Reaction Rates and Chemical Kinetics  
In Reaction Rates and Chemical Kinetics students explore the particle nature of chemical reactions, from collision theory to reaction mechanisms. This interactive simulation uses particles in a reaction chamber as a concrete representation of a chemical system allowing students to study chemical reactions in a manner not possible in the textbook or laboratory. Reaction Rates and Chemical Kinetics features engaging investigations that have students delve into such topics as reaction rates, factors affecting the rate of reaction, chemical thermodynamics, and much more. In addition, students will develop and enhance important skills in scientific processes and methods, critical thinking, and problem-solving, such as collecting and analyzing data, understanding cause and effect relationships, interpreting models and diagrams, and hypothesizing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Allows to study properties of enzymatic reactions by photometrically measuring the initial rate of synthesis of a product. Enzyme principles that can be investigated with this lab are pH and temperature optimums, Michaelis-Menton constants such as Km, Ki and Vmax, and the different classes of inhibitors.
Submitted: Nov 01, 2000
Principles of Electrochemistry  
With Principles of Electrochemistry students can study the practical application of redox reactions and investigate the interrelationship between electrical and chemical energy. Investigations include exploring the nature of a battery, electromotive force and cell potential, and applications of electrochemical systems, such as electroplating and the electrolysis of water. Most importantly, the simulation and activities of Principles of Electrochemistry allow students to manipulate a number of features of either an electrolytic or voltaic cell and instantaneously to measure the voltage and to observe changes in color and concentration.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Electrochemical Cells  
Electrochemical Cells Windows Software and shareware for students and teachers of electrochemistry. Build virtual electrochemical cells.
Submitted: Dec 23, 2000
The Lac Operon  
This program, developed with the aid of Asymetrix Toolbook, comprises a sequence of animations illustrating the function of the lac operon (genes that code for proteins involved in lactose uptake and metabolism). It is designed for use on 1st year biochemistry undergraduate courses or subsidiary courses for physiologists, pharmacists, pharmacologists, biologists and pre-clinical medicine & dentistry.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Allows students to study the relationship of the structure and function of hemoglobin to the structure and function of human red blood cells. They use techniques such as gel electrophoresis, peptide sequencing, and computer modeling to study hemoglobin structure. They can investigate how mutations in hemoglobin genes affect its polypeptide sequence and relate these effects to the symptoms of individual case studies.
Submitted: Nov 01, 2000
Structure of the Atom  
Greater understanding and insight into the structure and nature of modern atomic theory are only a click away in Structure of the Atom. Throughout this engaging unit, students have the opportunity to follow the history of atomic theory from Dalton to Rutherford to Schrodinger. The simulations and interactive explorations in Structure of the Atom present dynamic and easy-to-understand models that enable students to explore and investigate various atomic theories, with special emphasis on the quantum mechanical model.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Educational Software  
Guide to Educational Software currently used in teaching Biochemistry at UniServe Science.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Model Science Software  
Model Science Software develops simulation software for education, including our chemistry lab simulation software, known as Model ChemLab, which can be used for distance learning over the Internet.
Submitted: Dec 23, 2000
The Molecular Basis Of Medicine  
This package is primarily aimed at medical students without 'A'-level Biology, but is also suitable for students in Biochemistry and related subjects. The content consists of an introduction to cell structure (with diagrams and electron micrographs); an introduction to proteins, lipids and nucleic acids; DNA replication, transcription and translation (illustrated with animations of these processes).
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Chemistry Tutorial  
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to some of the chemical concepts which are necessary to understand biology.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
This program simulates experimental measurements of the rate of a reaction catalysed by an enzyme which obeys Michaelis Menten kinetics. The values of Vmax and Km, and their sensitivity to pH are selected at random from a realistic range of values stored by the program. Furthermore, the program determines whether a reversible inhibitor acts competitively, non-competitively or uncompetitively.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Lab Safety Training  
Great new Laboratory Safety series created in PowerPoint. These new customizable courses provide comprehensive coverage of important lab safety topics in a complete course package containing: Editable presentation slides in Microsoft PowerPoint Quality reproducible Student WorkbookEnd-of-course test & Completion Certificate (on disk)Hard copies of slides for presentation notes Requires Microsoft Windows 3.1, 98 or 98 & PowerPoint.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Model ChemLab  
Model ChemLab originated from academic work in computer simulation and software design at McMaster University. It has continued to be developed with extensive input from educators interested in the possible application of computer simulations for classroom and distance learning.
Submitted: Jan 06, 2001
Riverdeep's Chemistry ToolBox  
Chemistry ToolBox offers students a suite of powerful and flexible tools for exploring and investigating a variety of chemical concepts and ideas. These dynamic tools and engaging activities encourage investigation, develop problem solving and analytical skills, and make learning chemical concepts an interactive process.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
This program simulates experimental measurements in an antigen competition assay - where labelled and unlabelled antigen compete for binding sites on a limited number of antibody molecules.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
The Biology Project  
Online interactive resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. Content includes Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Mendelian Genetics, and Immunology.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry: Journal Home  
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Submitted: Jan 06, 2001
Chem1Ware specializes in the development of CAI lesson materials that provide comprehensive, in-depth instruction in the major topics of General Chemistry. Although they are intended mainly for the first-year University level, many of the lessons in each set are suitable for high school courses, especially those involving AP or IB programs. Similarly, some of the lessons extend somewhat beyond the traditional content of General Chemistry, making many of these materials useful as review or supplementary materials for courses in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, biochemistry, and chemical technology.
Submitted: Dec 23, 2000
CHEMIX Learning Tools  
CHEMIX School is an educational tool for learning chemistry. It is basically geared toward college level chemistry but also high school students, chemists and teachers. CHEMIX School is equipped with a periodic table, conversion table, dictionary, function fit/plot and advanced calculators for molecules, thermochemistry, electrochemistry, weak acid/base, solubility, spectroscopy (IR, NMR and MS) and stoichiometry (balance).
Submitted: Dec 23, 2000
The Elemental program v2.05 is the most comprehensive periodic table program available for today's industrial chemist, laboratory researcher, and student. Continuously updated, the Elemental program currently boasts listings on 112 known elements with over forty data traits on each element.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Graphics Gallery  
Resources for college level biochemistry -- classroom molecular graphics using RasMol and SwissPdbViewer.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2000
Organic Chemistry  
Organic Chemistry Software for Windows by Chemware for high school students and teachers.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Ultra V  
Ultra V, originally released in 1997, is on the second major release of this truly impressive laboratory program. This powerful database and calculation tool covers the complete realm of ultraviolet absorbers useful in polymers and plastics, paints and coatings, cosmetics, clothing, food packaging, frontier, and other industries.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000
Exploring the Gas Laws  
In Exploring the Gas Laws students have the opportunity to explore the qualitative and quantitative nature of ideal and real gases. Through this dynamic simulation students have a working model of a system that visually displays the behavior of gases in a variety of conditions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2000

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