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View Resource University of Oregon Physics Applets: Elemental Spectra

This applet displays the periodic table of elements. By clicking on an element, the applet will show its line spectrum (as a neutral species). Cursor interrogation allows the wavelengths of various features to be measured. A parameter tag is used to control if the spectrum of the element in one of its ionized states is included in the database (which then becomes somewhat larger).

View Resource Home Chemicals

This lesson provides an introduction to the occurrence and possible risks of household chemical products. Topics include some basic chemistry (how elements combine to form compounds), how chemicals are classified, and the idea of natural, as opposed to synthetic, chemicals. The lesson includes an activity in which students take an inventory of chemical products in their homes and research the...

View Resource Interactives: The Periodic Table

It can be tricky to remember the position of lanthanides within the periodic table of elements, but this interactive feature from Annenberg Media's "Interactive" series will keep students in the know about those so-called "rare earth" elements. This particular feature begins with "Atomic Basics", which provides an overview of the atom and its various functions. After completing this section,...

View Resource Matter and Measurement

General chemistry WebCT exam/quiz questions. The Matter and Measurement topic covers some of the most basic concepts in general chemistry, similar to those found in the first chapter in most general chemistry texts.

View Resource PhysOrg - Latest Science and Technology News

PhysOrg provides the latest news and information in the areas of science, physics, technology, nanotechnology, earth science, electronic devices, and medicine.

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