of Matter

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Separating Mixtures

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Separating Mixtures: Sieving, Gravity, Chromatography and More

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This series explores the separation of substances. It includes evaporation, decantation and filtration; the importance of separating substances; separating a mixture of two immiscible liquids; methods to separate substances, including sieving and winnowing; and the importance of water as a solvent.

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This series includes the following titles: Evaporation, Decantation and Filtration

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Importance of Separating Substances

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Separating a Mixture of Two Immiscible Liquids

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Separation Techniques

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Solubility and the Importance of Water as a Solvent

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2014 AUS

Sewage Treatment

This program shows how sewage treatment processes have responded to community demands. Areas covered include the activated sludge process, dissolved air flotation, magnetite process, biodigestion, and membrane technology.

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ACSHE121

1991 AUS

Solids, Liquids and Gases

This program covers the solid, liquid and gaseous state of matter. It explains and gives examples of the properties of each state, and describes the arrangement of particles within each state.

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ACSSU151

2014 AUS

Synthetic Fibres and Plastics

This program defines synthetic fibres; identifies its different types, characteristics, uses and disadvantages; and discusses the melt-spinning method. It also presents the importance of plastics, explains the injection moulding method, classifies plastics, and explores thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics.

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ACSHE227

2014 AUS

The Amazing Mole

The discovery of the mole and its relationship to mass, volume, concentration and number of particles revolutionised science in its day. This introduces this fundamental concept in chemistry using a step-by-step approach.

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The Chemical Bonding Series

2003 AUS

This series investigates chemical bonding. It explores the bonding between molecules, bonding in metals, bonding in molecules and ionic bonding. It includes states of matter, common chemical substances, covalent bonding, the fundamentals of matter and the bonding of common materials. This series includes the following titles:

The Energy of Chemical Reactions

Bonding Between Molecules

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1997 AUS

Bonding in Metals

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1997 AUS

Bonding in Molecules

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1997 AUS

Ionic Bonding

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1997 AUS

This program explores the importance of activation energy in all reactions, explains how to calculate the heat of reactions using standard heat of formation tables, how to calculate the overall reaction mechanisms using Hess’ Law, and how the specific heat of water is fundamental in Calorimetry.

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2013 AUS

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1988 AUS

The Making of Aluminium (Advanced Version)

This program looks at the chemical and electrolytic processes involved in producing aluminium at the Portland aluminium smelter in Victoria.

T105

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1993 AUS

The Mole: A Chemical Measure

This program addresses the concept of the mole. It looks at how substances react in definite proportions, the ignition of various mixtures of hydrogen and oxygen, a nuts-and-bolts analogy to show fixed proportions, the mole and Avagadro’s number, and calculating chemical reactions using the mole.

T305

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1994 AUS

The Nitrogen Cycle

This program explores the continuously moving nitrogen cycle and its importance for life on Earth. It looks at how nitrogen is removed from the atmosphere, changed into a form that plants can absorb, is passed up the food chain, and returned to the atmosphere.

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2013 AUS

The Periodic Table

This program explores the development and nature of the modern periodic table, atomic structure, valency and ionisation, table groups, and radioactivity.

T207

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ACSHE191 ACSSU186

2007 AUS

The Science in Cosmetics

This program shows how cosmetics are made and how they have been used for thousands of years. It covers bases, bulking agents, colouring agents, fragrances, preservatives, emulsions, distillation and solvent extraction.

T107

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2006 AUS

Understanding Electrolysis

This program looks at the chemistry of electrolysis, and compares galvanic and electrolytic cells. It discusses the industrial applications of electrochemistry, examines the applications of rechargeable batteries, and concludes with an introduction to Faraday’s First Law of Electrolysis and stoichiometric calculations.

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2010 AUS

Valency

This program explains the un-reactivity of noble gases, defines valency, predicts the cause of chemical combustion, and calculates the valency of metals and non-metals.

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Waste Water Treatment: Various Options for Effluent Disposal

This program discusses the various types of treatment processes, and the different ways of disposing of the treated effluent.

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Water

This program explores the sources and uses of water, its various states, and the water cycle. It discusses the percentage of water on Earth and identifies sources of freshwater. The various states of water and their inter-conversion are discussed, and the video concludes with an examination of the water cycle.

