A short biography of Albert Einstein, German-born scientist who revolutionized the understanding of physics and the philosophy of science. This "Man of the Century" developed the theory of relativity and impacted the development of everything from lasers to cell phones.
Tom Green explains the covalent bonds between carbon and methane, and he represents them using a Lewis Dot Structure. Tom then explains how to read the structure. He also gives some background information on Gilbert Lewis, the creator of the Lewis Dot structure and one of the most influential chemists in history.
Hank explains that heredity is the passing on of genetic traits from parents to offspring. He makes mention to Gregor Mendel, who found that inheritance follows particular patterns.
Key Words: Classical Genetics, Chromosomes, Gene, Polygenetic Trait, Pleiotropic, Allele, Somatic, Diploid