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Rates of Reactions  
The effects of a variety of variables, including concentration, temperature and catalysts, on reaction rate are shown.
Factors Affecting Glucose Oxidase Activity  
Various factors which affect glucose oxidase activity are demonstrated.
Catalysis |
Enzymes |
Kinetics |
Proteins / Peptides
Halting the Briggs-Rauscher Oscillating Reaction  
The Briggs-Rauscher reaction is demonstrated in three different ways. Catalase from a liver extract decomposes the hydrogen peroxide in an Briggs-Rauscher reaction, stopping the oscillations.
Catalysis |
Kinetics |
Enzymes |
Proteins / Peptides
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Assessment Questions: First 3 results
Kinetics : RateLawChangeConc (10 Variations)
The rate law for a reaction is rate=k[A][B]. If the concentration of A doubles, the rate of the reaction will do which of the following?
Kinetics |
Rate Law
Kinetics : CatalystTrueFalse (7 Variations)
Check the box for each statement about catalysts that is true.
Kinetics |
Kinetics : CatalyticConverters (4 Variations)
The following table illustrates the changes in emissions requirements for automobiles:
Pollutant1970 Emissions1990 EmissionsCA ultra-low emissions
CxHy1.5 g/mile0.25 g/mile0.04 g/mile
CO15 g/mile3.4 g/mile1.7 g/mile
NOx3.1 g/mile0.4 g/mile0.2 g/mile
Catalytic converters are used in automobiles to convert pollutants in engine emissions to benign products. Catalytic converters in today's automobiles are made of a porous ceramic brick that has been coated with catalysts, additives, stabilizers, and support materials. Corning has developed bricks that have very thin-walled channels with 600 channels per square inch. Which of the following research goals did they target?

Kinetics |
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Journal Articles: First 3 results.
Helping Students Make Sense of Logarithms and Logarithmic Relationships  Ed DePierro, Fred Garafalo, and Rick Toomey
This paper summarizes difficulties that chemistry students at all levels exhibit when translating, manipulating, and interpreting mathematical expressions containing logarithms, and offers approaches useful in helping students to overcome those difficulties.
DePierro, Ed; Garafalo, Fred; Toomey, Rick T. J. Chem. Educ. 2008, 85, 1226.
Kinetics |
Mathematics / Symbolic Mathematics |
The Glyoxal Clock Reaction  Julie B. Ealy, Alexandra Rodriguez Negron, Jessica Stephens, Rebecca Stauffer, and Stanley D. Furrow
The glyoxal clock reaction has been adapted to a general chemistry kinetics lab to determine the order of the reacting species using a Calculator Based Laboratory or LabPro equipment.
Ealy, Julie B.; Negron, Alexandra Rodriguez; Stephens, Jessica; Stauffer, Rebecca; Furrow, Stanley D. J. Chem. Educ. 2007, 84, 1965.
Aldehydes / Ketones |
Dyes / Pigments |
Kinetics |
Lewis Acids / Bases |
Mechanisms of Reactions |
Rate Law |
Applications of Reaction Rate  Kevin Cunningham
This article presents an assignment in which students are to research and report on a chemical reaction whose increased or decreased rate is of practical importance. The assignment is designed to develop and assess a number of valuable skills and understandings, including the ability to write effectively.
Cunningham, Kevin. J. Chem. Educ. 2007, 84, 430.
Catalysis |
Enzymes |
Kinetics |
Rate Law |
Reactions |
Applications of Chemistry
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The Rate of Reaction  Ed Vitz, John W. Moore
A section of ChemPrime, the Chemical Educations Digital Library's free General Chemistry textbook.
Catalysis |
Mechanism-Based Kinetics Simulator  Robert M. Hanson
Simulate the kinetics of a reaction based on its mechanism using JavaScript. The idea is to write a mechanism and, based on that, follow the course of concentrations or rates of change in concentration of reactants, catalysts, intermediates, and products over time.
Kinetics |
Catalysis |
Mechanisms of Reactions
Connected Chemistry  Mike Stieff
Connected Chemistry, a novel learning environment for teaching chemistry, is appropriate for use in both high school and undergraduate chemistry classrooms. Connected Chemistry comprises several molecular simulations designed to enable instructors to teach chemistry using the perspective of emergent phenomena. That is, it allows students to see observed macro-level chemical phenomena, like many other scientific phenomena, as resultant from the interactions of many individual agents on a micro-level. This perspective is especially appropriate to the study of chemistry where the interactions between multitudes of molecules on the atomic level give rise to the macro-level concepts that students study in the classroom. Connected Chemistry comprises molecular simulations embedded in the NetLogo modeling software (1). The collection contains several predesigned simulations of closed chemical systems to teach specific chemistry concepts. Currently, Connected Chemistry contains models for teaching Brønsted Lowry acid base theory, enzyme kinetics, radical polymerization, buffer chemistry, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, and crystallization. Instructors and students can individually tailor the predesigned simulations or generate new simulations as they are needed in the context of a particular lesson, classroom, or department.
Acids / Bases |
Gases |
Kinetics |
Nuclear / Radiochemistry |
pH |
Titration / Volumetric Analysis |
Polymerization |
Equilibrium |
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