Chapters 11–15 | Chemistry Web Links

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Chapter 11: Solids and Liquids

  • Hydrogen Bonding—A short animation that will help clarify the concept of hydrogen bonds in water
  • Dispersion Forces—An animation showing the electron distribution of nonpolar molecules as they form temporary dipoles, creating dipoles in neighboring molecules
  • Sublimation of Iodine—A video demonstration that leads you step by step through the sublimation of iodine and the formation of iodine crystals (Note: If you decide to perform this demonstration, please follow all safety precautions.)
  • Crystal Gallery—A colorful photo display of a large variety of crystals
  • Liquid Crystal Gallery—A beautiful collection of liquid crystal photomicrographs accompanied by explanations
  • Straw Wrapper Capillary Action—A scientific explanation for a common trick that teens like to do in restaurants
  • Swamp Coolers—Information about the evaporative cooling system nicknamed the “swamp cooler”
  • Phase Changes—An interactive phase diagram that lets you manipulate conditions and shows the triple point of water

Chapter 12: Solutions

  • Endothermic vs. Exothermic—A colorful, narrated animation of water freezing and melting that demonstrates the principles of endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • Polarity and Solubility—An informative video demonstrating how polarity affects solubility and miscibility
  • Table Salt in Water—A colorful animation that demonstrates the process that occurs when ionic compounds dissolve
  • Supersaturation—A video demonstrating the crystallization of sodium acetate from a supersaturated solution in a flask
  • Hot Ice—A video and thorough explanation of hot ice, which is the rapid crystallization of sodium acetate initiated by a seed crystal in a supersaturated solution
  • Peanut Brittle Chemistry—An interesting activity that replaces the usual ingredient names with chemical names to create a tasty supersaturated solution

Chapter 13: Chemical Thermodynamics

Chapter 14: Chemical Kinetics

  • Collision Theory—An animation demonstrating the effects of temperature, orientation, and catalysts on the rate of chemical reactions
  • Collision Theory and Orientation—A short, narrated animation that demonstrates the favorability of a reaction under proper and improper orientation
  • Activated Complex—A narrated animation that discusses the energy profiles of endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • Catalysts—Lots of information on homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts, especially how they apply to industry
  • Pharmacokinetics—Information on pharmacokinetics, including pages on absorption, bioavailability, distribution, excretion, and metabolism
  • Pharmacokinetics and Medication Absorption—A narrated animation of the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of medications via oral, intramuscular, and intravenous administration

Chapter 15: Chemical Equilibrium

  • Dynamic Equilibrium—A concise video about the relationship between open and closed systems and dynamic equilibrium
  • Dancing Gummi Bear—Instructions for the popular dancing gummi bear demonstration that shows a product-favored reaction
  • Le Châtelier's Principle—A narrated animation of Le Châtelier's principle
  • What Makes Ice Melt Fastest?—A project you can use as a demonstration or as a lab for your students
  • Respiration—An informative narrated animation about gas exchange and partial pressures during respiration
  • Watching the Haber Process—An animation showing the production of ammonia using the Haber process
  • Barium Tests—Information on the different kinds of barium medical tests and how barium shows up on x-ray film

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