Improvement
of
Reading
Speed and Retention:
A SelfStudy Program
Problem
Solving: Discussion
Exercises:
Review of
Mathematical Skills:SelfTests
and Tutorials
MathT's
Simple
Algebra
Significant
Digits
Scientific
Notation
Significant
Digits and Scientific Notation
Prefixes
and
Multipliers:
Multiplication,
Division, and Roots in Scientific Notation: Level 1
Multiplication,
Division, and Roots in Scientific Notation: Level 2
NoFrills
Math for General Chemistry:
logarithms and pH
New
Chemical Names: SelfTests and Tutorials
Elements
Ions
Ionic
Compounds
Binary
Molecular Compounds
Calculating
Mass Percentage of an Element from Chemical Formula:
Self
Testand Tutorial
Balancing
Chemical Reactions: Minilesson
Balancing
Chemical Reactions: SelfTest
Level
I
Level
2
Level
3
Introduction
to Stoichiometry: Interactive Exercise
Stoichiometry:SelfTests
and Tutorials
Level
1a: Simple Mole Ratios with Integral Amounts
Level
1b: Simple Mole Ratios with Fractional Amounts
Level
2a: Mole Ratios with Integral Amounts and Limiting Reagent
Level
2b:
Mole Ratios with Fractional Amounts and Limiting Reagent
Concentration
Conversions: SelfTest
andTutorial
Diluting
Solutions of Strong Acid: SelfTest and Tutorial
Mixing
Solutions of Strong Acid and Strong Base: SelfTest and
Tutorial
Forming
Lewis Structures of Simple Molecules and Ions: SelfTest and
Tutorial
Oxidation
States: SelfTest and Tutorial
Balancing
OxidationReduction Reactions: Rules
Gas Laws: SelfTests
and Tutorials
Boyle's
Law
Problems
Charles'
Law
Problems with Absolute Temperature
Charles'
Law
Problems with Centigrade Temperatures
Ideal
Gas Simulation by Kirk Haines, John Gelder, and
Michael
Abraham Oklahoma State Univ.
Gas
Phase
Reactions  Pressure and Partial Pressures: SelfTests and
Tutorials
Gas
Phase
Reactions  Equilibrium: SelfTest and Tutorial
Analogy
to
Chemical Equilibrium: Tutorial and Simulation
Reaction
Quotient: Discussion
Reaction
Quotient: SelfTests
Reaction
Quotient II:
Self Tests
LeChatelier's Principle:
Discussion, SelfTest and Tutorial (NEW)
Weak Acids and Bases: SelfTest
and
Tutorial
Solubility
Product Constant (Ksp) Problems: SelfTests and Tutorials
Level
1: Calculate Ksp from Solubility
Level
2:
Calculate Solubility from Ksp
Level
3:
Calculate Solubility from Ksp with Common Ions
Electrochemistry: SelfTests
and Tutorials

SIMULATED
EXPERIMENTS:
Statistical
Analysis of Experimental Data
Statistical
Analysis of Weights and Volumes
of RandomlySelected Glass Beads
Density
and
Buoyancy
Weighing
Gases
Gas Laws
 Simulated Experiment for
Boyle's Law,
Charles' Law, Second Virial
Coefficient
Qualitative
Analysis: Cations Group I
The
Case of
the Five Droppers
the classic "five bottles" experiment
Nuclear
Decay and Neutron Activation Analysis
Conductivity
of Ionic Solutions
CoffeeCup
Calorimeter
Drop
Calorimeter
 Determination of Heat Capacity
Bomb
Calorimeter 
Heats of Combustion
Vapor
Pressure and
Heat of Vaporization 
Isoteniscope
Method
Spectrophotometry
Spectrophotometry
 Guided
Inquiry
Colorimetry
 Guided Inquiry
Colorimetry
 actual Experiment
Iodine
Clock
Reaction
Chemical
Kinetics
Surface
Tension Capillary Rise Method
Thermodynamics
of Batteries
Electrochemical
Cells
Column
Chromatography
Discussions
Valence
Shell
Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR)
Dissolution
Processes
Buoyancy
Effects
Intermolecular
Interactions
Bomb
Calorimeter
Assembly and Operation
Chemical
Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Loren Hepler's Magic Jumping Beans
Spectrophotometry
How
to Measure Color
Energy,
Entropy,
and States of Matter
OSMOSIS
and ESCAPING TENDENCY
Resources
Uncertainty
Calculator downloadable
Thermodynamic Study of Irreversible
Adiabatic Processes
Simulations of compression/expansion of ideal gases
corrected for Kinetic Factors due to irreversibility.
Linear
Least Squares Regression with Microsoft Excel
Weighted Least
Squares Regression
Allows
weighting of data based on
uncertainties in Y
and/or X. Allows
mathematical transformation of
data with propagation of uncertainties.
