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View Resource Introduction to Quantum Mechanics: Assessment

This resource provides an assessment for students who have just learned the basics of quantum mechanics. The accompanying interactive lesson which may be used before this assessment is also available. This five question assessment covers the concept of probability, electrons and some other basic concepts related to quantum mechanics. Although a preview of the activity is available, instructors...

View Resource Molecular Logic: Browsing Stepping Stones

Created by the Concord Consortium with support from the National Science Foundation, the goal of the Molecular Logic website is "to develop students' understanding of molecules, their interactions and the consequences of these interactions." The researchers and specialists in charge of the site have selected ten physical-chemical principles that underlie many biological processes. They call them...

View Resource Low-Energy Electron Diffraction (LEED)

This resource provides an interactive activity demonstrating LEED as a technique for the determination of the surface structure of crystalline materials by bombardment with a collimated beam of low energy electrons (20-200eV) and observation of diffracted electrons as spots on a fluorescent screen. The activity uses colors to illustrate the motion of the electrons. An interactive diagram is...

View Resource Electrons in Atoms and Molecules: Assessment

This resource provides an assessment which is meant to follow an introductory activity on electrons in atoms and molecules, which may be located here. This interactive assessment includes 12 questions, many of which include visual representations of electrons. Questions are both multiple choice and short answer. The material would be best for high school AP classes and college level students....

View Resource How Electrons Move: Assessment

This resource provides an interactive assessment on how electrons move. This brief assessment is intended to be used after the introductory activity on how electrons move which can also be found on this site. This quiz includes 12 questions, many which include graphics of the related concepts. The questions are multiple choice and short answer. The material would be best for high school AP...

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