ON THIS PAGE - WEB Resources for Chapters 17-20 ALSO LOOK ON C17 LINKS PAGE


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List of Models, Simulations & Graphics Links (139 sites)
PERIODIC TABLE SITES

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SIMS

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ORBITS

 

Simulation of Rutherford's alpha-particle scattering   http://physics.berea.edu/~king/Teaching/ModPhys/QM/Rutherford/Rutherford.html

Atom - The Incredible World - http://library.thinkquest.org/19662/low/eng/exp-rutherford.html

The Orbitron:a gallery of atomic orbitals and molecular orbitals on the WWW http://www.shef.ac.uk/chemistry/orbitron/index.html

http://orbits.00space.com/simmolecule.html So what's up with this? Well... this simulation shows that, based on Ernest Rutherford's "planetary" model, it is possible to develop atoms with concentric "shells" and further, that these atoms can clump together into molecules. At no point has quantum mechanics or the Schrodinger equation been employed for these simulations (see also the atom simulation).

Physics 2000- Try out the SIM on this page an see how a water molecule reacts to a nearby particle with a negative charge  http://www.colorado.edu/physics/2000/index.pl then try some of their other simulations below


Atom/Light Interaction


Population Inversion


Creating a Laser


Water Rotates


Microwaves & Water


Friction


Adding Waves


Classic Two-Slit Exp.


Electron Interference

Bose-Einstein-Condensation


Energy Levels

Laser Cooling I

Laser Cooling II

Laser Cooling III


Gas Temperature


Optical Molasses


Magnetic Trapping
 


Evaporative Cooling
 

 


Periodic Tables

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ATOMIC & MOLECULAR MODELS

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Molecular Library ... Molecule of the Month Page. ... Also has an excellent Math and Science Section; Physics
2000 Physics 2000, is an interactive journey through modern physics! ... www.nyu.edu/pages/mathmol/library/

***The Poon-Mundy Computer Demonstrations http://www.colby.edu/chemistry/OChem/demoindex.html  were developed by Professor Thomas Poon (now at Claremont-McKenna College) and Professor Emeritus Bradford Mundy (Colby College)

 

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JAVA APPLETS

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Virtual Physics Laboratory

Created by Taiwanese physicist Fu-Kwun Hwang, these Java applets explain a multitude of physical principles. Topics include:

Interactive Physics and Math with Java

This set of 23 educational physics applets was written by Sergey and Tanya Kiselev. Topics include:

Virtual Laboratory

A large set of physics and astronomy applets are available from this University of Oregon site. Topics include:

Bohr's Atom
Part of the Physics2000 site, this applet demonstrates the Bohr model of the atom.

The Ideal Atmosphere
This is an interesting simulation of Earth's atmosphere. Note how the pressure is greatest at sea level.

Bragg's Law and Diffraction
See how factors such as wavelength, distance, and angle affect the diffraction of an X ray through a crystal in this Java applet by Konstantin Lukin.

Venturi Tube Simulation
This applet illustrates the fluid dynamics of a Venturi tube. You can use this simulation to verify Bernoulli's principle.

 

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SHOCKWAVE INTERACTIONS

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Explore Science

Written by Raman Pfaff, this award-winning site features a great collection of Shockwave simulations, including:

Java applets can only be viewed with a Java-enabled browser, such as version 3.0 or higher of Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. To view the Shockwave interactions, you must install the Macromedia Shockwave plug-in. Note: For better interaction, load Java applets and Shockwave plug-ins before you need them.

 

MORE PERIODIC TABLES ON LINE

Chemical Elements.com - interactive periodic table created especially for K-12 students.

Chemicool Periodic Table - provides detailed properties for each element.

Element Tables - information on the elements viewable in periodic table form or listed by name, symbol, or atomic number.

Hyper Chemistry's Periodic Table - numeric data plus descriptive information for each element. Searchable by symbol, name, or number.

Kostas' Periodic Table of the Elements - offers general elements information, data, nuclides, molecular mass calculator, and a printable version with custom properties.

Los Alamos Laboratory's Periodic Table of the Elements - with history, properties, and uses for each element.

Magnetic Resonance Periodic Table - customized periodic table gauged for users of magnetic resonance as a spectroscopic and diagnostic tool.

Michael's Periodic Table of the Elements - large-scale printable rendering.

Modeling the Periodic Table - interactive simulation with which you can create your own model of the Periodic Table. Includes a teacher's guide.

Noble Gases - includes information, properties, and pictures of the six Noble gases: helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon.

Periodic Spiral - interactive table of elements laid out in a spiral pattern which integrates the lanthanides and actinides, and helps show the relationship of hydrogen.

Periodic Table - basic display with clickable properties.

Periodic Table of Comic Books - click on an element in this table and see full, referenced comic book pages and covers involving that element. See how comic book heroes have been influenced by chemistry.

Periodic Table of Isotopes

Periodic Table of Poetry, The - chemistry and poetry together as never before. Click on an element for a related poem, or submit your own poem for unclaimed elements.

Periodic Table of Science Fiction - presents short stories about each element.

Periodic Table of the Elements - by atomic number, name, or symbol.

Periodic-table.com - displays basic properties.

Phoenix High School's Periodic Table of Elements - displays properties and electron configurations.

Pictorial Periodic Table - searchable by text or property; includes pictures of elements, a brief history of the periodic table, and links.

Theodore Gray's Periodic Table of the Elements - features a wooden periodic table with samples of each element included as part of the table.

Visual Elements - provides a visual interpretation of the table of elements.

X-Ray Periodic Table - exposes the x-ray properties of each element.

Yogi's Behemoth Periodic Table of Elements


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