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The Magic of Chemistry: Lecture Demonstrations

This program covers the 1988 Nyholm Youth Lectures with Dr Richard Russell and Robert Switzer. Topics covered include the sublimation of dry ice, polymerisation, structure affinity relationships, aerial oxidation, oxidation, chromium trioxide/ ethanol, gun cotton, pouring race, old Nassau, luminol, and flash bang tubes.

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Water: A Unique Chemical

Water’s many properties are essential for all known life forms. The V-shaped molecule reveals an unequal sharing of electrons, which explains many of water’s properties such as the ability to exist on Earth in all three states, absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and its role in many chemical reactions.

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2013 AUS

Wet Cells, Dry Cells, Fuel Cells

This program covers the history and development of different types of electrochemical cells, with a specific emphasis on fuel cells. It explains the production of electricity from chemical reactions, including the process of REDOX; explores various types of fuel cells; and presents a discussion of the hydrogen age.

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2004 AUS

What are Atoms Made of?

Everything in our world is made up of elements of different combinations. This program explains the structure of the modern atomic theory, and explores the periodic table and what it can tell about an element. It introduces the idea of valency, ionic bonding, covalent bonding, and balancing simple chemical equations.

T409

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This program explains the occurrence of water as ice, liquid and vapour, its climatic role, its properties, and its cycle. The program looks at the issue of water on other planets and its importance to life.

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Atmospheric Circulation

This program looks at a number of factors that influence the atmosphere, including global heat budget, convection, the Coriolis effect (conservation of momentum), general circulation of the atmosphere, trade winds, seasons, monsoons and synoptic charts.

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Biofuels: Alternate Energy Supply

This program investigates the mode of production of a range of biofuels, from biogas, ethanol and butanol to vegetable oils and biodiesel.

T107

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ACSSU187

2006 AUS

Biophysical Environment Ecosystems and Interactions

This program looks at the interactions between the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere at three scales. These three scales include global (latitude and vegetation patterns), regional (catchment) and local (mangroves).

T305

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ACSSU189

1998 AUS

Carbon Cycles and Cycles

This program looks at glucose, starch, cellulose, coal, oil, limestone and photosynthesis. After watching the program students will be able to write their own carbon cycle stories.

T305

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ACSSU189

2001 AUS

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2014 AUS

Composition of the Atmosphere

This program looks at the composition of the atmosphere and its various components. It explains each component and identifies their importance.

T214

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ACSSU189

2013 AUS

Cycles and Seasons

This program explores the cycles and seasons that dictate life on Earth, and answers the following questions: Why do we get day and night? What are seasons, and why do they change? Why does the moon change its shape? What causes tides?

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ACSSU115 ACSSU048

1998 AUS

Dinosaurs

This film uses scientific methods to answer basic questions about dinosaurs: What did dinosaurs look like? What did they eat? How big and how strong were they? How did they move? Why did they have long tails and necks? Who did they fight and why?

T305

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ACSSU044

1990 AUS

Energy Conservation

This program takes the audience on a tour of an energy-efficient house to show how the average home can cut energy use.

T404

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T206

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ACSSU180

2006 AUS

Global Tectonics - Competing This program clearly explains current theories regarding the structure of the Earth and how the continents came to be in their Theories current positions.

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This program explores coal, petroleum and natural gas. It covers natural resources, coal, the destructive distillation of coal, the importance of natural gas, the origin of petroleum and petroleum refining.

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2002 AUS

History of the Race to the Moon

For thousands of years, people have dreamed about going to the moon. It was only during the last century that the dream looked possible because of ideas developed by Konstantin Tsiolkovsy and Robert Goddard. This program illustrates the super-human effort of putting the first person on the moon.

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2001 AUS

Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks

This program explains igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, including their types and formation. It also gives examples of extrusive and intrusive igneous rocks.

T214

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ACSSU153

2014 AUS

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2013 AUS

Irrigation

This program explains the process of irrigation, including the role of sprinkler and drip systems.

