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MERLOT II


    

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Dr. Murfin's class

by Brian Murfin
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Resources for Dr. Murfin's class.

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1.

Virtual Chemistry Laboratory


Added 11/29/2012

Can be useful in a classroom with a limited budget for materials. Also lets students experiment with strong/concentrated acids and bases that they wouldn't be able to otherwise use in class.

2.

Ideal Gas Law Simulation


Added 11/29/2012

Useful when teaching the gas laws. I've always felt that this topic is SO much easier when you can visualize what is happening v.s. just memorizing the gas laws. A tad hard to find your way around/learn to use the features, but once you do that it can be very useful.

3.

Interactive Simulations for General Chemistry


Added 11/29/2012

Outstanding! Gives visual representations and models for a WIDE range of general chemistry topics. Listing all of the topics this application covers would exceed the alloted space for comment, but there is a handy table of contents when you first start it up. Each topic shows clear visual representations and models that can be interacted with and changed. This can be used throughout an entire year of chemistry.

4.

ChemMovies - and more


Added 11/29/2012

Nice collection of chemistry lab experiments and demonstations. Includes write-ups for each experiment/demo and step by step movies on how to do them. Can be used throughout the year in a Chemistry class for various topics.

5.

Balancing Chemical Equations


Added 11/29/2012

Nice tutorial for students to use. This could be a very helpful link to give to students to help them practice the concept of balancing chemical equations, in their own time (or maybe even during class, depending on the class set up). Nice visual excercises for what many students find to be a hard topic.

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