One of the new things I wanted to do this year was to start doing videos. Since I was starting to run out of reagents to talk about for Reagent Friday, one thought was to start talking about reactions instead – and maybe make a video for each.
So today starts a new experiment: Reaction Fridays.
There is no such thing as going from “never made a video” to “making great videos”. So the first many iterations in this series are going to be really crappy! So be it: there’s only one path to getting good – to start off crappy, risk making an ass of yourself in public, embrace your crappiness, and work upwards from there. They can always be remade, incorporating feedback as necessary.
So without further ado, here’s the first installation of Reaction Fridays: The Free-radical chlorination of alkanes!
I’d really welcome any feedback you might have. Is this useful? What could be done better? Feel free to leave a comment, send me an email, or drop an anonymous comment in the Feedback section.