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Internet-based simulation program of acid-base titration with an interface that get students interact with the model by selecting experimental conditions/running the virtual experiments for data collection and analysis.
Great acid base tutorial that you can print out a certificate at the end to prove that you've gone through the entire program.
10 years ago
I spent about 10 minutes with this simulation. It is well done, and is very clear for students at a relatively low level.
The presentation is focused on the general idea of a titration, rather than on the technical details - measuring volumes, reading a buret, etc. I see that as a strength for what appears to be its target level. However, it would be nice to see these details in a higher-level presentation.