Computer Based Projects for a Chemistry Curriculum

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Thomas J. Manning, Aurora P. Gramatges

DOI: 10.2174/97816080519391130101
eISBN: 978-1-60805-193-9, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60805-730-6



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This e-book is a collection of exercises designed for students studying chemistry courses at a high school or undergraduate level. The...[view complete introduction]
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Thirty Equations for General Chemistry

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Thomas J. Manning and Aurora P. Gramatges

Abstract

In this exercise students will review the concepts and equations associated with thirty important relationships covered in general chemistry. Students will use a spreadsheet to graph correlations associated with each equation. This exercise may be given at any point in a general chemistry lab curriculum. If given at the beginning of a course than it can serve as an introduction to the course. If the exercise is assigned at the end of a course it serves as an excellent review for many of the concepts covered throughout a semester.

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