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View Resource Chemistry Experiment Simulation, Tutorials and Computer Animations for College Chemistry

This page from Iowa State University includes a number of simulations and animations for introductory level college chemistry courses. Topics include electrochemistry, redox titration, thermochemistry, general equilibria, acid-base equilibria, stoichiometry, kinetics, predicting the products of chemical reactions in organic chemistry and understanding fundamental concepts of periodic trends and...

View Resource pH Calculation

This pair of pH calculation programs serves as an excellent tool for anyone wishing to calculate the pH of a solution containing multiple acids and bases. These programs allow practitioners to predict the pH of simple and complex acid/base solutions and buffers. They may be downloaded free of charge via the website. Users are encouraged to carefully read the guides provided by the author.

View Resource Acid Deposition Sampling

This learning activity from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides students with the opportunity to use analytical meters and instruments and perform acid deposition sampling. Students will collect samples from various sources over a period of time, then measure pH and develop graphs or charts. Users must download this resource for viewing, which requires a...

View Resource Analytical Chemistry

This document contains a list of detailed lecture notes covering a wide range of topics including equilibrium, titrations, sample preparation, acids and bases, buffers, spectrophotometry, potentiometry and chromatography. This site is part of a collection of notes from a general chemistry course taught at the State University of West Georgia. This document gives supplementary material that could...

View Resource Serial Dilution & Parts Per Million

This activity provides a real world application of the ATEEC Recommended Core Curriculum. This curriculum was identified by ATEECĀ Fellows as necessary preparation for environmental technology occupation. In this activity, students will experiment with serial dilution and parts per million. At the end of the activity, students will understand how to perform lab procedures, translate real world ...

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