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44342nd Law of Thermodynamics
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A qualitative, non-math conversational -- but substantial -- introduction to the second law via practical everyday examples. Its intended audience is first-year college/university students.Solubility
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Solubility animationAcid Base Titrations
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This applet simulates the titration of a weak acid (in the beaker) with a strong base (in the burette). The pK of the acid is fixed. Base is added by pushing the stopcock button and the resulting pH is calculated and plotted. By finding the endpoint, we can determine the concentration of acid in the flask; we can also determine the pK of the acid by measuring the pH halfway to the endpoint.Gibbs Free Energy Java Applet
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This applet allows you to see the Gibbs Free Energy Equation from a qualitative or quantitative standpoint. You can either drag the endpoints on the graph or enter in specific Delta S and Delta H values on the textbox to the right. The Macintosh version of Netscape has some difficulty in initially painting the graph on screen, so you may have to click on the gray area on the left side of the applet to make it appear.Clausius-Clapeyron Equation for Some Common Liquids
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Clausius Clapeyron simulation is presented for a variety of liquids at or near the boiling point and across extended ranges.Dinitrogen Tetroxide Equilibrium
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The Gibbs function is plotted as a function of the extent of reaction.How Chemical Reactions Proceed
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Explains how chemical reactions proceedInterpretation of spectra using Tanabe-Sugano diagrams
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Part of a 2nd year course on first row transition metal chemistry. Spectra displayed using CHIME and JAVA applets provided for interpretation of d2 and d3 complexes using Tanabe-Sugano diagrams. Other diagrams provided for other configurations.Inversion Curve of Joule Thomson Effect
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The Peng–Robinson cubic equation of state (CEOS) is used to calculate the inversion curve of the Joule–Thomson effect for any fluid. The alpha function is calculated using a generalized expression [2]. You can vary the acentric factor to see changes in the inversion curve.This is a Wolfram demonstration project with an interactive simulation.Law of Radioactive Decay
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Java Applet on the Law of Radioacive Decay that is part of a larger collection of Physics Applets.