Chemistry Labs - OnlineLabs.in - Virtual laboratory simulations for science education Below is a list of freely available online chemistry lab resources, including general chemistry and organic chemistry simulations. Virtual Lab Simulator – From The ChemCollective. It started as the IrYdium Project’s Virtual Lab.
Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System: Exoplanets 101 Exoplanet– a planet that orbits another star The blocky space telescope was still getting its bearings, just a few months after launch, when the floodgates burst open. As NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope science team was wrapping up a 10-day trial run, they saw something that bordered on the unbelievable: the telescope's first detection of a rocky, Earth-sized world outside our solar system. The planet, a hot, heavy world dubbed Kepler 10b, would be among the early nuggets in a coming gold rush of exoplanet discovery—taking us from a handful of planets confirmed to be in orbit around other stars to more than 3,300 today, all in the space of two decades.
Teacher Resources Teacher Programs JLab Science Activities for Teachers (JSAT) - An afternoon science program for 5th, 6th and 8th grade teachers. [Program Dates: September 2016 - May 2017] Physical Science Investigation - Jefferson Lab (PSI: JLab) - A week long summer program for teachers! [Application Deadline: June 30th, 2016] Teacher Night at Jefferson Lab - Teacher Night will be held on April 13th, 2016. Chemistry resources for Teachers and Students Search over 2000 substance pages for compound structures, properties, spectra, and more. Teaching analytical chemistry? Spectraschool is a great place to start.
Chemistry resources for Teachers and Students Search over 2000 substance pages for compound structures, properties, spectra, and more. Teaching analytical chemistry? Spectraschool is a great place to start. The Molecular View of Equilibrium Text below taken from Kinetic Theory of Gases: Molecular Speeds Other sections state that increasing the temperature increases the speeds at which molecules move. We are now in a position to find just how large that increase is for a gaseous substance. climate.nasa The world seems smaller to Steve Wofsy than it used to. He’s the lead scientist for NASA’s Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) mission, an airborne mission to survey the gases on the world’s atmosphere that has just finished up a round-the-world flight. I met with Steve in February in Christchurch, New Zealand, at a hotel an easy ten-minute walk from the international airport. The proximity was key because that's where NASA's DC-8 research plane sat amid large warehouse-sized hangars and equipment on a section of the airport run by the U.S.
Quarks and Quirks DONE!( Almost.) Aside from some of the labs near the end of the course and a “living books” assignment yet to be wiggled into the schedule, this syllabus is complete. If you want to follow us in real-time, visit us at Let’s Not Burn Down the House. The pace may not match the pace here perfectly, as real life rarely imitates even the best-planned syllabus, but we try.