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19th Century Arts: Romanticism, Music, and Art

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Learn about Avogadro's number, the mole, in this music video to the tune of Bonnie Tyler's 'Total Eclipse of the Heart'. This is just a fun video that gives you an introduction to the Mole as it is used in Chemistry - but you can find so many more videos on http://www.youtube.com/virtualschool - have fun learning Sung by: Alex Watson of 'Bastedo': http://itsbastedo.com/ Produced by: M3NSA http://m3nsa.com/ This video is distributed under a Creative Commons License: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND Sky footage from NatureClip, 2011 Background music from Bonnie Tyler, Total Eclipse of the Heart Lyrics: Underground, moles are little animals with really weird noses who like to dig around Round and brown, every here and there you'll find a hairy brown spot on your skin, we also call that a mole! Search around, moles are spies who work in private espionage, they spy in secret, and they don't make a sound Also found, Everywhere in mexico Mole is a spicy sauce Same spelling but a whole different sound! Turnaround blind eyes Don't you know it's more than you can tell Turnaround blind eyes, moles can also mean something else 'Cos in chemistry a mole. Is a unit used to measure, The atoms or molecules, In a substance of whatever! It's the number of carbon twelve atoms In twelve grams of carbon... Matter's filled with way too many atoms to count, So use Avagadro's number to express the amount! For any type of matter: solid, liquid or gas, The grams within a mole will equal atomic mass. All you need is a mole! Six-oh-two sextillion! Six-oh-two sextillion! Six point oh two two, one four oh seven eight, Times 10 to power of twenty three That number's a mole We use it in chemistry. Once upon a time Avagadro said hey! And showed us the way out of the dark, His number you must use, A molar eclipse of the heart. A molar eclipse of the heart. Get in touch: vsteam@fusion-universal.com Find out more: http://www.thevirtualschool.com Follow us: http://www.youtube.com/virtualschooluk Friend us: http://www.facebook.com/virtualschooluk 'Fuse School', the global education initiative created by leading Social Learning organisation 'Fuse Universal'. We are on a mission to provide great education to millions of learners who need it most - so that they can improve their lives and communities. Our specialist teachers & talened animators from accross the globe co-create a complete library of secondary education videos for students and teachers alike - in the Sciences, Maths, EFL and ICT. All of this is free to the world as Open Educational Resources under a Creative Commons License. Starting in November 2013, these resources will not only be available on YouTube EDU, but also on our Open Platform 'Fuse School'. Visit www.FuseSchool.com for a free, personalised learning & teaching experience. Wherevery you are in the world: If your fire burns for education as a human right email us at vsteam@fusion-universal.com and join our OER movement of teachers, NGOs, charities, unis & edtech companies!

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