Learning Exercises

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A lab/demo that shows what happens when a space has a greater percentage of oxygen than the atmosphere. Can be done as a... see more

siemap/FAQ/Links/Glossary/ Click on the Earth and date that you want to see. Click on the El Nino/La Nina and PDO. Great... see more

siemap/FAQ/Links/Glossary/ Click on the Earth and date that you want to see. Click on the El Nino/La Nina and PDO. Great... see more

This activity is aimed at challenging the speed in which students can balance chemical equations. see more

For Americans to practice unit conversion to become familiar with common metric values. Course: Introductory Science see more

This is a popular demonstration known as the fireproof balloon. The site that is linked below has a very clear... see more

Select an element from the illustrated Periodic Table and find information such as - when and how it was discovered - its... see more

This assignment was designed for a lab but could be done in a regular classroom. It is intended to take at least three... see more

In this Pre-lab you will design and conduct the following acid base titration: 1) Hydrochloric acid, HCl (strong acid),... see more

Students use Biology Workbench and Protein Explorer to align either orthologous or paralogous sequences and then... see more

The main objectives of this quantitative experiment are to (1) evaluate the rate constant kR and the reaction orders, (2)... see more

The main objectives of this quantitative experiment are to (1) evaluate the rate constant kR and the reaction orders, (2)... see more

This webpage uses screen capture movies of particle simulations to made comparisons and guide students through a series... see more

Using Discussion Groups to Self-Teach the Ideal Gas Law Course: General Chemistry see more

This worksheet is designed for students to use to guide them through the simulator and have them answer questions on... see more