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CORE_Index (home page) provides access to animations, demonstration videos, lab videos and lab documents taken from an online AP Chemistry course developed by NCSSM chemistry instructors Dr. Myra Halpin and Chuck Roser. CORE provides all the supporting resource materials from this course, but without the course instruction documents themselves. These materials are available to NCSSM students and instructors, and may be used by the general educational community worldwide for classroom support. Chemical Education Research Group Simulations Chemistry Experiment Simulations and Conceptual Computer Animations Chemical Education Research Group Department of Chemistry 3051 Gilman Hall, Iowa State University Ames, IA, 50011 USA (515) 294-7718 Tom Greenbowe (firstname.lastname@example.org) Professor of Chemistry and Coordinator of General Chemistry Iowa State University Ames, IA 50011 These files are zipped files. To save the files, click on the links and save the files.
Chemistry Review Summary A water molecule has no overall or “net” charge. It is neutral. Because of the way oxygen and hydrogen are bonded together, water has an area of positive charge and an area of negative charge. Thriving Garden in Sealed Bottle Hasn't Been Watered in Over 40 Years When David Latimer planted a seed in a glass bottle on Easter Sunday of 1960 out of pure curiosity, he had no idea that it would flourish into a mass of greenery that would thrive untouched for several decades. Now, over half a century later, the sealed bottle garden is still growing as vigorously as ever, filling the bottle entirely with lush plant life, despite the fact that the last time Latimer watered it was in 1972. After initially pouring some compost into the globular bottle, Latimer used a wire to carefully lower in a spiderworts seeding, and then added a pint of water to the mix.
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Workbench - Database Molecular Workbench offers interactive, visual simulations and activities that have been widely used in science teaching for students of all ages. Our database is designed to provide teachers and students with easy access to our model-based activities. The activities are derived largely, but not entirely, from projects of the Concord Consortium sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The models are primarily of interactions of atoms and molecules, or rule-based genetics. All activities are accompanied by: colored icons to indicate degree of support technological requirements links to concepts and disciplines links to standards links to some textbooks