Explore ion formation, isotopes, and electron orbital placement using interactive models of atomic structure.
How does the Law of Conservation of Energy (the First Law of Thermodynamics) apply to atoms?
Household chemicals mixed in a baggie produce dramatic results.
This model allows you to explore why polar and non-polar substances have very different boiling points.
Explore the effects of homogeneous catalysts.
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Explore what happens when a force is exerted on a ceramic material.
Explore the role of charge in interatomic interactions.
Explore the different kinds of chemical bonds that can form, ranging from non-polar covalent to ionic.
Change the ratios of chemicals and observe the effects to learn how to balance chemical equations.
Investigate the difference in the attractive force between polar and non-polar molecules.
Explore the role of pore size in the diffusion of a substance across a membrane.
Explore the role of a molecule's mass with respect to its diffusion rate.
Explore the role of temperature in the rate of diffusion of a substance.
Explore the random molecular motion of a dye in water.
The interactions of electrons with matter are central to many technologies.
Explore the role of size and shape in the strength of London dispersion attractions.
Explore the interrelationships of pressure, temperature and volume with atomic models.
Explore the polar molecule interactions known as hydrogen bonds.
Explore how London dispersion attraction and dipole-dipole interactions explain the different boiling points of materials.
Explore how states of matter are related to the strength of intermolecular attractions.
Explore the association and dissociation of diatomic molecules.
Does change in concentration change the amount of heat released in a chemical reaction?
Explore what happens when a force is exerted on a metallic material.
Use models of electron arrangement around atoms to discover how molecules form linear, trigonal planar, and trigonal pyramidal shapes.
Explore the structure of a gas at the molecular level.
Explore the structure of a liquid at the molecular level.
Explore the structure of a solid at the molecular level.
Explore the interactions that cause water and oil to separate from a mixture.
Explore what happens at the molecular level during a phase change.
Explore what happens when a force is exerted on a polymeric plastic material.
Explore the role of polarity in the strength of intermolecular attractions.
Investigate the probability map of electron orbitals.
Build "partnerships" between a protein and small molecules. Explore the effects of surface charge, polarity and shape.
Explore different types of attractions between molecules.
Explore molecular views of solvents and solutes to explain how substances dissolve.
How do the forces and attractions differ between the states of matter?
Explore the relationship between the temperature of a gas and the pressure it exerts on its container.
Explore the relationship between the temperature of a gas and its volume.
Investigate the relationship between the volume of a gas and the pressure it exerts on its container.
Explore what happens when a force is exerted on a rubber tire.
Zoom down from what we can see with our own eyes to the macromolecules from which they are made.
Explore pressure at the atomic level.
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