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The Chemistry Games, Labs, & Demos software is a set of tutorials, labs, demonstrations, and games on basic chemistry topics. A brief description of each software module is given below. These products are also sold separately.
The software is downloaded as a Zip file. Unzip all of the files which will consist of an exe file, several file folders, and this file. When run, this exe file will install the Chemistry Games, Labs, & Demos software onto your computer. The three folders include the experiment handouts and other files for the Gas Laws Lab, the Ideal Gas Law Simulator, and Equilibrium Simulator modules.
System Requirements: PC running Windows XP or later
NAME THAT ELEMENT GAME
In the Name That Element Game, students play three games designed to help them learn the 51 most common element names and symbols.
ATOMIC NUMBERS GAME
In the Atomic Numbers Game, students are given some information and must find either the atomic number, the atomic mass, or the number of electrons, protons, or neutrons.
CHEMICAL FORMULAS GAME
Students can practice naming chemical formulas in two game formats. .
BALANCING EQUATIONS CHALLENGE
This tutorial includes a brief history of the conservation of mass, step by step instructions and strategies on balancing equations, and a set of 40 problems (in four sets of ten) of increasing difficulty.
GAS LAWS LAB
The Gas Laws Lab software is a set of three experiments using a computer simulation of a gas moving in a closed container.
IDEAL GAS LAW SIMULATOR
The Ideal Gas Law Simulation software simulates gas molecules in a chamber where the four variables of temperature, pressure, volume, and the number of moles can be changed and measured.
DROPPING IONS GAME
The Dropping Ions Game software allows students to both learn and practice their knowledge of the charges on the most common chemical ions in a fun way.
The Equilibrium Simulator illustrates visually, using colored molecules for both reactants A and B and products C and D, the process of a reaction moving towards equilibrium. Included are four experiments which utilize four variations of the simulation.
Purchaser may install software on one computer at school, one computer at home, and 10 or less in their classroom for use by purchaser and their students only. By buying a second license, purchaser may install software on one computer at home, one computer at school, and all computers in their classroom for use by purchaser and their students only. For computer lab installation or school site licenses, please contact Multimedia Science at email@example.com