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Living on the Planets: What We Need to Live

This program considers the issues surrounding human life away from Earth. It includes footage from the Apollo, Pathfinder and Viking space missions, as well as the Biosphere 2 experiment of human life in a self-contained, closed system. It presents possible systems for supporting human life on the moon and Mars.

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Earth Science

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ACSSU153

2013 AUS

Nitrogen Cycle

This program explains the nitrogen cycle and the various steps involved in it.

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ACSSU189

2013 AUS

Our Earth in Motion: Understanding Time, Tides and Seasons

This program explains how the Earth and the Moon move with respect to each other and the Sun. It also considers why we have day and night, different time zones, and four seasons every year, two tides, and the different phases of the moon.

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ACSSU115 ACSSU048

2006 AUS

Our Place in Space: Astronomy

The development of modern telescopes has enabled astronomers to develop new insights and theories about the origins of the Universe. This program uses the observations of astronomy in the context of the historical development of our picture of the Universe, and our place in it.

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2008 AUS

Our Solar System: Investigating Environments Beyond Earth

Using NASA footage, this program looks at the Sun; the inner planets, Mercury and Venus; the Moon; asteroids; the outer planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune - and their moons; comets; and lunar exploration.

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ACSSU078

1995 AUS

Oxygen

This program explores oxygen, its presence in the air and the oxygen cycle. It demonstrates that oxygen occupies one-fifth of the volume of air, explains the sources of oxygen in the atmosphere, and discusses the reasons for the damage of the oxygen cycle.

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2013 AUS

Pollution of Air and Water

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This program defines minerals with examples, differentiates between metallic and non-metallic minerals, identifies ores, and examines the uses of minerals in our lives.

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This series explores the pollution of air and water. It includes acid rain, the greenhouse effect and water pollution. It investigates the causes, effects and measures to control acid rain, the processes of the greenhouse effect and global warming, and the types and causes of water pollution. This series includes the following titles: 2013 AUS

Acid Rain

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The Greenhouse Effect

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Water Pollution

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Rainwater Harvesting

This program describes rainwater harvesting, and explains the two most efficient methods used for rain water harvesting.

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ACSSU222

2013 AUS

Renewable Energy

This program profiles examples of technologies harnessing renewable energy, such as a wind farm, a bus running on ethanol and a solar house. It uses these examples to examine the current state of renewable energy in Australia.

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1999 AUS

Renewable Fuels

This program shows the environmental impacts that renewable and non-renewable energy sources have. It considers the various types of renewable energy sources, how the energy is collected, and its pros and cons. The program also explores the introduction of wind farms, wave parks and solar farms worldwide.

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2008 AUS

Satellites, Orbits and Gravity

The first part of this program focuses on satellites and orbits, particularly the Moon, planets and spacecraft; launching satellites and free fall; and orbits and escape velocity. The second part focuses on gravity, including Kepler’s laws, Newton’s law of gravitation, motions of planets, and the Voyager slingshot.

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ACSSU118

1996 AUS

Sewage Solutions (Advanced Version)

This program investigates the problem of human sewage waste, and the biological and chemical methods involved in proper treatment.

T105

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1992 AUS

Starlight

For ages, humans have been wondering about the origins of stars - they had little idea that we are all made of stardust. This program covers brightness, distance by parallax and Cepheid variables; spectra, colour temperature, Fraunhofer lines, elements and fusion reactions; and H-R diagrams and the lives of stars.

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ACSSU188

2000 AUS

Stars of the Universe

This program takes the viewer on a tour of some of the amazing celestial objects of the near universe. Topics covered include star clusters, the Big Bang, inside stars, types of stars, death of stars, variable stars and binary stars.

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The Cycles

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This program looks at the work of front-line renewable energy research scientists. It includes topics of solar energy, storage of energy and wind power. It introduces the concept of energy payback and looks ahead to our energy future.

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This series explores the water cycle, carbon cycle and phosphorus cycle. It includes the processes of the water cycle such as evaporation and condensation; the process of carbon removal from the atmosphere and transfer to organisms; and the key steps of the phosphorus cycle such as weathering and sedimentation. This series includes the following titles:

The Phases of the Moon

The Carbon Cycle

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ACSSU189

2013 AUS

The Phosphorus Cycle

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ACSSU189

2013 AUS

The Water Cycle (Advanced)

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ACSSU222

2013 AUS

The Water Cycle (Basic)

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2013 AUS

This program explains the different phases of the Moon.

