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Chemistry Experiment Simulations, Tutorials and Conceptual Computer Animations for Introduction to College Chemistry (aka General Chemistry)

Chemical Education Research Group, Department of Chemistry, 3051 Gilman Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 50011 USA (515) 294-7718

This message posted June 1, 2005.

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Some of the animations are designed to be used by chemistry instructors in presentations. These do not have directions or other information. Other animations are designed for students to use on their own or in group-work. Some of the animations and simulations have guided-inquiry tutorials to accompany them.

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Please let us know if you experience a broken link or if the animations, simulations, or tutorials you expect to access are not accessible.

We have received numerous requests from chemistry instructors about downloading the simulations. For now, youi may download our Flash movies (simulations) by linking to our simulation download page You will not need a password. You may download the files and make use of them in your classroom. Do not copy them and or distribute them. Please give credit where and when credit is due. The copyright for these simulations and animations is with the chemical education research group at Iowa State University. We would appreciate a short e-mail message (tgreenbo@iastate.edu) telling us you are using the files.

Thanks,

Tom Greenbowe (tgreenbo@iastate.edu), Professor of Chemistry and Coordinator of General Chemistry, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY

SIMULATIONS

Reactions of Metals and Metal Ions Experiment (simulation) click here to work the activity series

Reactions of Metals and Metal Ions tutorial Metal%3DMetalIonTutorialtgrt.pdf

Electrochemical Cell Experiment (simulation) volticCell.html

pre-lab or pre-lecture tutorial to accompany the activity series of metals and the electrochemical cell experiment electrochem comp sim.pdf

Electrochemical Cell Experiment (simulation) volticCell20.html

Concentration Cells Electrochemical Cell Experiment (simulation) voltaicCellEMF.html

pre-lab or pre-lecture tutorial to accompany the Concentration Cells Electrochemical Cell Experiment NernstCellPreLab.html

Electrolysis Electrochemical Cell Experiment (simulation) electrolysis10.html

pre-lab or pre-lecture tutorial to accompany the Electrolysis Electrochemical Cell Experiment ElectrolysisPrelabtg2.html

ANIMATIONS

Zinc copper REDOX

transfer ZnCutransfer.html

Lead silver REDOX transfer PbAgtransfer.html

Zinc Copper electrochemical cell CuZncell.html

Standard hydrogen electrode - zinc cell SHEZnV7.html

Standard hydrogen electrode - copper cell SHECu.html

Dry cell (Zinc-Carbon) Zn-C batteryV8web.html

Car battery (Lead-Lead oxide) Pb batteryV8web.html

Car battery (Lead-Lead oxide) PbbatteryV9web.html

REDOX Titration

Gas Laws

The Life and Times of a Gas Particle

Boyle's Law Boyle'sLaw experiment First Draft

Boyle's Law Boyle'sLaw experiment Second Draft

Boyle's Law Boyle'sLaw experiment no graphs (student version)

Boyle's Law mini version

Charles' Law CharlesLawtgV82.html

Charles' Law Charles' Law Experiment - simulation 2.3.02

Manometer Experiment Manometer Experiment - simulation 2.3.02

Crush the Can CrushthecanV8.html

Effusion Effusion2.html

Effusion animation version 2 microeffusion 2.8.02

Diffusion diffusionV8.html

GasLaws Webtext 1st draft

Thermochemistry

Heat of neutralization experiment Rxnheat2.htm Version 1 Heat of neutralization experiment tutorial thermochemtutorial1.htm for Version 1

Heat of neutralization experiment Reacting an acid with a base in a calorimeter Version 2

Heat of neutralization experiment tutorial heatofneutralizationtutorial1.htm for Version 2

Heat of solution experiments Dissolving ionic salts in water in a calorimeter

Dissolving ionic salts in water tutorial Dissolvingsaltstutorial

Heat transfer between metals and water experiment Version 1 Placing a hot piece of metal in water in a calorimeter

Particulate nature of matter view of dissolving a solid salt, NaCl, in water click here

General Equilibria

Solutions

Conductivity simulation Style 2 conductivity-2.html 1st draft

Animation of sodium chloride dissolving in water (pnm view) click here

Using a Spec-20 to determine the concentration of solutions 1st draft Spec203.html

Colligative properties

boiling-point elevation and freezing-point depression experiment colligative.html

vapor pressure experiment vp3.html

Acid -Base Equilibria

Simulations

Simulation for Chem 178L Experiment Acids & Bases pH_meter "pH Measurements of Acids & Bases"

Tutorial to accompany the Simulation for the Acids & Bases Chem 178L Experiment SWH acidbasetutorialexpt2.htm "pH Measurements of Acids & Bases Chem 178L Experiment "

Tutorial to accompany the Simulation for the Acids & Bases Chem 178L Experiment standard acidbasetutorialnocompE2.htm "pH Measurements of Acids & Bases Chem 178L Experiment"

Simulation for Chem 178L Experiment Salts and Hydrolysis pH_buffer "pH Measurements: Salts & Buffers"

Buffer solution simulation Style 2 pHbuffer20.html

Tutorial to accompany the computer simulation on buffers for Chem 178 BuffertutorialSp03.html

Acid-base pH titration simulation (experiment) Acid-base titration experiment

Acid-base pH titration tutorial acidbasepHtitration.html

Acid-base pH meter titration simulation (experiment) Acid-base pH meter titration experiment

Animations

Water (two molecules, collision)

Water (equilibrium system)

Proton transfer (representation of a fast proton transfer reaction)

Source: group.chem.iastate.edu

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