Galvanic Cells (Voltaic Cells)

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Published on August 14, 2015 by

All about Galvanic Cells, which are also called Voltaic Cells. These are devices that use a chemical reaction to create electricity. Moving electrons create electricity, and electrons flow from the anode, the site of oxidation, to the cathode, the site of reduction. The galvanic or voltaic cell also includes a salt bridge, which helps to balance charge, and lets ions move between the two half cells. In this video, we'll talk about oxidation, reduction, cathodes, and anodes. We'll write redox half reactions for the two half cells, which show the gain and loss of electrons.

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641 Comments

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    Hi! Thank you so much! but one question: why Cu+2 has a stronger pull for electrons? 🙂

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  • aditya chauhan 3 years ago

    I just wanted to as that what will happen if we –
    1. Connect a AAA battery’s positive terminal to Zn cathode and negative terminal to Cu electrode
    2. . Connect a AAA battery’s negative terminal to Zn cathode and positive terminal to Cu cathode

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  • Aksana D. 3 years ago

    loved the video!! could’ve talked a bit more about why Cu had a stronger pull for electrons & how table J in the reference table is connected to this whole thing since that was my main question while watching this vid!

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    Thank this video for answering how zinc lost its e

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  • Manny Pascual 3 years ago

    Good day sir. What happens if we mix the two solutions in a single container? Thus, no need for the salt bridge. Will it still works as a voltaic cell? what are the emf voltages ? thanks sir

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  • WitheredForce4 3 years ago

    At school, I learned that the Cu would turn into (I dont know the word in english, but its like sediment) and sink to the bottom of the beaker. Can someone confirm which one is correct pls ?

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  • Priyanshu Priyesh 3 years ago

    Having a doubt here Mr Tyler ….it’n there oxidation and reduction both going in the cu solution ?? As told by my teacher both occurs at the same Time with both the solution

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  • Paul Goodier 3 years ago

    I just came across this video…..thank you for at last I understand 90% of how a battery works….2 points please…1) dont the electrons from the zinc push other electrons in the wire rather than flow though? and 2) is there a short explanation why its called reduction and not addition? reduction to me complicates as the copper adds atoms to its mass

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    Wire used for conductance of electricity, which type(metal)?

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  • Paul Tang 3 years ago

    For those of you here to understand what the salt bridge does, go to 19:34

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    got it after 6 minutes here.

    • JOSEPH CHENNATTU 2 years ago

      @Michael true me too i learned this wayy long ago in school grade 8

    • thebirdy 123 2 years ago

      The video is 23 minutes Eric

    • Eric M Earle 2 years ago

      @thebirdy 123 Thank You Captain Obvious. I know…. and I understood it after 6 minutes. Is it possible to understanding something before the video is done? 🙂

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  • rDomm 3 years ago

    Why would Cu^2+ have a stronger pull for electrons when according to the electronegativity trend on the periodic table Zinc is more electronegative than Copper?

  • SANJITA GHOSH 3 years ago

    What is the mechanism of electron moving through the wire? Why tug of war between Zinc anode and Cu cathode happens when wire is connected?

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    Yes, explained 100% better then a University.

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  • TIMOTHY HILL 3 years ago

    Forgot the L in voltaic at 14:38.

  • Nick Kruger 3 years ago

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  • Adrian Tee 3 years ago

    An excellent video, as always.
    There’s something I don’t get though, and it may sound stupid, but does the redox reaction happen only when the electrodes are connected? Or are the zinc atoms already becoming ions and vice versa for the copper ions before they are connected?
    I can’t wrap my head around this. Help!

  • Shirisha Bagadi 3 years ago

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  • christone katema 3 years ago

    The pipo giving this video a thumb down(dislike) must be crazy.
    Galvanic cell has been made simple.
    Thank you

  • muxmal 2 3 years ago

    Spurb

  • ted narayana 3 years ago

    Why is zn dipped in znso4 and cu dipped in cuso4?

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  • SRIDHANYA KOMARAVOLU 3 years ago

    so basically, copper is a highschool bully stealing lunch from weaklings like Zn

    • Azaan Khan 2 years ago

      it’s similar to displacement, but that’s more of a mister-steal-your-girl kinda of a thing

    • kipper 2 years ago

      @Azaan Khan you ppl are wasting your time. Learn more about orbitals so that you can explain it in the exam and understand other similar problems. , bs about stealing boyfriends or lunch will get you nowhere.

    • Azaan Khan 2 years ago

      @kipper you misunderstand. we say stealing lunch or boyfriends, not as a way of explaining something, but it helps with understanding how the thing works, when trying to understand it and keep it in memory. Analogies too, sometimes, are explanations in themselves.

    • Hazel Siaw 2 years ago

      Yes

    • elizabeth 2 years ago

      Yea I’m team Zinc

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  • Moneeshwar Soddala 3 years ago

    sir,your passion towards teaching,your intention in conveying the entire idea of the galvonic cell is so amazing sir. really we want much from you sir.

  • The Future 3 years ago

    I guess my teachers did not know what did they teach

  • Parthasarathi Kodagandla 3 years ago

    Sir can we use kcl in place of Nacl in salt bridge

  • Nader Chavoshi 3 years ago

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  • Pablo Escobar 3 years ago

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  • syannn kydzak 3 years ago

    what happen if the solution is just NaCl and the electrode are Zn and C? what is the reaction that happen in this case? in cathode and anode. please help me to solve this. actually i still confuse with reaction that appear in galvanic cell and electrolysis, is it same or not. i mean the reaction that happen in cathode and anode between galvanic cell and electrolysis. i read that in electrolysis we must to see what electrode we used for anode reaction (inert or not), are galvanic reaction use the same rules too?. thankyou

  • Jaya Krishna 3 years ago

    Very good representation, it is easy way to understand the lesson. Thank you

  • Jaya Krishna 3 years ago

    In the same way, do you have electrolytic cell

  • pavan negi 3 years ago

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  • daniel letterman 3 years ago

    Remember Ca+hode is the positive side. It attracts and gains electrons because electrons are tiny, little things that move easily. Because it gains electrons it’s + is reduced.
    Say that before a test…its that easy.

  • Robert Stefanic 3 years ago

    Phenomenal explanation. Thank you.

  • Edison Michael 3 years ago

    Hats off bro.Thanks a lot

  • Chanda Kumari 3 years ago

    so good sir thank u so much

  • Ben Grizzly Adams 3 years ago

    Right Luigi Galvani invented it hence the name, you wanted to call it voltaic, hence all that fuss.
    It’s a Glavanic Cell, volts are enough, don’t be a cheat!

  • Sucharithan Nagarajan 3 years ago

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  • Nikelesh 3 years ago

    Anyone in 2019

  • Learn-with Vicky 3 years ago

    And finally I understand the use of a salt bridge
    Thanks man

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    What happens aftwr there are all Zncl and NaSo4 molecules??

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  • Abdul Wadood 2 years ago

    Question
    What makes Zn element in the first place to loose electron

    • TengZheng 2 years ago

      Electrochemical series

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  • Aune Muhammad Arain 2 years ago

    Hi!! This video helped me so much but i wanted to ask onething my teacher told me that in salt bridge instead of NaCl it is KCl?? is that right??

