Learn Chemistry Faster with Help from StraighterLine Videos

Barry Lenson

Whether you’re studying chemistry online or in the classroom, things can get pretty confusing pretty fast. A “mole” is no longer a little animal that burrows through your lawn, for example. A “significant figure” is more than how much money you have left in your checking account. And having a low “boiling point” doesn’t mean that you blow your top when you’re standing in a line.

But here’s some good news for you. StraighterLine offers 50 instructional chemistry videos on its YouTube channel.  They’re free, they’re great – and they’ll explain some pretty complex topics for you in just a few minutes.

Be sure to check them all out – chances are that there is one that will help you tackle any Chemistry problem you’re trying to learn today. Here’s just a small selection . . .

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