Organic Chemistry Web-Study Activities
This site is for chemistry practice interactive computer exercises and problems.
This is not a regular course materials site. For that type of information (e.g. quarterly course syllabi, practice exams, answer keys, etc.) for Chemistry courses at the University of Washington, go instead to: http://depts.washington.edu/chemcrs/
(Installation has also now begun at a different site - the UnitsSite website - of the collection Organic Chemistry Lecture Projection Graphics Concept Tutorials - animated presentations with audio, using 3D molecular and other models on topics where computer graphics may be helpful in depicting dynamic processes, complex 3D structure and relationships, and the microscopic/molecular view of matter.)
NOTES: Not all buttons may work on these trial versions. For
example, to quit or exit a unit you may need to close the browser window,
rather than click on a button. Suggested monitor resolution:
800x600. Some graphics use thouands of colors. All
exercises require Macromedia's Shockwave plug-in. FIRST TIME USERS
will be prompted to download the Shockwave plug-in , after which you need
to locate the Shockwave Installer that will appear on your desktop and use
it to actually install the plug-in.
Comments and suggestions should be sent to Darrell J. Woodman at
click here for Woodman Home Page
A. Interactive Exercises
Problems on various chemistry topics, using several types of interactivity with computer graphics. (The initial set of execisess is intended to accompany the Organic Chemistry Lecture Projection Graphics Concept Tutorials of the same name.)
B. Nomenclature Study Aids
Initial computer tutorials and review summaries on naming organic compounds.
C. Reaction Mechanism Practice
Organic reaction mechanism computer tutorials, using "draw and compare" interactivity. (Most of these units courtesy of Peter Slade, University College of the Fraser Valley.)
D. Reagents/Reaction Patterns Drill
Interactive computer summary review drills for recalling reaction patterns (predicting products or starting materials) and recalling reagents for organic reactions.
this page is webExHome
There have been
animated graphics test site at Content List