chemistry:  various resources (notebook presentations; AI programs) 

ap chem textbook topic 1 2 3 misc

welcome 

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ha ha 

tutorials: site 1; site 2 ; class room palette

select Mathematica commands / functions (based on version 7)

access mathematica's step-by-step solution feature

article & supplement about use in high school chemistry

   

 

 

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  electron configuration      
  orbital diagram      
  VSEPR      
  Charles' law      
  osmosis       netlogo
  molecular polarity       java
  misc chem simulation       java
  misc chem - wolfram alpha       1; 2
  statistics (notebook presentation)     nb  
           
ch. 4.5
ion analysis lab based on solubility rules (flow chart: (pdf)      
           

ch. 21.4

 

radioactive decay / dating   (notebook presentation)

exponential decay 

nbp ; cdf

 

 

demo

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ch. 14.1 - 14.2

ch. 14.3

rate law  1 (notebook presentation)

rate law 2  (notebook presentation)

integrated rate law (version 1; comparing 0th , 1st , & 2nd order reactions)

integrated rate law (version 2)

integrated rate law (version 3; CV prelab)

 

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ch. 15.5
use ICE table to find equilibrium [chemical] in association Rx
  nbp
   
           

ch. 16.6 - 16.7

ch. 16.9

pH of weak acid or base

pH of acidic or basic salt

nbp A  nbp B

 

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ch. 17.1 - 17.2

ch. 17.3

 

pH:  acidic buffer;  addition of strong acid  / base

pH of strong base / strong acid titration

acid - base titration simulation

nbp_A  nbp B

 

 

 

 

 

demo

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lab report support

topic
link
prepare lab report using mathematica
intro stats (notebook presentation)
linear regression analysis
t-test
1-anova / Tukey test
variance test
chi-square test

phet stuff

physics:  various resources (animations / simulations)

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"free" cloud access

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*.nbp files; use mathematica player; free download   (or use mathematica); code development by me

2  as above; from demonstration project; code written by others

3   *.nb files; use mathematica; code development by me