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In order to run flash animations, the Adobe Flash Player is needed. The flash player has sadly been discontinued on the 12.01.2021 and is no longer available. An alternative to the flash player could be ruffle: https://ruffle.rs/
This is a flash emulator that is already able to run several of our animations. These are marked accordingly.

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Liquid Crystals and their Displays
Liquid Crystals and their Displays
Light to Power and Power to Light
Light to Power and Power to Light
Photochemistry
Photochemistry
Electro Chemistry
Electro Chemistry

A Case for Two - Models and Animations regarding Color, Fluorescence, Fluorescence Quenching, Energy Transfer, Electron Transfer, Creation and Deaktivation of Singlet Oxygen

This module consits of two comprehensive parts:

Part 1:From the plant to the photo system: The light reaction - organisation of the light reaction in green plants
Exploration of the plant from the makromolecular level down to the chemical processes of the light reaction.
Part 2:The focus on color moleculs
Experiment I: Color and fluorescence
Experiment II: Fluorescence quenching
Experiment III: Creation and energetic deactivation of singlet oxygen
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© R.-P Schmitz, M. W. Tausch

 

 

Acids and Alkalis

Learn program for (german-english) bilingual chemistry classes.

 

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© C. Bohrmann-Linde

 

 

Rutherford's Scattering Experiment

The following is shown:
Ia) Flashes of Light
Ib) Alpha-Radiation
Ic) Interactive strip
II) Particle model.

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Simulation on the Detonating Gas Reaction

Virtual experiment on the detonating gas reaction, with analysis questions and the law of Avogadro.

 

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Sodium Chloride Synthesis

Animation and Video show the reaction of sodium with chlorine.

 

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The Synthesis of Sodium Chloride

This program consits of 8 separate modules:

Part 1-4:Four videoclips showing the experiment
Part 5:The experiment in an animation on particle level
Part 6:The reaction explained on shell models in an animation
Part 7:Comparison: Product of the reaction (table salt crystals) - Model of a salt crystal
Part 8:Interaktive formulation of chemical equations using symbols, formulae and comments [as result for the protocol]
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Solution Process

This program consists of five separate modules:

Part 1:Animation for the solution process on particle level with automatic controls or interactive for teachers and students to control
Part 2:Comparison: Real object table salz - salt particle model
Part 3:Comparison: Real object water - water particle model
Part 4:Comparison: Real object salt solution - solution in a model
Part 5:Experimental setup for observing the dissolving of salt with a video clip and slide show
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Solution Process of Sodium Chloride in Water shown in a Particle Model

The animation shows in a particle model how a sodium chloride crystal is dissolved by water molecules.

 

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The Density Anomaly of Water

This animation consists of four scenes arranged one behind the other:

Scene 1:Why does  ice float in water? Ice and Water in a particle model
Scene 2:The melting process in a particle model
Scene 3:The freezing process in a particle model
Scene 4:Comparison of the aggregate states of water in a particle model
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© R.-P Schmitz, M. W. Tausch

The Surface Tension of Water

This animation consists of five scenes arranged one behind the other:

Scene 1:Videoclip - Experiment 1
Scene 2:Videoclip - Experiment 2
Scene 3:Summary of the observations
Scene 4:Particle model for experiment 1; including questions and explanations
Scene 5:Particle model for experiment 2; explanations for the surface tension of water
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© R.-P Schmitz, M. W. Tausch

Conduction of Electricity in Metals, Solutions and Semi-Conductors

The conduction of electricity is explored in virtual experiments and animations on particle level for metals (part 1), solutions (part 2) and semi-conductors (part 3) with and without supplying heat energy.

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The Metallic Bond

How do the atoms of a metal stay together?

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Comparison of states of aggregation

A small collection of explanatory slides on the states of aggregation in initial lessons.

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© R.-P Schmitz, M. W. Tausch

Combustion processes: Wood

What happens at the level of particles when wood is incinerated?

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Combustion processes: Iron Wool

What happens at the level of fabric particles when iron wool is burned?

 

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Separation process: Chromatography

What happens at the particle level during paper chromatography?

 

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HTML5 The HTML5-Logo by the W3C is used under the terms of the Creative Commons 3.0 - license.

Flash-Animationen need the adobe flash player to run. The player has been discontinued on 12.01.2021 and is no longer available.

These animations are played back using ruffle. They are played directly within the browser and run platform-independent. Ruffle is used under the terms of the MIT license.

E-Books often need an external program to be displayed correctly. One such possibility is Calibre.

This offers the download of a ZIP file. Flash animations contained therein were exported using a projektor and can be run on a windows operating system.