    • Maryam Hassan 2 years ago

      it can be any “salt” or ionic compound, in which case KCl is, so yeah it works. NaCl is not the only salt bridge out there

  • Shwetha Sampathkumar 2 years ago

    Awesome…it brings to me the next question, why do zinc has weaker pull for electrons than copper?

  • Jayant Yadav 2 years ago

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  • Jayant Yadav 2 years ago

    Love from india sir 👍

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  • Firass Joker 2 years ago

    How does zinc become oxidized when it’s not in direct contact with copper ions in a galvanic cell?

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    Thank you, that was extremely clear and easy to comprehend.

    The repetition helped me to keep the concept in memory long enough to understand it.

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    we going through oxidation giving electrons (likes) to him .In other words we are more electropositive than him

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    Great!

  • Jacob Alliston 2 years ago

    How do you know how many electrons are be transfered per atom of Zinc is it always 2?

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    i loved the killer visualisation

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    Thanks so much .

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  • Bushra 2 years ago

    Why can’t Zn2+ in the left side bond wuth SO42- ?

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  • Autism Farmer 2 years ago

    Science is too confusing for me … reduction = an increase in mass (ouch) …. salt bridge causes an eventual and complete separation of sodium and chloride so that the cell can no longer function. (ouch) …… now if a voltaic cell were alive, then the excess sodium would simply be sweated out of the skin and the excess chloride would be excreted in the urine …. and the salt would be ingested continuously to feed this process endlessly …. so why don’t batteries urinate, sweat and be fed? oops, I also forgot the copper solution CU(aq) would eventually be depleted as well (yikes) … I wonder how to feed the copper solution? – Tyler, What new battery technology would you recommend that we research?

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    superb man you nailed it. I slept through the whole chemistry lecture in my college, can’t even get through half of the lecture there.

  • Muktar al-amine 2 years ago

    hi young man .. i really like the way you explain reactions, it is absolutely remarkable.

  • Mayankraj Prajapat 2 years ago

    First time I have came across to such nice explanation. Like cell itself telling its story.thanks sir.

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    youre the reason im passing my chem prac tomorrow <3

  • Sweet Angel 2 years ago

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  • Jonathan Daniel-Hegg 2 years ago

    what would happen if the salt bridge wasn’t there? would i just stop working or would it go boom due to the build up ?

  • Zdravko Georgiev 2 years ago

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  • Dmitry Stepanov 2 years ago

    If all copper ions are neutralised (and Na+ is balanced by SO4-2), does electron flow stops? Since no potential difference.

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  • Zafrin Zaman Mithila 2 years ago

    Can we use other solutions as well for this?

    • Bushra Zia 2 years ago

      we can use kcl instead of nacl in the salt bridge

    • Zafrin Zaman Mithila 2 years ago

      @Bushra Zia I did not mean the salt bridge. I meant about the electrolyte solution.

    • Bushra Zia 2 years ago

      @Zafrin Zaman Mithila sorry i dont know about that part im just a 14 year old kid

  • varshit Bansal 2 years ago

    But bro what’s making the zinc to undergo oxidation,just becoz cu is more reactive than zinc,but copper and zinc are so far away from each other that’s it not like cu zinc displacement reaction

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  • Yash Dubey 2 years ago

    Why we need zinc sulphate solution with it zn2+ can’t generate?

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  • Skeptical Open-mind 2 years ago

    Little correction:

    Electrons “drift” while charge “move”

    Awesome video anyway as always!

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  • Razan Zantout 2 years ago

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    What happens to the sulphate ions?

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  • Jandry Ramos 2 years ago

    is the anode positive or negative?

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  • Alex Leburel 2 years ago

    Interesting … So this means that in theory when we use anodes on a boat over the years the hull would gain mass..

  • Edwin Aldrin 2 years ago

    Thankyou Tyler, very cool

  • Farhan S 2 years ago

    Explained beautifully. Thanks.
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  • My Journey to The End of Universe 2 years ago

    Plz make video on voltammetry

  • Ece Küpçü 2 years ago

    Could you explain why exactly Zn has a weaker ‘pull of electrons’ than Cu^2+ ?

    • Abhishek Palakkal Kaliyath 2 years ago

      Not a reply to your question but prompts me to ask another question to author – Why does Cu^2+ not take electrons from Cu (solid) because I understand Cu is a good conductor of electricity as it has free moving electrons – Why go all the way round to Zn for electrons when you have it in your own backyard?

  • Ramiro Cubria 2 years ago

    This was the clearest explanation of the subject I’ve ever seen. FAR better than my teachers.

  • Daniell grace 2 years ago

    how do you make a Zn-Cu cell using CuSo4 ??????

  • masila malar 2 years ago

    you are a good teacher

  • Aspekt N. 2 years ago

    Seen once. Shall be seen again. Great vid.

  • Omolemo Ratsoana 2 years ago

    You are amazing thank you

  • Jephrey Kamutuua 2 years ago

    OMG I don’t know what to say. It’s too good

  • Jephrey Kamutuua 2 years ago

    👍

  • Renae C 2 years ago

    how do we know that copper has a stronger pull than zinc? Like without that I don’t know how to identify the anode or cathode

    • Mary Kate Murschell 2 years ago

      Renae C you can use the Standard Reduction Potentials table – it would be whichever has a higher value

  • Kelly J 2 years ago

    You are literally a savior!

  • ukulelelani4 2 years ago

    Soooooo helpful!!! Thank you so much !

  • Fahim Shahriar 2 years ago

    One of the best

  • Seema Ranjan 2 years ago

    Excellent

  • Olivia Wallace 2 years ago

    This helped so much!!

  • Orch Mind 2 years ago

    Shouldn’t the reaction of zinc is -2e- because it looses electron instead of gaining it?

  • Sushil Malla 2 years ago

    good job . Really enjoyed

  • Latina in the City 2 years ago

    This is such an excellent explanation…Amaaayzing

  • Mrbeastmood :officials 2 years ago

    You are unbelievable in teaching please don’t stop

  • Simon Randall 2 years ago

    YOU are excellent. FINALLY someone who describes the process without using the jargon that explains nothing. Start to finish I get it. Please make more videos.

  • Dana Erphon 2 years ago

    I love your enthusiasm during explaining.

  • Zouraiz Khan 2 years ago

    what happens if u pass a current containing only copper ions (Not electrolysis)

  • Lokesh Loki 2 years ago

    what about chemical kinetics??

  • sibel karagözlü 2 years ago

    süper anlatım için teşekkürler

  • Simon Randall 2 years ago

    SO if the Cu2 is neutralized by the SO4 in the beginning, how does the CU2 attract the Zn electrons?

  • Ivan Sandoval 2 years ago

    Had the chance to watch some of his videos. How lucky we are

  • Juan Labuschagne 2 years ago

    The turtles are everywhere man haunting us all

  • Fresh Off the Milk 2 years ago

    How are you able to distinguish which element has a stronger pull for electrons

    • Mary Kate Murschell 2 years ago

      Fresh Off the Milk you can use the Standard Reduction Potentials table – it would be whichever has a higher value

    • Fresh Off the Milk 2 years ago

      Mary Kate Murschell thanks alot! So the higher value is the cathode, correct?

    • Mary Kate Murschell 2 years ago

      Fresh Off the Milk yup!

  • Nikan Rst 2 years ago

    Amazing demonstration. One question: At the start of the reaction, does the Cu2+ really sense the Zinc sitting there at the other end? Is that what triggers the process? Or is it because Z next to the solution of ZincSolphate prefers to lose its electron regardless of the presence of Cu++ at the other end? If the latter is true? Why is this?

