If you are a student in one of my classes you will find material that is supplementary, not essential.
If you want to know more about a topic we have discussed--or want a different perspective--try the Topics section. On those same pages you will find supplementary practice problems as well. The online "lectures" approximate what might go on in class on a good day :-). If you're absent or need a quick review, that's the place to go.
Since this site is always under development, feel free to let me know if there is something else you would find helpful here. You can either tell me in class or e-mail me here.Read More
The periodic table below is the gateway to the element project at this site. You can select a family of elements by clicking on the group number. Individual elements can be accessed by clicking on the symbol. Information includes a picture of the element (when available), a short background description, and links to other sites containing additional background
After the table you will find a short list of some of the many tables available on the WWW.and data.Read More
READ ME FIRST TO FIND OUT ABOUT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR VIEWING THESE LECTURE PRESENTATIONS PROPERLY!!!
- Introduction to chemical compounds
- Introduction to chemical reactions
- Introduction to chemical arithmetic: mass and solution stoichiometry
- The structure behind chemical behavior
- The driving forces behind chemical change
Links below are generally for significant collections of demonstrations. Some give background details and include sufficient information to reproduce the demonstration, others simply describe and/or include videos or stills of the demos. Additional multimedia material may be found in the Media section, listed by topic.Read More
- Copies of experiments I have adapted/written for use in Honors and A.P. level classes can be accessed via the links below. Prep information is available on request. I would also be happy to offer suggestions for adapting the experiments to your particular situation.
From the U.C. Berkeley course keyed to the Munowitz text.
A compendium of labs covering a multitude of topics (including organic), from high school through college. View, post, share, rate--it's all there! From Cathy Sarisky at Everett Community College in Washington.