This simulation/animation (1 of a set of 21) was designed to provide your students with a clearer understanding of various conceptual ideas in Chemistry, Physics, and General Science. The animations/simulations can be purchased individually or as a bundled set (see my store at PinnacleScience for significant savings).
As a veteran Chemistry and Physics teacher, I sought to construct a simple and useful (for students and teachers) set of computer animations/ simulations intended to provide my own students with a clear mental image of the many abstract concepts found in science. Through a combination of multimedia files and supporting documentation (including answer keys), this program has been successful throughout dozens of school districts and hundreds of individual students.
“STOICHIOMETRY” is a simple JAVA-based simulation that allows for modifying the amounts (moles, grams, liters, or atoms/molecules) of various reactants and products (within four different chemical reactions of various complexity). It allows the user to set a specific quantity for a reactant or product and then perform the stoichiometric calculations to determine the related amounts of the other participants within the reaction.
The software is downloaded from TpT as a single “.zip” file which, when extracted, yields the JAVA-based Flash file (.jar).
The simulation will run on either a PC or Mac and there is NO installation of any computer files onto your computer (no need to bother IT people in your school). The simulation runs as a JAVA-based Flash file (.jar) – simply double-click on the file. It could not be any easier!!!
The purchase of a single license of this product makes it permissible for the buyer to use the simulation on one computer.
The purchase of additional licenses allows other teachers in your building to use the animation and supporting documentation on their computers in their classroom. The purchase of 5 additional licenses (6 total) will allow the teachers and all the students in your building to use the animation and supporting documentation on their individual computers or in computer labs.