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These animations require Microsoft Explorer version 5.2 or higher, and Adobe Shockwave player to be installed on your computer. 
  • Use this tutorial to learn the basics of graphing scientific data. 
  • Includes lessons on scaling the axis and best fit of data.
  • When prompted, type in your first name to start the tutorial
  • For instructions on using Excel to prepare graphs, click here.

Laboratory Techniques

  • Learn about use of common laboratory equipment by selecting from the list below.  (Once you click on a link, there is some delay while the movie is downloaded to your computer.  Be patient.)
  • These videos have been made available thanks to the DVAction project, The Commmittee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), Northwestern University and University of Illinois.

  • This animation is modeled after experiment 8 in Chemistry 101.
  • It explores the principles of redox and activity of metals in single replacement reactions.
  • This animation is modeled after experiment 12 in Chemistry 101.
  • It explores the principles of heat and enthalpy in chemical reactions.
  • This video is modeled after experiment 13 in Chemistry 101.
  • The principles of paper chromatography can be viewed at this link.
  • Use this animation to practice writing electron configurations for atoms.
  • This animation is modeled after experiments 9 and 10 in Chemistry 101.
  • It explores the principles of titration of acids and bases.