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4434Calculating Molar Mass
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Building your molecule from up to four elements from the Periodic Table, this Formula Solver shows you how to calculate molar mass using Avogadro's Number.Chemguide
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This site has tutorials covering structure and bonding, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and physical chemistry, as well as instrumental analysis.Chemistry of Coordination Compounds
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This web site consists of a slide-show covering the chemistry of coordination compounds. The slide-show consists of 96 slides total, many with pictures or other figures as well as loads of information.Crystal Lattices
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A tutorial on cubic and hexagonal crystal lattices, unit cells, closest packing, interstices, and material examples. Includes exercises and problems. Crossed stereoscopic diagrams enhance the understanding of three-dimensional structures.Molarity
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Molarity is the concentration of a solute in a solution, and learning how to calculate it is a key chemistry concept. This Formula Solver! Series program will walk you through the steps.Mole Conversions
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A mole represents 6.022x10^23 atoms. An element's atomic mass is the mass of a single atom of that element. This Formula Solver! Series program will walk you through the steps for using atomic mass, moles, and molar mass to convert between moles and grams.Solid State Chemistry
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This web site has tutorials covering crystalline solids, metallic solids, conduction properties, ionic solids, and covalent solids. The site is a supplemental information site for a general chemistry for engineers course at the University of Pennsylvania.Structures of Metals: Closest Packing
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This web site has a short tutorial on the different types of closest packing of atoms in metals.CoSyM - Continuous Symmetry Measures
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The Website provides tools for calculating continuous symmetry measures online for any molecule given in pdb format, and uses Jmol for three-dimensional visualization. A number, on a scale from zero to 100, describes the distance of a given structure from perfect symmetry; or how much chirality it contains; or to what extent it resembles a polyhedron. The approach to all of these questions is based on the same general principle. That general principle is translated into a computational method for measuring the degree of symmetry point groups, from which several additional specific important measures are derived: Measuring the degree of the basic symmetry elements; Measuring the degree of polyhedral shape content; Measuring the degree of chirality. This website can be used by both researchers, teachers and students, and is part of an undergraduate course for chemistry students at the Open University of Israel.Lattice Energies
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Exercise comparing solving for lattice energy using the Kapustinskii equation and using thermodynamic data.