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Chemistry: The Scientific Method for a bundle of videos on the Scientific Method. For an even broader bundle of videos that cover the Scientific Method and Matter and Measurement Basics, check out . To search for topic-specific help in our library of 400+ video products for Chemistry, please refer to our Chemistry category at: . To check out our full Chemistry video course, with 300+ videos included, refer to: . Or, for access to this single video, go to: . This lesson uses a simple experiment of burning different substances to help explain the Scientific Method and to associate the process to the Scientific Hierarchy, the formulation of the Law of Conservation, and the beginning of modern chemistry. The Scientific Method is the process used to organize and test the observations about the world that are made during experimentation. This method starts with observation and experimentation. Then, patterns, trends, and laws are found in the observations. These help us to formulate hypotheses, which either lead to the formulation of theories or further experimentation and observation. Often, hypotheses will need to be revised, when newer observations conflict. The Scientific Method has led to a Scientific hierarchy of laws, hypotheses, and theories, which are defined in this lesson. This process also led to the birth of modern chemistry, when Dalton formulated the 5 Atomic Theory Postulates from Lavoisier's Law of the Conservation of Matter. Taught by Professor Gordon Yee, this lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Chemistry. Founded in 1997, Thinkwell has succeeded in creating a "next-generation" textbook, one that helps students learn and teachers teach. Capitalizing on the power of new technology, Thinkwell products prepare students more effectively for their coursework than any printed textbook can. Thinkwell has assembled a group of talented industry professionals who have shaped the company into the leading provider of technology-based textbooks. For more information about Thinkwell, please visit
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