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That's Why Carbon Is A Tramp: Crash Course Biology #1

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And thus begins the most revolutionary biology course in history. Come and learn about covalent, ionic, and hydrogen bonds. What about electron orbitals, the octet rule, and what does it all have to do with a mad man named Gilbert Lewis? It's all contained within. Like Crash Course on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Follow Crash Course on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thecrashcourse Chapter Timecode: 1. Re-watch the whole video = 00:00 2. Carbon is a Tramp = 01:51 3. Electron Shells = 04:23 4. The Octet Rule = 06:52 5. Gilbert Lewis = 05:09 6. Covalent Bonds = 04:41 7. Polar & Non-Polar Covalent Bonds = 07:58 8. Ionic Bonds = 08:29 9. Hydrogen Bonds = 10:11 Crash Course Biology is now available on DVD! http://dftba.com/product/1av/CrashCourse-Biology-The-Complete-Series-DVD-Set biology, crashcourse, gilbert lewis, carbon, hydrogen, electron, proton, covalent bonds, ion, octet rule, covalent bonds, polar, non-polar, ionic bond, hydrogen bond, hank green, john green, vlogbrothers, nobel Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Bub Huynh (1 hour ago)
I'm NA and I need to find my future wife CL
Ava (3 hours ago)
“even the sexiest person you’ve met in your life is just a collection of organic compounds ramblin around in a sack of water” lol thanks hank i’m going through a breakup rn and that actually made me feel better😤👏🙌
Ranae Whitaker (7 hours ago)
Hank: I assume you're here because you're interested in Biology Me: I have a test tomorrow Like if you're cramming for a test
İmge509 (10 hours ago)
I just catched up with the whole year of 9th grade and I have never understood chemistry this good. Thank you!
Aneesha Anish (1 day ago)
😘Thank you😘
calypso (5 days ago)
if you press 2 and 4 really fast he says bruh
— ali (7 days ago)
I haven’t studied for the bio state exams all year and now that they’re tomorrow, I’m cramming. Thank god for this channel
Jesse Florizone (9 days ago)
Everyone thinks that he was more edgy back then, and possibly drank a little more... More in reality they just upload his videos at 1.25 now, which if you do to this video sounds the same as normal hank... haha
Thatfilmguy33 (10 days ago)
Science is depressing lol
devinmcsorley (10 days ago)
he sounds wasted.
devinmcsorley (10 days ago)
or drunk.
devinmcsorley (10 days ago)
or high.
Chrissy bishop (11 days ago)
I’m studying for biology keystones with this please don’t fail me
Don't, Jim (11 days ago)
I am also a collection of organic molecules.
Natha WEIRDO (12 days ago)
Damn this is what Hank looked like before????
V (12 days ago)
Time to binge this entire biology playlist so I can maybe pass my exam tomorrow
Riley Schenk (13 days ago)
Mr. Green Mr. Green!! I have a question. Do covalent bond always have to end in the rule of 8's what if they only have 6 electrons by the end a reaction?????
Matt Hamrick (13 days ago)
"Even the sexiest person you have ever met in your life is just a collection of organic compounds rambling around in a sack of water." I don't know about you, but thinking about that statement gives me tremendously less anxiety when conversing with people I find attractive
TalynCo (14 days ago)
Hank you been hitting the bottle a bit much there buddy? Everything alright at home?
Liz Earhart (14 days ago)
Imma watch all of these bio videos for my bio EOC tomorrow tyyy
Simi Patel (14 days ago)
AP BIO WHERE YOU AT SQUAD!!!!!!!!
Julia Patterson (15 days ago)
anyone else binge watching this 2 days before the ap bio exam?
Isai Ortega (14 days ago)
Julia Patterson I’m watching it one day before the exam 😎
Leafyusedtobehere (15 days ago)
i like 2012 hank better lmao this is great
Noelle Morgan (16 days ago)
Ap test Monday, time to relearn everything in 2 days. Crunch time!!!
Wumbya (13 days ago)
Noelle Morgan MOOD
Taylor Peterson (15 days ago)
Ariel Forte HAH same
Ariel Forte (15 days ago)
Better yet time to LEARN everything in 2 days, bruh, I haven't learned anything this yearrrrr😩
Navi Brar (15 days ago)
saaaaaame
sanam kumar (16 days ago)
who has bio this monday
Anna (18 days ago)
I'm studying for my IB HL Bio test tomorrow by watching these videos and my god... Why was 2012 Hank so hairy and horny
Naia Lee (18 days ago)
If it is too fast, change the playback speed!
Jessica Abena Mensah (21 days ago)
Babes, this guy has made me understand what incompetent teachers in my school couldn't explain properly. why can't he come and work at my school, please!!! only for me because it that my friends won't listen anyway.
Cage Buddy (23 days ago)
Poor man is depressed...
Kenzie Topo (25 days ago)
Talk slower my guy
TartanTiger (25 days ago)
Thank you.
