Chemistry-Based Animations

PDF and HTML augmentations of many of these are also available.

Czech Translations
of
Selected Animations

   
Flash Version HTML5 Version
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Spectroscopy/Spectrometry
PMT HTML5
328 KB 
308 KB
 
20 year-old "animation" Spectrophotometer GIF Movie 283 KB
AAS HTML5 1.5 MB
Electrophoresis
No GIF Available
Chromatography
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry/MS/MS
(CH3)2SeS vs. (CH3)2SeO2
356 KB
No Flash available
Also called multiple ion monitoring.
Also called two dimensional gas chromatography.
Gas Chromatography HTML5 2.2 MB
GIF animation internal buttons don't work.
No Flash available
GC Animated GIF Movie
GIF animation internal buttons don't work.
FID GIF 304 KB
GIF animation internal buttons don't work.
Old HPLC Flash
654 KB
with sound*
Old Focus Flash
7.6 MB
with sound*
No Flash available

PFPD GIF
920 KB

No Flash available
No Flash available
Chemiluminescence
No GIF Available
No GIF Available
No GIF Available
Miscellaneous
General Chemistry I Podcasts
277 MB for all lessons
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No Flash available
Titration Movie GIF
4.7 MB distorted colors
Earth Flash
212 KB
no sound
Earth Flash
196 KB
with sound
No Flash available
Cu(NH3)42+ Flash
8.6 MB
with sound*
Copper GIF Movie
2.9 MB

pleasingly distorted
No Flash available
A GIF Animation not available
I created this animation in 1996.

These animations support the teaching of concepts in chemistry in freshman through graduate level courses. The chemistry courses that profit from these sorts of multimedia content include freshman general chemistry, instrumental analysis, environmental chemistry, atmospheric chemistry and air quality. The gold foil experiment movie augments a hybrid on-line freshman chemistry course.

Streaming Audio

The narrations of most of the QuickTime movies have been separated from the video and encoded in RealAudio or .mp3 format. With the RealAudio Player or Real Audio plug-in www.real.com these files will play by merely clicking on the desired link above.

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