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2011 AUS

Types of Rocks

This program looks at sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, and their formation. It classifies rocks into three main categories; explains the different types of igneous rocks and provides examples; and explains the formation and uses of sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.

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ACSSU153

2013 AUS

Volcanoes - What Causes Volcanoes - Junior Version

This film is a compilation of volcanic footage from around the world, with clear explanations of what causes the different volcanic types. Using plate tectonics as the underlying theme, this program explores mid ocean ridges, volcanoes over trenches, plate tectonics, shield volcanoes and lava viscosity.

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Wastewater Story

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This program examines the Earth’s core, mantle and crust, and how they interact to form the three main types of rock igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. It explains how each type of rock is formed, their properties, structure and characteristics.

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This series explores wastewater through sewage, treatment, potable water, water treatment plants and alternate methods of sewage disposal. It covers the sources and processes of water treatment, the various methods of purifying water, biogas plants, the process of vermicomposting and much more. This series includes the following titles: Alternate Methods of Sewage Disposal

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Potable Water and Water Treatment Plants

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ACSSU222

2013 AUS

Sewage and Wastewater Treatment

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2014 AUS

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2008 AUS

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All About Motion: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

Everything moves, including objects that appear to be stationary. The concepts of displacement, velocity and acceleration describe this movement by telling the direction in which an object is travelling, how far it goes, how fast it travels, and whether it slows down or speeds up.

T408

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Building Bridges - The Physics of Construction

This program covers the elements of bridge building, considering factors such as materials used and how costs are governed by environmental, aesthetic and functional elements. The issues are discussed by technical manager, Cliff Sagot and senior structural engineer, Natalie Balcott from The Robert Bird Group.

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Catching the Sun: The Physics of Solar Energy

This program is an introduction to the principles behind solar energy collection and its various uses, such as generating electricity, and for heating space and water. It covers the thermal and electrical uses of solar energy, and presents a glimpse of what the future might look like.

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ACSSU229

1986 AUS

DC Electricity: Discovery and Developments

This program looks at the origins of electricity through the first uses of static electricity by the Greeks and Gilbert, and then moves onto other popular displays by scientists in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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2006 AUS

DC Motors

This program explains the link between electricity and magnetism, and how the two can combine to produce movement; the principles of the electric motor; and how useful motion can be achieved.

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ACSSU229

2006 AUS

Electrical Circuits

This program covers the basics of electrical circuits, including the various components of circuits; voltage, current, resistance and Ohm’s Law; series and parallel circuits; and demonstrates a range of calculations for voltage, current, resistance, power and the use of Kirchoff’s Law.

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2013 AUS

Electrical Safety

Electricity is a hazard when our bodies become part of an electrical circuit or an accidental circuit. This program examines generation and distribution of electricity; circuits; the effects of electricity on the body; avoiding the accidental circuit; electricity and water; and potential difference.

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2001 AUS

Electricity Distribution - The Network, Line Loss and Transformers

This program looks at how electricity is distributed from power stations to the end user, particularly line loss and transformers, the high voltage network, connecting the user, and the purchasing of power.

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Electricity: How it Works

This program examines some basic ideas about electricity, including what it is, what it can do, how we use its properties, how we can deliver more and how we can measure things about it.

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2000 AUS

Electromagnetic Radiation: Wave and Particle Models of Light

This program examines the various properties of light and scientists’ attempts to explain them. In the past, both wave and particle models have been used to understand, explain and predict the behaviour of light, though neither model on its own is adequate to explain all known phenomena.

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ACSSU182

2008 AUS

Electromagnetism Part 1: Electric Fields, EM Fields, Motor Effect

This program looks at how magnetism and electricity are linked. It looks at the magnetic properties of atoms; deflection of moving charges; how a traditional television screen and a loudspeaker work; interaction of magnetic fields; and the creation of a simple electric motor.

T206

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Energy Rules: The Conservation of Energy

This program examines different forms of energy and momentum, and how they are related. Students are taken through appropriate calculations and introduced to the various concepts.