    • Saumyojit Das 2 years ago

      as far i have understood zinc loses its electron due to pull of more electronegative element cu….so it is automatically potential difference is created right ??

  • Bhanu Partap 2 years ago

    Best teacher 🤠🤠🤠🤠

  • Miracle Gaming 2 years ago

    Super thank you i owe you

  • Miracle Gaming 2 years ago

    Please comeback with more videos please help ud

  • Nivi nivatha 2 years ago

    Thanks for making me understand this topic with lot of ease .

  • Umʌʀ Rʌʜmʌŋ 2 years ago

    Woow amazing sir,
    In fact your legend sir,
    Thank you so much and please continue to upload such lectures
    Once again thank you_

  • Moon Lilies 2 years ago

    I’d like to thank you so much for your videos. They’re simply amazing not only because of your straight to the point explanations but also for the whole diagram thing you make that turns them so great and pleasing to watch. They’re genial. 🙂

  • giannis maris 2 years ago

    gamas

  • Simon Dhar 2 years ago

    Thank you for your videos. It has been very helpful. It has been my favourite videos.

  • tedomir 2 years ago

    Is the Cu actually soaking up the solution? Like if it stays there long enough, would the CuSo4 solution dissapear?

  • Higor Guedes 2 years ago

    5:40 Zinc is a pussy

  • SeeM 2 years ago

    amazing, i understood it very well
    very very fantastic explanation

  • Asmaa Muhamed 2 years ago

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  • Shabana Siddiqui 2 years ago

    I haven’t seen such an amazing mode of describing anything ✌✌✌✌✌

  • Hyeekal 2 years ago

    Carbon compound soon please 🥺

  • Aundrea Joy Levanza 2 years ago

    I LOVE THE VISUALS

  • Nima Ghaderi 2 years ago

    Extremely helpful.
    Thanks a lot!

  • TheChosenOne 2 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant….brilliant. Dr. DeWitt…thank you for this.

  • A 2 years ago

    This is amazing. Thanks!

  • Ahmed Almessabi 2 years ago

    This teacher who let me pass the high school by watching only his videos.i hope he also can teach teachers to be like him not teaching only to students.thank you.

  • Merin Mary Josy 2 years ago

    great job! evidently you r highly passionate about your work…….

  • Pratham Savjani 2 years ago

    Mind blowing explanation

  • dss2mtm 2 years ago

    Give it up for Tyler. Great stuff 👏

  • Saugat Nepal 2 years ago

    Tyler DeWitt must do Try not to learn challenge.

  • Aedon Janes 2 years ago

    Bro thank you so much! You are the best. One thing though is when discussing Voltaic cells be careful of the electron flow. You put the arrows for electrons from Zinc to Copper without first discussing the anode and cathode. This could be misleading, as it is key to discover which is your anode and which is your cathode before writing the arrows.

  • Arshdeep Sahi 2 years ago

    God literally bless, i have a final tomorrow and u saved my ass

  • Digbijoy Yadav 2 years ago

    You taught so beautifully!!But I have one question we know that current moves from anode(+) to cathode(-) and we also know current is considered to be opp. in dir. to flow of electrons,So how does this make any sense????

  • Bouchra Al fliti 2 years ago

    Its really amazing, you are surly the best chemistry teacher, I understand and like chemistry very much when I watch your videos.
    👍

  • SHAWN WORKS 2 years ago

    MIT product though

  • Dupinder Dupinder kaur 2 years ago

    Really good,now I understand the concept

  • sahana quliyeva 2 years ago

    Perfect explanation thx❤️

  • Jill Dekeyser 2 years ago

    and what if all the ions of the salt bridge are gone…? does it end there?
    great video!

  • ashley skye 2 years ago

    Thank you! You helped me just pass my chemistry homework

  • Ashish 2 years ago

    Why we not met at school days…😭😭😭

  • Matteo Do 2 years ago

    SANA DITO NALANG AKO NAG BBAYAD NG TUITION FEE KO PUTAGNINA KESA SA SCHOOL CASHIER NAMEN PUTANGINA. I MEAN OO NAG TUTURO PROF NAMEN PERO PUTAGNINA WALA KONG MAINTINDIHAN TAPOS AALIS NALANG SIYA BIGLA LIKE WTF SAYANG UITION NAKAKA PUTAGNINA TALAGA.

  • Henrik Bang-Olsen 2 years ago

    why do you need ZnSO4 solution on the left side when Zn+ si made by the oxidation ??????

  • Zalfifer Gaming 2 years ago

    ¨Thank you so much

  • Paolo Rodriguez 2 years ago

    Again, thank you for this great tutorial Mr Tyler, greetings from the Philippines

  • Light *4* Love 2 years ago

    9:15 – 14:00ish 🤯 THATS why we hafta tape out batteries before throwing em into the E Waste!!!!!!
    aaaahhhhhhh
    (that was literally the best, and most preschool leveled ElectroChemistry ‘ZOOMED-IN’ View I ever could’ve asked for at 11:30 the night before before my Final!) 👍
    😏&then some

  • Rare Panda 2 years ago

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  • Erik Lutz 2 years ago

    I would have liked if he would have explained why it was that one was stronger than the other but other than that I understand this completely now.

  • Leon188 2 years ago

    Damn, your a great teacher!
    Trying to figure out galvanic corrosion without any chemistry background…. I think i understand it much better now….

  • sarah khan 2 years ago

    THANK YOU.

  • Luis Felipe Massena 2 years ago

    I really wish you the better that life can provide!

  • Mercedes Renz 2 years ago

    God bless you Tyler!

  • Emily Matthews 2 years ago

    this was the most helpful video!!!!

  • Nada Maher 2 years ago

    Thanks for this amazing

  • Shreyasi Mandal 2 years ago

    Thank u so much….u explained it beautifully….u r sweeter than a rosgulla..

  • Khojiakbarkhon Isakov 2 years ago

    Thank you

  • Theerapong Santhaveesuk 2 years ago

    Where are those Na+ and Cl- from? You didn’t mention to them in the beginning. Could you please give me more detail?

  • Deep Khanderia 2 years ago

    Why znso4 is needed?

  • Sila Salivatore 2 years ago

    I wish my teacher could stop going so fast as if she’s in fast n furious and explain at a normal abit slow way as you do.

  • Sahid Ahmed 2 years ago

    Thank you for your help me from Al Habib ahmed Manipur india🇮🇳, sir

  • Ans Sadiq 2 years ago

    simply phenomenal

  • Mariam Ramy 2 years ago

    wow he actually makes me wanna learn chemistry

  • Jeem Chy 2 years ago

    You are an excellent teacher….. What I couldnt understand for so long… I finally understood it😊😊

  • Gwihak Lee 2 years ago

    Hello ,
    I m subscriber from Republic of Korea.
    Thanks for your explains!!
    It helps me learn electrochemistry 😉
    Especially, those figures are so good…lol

  • Vaughan Maybury 2 years ago

    An enlightened person once said “it takes someone who understands a concept very well to stop someone in the street and explain the concept so well that it is easy to understand.” Congratulations Tyler DeWitt your video achieved that, explaining this concept fully in a way that is easy to understand.

