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This is a storyboard animation that covers solvent properties, molecular formula, structural formula, ball-and stick model, space-filling model, polar molecules, electronegativity, hydrogen bonds, and specific heat of water.
Material Type: Animation
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: September 11, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 28, 2013
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Submitter: Tara Greenmyer
Keywords: water, structural formula, polar molecules, solvents, molecular formula, specific heat, ball-and-stick model, electronegativity, space-filling model, hydrogen bonds

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
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Language: English
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Avatar for Txong Her
4 years ago

Txong Her (Student)

This simulation is a great visual for students to fully understand the properties of water molecules. I can see myself using this as a visual in my classroom.
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Avatar for Loretta Anders
4 years ago

Loretta Anders (Faculty)

This animation is several minutes long, but provides ton of information, ranging from structure of water, properties of water, dipole-dipole interactions, differences in solid, liquid and gas structures, etc. I would love to use this animation in my class, but in segments. All at once would cause information overload for my students.
Time spent reviewing site: 4 minutes
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