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This program analyses a collection of spectacular and beautiful collisions, in terms of energy, force, momentum and vectors. It features collisions between cars, trucks, planes, meteorites and people.

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Gravitation

This program outlines the four fundamental forces and discusses the principles of Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. It investigates the motion of satellites and orbiting space stations, and explores the different gravitational fields of planets. It also discusses the existence of zero gravity spaces.

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Gravity: History of Ideas

This program follows the development of astronomy from the ancient Greeks to the 17th century Europeans by characterising some of the main people involved. It explores geocentric models, heliocentric models and more modern explanations of the properties of the universe.

T305

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ACSHE191

1999 AUS

How Sound Waves Travel

This program explains what sound waves are and how they travel.

T214

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ACSSU182

2013 AUS

In Focus: The Synchrotron An Introduction

A synchrotron produces highly specialised light, known as synchrotron radiation, which is used in a number of emerging fields. This program provides an introduction to this machine, including its applications, basic design, synchrotron radiation and interaction with materials.

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Interference of Light - A Property of Waves

This program examines interference of waves in water; Young’s twin-slit experiment; colour of soap films; coherent and incoherent light; Newton’s rings, used in the polishing of glass; thin films; coatings on lenses; and reading compact discs (CDs).

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ACSSU182

1991 AUS

Introduction to Electricity

This program introduces the concept of electricity, including its early history, and covers static and current electricity. The analogy of a stream of water is used to explain current, resistance and voltage. It examines where electricity comes from and presents a range of examples of where it is used.

T308

25

ACSSU182 ACSSU219

2008 AUS

Light Fantastic

This program investigates some of the properties of light that it is produced from sources, passes through transparent materials, can be bent in several ways, is made up of different colours, that colours can be added together, and that it can be polarised.

T305

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Light - Reflection and Refraction

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T413

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Forms of Energy

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is transferred from one form to another. This fundamental concept in physics can be challenging for students when they are introduced to it. This program explores different forms of energy, their effects on objects and processes, and conversion from one form to another.

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ACSSU155 ACSSU219 ACSSU078

2013 AUS

2005 AUS

2003 AUS

1997 AUS

This series explores reflection and refraction of light. It includes how a ray of light bends or refracts through a concave and convex lens, as well as the three rules for drawing a ray diagram using a concave and a convex lens. This series includes the following titles: Convex and Concave Lenses

T214

10

Rules for Drawing Ray Diagrams Using Concave and Convex Lenses

T314

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ACSSU219 ACSSU076

1987 AUS

Methods of Heat Transfer

This program explores the mechanisms and practicalities of heat transfer, explaining the mechanisms of conduction, convection and radiation, and introducing the concept of thermal capacity of an object.

T107

23

ACSSU182 ACSSU155

2006 AUS

Microwave Ovens: Cooking with Light

This program discusses the main modes by which energy is transferred during cooking: convection, conduction and radiation. It looks at how microwaves stimulate the rapid rotation of water molecules, and presents the characteristics of waves, wave interactions and the electromagnetic spectrum.

T107

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ACSHE158

2006 AUS

Millikan’s Oil Drop Experiment

This program covers using static drops to balance mg against nqe; plotting voltages on drops; falling voltages give size of drop; reasons for experimental error; Millikan’s questionable scientific method; and the remarkable accuracy of Millikan’s work.

T305

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Mobile Phone Networks: How They Work

Mobile phones have become one of the most common methods of communication. This program investigates the science and technology behind mobile phone networks, including issues of coverage and signal strength. The program also demonstrates other forms of technology that are based around the use of radio waves.

T107

18

ACSHE158 ACSHE228 ACSHE161

2006 AUS

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Using everyday objects and situations, this program explores Newton’s three laws of motion at a fundamental level, focusing on the understanding of basic principles. These include forces acting on objects, the concept of net force, what a zero or non-zero net force implies, and coverage of the action-reaction law.

T405

26

ACSSU229

2005 AUS

Nuclear Physics

This program examines the nucleus; isotopes caused by neutron numbers; nuclear stability, nuclear force and mass defect; radioactivity and radiation; beta decay, alpha decay and gamma decay; half-life and transmutation; and nucleons made of quarks and uranium decay series.

