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View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Introduction to Solid State Chemistry

Looking to delve into the world of solid-state chemistry? Why not check out this excellent introduction to the subject, provided courtesy of MIT and their OpenCourseWare (OCW) initiative. This is not just an introduction to chemistry class; it's a "chemistry-centered class that integrates examples from the world around us, in the arts and humanities, the human stories behind the science, and...

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 Hydrogen as Fuel Teacher's Guide

This classroom unit introduces the concept of hydrogen as a fuel source. The material may be used in part or in full, and should take anywhere from 1-4 class periods to complete. Students will learn to recognize the properties of hydrogen, learn how hydrogen is made and explore how vehicles store hydrogen. Basic scientific principles taught include atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonds,...

View Resource Surface Plasmon Resonance and Related Calculations

This webpage features computation of Surface Plasmon Resonance using common surfaces (gold, silver, copper) and wavelengths (632.8 nm) using web-based tools. The site is maintained by the Corn Research Group at the University of California- Irvine's Chemistry Department for researchers and students alike.

View Resource Physical Chemistry Animation Index

This collection of animations, intended for a physical chemistry course, covers thermodynamics, the physical transformation of substances (such as dissolution), phase diagrams and the behavior of matter in various states.

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