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Cool site to learn about different elements

Interactive Google Map with overlay of sea level rise at different amounts.  Students can see what areas of US and world... see more

Illustrates how waveforms interact with each other.

Part of a 2nd year course on first row transition metal chemistry. Spectra displayed using CHIME and JAVA applets... see more

A detailed interactive program that offers a broad overview of chest and cardiac diagnostic imaging. It includes more... see more

This video provides a practical demonstration on how to work with 16S rRNA pyrosequencing datasets using the RDP pipeline... see more

The Peng–Robinson cubic equation of state (CEOS) is used to calculate the inversion curve of the Joule–Thomson effect for... see more

Shockwave tutorials on basic principles of E&M, written at the middle school level.

An online calculator that computes Distribution Uniformity (DU) and precipitation rate from irrigation audit catchment... see more

This is a dynamic simulation of a two-link arm in free-fall Clicking on the Let Go button will start the simulation. The... see more

This is a dynamic simulation (written in Java) of a position-controlled two-link arm. Right mouse moves the base of the... see more

Java software for drawing 2D chemical structures and interface to chemistry database.

Cells as 3D objects is a difficult concept for students to grasp as all diagrams and cells under the microscope appear as... see more

Java software for displaying 3D chemistry. Since OpenSource excellent for extension in programming classes.

This applet shows how using everyday appliances increases our total energy expenditure annually, in dollars and cents.

Simulations of experiments involving the application of an impulse (force over a short time period) to different masses.... see more

Simulation of a (two-dimensional) gas of hard spheres. Shows Maxwell-Boltzmann speed distribution, and illustrates such... see more

The Kirby-Bauer disc diffusion method is one of several standard methods used to measure susceptibility of bacterial... see more

The Knee Injury Scenario leads the student athletic trainer through the injury evaluation process. This is a complete... see more

Aristid Lindenmayer, a botanist, invented L-Systems to describe plant development. L-Systems generates 2-d fractal... see more

This site contains a video about how to use the microscope, a quiz, and a virtual practice lab exercise.

An important aspect of simple Crystal Field Theory is the orientation of the d-orbital lobes with respect to the position... see more

Students create linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities on a coordinate plane. This is like a graphing... see more

Developed at Stanford University, Littlefield Technologies dramatically improves student enthusiasm and understanding of... see more