Physics Season 6: Covid EditionEpisode 1: Chemical Reactions
Opening Credits:Editor: Ava RichardsonFilmed By: EveryoneResearcher: Alex Agranov and Sam WallaceWriter: Julia Judaken
Estimated Runtime: 6 minutes
Sam will give a quick introduction about how we will be covering chemical reactions in this video
Sam will then define and explain the first chemical reaction, combination reactions, in a voiceover with a demonstration of gas molecules taking place as b-roll
Insert Chemical Equation Here
The camera cuts to Adrian who is talking about decomposition reactions and combustion reactions. Student 2 first explain decomposition reactions and demonstrates by lighting a match.
Adrian then explains that this is also a combustion reaction. Adrian explains what they are and how they can sometimes overlap with other reactions.
The camera cuts to Alex who states there are 2 more chemical reactions but he can not demonstrate them in real time. Alex then explains what a single replacement reaction is and writes the chemical equation on a whiteboard. Alex then explains the last chemical reaction, a double displacement reaction and writes the chemical equation on the same whiteboard.
Insert Chemical Equations for Single Replacement and Double Displacement Reactions
Cuts back to Sam who concludes the video with what a general summary of each reaction is and a real world example of each reaction.