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Chapter 1: Foundations of Chemistry
- Creation Museum—Find lots of great resources on Biblical Creationism and even plan a visit to an outstanding Creation science museum.
- Answers in Genesis—This conservative Creation science organization offers many online and print resources. Speakers and degree programs are also available.
- Institute for Creation Research—This Creation science organization offers many online and print resources. A listing of event dates and locations is also available.
- Scientific Models—Provides additional discussion regarding the concept of the scientific model as well as many practical examples
Chapter 2: Matter
- Water and Ice—This site provides interactive molecular structures of water and ice. Quiz questions are also presented on the webpage.
- States of Matter A and States of Matter B—These short simulations will help students visualize the molecular properties of liquid, solid, and vapor.
- Superinsulator—Help keep your students current on recent scientific developments. Access this link and discuss the information found in this April 2008 article.
- Bose-Einstein Condensate—Provides an interesting lesson with dialogue, images, and lots of information on the BEC
- Atomic Microscopy—Animations that show how a scanning tunneling microscope works
- Water Vapor, Ice, and Microwaves—While studying states of matter, the students may be interested in this dialogue regarding the chemistry behind heating water and foods with microwaves.
Chapter 3: Measuring and Calculating
- History of the SI—Provides a brief history of the SI
- SI Rules—Provides an extensive list of rules for using SI terminology in reports and research
Chapter 4: Atomic Structure
- STM Images—Overview information and images of STM on Wikipedia
- More STM Images—Lots of images of STM with description (click Preparation of Specimen and Photo Gallery)
- X-rays—Provides a variety of bone x-rays
- Electron Energy—This site provides a fun explanation of the energy levels of electrons.
- Uncertainty Principle—Visit this site to see a video of a physicist explaining the uncertainty principle using a laser beam.
- Atomic Orbitals—This site provides colorful images of atomic orbitals s, p, d, and f that may help students better comprehend the electron structure of an atom.
- Quantum Numbers—Provides information about the link between quantum numbers and Schrodinger’s equations
Chapter 5: Elements
- Ununbium—A link to the history of this new element, now known as copernicium
- Interactive Periodic Table—This link will take you to an interactive periodic table of the elements with in-depth information on each element.
- Linus Pauling Exhibit—This link will take you to a museum exhibit about the life and career of Linus Pauling.
- Chemistry Review—This site provides educational games for reviewing element symbols, metric prefixes, oxidation numbers, acids and bases, and more. It could also be used in other chapters, such as 3 and 16.
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