T407

21

ACSSU177

1991 AUS

Nuclear Power - Fission, Fusion, Reprocessing and Disposal

This program looks at the practical application of nuclear energy, particularly fission, fusion, reprocessing, and disposal.

T305

31

T213

15

T305

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One Flash and You’re Ash!

This program examines the dangers of electricity; the cause, effect and treatment of electric shock; and how to avoid the dangers. It explains risk management, the effects of different levels of current on the body, and first aid techniques to administer to shock victims.

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Magnets and Electricity

This program looks at the basic principles of magnetism and electricity. It covers compasses, domain theory, cutting a magnet in two, magnetic field and Earth’s magnetic field. It also covers electromagnetism, fields around a conductor, producing electricity with a magnet, static electricity and electrochemistry.

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1991 AUS

1992 AUS

ACSIS199 ACSSU182 ACSIS165

2013 AUS

ATOM Awards 2013 Finalist

Particle Model and Kinetic Theory of Gases

This program has been divided into two parts. The first part looks at the particle model of matter, including stacking, temperature, solution, precipitation and movement of particle. The second part looks at the kinetic theory of gases, including mass, momentum, pressure, temperature and volume.

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1990 AUS


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ACSSU229

1997 AUS

Physics of Fun - Fun parks, Circuses and Stunts

This program looks at the potential and kinetic energy of roller coasters, trapeze, slides, work = force x distance, vectors, tightrope walkers and cable cars. The components of motion are also resolved, looking at trajectory, angular acceleration, merry-go rounds, loop the loop, angular momentum, and pendulum.

T305

23

ACSSU229

1998 AUS

Physics of Motion: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

This program examines relative motion; projectiles from standing and moving launch sites; Aristotlean ideas of motion; motion of planets; Galileo’s experiments; frames of reference; the Coriolis effect; and graphs of motion.

T305

23

ACSSU229

1993 AUS

Physics of Music

All musical instruments have something in common – an element that vibrates, a mechanism to make it vibrate, a source of energy to feed the vibrations, and the means of varying the frequency or pitch. This video examines a wide range of musical instruments to illustrate the concepts and formulae of sound waves.

T305

33

ACSSU182

1992 AUS

Physics of Thunderstorms

This program investigates how thunderstorms work, including the states of water, latent heat given off when vapour condenses, tropical climates even temperature, studying tropical thunderstorms, and lightning.

T305

26

1997 AUS

Polarisation of Light

This program covers a range of concepts relating to polarisation of light, including the generation of photons; photons polarised at right angles; role of conductors and insulators; velocity and polarisation in a crystal; how does polaroid film work; and polarisation by partial reflection.

T305

24

1992 AUS

Principles and Laws of Motion

This program starts with an examination of forces. The properties and behaviour of forces are examined in the context of Newton’s laws of motion. It also looks at projectile motion, circular motion and centripetal force, and concludes by examining the principles and laws in action on a pool table.

T309

19

Principles of Physics

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This program investigates the concepts of stopping distance, crumple zone, average force and kinetic energy. The importance of speed is highlighted as energy, damage and stopping distance depends on the square of speed.

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Physics of Car Crashes

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ACSSU229

2009 AUS

This series investigates the principles of physics, and includes light, mechanics, heat, sound, magnetism, electricity and radioactivity. It looks at the physics behind everyday occurrences, and uses experiments to show the principles of heat, how sound travels, and how radioactivity works. This series includes the following titles: 2012 AUS

Principles of Physics 1: Light

T412

15

Principles of Physics 1: Mechanics

T312

11

ACSSU229 ACSSU155

2012 AUS

Principles of Physics 1: Mechanics, Heat, Light

T210

31

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Principles of Physics 2: Sound, Magnetism, Electricity and Radioactivity

T210

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ACSSU229 ACSSU182

2010 AUS

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Properties of Waves

If the movement of a particle causes delayed movement in its neighbour, we have a wave. This program covers transverse waves; tension waves; shear and torsional waves; amplitude; frequency; velocity and period of waves; and investigates wave behaviour.