  • rahul kumar 2 years ago

    Amazing sir
    …… Plz… Make a video on… Nernst and kohlraush law….. 😥 😥 plz…. Plz…. Plz… Sir i m… Requesting you…..

  • Mau365PP 2 years ago

    Great teacher !!

  • Imdadul Kazi 2 years ago

    I have understood that after aged so.. Crying..

  • Black Wolf 2 years ago

    I don’t understand why Mr Dewitt stopped making more such great basics clearing videos. He is the best on the utube.

  • Jammie Rose Anaviso 2 years ago

    Wow! You are very creative sir, u make the lesson look very simple and easy! And the effort you exert in preparing your illustration is just so great!Thank you very much for sharing your expertise! You are one of the best. 😊😊😊

  • dilshan madhuhansana 2 years ago

    nice explanation, thank you..

  • Sergi Barba 2 years ago

    Awesome video dude. Professors should teach it as simple as this. After years in college, finally I learned it LOL. Thanks for the willingness to teach and keep going bro!!!

  • Vimanga Subasinhe 2 years ago

    Great job sir. Your explanation is really interesting. Thank you sir.

  • Deepak Poudel 2 years ago

    Best way to understand

  • Marian Owiredu 2 years ago

    What is it about the element copper that makes it more attracted to electrons than zinc?

  • Mula Rohit 2 years ago

    Super sir your teaching skills are amazing

  • Mehmood kakar 2 years ago

    Sir to c great.
    Plzzz sir upload all the videos of chemistry

  • Blaze YT 2 years ago

    🔥🔥🔥

  • Adam Adam 2 years ago

    Great explanation really.
    Many thanks.

  • Simone Conde 2 years ago

    The way you make your visual examples is AMAZING, it’s truly so effective and has helped me so so much. I’m a really visual learning and thrive off your videos

  • Nguyễn Bảo Minh 2 years ago

    have to say that you really saved my life

  • Tom Morara 2 years ago

    my new library

  • fabrizio amadore 2 years ago

    Why do we be need ZnSO4 in the solution in first place? Helpp

  • Mishbah Uddin 2 years ago

    What a beauty u are, sir! Carry on 👍

  • Munni Sharma 2 years ago

    It’s so natural for this guy to explain chemistry..its seems like he is teaching it since the time he was born!!
    Thankyou and Love from india sir ❤

  • COOL EDUCATION 2 years ago

    It’s amazing, love from India 🙏

  • Immanuel Craig 2 years ago

    Best teacher in the world.I fully understandit.Thank u so much

  • Ben Kiist 2 years ago

    woo i made it into this video 15 seconds (no joke) before an ad played. I also got one before the video… YouTube is abusing advertisements to make money… so is the creator

  • Sadaqat Ali Khan 2 years ago

    wow fantastic superb…..

  • Shayan Ansari 2 years ago

    Great effort man, now I understand this topic and enjoyed 😍 thankyou man for your effort

  • Chirath Maddumage 2 years ago

    Explanations are soooo clear and easy to understand 👏👏👏

  • gretaa avdylaj 2 years ago

    Thank you

  • Anuj Kumar Maurya 2 years ago

    great video u done great hardwork in making this video

  • Sowmya Reddy 2 years ago

    Best teacher and he is so clear

  • Muneeb Qazi 2 years ago

    You missed recharging of Galvanic Cell, otherwise great video! Keep it up!

  • Naveen Kumar 2 years ago

    exceptionally well👍👍

  • شيمي M. 2 years ago

    Thanks 🙏 you are the best teacher in the world 💕💕💕😭

  • Zaina Baitamoni 2 years ago

    life.saver.

  • Maqsood Alam 2 years ago

    Hi, In cathode cell CuSO4 solution is in neutral state, then how you have got Cu 2+ ions in neutral state solution? Please clarify.

  • khadija 2 years ago

    what would happen if we used sodium chloride solution for both electrodes 🙂

  • Mulukutla Raghuram 2 years ago

    Sir your explanation is extraordinary

  • Ruya Satpathy 2 years ago

    I am a great fan of yours, sir. You indeed cleared all my doubts. I love the part when you take electrons from the back of atoms and give them a positive charge.😀😂

  • Donald Donald 2 years ago

    thank you Mr.DeWitt

  • Rachel Shue 2 years ago

    straight up going to marry this man

  • Dar Moore 2 years ago

    That was so helpful! You are a natural teacher. By the way, RED CAT means reduction is happening in the cathode. Just another handy mnemonic.

  • zahraa nazzal 2 years ago

    hello I have some questions can you help me if you can?

  • Azaan Khan 2 years ago

    just asking, why does Zinc have a weaker pull than Copper?

  • KillerTacos 2 years ago

    I love how genuinely happy you look

  • Dominik yehaw 2 years ago

    I have a test tmrw thank u so much!!!

  • rachid boyka 2 years ago

    Omg you are amazing 🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Ziad ishere 2 years ago

    Just a simple calm smily man with simple tools ,make chemistry so peacful, anyone can replace Yoga meditation with one if his lessons

  • Anishka Kumar 2 years ago

    I like to be ur daughter

  • Mohammad amin Abdi 2 years ago

    One of the best educational video I’ve ever seen.you’re great!!

  • Rama Rama 2 years ago

    You’re the best chemistry teacher who can really help us understand what is happening in the chemistry world

  • Hasan Najim 2 years ago

    Isnt this the Daniell Cell which was discovered on 1836 ?

  • Adeel Abbasi 2 years ago

    You are amazing man

  • Vishank 2 years ago

    Why dont the electrons go through the solution when we have a salt bridge, sir? Really enjoyed the explanation!

    • Muhammad Shafiq 2 years ago

      Dear only the ion go to solution to balance the respective .the radical whose has negatively charge having more e than its neutral atom then it does loss it in salt brigde due to high electronegativity and other reason octet of it

  • teenagers creation 2 years ago

    Good vedio but I have a doubt galvani cell is a continuous cell but if zn metal get reduced at some point the cell will stop working then how can it work continuously? Please answer

  • Sai Pulimamidi 2 years ago

    Good explanation sir thank you very much sir 🙏🙏♥️❤️🙂🙂🙂

  • jiggaboo 209 2 years ago

    What is the average amperage of a simple cell. Putting the zinc directly into cuso4 gives me the most amperage. Do I need to concentrate my cuso4? I only I get about 200 ma with couple inches of copper and zinc.

  • ajtemp2000 2 years ago

    All I hear is chemical reaction, chemical reaction, none of these are elements. If you can get “electrons” from a lemon what of the zinc and copper in a “sulfate solution”.

    Chemistry is all Chemicalsrty.
    Hardly any of these so-called elements” are naturally occurring, and are instead a manufacture product. go and see how Sodium is “made”.

  • Akshat Nerella 2 years ago

    I still wonder how much time it takes him to make all the charts and pictures!

  • Sreehari Jana 2 years ago

    Sir ur teaching is like practically learning…and giving proper imagination…superb skills

  • song Hussain 2 years ago

    Love it….thanks a lot for the explanantion….i seriously think i should pay more concentration on your lectures than the ones taught in school….thanks alot..really enjoy youf videos

  • Shubham Pandey 2 years ago

    Hey! Zinc give me some electrons

  • Steve A 2 years ago

    Hello from UK. Wow what a great explanation ,this is the best presentation I have seen any where! . Well done , you have just got another subscriber.

