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The songs are made up from melodies of various pop hits, including Blink 182, Imagine Dragons and Bryan Adams. For instance, Let's Make A Night To Remember by Bryan Adams became Let's Find Out An Organic Structure, and Just The Way You Are became Just What Metals Are.
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You changed the lyrics into chemistry vocabulary. Interesting
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You changed the lyrics into chemistry vocabulary. Interesting
I also have some for Physics:
"I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road, and I will ride till I can't no more" became "I'm gonna take my charge to the current loop, and it will loop till it can't no more"
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The songs are made up from melodies of various pop hits, including Blink 182, Imagine Dragons and Bryan Adams. For instance, Let's Make A Night To Remember by Bryan Adams became Let's Find Out An Organic Structure, and Just The Way You Are became Just What Metals Are.
Were you inspired by Mr Bruff?

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I started writing such songs in 2017, after getting influence from a viral video in 2016, a maths song about congruence of triangles.
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Biology etc.?
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Biology etc.?
I only write these songs for Physics and Chemistry.
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I have songs for most AS topics, except Energetics. I am thinking of making one song on the topic. I also have a song about reaction orders in A2, to the tune of Imagine Dragons' 2015 hit Warriors. Its chorus became:
Here it is, don't turn away now, this is the equation that describes rate orders
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The following song boosted my mark in a test to 100%. The Results Plus report showed that I only missed two marks out of 42 in such type of questions in U2/U3 exams.
The Elements of Groups 1 and 2 (Original: All of me)
1. They react with oxygen, oxide forms
With chlorine, it will form a chloride
And with water, hydroxides form, with steam, it forms oxides and H2
The oxides plus water gets a base, with acids gets chloride and water
The solutions are both colourless, and it is right
Hydroxides are more soluble down the group, and sulfates less soluble down the group
Chorus: In these two groups, reactivity goes up as more energy is needed to remove electron from atom
Ionisation decreases, and radii and boiling point
Thermal stability goes up and nitrates and some carbonates
Decompose less down the group, and this is what they are, oh-oh
2. Thermal stability's how stable in heat
All nitrates are white, they decompose
Group 2 and Li forms brown fumes, great decomposition, cause higher charge and small size
Group 2 and Li carbonates decompose to oxides and CO2
Harder down Group 2, as the size is larger down the group
Those nitrates give out O2, and form oxides and NO2
And other Group 1 does it more completely, forms nitrites
(Repeat Chorus)
Bridge: Don't forget that, oh
Higher charge and smaller size
Gives strong Polarisation and distortion
(Repeat Chorus)



Should I make an MV on it, so more people can be benefited?
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These will continue into the next academic year, which include songs to the tunes of:
1. Katy Perry- Roar
2. Rachel Platten- Stand by you
3. Everything I Do- Bryan Adams
Any more ideas?
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For the October 2020 IAL candidates, I am thinking of posting a song each day from the last week of August onwards. I am one of the candidates, so I can let all of us ace our exams together!
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I have more than 50 of them now. Does anyone want them?
The songs are made up from melodies of various pop hits, including Blink 182, Imagine Dragons and Bryan Adams. For instance, Let's Make A Night To Remember by Bryan Adams became Let's Find Out An Organic Structure, and Just The Way You Are became Just What Metals Are.
do you have any other songs you can share?
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do you have any other songs you can share?
Nuclear energy song, parody of Genie In A Bottle (1999)
Nuclear fission is process which heavy nucleus splits into fragments
With roughly equal mass
The energy released is KE of fragments, neutrons released can continue splitting
More nuclei, chain reaction
When the mass above critical mass
Chain reaction starts, nucleus concentrated
Einstein relativity shows mass form of energy
Mass alone is not conserved, E is mc^2 plus KE
The mass of a nucleus is less than sum of the nucleons
Energy must be released in forming the nucleus
Energy is needed to split nucleus to nucleons
This energy is called as the binding energy
Nuclear fusion is union of 2 light nuclei, forms heavy nucleus
Energy is released
High density for high enough collision rate
High temperature gives KE to overcome
The coulomb repulsion, which is utterly large
In centre of sun, it is truly satisfied
Einstein relativity shows mass form of energy
Mass alone is not conserved, E is mc^2 plus KE
The mass of a nucleus is less than sum of the nucleons
Energy must be released in forming the nucleus
Energy is needed to split nucleus to nucleons
This energy is called as the binding energy
For nuclide with mass defect delta m
Binding energy delta mc squared
Einstein relativity shows mass form of energy
Mass alone is not conserved, E is mc^2 plus KE
The mass of a nucleus is less than sum of the nucleons
Energy must be released in forming the nucleus
Comparing binding energy between two different nuclei,
There is a term we can use, binding energy per nucleus
If EBA is larger, nuclear potential lower
EBA is largest for Fe, Fe is most stable
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These songs are a huge success to me as they helped me reach 297/300 in Chemistry AS and 300/300 in Physics AS.
Do you want me to post ALL OF MY LYRICS for AS?
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This is my latest one. It helps you to remember the entire Amines section in just over 4 minutes.

Amines and their reactions (OneRepublic- Counting Stars) (2013) (4:15)
Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound, which is called amine
Yeah, it is an amine

Water, NH3+ and OH
Cause N atom has lone pair
Forms a dative bond with H
Of H2O molecule

CH3’s stronger base
Cause lone pair more available
Phenyl one is weaker base
Delocalise, less available

React with ethanoyl chloride, it’s amide
Addition-elimination
Paracetamol shows it
For ethanmide
React with acids you get
Ionic salts with the cation

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound, which is called amine

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound
It is, it is an amine
Yeah

React with RX, nucleo(philic) sub(stitution) in
HX, RNHR formed
More, tertiary, then quaten(ary)
Salt for fabric softeners

But the last there’s no HX
As the H is lost from N
Add to blue Cu solution
Blue solid 4, 2, 2, 1 (4 ligands with 2 H and two with 1 H bonded to O)



Add more (amine), deep blue solution
Two water OH each
Just add 4 moles to deep blue solution
What is left is just 4 H2O

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound, which is called amine

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound
It is, it is an amine

Ice cold nitrite, HCl
Gets unstable nitrous acid to react
Add phenyl one to mixture
Benzenediazonium will form
If the temperature too high
Out of ice water, you will get phenol
Azonium with phenoxide
Cold OH then H+ gets azo dye
It’s 4-hydroxyphenylazobenzene

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound, which is called amine

Add tin, acid, reduce a nitrile
Excess NH3, acid, sealed under pressure
Or tin added to nitrobenzene
You will get a compound
It is, it is an amine

That azo dye forms from coupling
Stable, yellow by delocalisation
Through the N=N double bond
Structure is conjugated system
It will absorb light too
Methyl orange is also like this
What we know about amines is here
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