Helium - Periodic Table of Videos
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The team at periodicvideos has created a TED-Ed Lesson for every element of the periodic table. This one is about helium, Donald Duck voices, and floating balloons.
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The professor shows us how liquid helium is recycled at his university and comments on reports that the use of helium in party balloons is causing supply problems.
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