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Clausius Clapeyron simulation is presented for a variety of liquids at or near the boiling point and across extended... see more

A very effective presentation of simple cubic lattices

A Wolfram simulation showing titration of various acids with a strong base.

A comprehensive online guide to help you solve your own problems in organic chemistry.

The Gibbs function is plotted as a function of the extent of reaction.

Van der Waals isotherms are presented with interactive simulation power. The Maxwell construction is available as a... 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

Optical properties such as dipole moment, oscillator strength, absorption and energy for graphene are available in an... see more

A limited Wolfram demonstration showing 3D interactive models for various numbers of electron domains with varying... see more

A marvellous Wolfram demonstration in which elemental property can be selected and then the periodic table is displayed... see more

This is an automated demonstration enabling the user to measure the optical rotatory dispersion of a mixture of optical... see more

A planar hexagonal lattice is rolled up into a cylinder. This can be an illustration of how a graphene sheet forms a... see more

This Chime-based tutorial introduces point-group symmetry elements and operations. The material is appropriate for any... see more

Part of a 2nd year Inorganic course on first row transition metal ions. CHIME displays of spinels, CdCl2, CdI2, CrCl3 etc... see more

Tutorials on molecular modelling and crystallography are offered. User is shown how to build and examine cubic and... see more

Fifty files with the pdb format that describe the geometric characteristics of simple inorganic molecules. Theses files... see more

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

This applet simulates the titration of a weak acid (in the beaker) with a strong base (in the burette). The pK of the... see more

This site shows the condensation reaction involved in peptides and protein synthesis.

This applet allows you to see the Gibbs Free Energy Equation from a qualitative or quantitative standpoint. You can... see more

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

A qualitative, non-math conversational -- but substantial -- introduction to the second law via practical everyday... see more

Java Applet on the Law of Radioacive Decay that is part of a larger collection of Physics Applets.