Arthur B (26 days ago)
2019
Arthur B (26 days ago)
I NEED HELP
Arthur B dude yes are you studying AP biology
Amber Jensen (28 days ago)
A summary! Video One: Carbon  Carbon has 6 neutrons, 6 protons and 6 electrons.  Octet Rule – atoms need 8 electrons in outermost shell to be stable.  Carbon needs 4 electrons to fill its outer shell – can therefore create four bonds.  Halogens are elements that only need one electron to fulfil their octet.  Alkali metals only have one electron in their octet.  Covalent bonding: atoms share electrons with each other to become stable.  Ionic bonding: atoms donate/accept electrons permanently to become stable – they become ions (i.e. positively or negatively charged atoms). Atoms prefer to remain neutral but will become an ion if it means satisfying their outer shells.  Polar charges are when there’s a positive and negative pole driven by the sharing of electrons.  Hydrogen bonding: a relatively weak bond between molecules (e.g. H2O molecules) due to the polar charges, where the positive and negative poles of each molecule are attracted to one another.  Lewis Dot Structures show how molecules are bonded together.
M S (21 days ago)
thanks girl
Tsuki Pandora Løwe (1 month ago)
this is so fun! I have exam in biology in one week and I don't understand anything and think biology sucks, but I think you changed my mind :D Cant wait to watch all of them, but I wish English was my native language because the words and and some of the names are different in Norwegian.
Gammi (1 month ago)
Why is an atom in with 0 electrons charged. What makes an atom charged
doodle ji (1 month ago)
if an atom has more protons than its electrons, it is positively charged. If an atom has more electrons than its protons, it is negatively charged.
Rusty Recommends (1 month ago)
I always forget this video starts with Hank invalidating my asexuality...
Nathanael Maldoror (1 month ago)
I am a bit confused... In my VR Chem lab game/lesson... it shows a very different amount of electrons within each shell. Admittingly, it's a 3D model with alternate spherical and oblonged sphereical like 'shells', so it's a bit more complex (and acording to the program, the most accurate representation science can think up. Obviously nobody can get it 100% right since it's too small too see.) But I just wanted to know how and why the two types of models are different, and if one or the other is more correct.
handsome Squidward (1 month ago)
Yes that's Schrodinger's model which is the more correct one. Although still not perfect its the most accurate model we have since it's probably impossible to get a perfect model of an atom. The atom model used in the video is the Bohr model which isn't as accurate but it's much easier to remember and imagine, which is why it's more well known and taught.
Caitlyn Allan (1 month ago)
If you eat too much salt it still could kill you
Cesar Amaral (1 month ago)
Is there a video about transcription and translation ? Or simply put protein synthesis ? Thanks!
Claire Swihart (1 month ago)
I'm a sixth grader, and I like watching this stuff for fun because it's interesting. I like chemistry and biology. :) Anyone else watching this for fun?
Tashi Dorji (1 month ago)
Why cant sodiuk be covalent bonded?
Tashi Dorji (1 month ago)
I mean sodium
Oskar winters (1 month ago)
9:50 is cl- missing an electron ?? only has 7 on second ring.
Arieanna Powell (1 month ago)
what is the best way to study for an eoc on this stuff
Saanvi Wadhwa (1 month ago)
love this!!! thanks Hank!!!
Mr Temporal (1 month ago)
Carbon Carbon You've torn your bonds Carbon Carbon Biology is a mess Carbon Carbon How could they know? Hot tramp, I love you so!
AgeingBoyPsychic (1 month ago)
Did you have to invent a metaphor that was dripping with blatant misogyny?
Jo L (1 month ago)
Why would you make carbon a hussy? JESUS. LAME
Whiterlawer473 (1 month ago)
BTW if u didn't understand what Hank was saying at 2:04 , who was calling Carbon a hoe
Theo the Unicorn (1 month ago)
hank are you ok? does anyone else thinks he’s being a little different from how he usually is? you good dude?
Jake Levinson (1 month ago)
Tuck me a moment to realize it with Hank
iDab -0 (1 month ago)
2019?
ZELIANG LI (1 month ago)
He sounds so "thirsty"
David Schmidt (1 month ago)
I seriously wish you would not make jokes involving words like 'hussy', 'tramp' and 'sex' or use (and in this case OVER-use) the sexy/cute little drawings in vids that have little to do with it. I use some of your vids for my middle school classes, and although the word 'sex' is nothing 'bad' in itself, and indeed represents a fundamentally necessary operation when speaking of Biology, one must keep in mind the 'filters' that info passes through with students. By the time they get home, a vid with that word in it so frequently becomes a vid ABOUT it and problems may ensue. If you want to actually consider yourself a teacher, please keep that kind of thing in mind. If you are simply an individual knowledgeable abut a topic and are posting a vid about it, (e.g. a professional biologist or chemist) that's fine, and enjoyable to adults who understand the context of those words and the joking nature of their relation to the topic.But to "package" these as suitable for younger audiences without being 'clean' is asking for problems. Plus, although I know you will not change this, you speak FAR too quickly in your videos. I, and several other teachers I know of who use your vids, always slow the playback speed to 75%, It makes you sound slightly inebriated, but it makes your speech easier to understand. Cheers!