  • Harishiva Jangiti 2 years ago

    U explained very well….👏👏
    I am impressed with ur explanation

  • Purushothaman VP 2 years ago

    Nice idea of using that paper pieces. Very effectively makes us understand

  • Samir Sakir 2 years ago

    Just Awesome 💘

  • Rumaisa Rehman 2 years ago

    Why we couldn’t fine new videos on your channel DeWitt?

  • anwar900 2 years ago

    Thank you very much to make life easier

  • Data AR 2 years ago

    You are the men!

  • sarid pubg 2 years ago

    best chemistry teacher in a worid great respect from pakistan

  • Serena Ives 2 years ago

    Thank you!

  • August Mijic 2 years ago

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  • Jazzy Rox 2 years ago

    OH MY GOSH… I get it!

  • Abi 2 years ago

    This is the final boss when you tracked the good teacher and asked em who’s the best teacher over and over

  • Adiam Kifle 2 years ago

    I just love the way you teach chemistry and thats it.

  • Vinay Jain 2 years ago

    Thanks, loads of love and gratitude ❤️❤️.

  • Bassant Ahmed 2 years ago

    Thank you for this beautiful lesson
    lwish that all teacher be as you😍

  • win or lose 2 years ago

    You are one of the great teachers … God bless u

  • Ok Ok 2 years ago

    I have nothing to say but, thanks. Thank you so much for everything!!!!!!! 😀😀😀😀

  • aditya arya 2 years ago

    I wish our teacher teach in same way as you
    & we studied sincerely, like studying here !! ☺

  • Omar Akram 2 years ago

    بتوع ستيم لايك stemers

    • NORAN 2 years ago

      ايه

  • Ocean Cullen 2 years ago

    So you are trying to say is that potential difference to move electrons of zinc through the wire is provided by copper

  • Alara 2 years ago

    Hi there, thank you very much for all your videos. You have been extremely helpful. I wish you were my teacher!!!!

  • Nivetha Kandasamy 2 years ago

    Thank u so much sir..I got clear as crystal in this concept.thank u..started watching ur vedio..missed these many days

  • Eric Peterson 2 years ago

    Fantastic Demonstration of voltaic cells!!!Thanks so much.

  • Mai Ahmed 2 years ago

    This is just amazing thank you soooo much

  • Shatrughan Sharma 2 years ago

    Its amazing + unicorn .

  • AJIE SIRA SOWE 2 years ago

    you are the best I swear. Thanks a lot Tyler

  • Kevin Nguyen 2 years ago

    Love the visuals! Currently studying for my MCAT thank you!!

  • Jim Ratu 2 years ago

    Amazing!!!

  • Muhammad Shafiq 2 years ago

    Respected sir You have finished my thirst about this topic

  • asmin 2 years ago

    Maybe we should stay on quarantine…why was this so much better.

  • Soha Farooki 2 years ago

    i read a 100 page book about electrochemistry but this one video made me learn more than that

  • True Blue16 2 years ago

    Perfect explanation. Thank you so much! Your videos never fail to give me a better explanation of a seemingly confusing concept in a text book. Keep up the incredible work!

  • Tefo Sello 2 years ago

    I really enjoyed watching your lecture videos, this is marvellous Sir… keep it up!!!

  • sandhya prabhu 2 years ago

    hey Tyler😘😘😘😘 whole video i was only watching u n now i think u r my crush🤩🤩. Jokes apart, 👍👍 for ur video. u have presented very well.

  • AstroAaadhav 2 years ago

    Tyler, thanks a lot. I have not understood this topic for a long and finally, finally, I got it. You are such a great teacher who is passionate about teaching and you explain really well. Thanks a lot and hope you will continue to make great educational videos…

  • Sanju Pandey 2 years ago

    Thanks bro for making me understand this concept. Love from INDIA

  • Shakthi 2 years ago

    Love and support of graduated Mechanical Engineer from India….

  • maryam mohamed 2 years ago

    AMAZING video 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  • pixiecs 2 years ago

    what software, hardware or apps do you use to film your videos? covid-19 lockdown attempting virtual teaching

  • Nico tean 2 years ago

    Who the hell is disliking this????

    • Seldon Angmo 2 years ago

      My highschool chemistry teachers

  • Michael Abah 2 years ago

    There’s no way I can’t understand what you teach, it’s great how you teach from scratch, teaching from the amateur’s point of view;
    🤙Rock on.

  • Lizzie Giorgberidze 2 years ago

    There was only one thing in this video that I absolutely could not understand: how can one man be so beautiful and intelligent and excellent at teaching chemistry! Mr. Tyler DeWitt you really outdid yourself! Sending Admiration from Texas!

    • Palak Singh 2 years ago

      Definitely.. I’mma also confused 🧐🥰

  • Fi Marbles 2 years ago

    I was in the middle of understanding and not understanding this concept. This video helps me out soooo much! Thanks a lot!

  • Leila Radcliffe 2 years ago

    this really helped me pass my year 9 science test:)

  • Himanshu Shrivastav 2 years ago

    Thanks

  • Sangeeta Singh 2 years ago

    His expressions are so cute !!!! I enjoyed it a lot

  • Mrbeastmood :officials 2 years ago

    You are a magician in teaching

  • Azaezal belthood 2 years ago

    God himself teaching electrochemistry.thank you so much

  • Mignificento 2 years ago

    This was amazing. Reading a book with diagrams aren’t nearly as helpful as you basically animating those same diagrams. Thanks! Chemistry is even more difficult with classes being online right now.

  • Malik moon 2 years ago

    i salute u

  • dana almass 2 years ago

    thankyou so much sir this helped so much your teaching way is just incredible

  • Beatriz Benitez 2 years ago

    Used this in high school and now again in university to refresh. You keep saving me! Thank you!

  • Leonid Kanevskiy 2 years ago

    Fantastic! Thank you.

  • Joudy 2 years ago

    watched this in grade 9 when i was taking electrochemistry and it greatly helped me. currently watching this again in grade 11 and tyler never fails to explain chemistry beautifully !

  • Ali Marwat 2 years ago

    He is the world best chemistry teacher

  • NORAN 2 years ago

    from egypt and i study this in highscool

  • NORAN 2 years ago

    great job

  • Clinton Mabuzani 2 years ago

    I’ve learned so much Sir

  • Tahira Iqbal Iqbal 2 years ago

    U haven’t told that why anode is considered neg in galvanic cell? Plz someone answer

    • Seldon Angmo 2 years ago

      Because of oxidation in left half cell

    • Tahira Iqbal Iqbal 2 years ago

      @Seldon Angmo thank you

  • Allen Shaw 2 years ago

    I like that he smiles

  • qais ghazal 2 years ago

    What a genius!

  • rahul kumar 2 years ago

    Great effort 👍 great teaching 👏👏👏
    I could figure your hard out behind this video..🤔
    You made it extremely easy to understand 😃😃😃😃😃😃
    Thanks a lot 🙏🙏

  • Nada Fawaz 2 years ago

    wow, your very very good teacher. at first, I thought that it’s very hard but after watching this video I have understood that. I wanna tell you that all my school depend on you in chemistry because I’m in school that depends on self study and you help us so much during our study

  • TESLA-TECH TEAM 2 years ago

    Awesome dude it’s really help full thank u .14/04/20@1.22AM

  • AYAN POUDEL 2 years ago

    9. At the end of the experiment, the zinc electrode was coated in a black substance – most likely zinc oxide. Explain how this would affect the measurement of Avogadro’s number (specifically explain whether this would lead to an overestimate or an underestimate of Avogadro’s number, or have no effect, and explain why.)