T305

25

ACSSU182

2003 AUS

Push and Pull Forces

Any type of motion means a force is at work. This fundamental concept in physics has formed the basis of the work of many pioneering scientists. This program introduces forces, and some important laws and principles of physics, using a range of familiar objects.

T413

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ACSSU229 ACSSU117

2013 AUS

Radioisotopes at Work: Medical and Industrial Uses

Radioisotopes have an important role in today’s society. The ability of radiation to pass through matter allows radioisotopes to be applied in many different ways. This video examines the use of radioisotopes in medicine (diagnosis, radiotherapy) and industry (materials testing).

T305

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2001 AUS

Refraction and Images

This program analyses refraction and its application in forming images. The mechanics of how refraction occurs is explained, and analogies are used to explain the change in speed that occurs when light travels from one medium to another, along with the direction change when the angle of incidence is not 0.

T305

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1997 AUS

Science Building Blocks Series

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This program investigates the motion of projectiles, beginning with vertically projected objects and then moving to angled projection.

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Projectile Motion

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2003 AUS

This series looks at light, sound and magnetic force. It explores waves in relation to sound and light, and uses experiments, graphics and footage of applications of magnets and electromagnets to introduce the concepts of magnets and magnetism. This series includes the following titles: Light and Sound

T305

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ACSSU182

2005 AUS

Magnetic Force

T405

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ACSSU076

2005 AUS

Semiconductors, Diodes and Transistors

This program demonstrates the operation of semiconductors, diodes and transistors, and explains how the invention of the integrated circuit and transistor has revolutionised electronics. It explores the N-type and P-type semiconductors and their major features, as well as PN diodes and NPN transistors.

T112

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Sergeant Magnet of the Electron Army

The light switch goes on and Sergeant Magnet sets off to recruit loosely held electrons to answer the call. He trains them to move forward as the magnet moves sideways across the wire. Then he sends them on a long range mission where the wire narrows and they meet resistance.

T305

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ACSSU182

2003 AUS

Simple Machines - Junior

This program shows how simple machines make a task easier. We see that if we reduce the force, we have to move further. It explores a range of examples, including lifting four bricks on a bench in different ways, using a ramp with a skateboard, using different pulley systems, complicated machines, and levers.

T305

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ACSSU117

1995 AUS

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Sound in the Studio: Physics at Work in a Recording Studio

This program provides an overview of the physics of sound, and how they are applied in a recording studio. It explores the different sections necessary within the recording room and the effects of various materials used in the recording room.

T305

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2001 AUS

The Photoelectric Effect

This program discusses the discoveries in the photoelectric effect from a historical and experimental perspective. It covers Hertz’s original work on the electromagnetic nature of light through wave, particle and photon models for light, and the works of Lenard, Planck and Einstein.

T404

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2003 AUS

The Physics of Light

This program examines the nature of light and how it is harnessed in our lives. The basic properties of light and the wave model are explained; and the concepts of wavelength, frequency, speed, reflection, refraction, total internal reflection and dispersion are explained.

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2010 AUS

The Physics of Medical Imaging

Technological advances in the field of medicine have led to the development of sophisticated tools for analysing bodily processes. These methods are usually non-invasive for identifying and monitoring diseases or injuries, and use images representing internal anatomical structure and organs of the body.

T209

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2009 AUS

Waves in the Ocean (Senior)

This program provides an excellent summary of the nature of waves in the ocean, how they are formed, their characteristics, why and how waves break, and much more.

T305

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What’s Special About Relativity - Einstein’s Special Theory

This program follows the same approach that Einstein took when writing his explanation of his special theory of relativity. This video has applications to mathematics, covers the fundamentals of physics concepts and clarifies what is so special about relativity.

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Work = Force x Distance: Exploring the Concept of Work

Work is the product of force and distance. This program examines the formulas, work = force x distance and power = work/time; doing work to waste energy; forces in stopping; and toughness versus brittleness of metals.

T305

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Machines change force and distance, but the work done is constant. This program looks at machines from the perspective of work = force x distance. It examines simple machines, including inclined planes, pulleys, levers and gears, and investigates hydraulic pistons.

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Simple Machines - Senior

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2001 AUS

ACSSU229 ACSSU117

1989 AUS


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