Ana Tuba (1 month ago)
bio final tomorrow, let the marathon begin
Clarice May Salva (1 month ago)
I choked on my pasta watching this during lunch. The intro was what caused me: "sex and not dying". I ALMOST DIED ON MY PASTA xDD
Stekkerdoos (1 month ago)
Anyone else watching this just because he's funnier than your biology teacher?
Everything Animals (1 month ago)
i just finished tfios and i realized you’re john green’s brother
Mariah Carpenter (2 months ago)
Ugh, I freaking love Biology. It's wild.
Katherine McClaid-Cook (2 months ago)
Seriously?!?! Sexy minx??? Why the eff are you sexualizing science?? It’s science. You’re pathetic and this is reflecting your own relationship with women.
Ela Jetigan (2 months ago)
UGh I LOVE HIM SO MUCH
Mebibyte (2 months ago)
Working my way through biology right now. Thank you hank, you're a hero
Nicole (2 months ago)
hank what is on your face
Alan Paul (2 months ago)
is it better to do chemistry 1st?
fonzy maningat (2 months ago)
why is the Khan Academy version of the first episode a bit different?
AV Siva (2 months ago)
12:12
Freeae (2 months ago)
My point exactly. I started biology with chemistry in my channel too :) Much lower level of course
luna lovegood (2 months ago)
2019 anyone?
Natan Gitman-Schulte (2 months ago)
Why are all the top comments form 2 years ago?
수정 (2 months ago)
Is this help for high school students?
Maeve Bruen (2 months ago)
Amino Acids? Not yet!!!
me myself and I I (2 months ago)
Y'all out here bout to go preachin on a cellular level.
Rajid Mohandas (2 months ago)
This helped me pass my AP-Bio class
nirvana phoenix (2 months ago)
so how so you know the difference between polar and nonpolar?
Alvims' (2 months ago)
this video was incredible!!! thank you for creating and posting it!
Ehud V (2 months ago)
Great video! I actually understand more now. Thank you
DiBBagE (2 months ago)
How am I supposed to remember all this
Freeae (2 months ago)
watching again... and again
nikolas charlie (2 months ago)
im interested in being a virgin and dying but thanks anyway Hank
SauceDad69 (2 months ago)
He predicted Thanos
Rohan Rohan (2 months ago)
Carbon is kinky
Rohan Rohan (2 months ago)
If Lenin was a scientist
Mostafa Kamal (2 months ago)
Awesome
Heisenberg (2 months ago)
Please add polish titles 😑
Stacy Hearn (2 months ago)
Seriously, I can't believe you people get to learn Biology from this hot, funny nerd!
Israa Saeed (3 months ago)
Just stop talking in that stupid way
Tanner Foust (3 months ago)
hank is the best green brother lets be honest here. and yes, he got better at talking faster as his teaching career took off
Sajid (3 months ago)
what happened to this hank???
Dylan Nguyen (3 months ago)
I'm sorry, I don't think Carbon-12 is the only isotope of carbon. Have you forgot about Carbon-14? (or even Carbon-13 for you other nerds?)
Morgana Cannon (3 months ago)
7 years ago Hank's Facial Hair was amazing ^_^
Crystal Pereyra (3 months ago)
This all makes so much mor sense now... Biology class has been so confusing
Larisa Bolyard (3 months ago)
I absolutely love Hank Green and all these CrashCourse videos. Thank Godzilla for him and them, too, or I'd be failing Biology.
Clive Kuimba (3 months ago)
Thank you guys for these great videos you helped us to make our exams a walk in a park, Do you have something for Geography and Math.
Peter Luxus (3 months ago)
4:30 carbon is made of 666, a human number, makes sense
Parthiv saravanan (3 months ago)
If you're wondering, this is how the most revolutionary course in biology of all time begins. Come and learn about covalent, ionic, and hydrogen bonds. What about electron orbitals, the octet rule, and what does it all have to do with a mad man named Gilbert Lewis? It's all contained within.
Parthiv saravanan (3 months ago)
If you're wondering, this is how the most revolutionary course in biology begins the most revolutionary biology course in history. Come and learn about covalent, ionic, and hydrogen bonds. What about electron orbitals, the octet rule, and what does it all have to do with a mad man named Gilbert Lewis? It's all contained within.
Parthiv saravanan (3 months ago)
Um That's not right
yugendra uppalapati (3 months ago)
Are you ok Hank?
Krista Noelle (3 months ago)
holy frick that is the same guy
B Unit (3 months ago)
Awwww wow this is so old school :D
Joseph Gollifer (3 months ago)
Teacher asked me what I learned from my Carbon research assignment. I told her Carbon is a tramp.
I came from a PBS Eons video, and it's just weird but fantastic to see this guy here too, let's go!
Sh3lz Pillay (3 months ago)
Love your analogies, makes it so much easier to understand. Thanx 4 the upload!
Event Horizon (3 months ago)
This is the 7,601st comment.

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