CHM 1020 - General Chemistry II
Computer resources such as ISEE Player for STELLA, a PointPoint Viewer, Chime, and downloadable instructions for the graphing calculator and Excel are on the Physical Sciences Department Webpage.
PowerPoint Introductory Slides (for best animation, 2002/XP version is needed) for Topics covered in class:
All STELLA models needed for projects and classroom activities- click here for a self-extracting zipped file. Download to a disk or your desktop, and then click on the file. It will open a folder of models. The unzipped file will fit on a regular disk!
Excel interactive spreadsheet - review of mathematical functions used in modeling data
Quadratic Equation root finder and graph - Click here (interactive Excel spreadsheet)
Bond Energy Calculator - an interactive Excel spreadsheet - Click here
Good source of bond energies at the Wired Chemist - Click here
Elements, Mixtures, Compounds, and Reactions - slide show (very good review for "Molecules in a Box" approach)
Stella model for dissolved oxygen (a simulation to change variables) Instructions for getting started with STELLA and how to run simulations- Click here (pdf) If you are doing this in one of the college computer labs use Internet Explorer.
Arrhenius Equation - an interactive Excel spreadsheet exploring rate constants as a function of temperature for reversible reactions, the temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant, and more about the Arrhenius plot.
An Interactive Graphical Approach to Chemical Kinetics - explores order of reactions and a variety of plots
Chemical Equilibrium: The Kinetics of Reversible Reactions - concentration vs. time, rate vs. time, concentration ratios, and temperature effects
Developing a Problem Solving Strategy for Chemical Equilibrium Problems (ICE chart) - click here (pdf) A very helpful handout!!!
Le Chatelier Meter (Excelet)
Exploring a gaseous system under stress - animated PowerPoint show with handout (review)
A series of interactive Excel spreadsheets for Acid-Base Chemistry:
Chlorination of Natural Waters (real-world application of weak acid equilibrium)
Studying the Behavior of Weak Acids Using Distribution Diagrams (handout for monoprotic acids)
Acid-Base Titrations: Another Point of View Stella model (use Internet Explorer)
A Review - PowerPoint
Examining the Formation of a Complex Ion: Ag(NH3)2+ - distribution of species and solubility effects
Water molecules in motion - click here for a Shockwave animation
Vibrations in Metallic Solids (Excel)
Matter, Motion, and Entropy: A Review - PowerPoint Show
Metals and Corrosion (Excel) Pracitce with half-cell reactions and standard and non-standard electrode potentials