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Chemical Reactions: A + A to A2 (interactive Flash model)

Interactive model, with minimal support

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Overview and Learning Objectives

A Flash interactive animation of the chemical reaction A + A to A2. Set the bond strength and explore the effect on the kinetic energies before and after reaction in which a bond is made.

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Additional Related Concepts

Physics/Chemistry

  • Flux of matter and energy
  • Kinetic motion
  • Potential energy

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Textbook References

  • Biology (Prentice-Hall) New York Edition - Chapter Two - The Chemistry of Life
  • Biology: Concepts and Connections (Pearson) 5th Edition - Chapter 5: The Working Cell
  • Biology: Exploring Life - Chapter 4: The Chemical Basis of Life
  • BSCS Blue (8th Edition) - Chapter 1: The Chemistry of Life
  • Cell Biology (Pollard and Earnshaw) Saunders 2002 - Chapter Three: Basic Biophysical Concepts

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Created by CC Project: CCATOMS using Flash

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These materials are based upon work supported
by the National Science Foundation under grant numbers
9980620, ESI-0242701, EIA-0219345, DUE-0402553, and 0628181.

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