Test your electron-configuration skills in this animated exercise. Practice writing the abbreviated configurations for some of the common elements on the periodic table.
Listen and learn about Arrhenius acid-base reactions while exploring mixtures, solutions, and their reactions. Examine the photos of the examples discussed in this website and discover how arrhenius acid-base reactions occur.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about naming binary covalent compounds! See how scientists came up with systematic names for many common molecules and study the prefixes and roots for them.
Listen and learn as you discover definitions for acid, base, and acid-base reaction. View example formulas of Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry acid and bases.
Colorful animation outlining the relationship between the temperature and volume of gas particles. See what happens when the number of particles and pressure remains constant and the temperature of the gas is altered.
Learn how to classify matter into elements, compounds, and mixtures while watching this interactive lesson. Listen to the explanation while you discover how to differentiate between different types of matter.
Read and learn about the process in which compounds are named and written. View several examples of written compounds and have access to links that give more information about writing names and formulas for compounds.
Use these step-by-step instructions to introduce yourself to chemical reactions, from balancing chemical equations to solutions and reactions.
This "Introduction to Chemistry" chapter discusses gases and their properties, ideal gas calculations and equation stoichiometry, and Dalton's law of partial pressures. Many pictures, charts, and sample calculations help to further understand the material. A comprehensive review at the end checks for understanding.
Read and learn about strong and weak Arrhenius bases. View the written formula and discover what certain solutions may be dissolved and which molecules can be transferred.
The modern atomic theory chapter from "An Introduction to Chemistry", describes electrons, electron orbitals, and how to draw orbital diagrams. Many pictures and examples help to explain the information. Also find a detailed chapter review at the end of the reading.
The Molecular Structure chapter from "An Introduction to Chemistry" textbook discusses the formation of covalent bonds, drawing Lewis dot structures, and the resonance and molecular geometry of molecules. Many pictures and examples are helpful in understanding the information. Also, find a detailed chapter review with questions that check for comprehension.
Learn about nuclear energy as you listen to the audio book describing nuclear chemistry. View maps, examples, graphs, and pictures describing everything from electrons to beta emissions and more.
Listen and learn as you view examples and explanations of nuclear energy. View examples and formulas for binding energy, nuclear fission, chain reaction, and nuclear power.
This chemistry chapter covers everything about chemical reactions. Read about the collision theory, rates of chemical reactions, reversible reactions, and chemical equilibrium. Many pictures and graphs will help to explain the concepts.
A great overview of the chemical reactions chapter from "An Introduction to Chemistry". This presentation, available in .pdf format, highlights the main ideas from the detailed corresponding chapter on chemical reactions. Use as part of a lecture or note review.
The structure of the atom is uncovered in this interactive tutorial. Discover the different particles of the atom and learn their charges and how they can affect the overall atom.