    10. Zinc oxide is not conductive. If this ZnO layer were thick enough to affect the experiment, what would you expect the effect to be on the observed current throughout the course of the experiment? Was this effect observed in the data?

    11. Give one other source of error for which you could anticipate whether it would cause an overestimate or an underestimate in the calculated value of Avogadro’s number. Explain why it would lead to an over- or underestimate.

  • Mahir Daiyan Safwaan 2 years ago

    You became my favourite teacher just by watching this one video

  • Chandresh Kanyal 2 years ago

    This guy’s a GOD. I mean seriously you’ve made it understandable in the most easiest way it could ever be. Please share your details I want to learn from you.

  • Saumyojit Das 2 years ago

    Electricity is just a word wrongly used…it is current that flows

  • AKASH DAS 2 years ago

    Your explanation is so good that a new born baby can also understand that movemet of that electron

    • Seldon Angmo 2 years ago

      You don’t have to exaggerate

    • AKASH DAS 2 years ago

      @Seldon Angmo he has to be recognised like Walter lewin

  • Talent Track 2 years ago

    wow its such a unique way of teaching. thank you sir

  • Ashley Caudell 2 years ago

    Thank you so much. I am 32 and started college this past fall. I never took chemistry in high school and am majoring in biochemistry. Some things are just hard to understand but you are absolutely wonderful. I have only watched two videos and wished I would have known about you in the fall. Fantastic!!!

  • Kuji Kan 2 years ago

    you are excellent. the rest of teachers are rubbish

  • shahin rafiee 2 years ago

    Please ask this dude to teach all the chemistry teachers around the world!

    • Carmen C. 2 years ago

      Seriously, I would be willing to give my whole tuition to this guy. I truly believe in the methods and language he uses to teach such a difficult subject. I would even go to the extent of saying he has an incredible gift!

    • shahin rafiee 2 years ago

      @Carmen C. He truly is a gift, he does it with love, I can feel it.

  • AlexATG 2 years ago

    5:48 Cu: but…I don’t want electrons…

  • Jaini nagdev 2 years ago

    You have made understand each and everything sir.. Thankyu Soo Much..

  • Sudha Patel 2 years ago

    Your explanation is excellent sir

  • Amina Kashif 2 years ago

    I think the reason I got full grades was because you

  • Maria Loresa Isabel Capablanca 2 years ago

    Thank you so much! Such a passionate teacher. 🤗

  • Lost Under The Car 2 years ago

    I checking on oxygen sensor in car and found out that oxygen sensor uses these battery cells to operate and i was curious how these batteries and found this video and now i understand things from A to Z. Thanks to this teacher.

  • Nikhil Nigam 2 years ago

    super awesome work dear Tyler…. Thumbs up

  • Dave Lovell 2 years ago

    No homo but I love this guy I can actually understand him

  • Saiful Physics Center 2 years ago

    wow

  • Jose Paulo 2 years ago

    Great visuals Mr. Tyler DeWitt ! Your videos are really helping me with my studies. Thank you!
    Love from the Philippines.

  • Mya Kushner 2 years ago

    your videos are life saversssss i wouldnt pass chemistry without them

  • sahana - 2 years ago

    u nailed it man …….i love ur teaching

  • Shahriar Abdullah 2 years ago

    Very helpful for me 😀😀

  • khalil ahmad 2 years ago

    Amazing

  • Stephanie Ramos 2 years ago

    Love the visuals!

  • HeyHannah 2 years ago

    Can someone explain one thing:
    So at the end when he’s talking about the salt bridge to balance out charges, what’s the point of the salt bridge? Why can’t electrons just go “backwards” to Zn to balance out the charges?

    • Aliyanah Ramluckan 2 years ago

      I think its because no matter what , copper will always have a “greater pull” for electrons than the zinc. So it will never give electrons back to the zinc

    • HeyHannah 2 years ago

      Aliyanah Ramluckan ooooooh that makes a lot of sense thank you so much for replying!

    • Aliyanah Ramluckan 2 years ago

      @HeyHannah no problem ❤

  • Yasmin Farzan 2 years ago

    omg than you sooooooo mcuh! I understand this so much better. You are an amazing teacher!

  • ne oder 2 years ago

    Is (Fe Ag ) the greatest voltage ?

  • michael faraday 2 years ago

    Extraordinar…. Great… Never before in history teaching about voltaic cells

  • andrey9203 2 years ago

    Heyyah! SO4 is an acid group; how can it exist itself in the solution? As long as I know, it should be connected to metal or hydrogen…

  • Jully Ray 2 years ago

    Thanks Tyler. You are extremely enthusiastic and and I am very to learn chemistry from you.

    • Jully Ray 2 years ago

      I’m very happy and thankful to learn chemistry from you. Great job sir

  • Skeletal Pirate 2 years ago

    Is the salt bridge a solution and why does copper have a stronger pull than zinc?

  • Elaine Yeh 2 years ago

    If he cannot help you understand this, NO ONE can! Thank you!

  • Aneesh Raam 2 years ago

    Superb teaching I have ever seen

  • Max Nguyen 2 years ago

    This is the best Chemistry Channel you can find on Youtube with a Smiling teacher and well-prepared lesson. Who would not want Tyler to be their Chemistry teacher???

  • Dr.Hemmat Elbadawy 2 years ago

    I usually don`t add any comments , just add like to a good videos , but this is a very good one and very simple, thanks

  • Md.Sumsuzzaman Raju 2 years ago

    You are the best teacher i have ever seen.

  • Lily Yuan 2 years ago

    who is here during coronavirus 2020 lockdown, and struggling with online school

    • firzanamr 2 years ago

      True😭😭

    • Razan Darwich 2 years ago

      chilling

    • anthonette collymore 2 years ago

      Amen Me 🙁

    • MASHIAT MAHBUB FAIZA 2 years ago

      How did u know that!!!

    • Rayray 2 years ago

      me

  • Pasos Largos 2 years ago

    I’m a sailor. Boats are prone to galvanic corrosion, especially mine because it has a steel hull. This video was incredibly helpful because I need to understand galvanic corrosion pretty well in order to maintain my boat. Thanks for making such a great video. You’re a good teacher and you explain things really well.

  • TheLovelyLesbian 2 years ago

    He looks like he’s conducting a choir the whole time

    • TheLovelyLesbian 2 years ago

      i love it

  • JJFit89 2 years ago

    From scooby doo and the gang to chemistry teacher 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 thanks you so much . Remind me of Freddy 🙂

  • Chem for all by Shivani srivastava 2 years ago

    Sr pls tell me how to record video for YouTube upload

    • William Emina 2 years ago

      Did Google shutdown?

  • William Emina 2 years ago

    A moment of silence for how much time he spends arranging the materials

  • Cheeri O 2 years ago

    Thank you so much Sir, I’m gonna get an A again because of you! Love the way you teach.

  • Khushi Somerhalder 2 years ago

    😍😍❣️❣️❣️… my chemistry hero

  • zahraa 2 years ago

    اکو طالب سادس عمیق هنا؟

  • Yasmine Alkhatib 2 years ago

    Why did I only find this channel so late in the year 😭😭

  • lutendo mphephu 2 years ago

    @Tyler DeWitt, do you have notes on these?

