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Unique interactive multimedia Chemistry teaching software that tests students as they learn. Topics include: elements, atoms and molecules, word equations, chemical symbols, Periodic Table, chemical formulas, balancing chemical equations.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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The Atom Builder 1.0 Chemistry teaching software which simulates the building of any of the first 20 atoms (up to calcium) on screen. Learn how atoms are formed from electrons, protons and neutrons and how the electrons are arranged in shells or energy levels.
Covalent Bonding 1.0 Chemistry teaching software which simulates the bonding of covalent compounds on screen. Learn how covalent compounds are formed by atoms sharing electrons. Includes a reference section to support students learning with basic facts and information.
Description: Unique interactive multimedia Chemistry teaching software that tests students as they learn. Topics covered include: elements, atoms and molecules, word equations, chemical symbols, Periodic Table and chemical formulas. Plus interactive simulations to teach the balancing of chemical equations and the formulas of ionic compounds. As far as possible, skills are taught through familiar examples, to help reinforce general chemical knowledge. Written by a teacher for use in schools, but an excellent personal tutor for anyone beginning to study Chemistry. Questions constantly test understanding and hints are given when answers are wrong.
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