Acid-Base titration applet that plots pH changes as student adds acid or base. Gives choice of indicators (only two right now). Compares plots for titration of traditional solution and a buffered solution (several choices for comparison). Can alter starting concentrations.
These animated GIF images will demonstrate the effects of the various gas laws with a colorful model and graph.
This game has students match a picture of laboratory equipment with the correct name. The equipment mentioned in this game includes test tube holder, graduated cylinder, flask, beaker, watch glass, wash bottle, funnel, medicine dropper, evaporating dish, utility clamp, ring stand, beaker tongs, stir rod, crucible, collection bottle, test tube.
This game is like classic battle ship, but in order to successfully "hit" a target the player must correctly answer a question about lab safety.
This game presents moderately challenging metric calculations in a format similar to "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?".
This animation allows students to explore the elements and various periodic trends.
Animation of precipitation reactions (double-replacement or double-displacement reaction in this animation) at the molecular level.
This quiz lets students receive immediate feedback on their understanding of metric prefixes and mixes in a little scientific trivia that utilizes prefixes.
This tutorial introduces basic laboratory equipment. It has a matching activity at the end that provides feedback on the student's recognition and naming of various equipment.
This exercise gives students immediate feedback on their scientific notation conversion skills. Students may do practice problems and/or take quizzes.
This quiz on significant figures and rounding provides the students with immediate feedback.
Single-displacement reaction of zinc metal reacting with copper(II) sulfate at the molecular level
This Java applet is a game designed to provide practice in significant figures for beginners. Users view a number and must determine the number of significant figures. Scores are automatically tallied, with short explanations given for incorrect responses. This item is part of a larger collection of physics applets.
Structure of solids, liquids and gases at the molecular level is shown in this animation.
Shows chemical elements' different phases at molecular level.
This applet allows the user to vary pressure, volume, moles of gas, and temperature, then observe the effects via an animation. Various user-defined plots can also be generated.
Shockwave animations that illustrate many of the topics in the Chemistry-first version of An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop.