Odyssey version 5

Odyssey version 4 stuff.

The below content was developed using Instructor's edition of Odyssey version 4 or 5.

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average  KE

dipole moment

energy

link for a comparsion to the different levels of content in the software: introductory; high school; AP, college.

caveat: A superficial examination of the preceding link shows that there are some simulations in the high school level that is absent in the college level, i.e. do not assume that the college level contains the same content as the high school level plus additional content.

student access to odyssey software (requires on-campus computer; there is currently 10 floating licenses, so there's a maximum of 10 simultaneous users): for a PC: Windows icon → All programs → student menu → science applications → Odyssey.

user guide is on the school's server: Windows icon --> all programs --> student menu (or staff menu) --> odyssey

student primer (read at least the first 2 pages); teacher primer; still another primer ; support

covalent compounds

dynamic nature of covalent molecules using ethanol as a model molecule (*.odylab): (i) space-filling versus ball & stick model, (ii) molelcular motions: vibrational, rotational, & translational, (iii) temperature & molecular motion, (iv) molecular motion & physical state, (v) polarity map (i.e. electrostatic potential map); V4

dynamic molecule

Ionic compounds

3-dimensional structure of select ionic compounds (*.odylab; ~ 200 kB): ionic compounds containing (i) monoatomic ions and (ii) polyatomic ions. V4

ionic compound

Biochem - amino acids & proteins

introduction to amino acids & proteins (*.odylab; ~ 910 kB): (i) amino acid structure, (ii) peptide bond, (iii) protein structure, and (iv) relative size of amino acid, protein, and water; V4

hemoglobin

Intermolecular force

bond & molecular polarity (*.odylab; ~ 150 kB): (i) charge and (ii) polarity map (i.e. electrostatic potential map) of simple diatomic molecules. V4

 

 

 

 

 

bond molecular polarity

molecular polarity(*.odylab; ~ 158 kB): (i) charge, (ii) polarity map of multi-atom (i.e. 3 - 5 atoms) molecules. For a more complex molecule, see e.g. the preceding covalent compound activity using ethanol. V4

molecular dipole moment

dipole-dipole & London IMF (*.odylab; ~ 433 kB): (i) dipole-dipole IMF, (ii) relative dipole-dipole IMF based on molecule's dipole moment and its relationship to the molecules' boiling point. V4

 

 

probe dipole dipole forces

hydrogen bonding IMF (*.odylab; ~ 265 kB): (i) various polar compounds, (ii) hydration shell, and (iii) various biomolecules. V4

hydrogen bonding

vaporization (*.odylab; ~ 159 kB): (i) gas versus liquid molecular motion, (ii) evaporation versus condensation, (iii) effect of temperature. V4

vaporization

London IMF (*.swf; ~ 25 MB; not Odyssey based simulation; requires shockwave plugin). view parts 1 & 2 of animation; assignment: . to "pause" the animation, right-click --> deselect "play"; to resume, select "play". article; supporting info

London IMF

 

thermodynamics (under development)

internal energy (*.odylab; ~ 291 kB; pending) V5 1st law of thermodynamics (*.odylab; ~ 222 kB; pending) V5 entropy (*.odylab; ~ 255 kB; pending) V5

Gas

pressure (*.odylab; ~ 212 kB) V5

 

 

 

 

 

real gas (*.odylab; ~ 558 kB; under development): PV / nRT, an index of "ideal" gas behavior, as a function of V, T, or n. V4

real gas_volume

 

relate (i) temperature vs. pressure and (ii) temperature vs. speed - as a function of a gas' molar mass. (*.odylab; ~ 251 kB) V4

pressure temperature relationship

gas collision (*.odylab; ~ 166 kB; under development): estimate mean free time & length of the mean free path as a function of temperature, # gas molecules, & volume. V4

gas collisions

kinetic theory of gas (*.odylab; ~ 369 kB): effect of molecule's mass & system's temperature on KE & speed. V4

 

gas speed histogram

kinetics

reaction mechanism. (*.odylab; ~ 215 kB) based on careful observations of the simulation, deduce the reaction mechanism. V5

reaction mechanism

determine the proper orientation upon collision for a reaction to happen. (*.odylab; ~ 242 kB) V5

 

collision orientation

reaction energy profile of a multi-step reaction mechanism.(*.odylab; ~ 2.4 MB) V5

reaction energy profile