NOTE: The set-up and preparation information for most of these demonstrations is available in the Lecture Demonstration Manual by Bodner, Smith, Keys, and Greenbowe. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (http://www.wiley.com) prints updated editions on an irregular basis. Copies might also be obtained from George Bodner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Each sheet provides a brief description of the materials used in the demonstration, pictures of the equipment used, observations, and explanations. All of the sheets are available from here, and sheets pertinent to a specific class can be made available via the course homepage.
To view the movie sheets (i.e. demonstration sheets with movie and link frames), go to
the index located at http://chemed.chem.purdue.edu/demos/index.html.
Please note that the movie sheets contained on this page are only
viewable if your browser supports frames! This page also contains links to similar movie sites.
Elements and Compounds
Stoichiometry: Learning How to Count Atoms or Molecules
The Structure of the Atom
The Periodic Table
The Covalent Bond
The Main-Group Metals
The Chemistry of the Nonmetals
Acids and Bases
Transition Metal Chemistry
The Structure of Solids
Gas-Phase Reactions: An Introduction to Kinetics and Equilibrium
Solubility Product and Complex Equilibria
The Chemistry of Carbon
Polymers:Synthetic and Natural
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http://www.che.ilstu.edu/genchemhelphomepage/demosheets/ - The demonstration sheets available on this page are identical to the ones found on our own site, except that they contain blank spaces where the observations and explanations are currently written. This was done so that students could download them and fill them out during the appropriate lecture demonstration.
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