  • The TNTsheep 2 years ago

    One can tell where you wear your watch 😉

    Great video by the way, every concept was explained with perfection and was extremely easy to understand 😀

  • CedarSound 2 years ago

    Exactly what I was looking for, trying to understand where the electrons live after they have moved from the Anode. Now I understand. Thank you.

  • Zarina Willows 2 years ago

    This hero has not uploaded any Chemistry video since 4 yrs. 😭😭😭
    We need you Tyler……

  • Zarina Willows 2 years ago

    He is smiling because of Chemistry.😍😍 Awnnn…

  • KEVIN BLUMBERG 2 years ago

    Thanks, but please include the salt bridge as essential if you ever redo it.

  • Dani N 2 years ago

    This is the best, thank u

  • Achal Kumar Gaur 2 years ago

    OMG your explanation is outstanding,u clear my all doubts really really mind-blowing thanku so much

  • OldPopeTheGoat 2 years ago

    I died of laughter when Zn said “awe okay”.

  • Purushottam Kumar 2 years ago

    Very nice way of teaching ,every term is made understanable in a natural way as we are getting the lesson in a class room,salute to you sir

  • Maria Annunziata Fazari 2 years ago

    Hello Tyler, I’m an italian high school chemistry teacher. My compliments for your channel. I find that your lessons are explained with clearness and passion, very useful also for my students. I hope that you will continue in this project.

  • AP 2 years ago

    Those who disliked this video, please upload your best video. LOL

  • Mandy Ye 2 years ago

    I am a chemistry teacher and I can learn so much from you! thanks soooo much!

  • Priyanshi Saxena 2 years ago

    Your smile makes it verrry easy🎀

  • Chow Chow 2 years ago

    Hey U r explaining in a manner every one can understand very easily….
    Great job carry on with more stuff.

  • cucumber 2 years ago

    Блин, как же хорошо объясняет. На русском ютубе такого контента не найти.
    For english: syka blyat.

  • Alethea Plass 2 years ago

    this guy looks so happy and excited to be talking about chemistry

  • Omnia Elbatrawy 2 years ago

    perfect explanation ever

  • Kelvaro 2 years ago

    in short, corrosion creates electricity

  • Chema 2 years ago

    This is how all classes should be. Greetings from Perú.

  • Vineet Chaturvedi 2 years ago

    Teaching at it’s best👍

  • Deepshikha Gaur 2 years ago

    Excellent video . Highly appreciate the creativity to explain the topic.

  • salim salim 2 years ago

    Thanks a lot, I like Tyler DeWitt’s way to do courses, what do I need (Cameras..) ?

  • Shayan Bahrami 2 years ago

    Thank you so much! The explanation is absolutely great and I totally understand the topic after just watching this video!

  • Shayan Bahrami 2 years ago

    The teacher is so nice and humble that makes you wanna listen carefully and actually enjoy what he’s teaching you.

  • George Birch 2 years ago

    Can anyone tell me how the electrons travel through the different cells of the pile which causes the increase of voltage?

  • Alex Zhou 2 years ago

    13:53 love the passion, it makes me feel like chem is actually fun

    • helinadaniel 2 years ago

      yap you are right

  • Patrick Betyounan 2 years ago

    I have two queries if anyone can answer. Firstly, why is the charge of both solutions important for electron transfer? Wouldn’t the balanced copper solution be sufficient enough to receive electrons from zinc if there were Cu2+ ions available? Secondly, I don’t understand why it has to be a bridge? Again this touches on the first point, however even if both solutions required balancing, can’t you just have two salt sticks in each beaker instead of a bridge? Wouldn’t the cl- still be attracted to the Zn2+? Or is it because the cl- will be depleted and then the NaCl would want to join the cl- hence it won’t be balanced anymore?

  • Rishi Kumar 2 years ago

    A satisfying explanation!!

  • ytsas33093 2 years ago

    how do you know which has a stronger pull?

  • Filip S. 2 years ago

    Trank you! Very good explained!

  • Cailine keirstead 2 years ago

    I think I’m falling in love someone help…the PASSION.

  • P-mtc 2 years ago

    And the wire is made out of?

  • Ipshita Muni 2 years ago

    Love your teaching method .

  • Emily Kuta 2 years ago

    wow you’re amazing. thank you so much

  • Sachika Bhardwaj 2 years ago

    Why didn’t you upload video 🥺now it’s been 2 years you didn’t upload any video

  • Raksha Kumar 2 years ago

    can we just appreciate how much time and effort this wouldve taken, my teacher wouldnt put in any of this effort

  • Sanam Milapati 2 years ago

    I really like how he is enjoying while teaching. Really appreciate the hard work and his knowledge. I am just watching the video because of the way he is teaching. Really a great TEACHER

  • Zuhaib Manzoorgada 2 years ago

    May Allah give you more and more knowledge. Thankyou for this video

  • MigEca Vlogs 2 years ago

    Can magnesium and lead create a galvanic cell?

  • Dawid Tokarz 2 years ago

    Thank you Tyler, as always, your video was very helpful

  • Aamir Zargar 2 years ago

    Who so like the vedio thumb up

  • Aamir Zargar 2 years ago

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  • Alyssa Marasco 2 years ago

    The entire time I was watching this video I could only think of “aaahhhhh wiiiiiirrree” 😂

    Also “a 🤖??” 😂😂😂

  • dharshini kiruba 2 years ago

    Plz add more videos

  • Tahnee Towers 2 years ago

    YOu are a master teacher , bang on!! This should be how climate change is taught to the layman… Thanks a mill !

  • Spot Hitter 2 years ago

    what happens when all the NaCl gets used up..is there any solution?

  • TheRedphoenix95 2 years ago

    I just love you ❤️

  • Er. Maqsood maths physics Bhat 2 years ago

    Really loved it🥰🥰🥰😍

  • Dr Afrimath Ngobeni 2 years ago

    Wow this is an amazing lesson. I like the demonstrations. What a way of teaching to meet the needs of all the students of different learning styles

  • Dr Afrimath Ngobeni 2 years ago

    Is there anyone who knows what technology was used to create this video?

  • Vivek Patel 2 years ago

    Can we use any solution that has negative and positive ions in the salt bridge? Or was NaCl used here for a specific reason? Amazing explanation, btw 😀

  • Martin Bartsch 2 years ago

    Why does copper have a stronger pull for electrons? Does it have to do with electro afinaty ?

  • Chemistry kida 2 years ago

    The most dedicated teacher on Youtube

  • Lilla Kiss 2 years ago

    Wow thank you for this

  • Dot 2 years ago

    Would it work with a smaller amount of each solution? If I wanted to make a series circuit, would I connect the beakers with more wires or more salt bridges, please?
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  • Jayetha Panakkadan 2 years ago

    This is by far one of the best explanations I’ve seen about this on youtube, ty!!!

  • GreekEuros 2 years ago

    You can tell this guy has spend a lot of time designing his teaching technique, absolutely top quality teacher.

  • Hilena Betemariam 2 years ago

    Thank you! Mr it is kind of you to show how chemistry is a lovable subject.

  • lala Lalali 2 years ago

    if you said “whhat?” after watching the lecture of prof, Don’t worry that’s a normal reaction.
    BUT now you can say “Wow….” after watching this video.

  • AMJAD ABDULLAH 2 years ago

    amazing…I never saw such interesting lecture.

  • Dragonball Z 2 years ago

    You dont even know how you literally rescue my grade in chemistry THANK YOU.I have never seen somebody who is able to explain it that good.

  • Bebita 69 2 years ago

    Great explanation! One of the best channels on YouTube

  • Ken Dream 2 years ago

    Cu+2 is a bully ._. Give those e- back to that poor Zn. That wasn’t very nice.

  • Akansha Yadav 2 years ago

    Wow world best teacher ❤️❤️

  • Minilik Girum 2 years ago

    11:20 processie

  • Satrio H 2 years ago

    When the electron goes through the wire and reaches the solid neutral copper, does the neutral copper become temporarily negative before the positive copper gets to the electron?

  • Dell Corpuz 2 years ago

    what happen,At zinc electrode has Other solution and the Copper electrode has only water?

  • sasmitha karunarathna 2 years ago

    The perfect teacher I have seen for science ( he does his teaching much happier than any teacher that I have seen THANK YOU VERY MUCH SIR

  • MrEarth7788 2 years ago

    after 20:56 is the salt bridge will be empty?

  • Atulya Ranjan 2 years ago

    You’re literally ossom
    Your teaching style is decent . Thanks a lot it makes che easy for all of us.😘😘

  • SUNER ALI 2 years ago

    Excellent

  • Crown Ether 2 years ago

    My goodness😍

  • RumikoOne 2 years ago

    I hope you get paid 100% more than my professor.

  • tenzin dayoe 2 years ago

    One of the best teachers out there.. Extraordinary teaching and so much dedication.. thank you 😊

  • Sheena Jeffery 2 years ago

    14:52
    09:01
    16:22

  • Dani Saxena 2 years ago

    Thank you so much! You are doing an amazing job for all chemistry students everywhere

  • sanskriti samdhian 2 years ago

    he is just soo damn creative.

  • Joseph Anderson 2 years ago

    Best teacher on the planet Earth right here

  • David Needham 2 years ago

    Ok so how do we make gold? 😁

  • Aleeza Butt 2 years ago

    His way of teaching is suberb better than my school teacher they don’t teach we are dumb asses for them

  • Moshammat Nishu 2 years ago

    omg you are a life saver!!! Amazing teacher

  • Prediction World 2 years ago

    Love from india
    How many indian are watching this 😍💝

  • Wency Love 2 years ago

    Hi

  • Ethan Yang 2 years ago

    My teacher can only read books for us and they called it teaching!

  • Nethum PERERA 2 years ago

    I didn’t get this after hours of lecturing from my Science teacher. I watched this at 2x speed and got it within the first 4 minutes real time. Thanks a bunch mate, you really have a way with words and understand how we as students think. I wish teachers could be more like you!

  • Aditya Raj 2 years ago

    How well he is explaining it is just you have to listen to him and you will understand everything in one go!!! amazing …

  • ajay gudipati 2 years ago

    explain the process with daniel cell?

  • anthonette collymore 2 years ago

    Me: Galvanic Cells or Voltaic Cells are chemical reacts used to conduct electricity using cathods and anodes elements to react P.S. when the stronger element with stronger bonds win pulls the weaker bond. *Bows and go back to sit*
    Teacher: who taught you that dear.
    Me: Tyler DeWitt
    Teacher: who is that?
    Me: Not you. ._.

  • Prasanth Meesala 2 years ago

    You work so hard to make us understand. I guess that’s the passion to teach chemistry .Good job .Your videos make me happy.

  • Hiwa Karem 2 years ago

    thanks for y

  • josh alfan 2 years ago

    you’re a bloody legend mate, ty for the explanation

  • Nathaly Chicaiza Cabezas 2 years ago

    Love the way you explain things! It is super easy to understand. Thank you 🙂

  • Hakisam Luks 2 years ago

    This guy is great..damn 100%

  • omisha isha 2 years ago

    saved my life

  • Hawi Girma 2 years ago

    Man you are simply amazing!!!! Thank you 🙏

  • CreativeBangla 2 years ago

    ufff…. so good, thank you.

  • MUYA CAI 2 years ago

    I am a Chinese graduate student. I was trying to criticize it. But this content is very precise and I very like this teacher. LOL

  • Mikayla Blaine 2 years ago

    RED CAT / AN OX

  • Hrushikesh Behera 2 years ago

    Excellent! But why do you compare , for pulling electrons, metal(Zn) and Metal Ion(Cu2+) here, why not Zn / Cu or Zn2+/Cu2+?

  • Renu Sharma 2 years ago

    just one word for your teaching skills :wow!! i have never seen such a calm and peacuful chemistry teacher

  • norshakirah 2 years ago

    I wish to have that passion.. anyway, thank you so much for teaching in a very simple yet very understanding way. Hope you have a very good day, everyday! ☺️

  • Fighting Fingers 2 years ago

    14:38 watch here!! Daniell cell

  • poweredbyplants 2 years ago

    Sir, I just want to say.. This video helped me pass the analytical chemistry exam that I was struggling with over one year.. Thank you so much!

  • Zenmatrixx 2 years ago

    Read one of the two. Dont read both.( You did that after i posted this but took you 1min plus to do it. Not very wise by my standard 🙂 )

  • Javeria Siddiqui 2 years ago

    wow what video! literally understood everything! BRAVOO!

  • Jasraj Sadyora 2 years ago

    Thank you !!!!

  • GAMING ZONE 2 years ago

    Really appreciate your passion for teaching ……And all i would say u r a cute teacher

  • Joseph Ogar 2 years ago

    Great video! Many thanks Tyler

  • jameel khan 2 years ago

    Very nicely explained.

  • Harsh Gupta 2 years ago

    Wow what an amazing explanation
    I loved his explanation
    Listened his lecture carefully
    Too good teacher explanation ever heard
    Best Teacher Award to him

  • Niharika Sharma 2 years ago

    I’m gonna ask my school to buy you! Lol😂

  • Nizar Chaleila 2 years ago

    But what happens after the copper ions are all gone? The Na ions will move in the solution with the copper and that fixes the charge inequality problem. But why would the zinc send out electrons through the wire anymore? It has no attraction to anything in the copper solution, it seems to me, so the electrons will stop travelling through the wire, thus ending electricity. The salt bridge, given this view-point, is useless. I know I am wrong, but what am I missing?

  • Muhammad Qais 2 years ago

    I’m Arab so English isn’t my native language (obviously) and I’m here for more details/ better understanding and I really love the way he explained everything🙏

  • btkhbtkh 2 years ago

    98,9% approval rate says it all! You are really really good at explaining and teaching chemistry! <3

  • BUSHRA HAQUE 2 years ago

    You are the teacher I always wished for… Thank you for doing this…

  • Saket Kulshrestha 2 years ago

    Sir , you really make it very simple to understand .thanks .

  • Femi 2 years ago

    Excellent teaching

  • Jagruti Mishra 2 years ago

    I want these teacher seriously
    He, teaches very very good😎😎😎

  • Diseño de Sueños 2 years ago

    very noice

  • Ch Dhana lakshmi 2 years ago

    Extrodinaryyy teachinggg amazing ❤️

  • Mario Freire 2 years ago

    Instead of salt could the bridge just be connection between the two solutions? Would the negative SO42- balance with the Zn2+

  • sameeksha gowda 2 years ago

    Amazing explanation 👏😊😊

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