Dissolving an ionic salt in water Computer Simulation and Computer Animation

A short computer animation illustration how positive and negative ions in a solid ionic compound dissolve in water might be used to accompany dissolving satls in water demonstration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=betbKEJf7jQ

Dissolving Ionic Salts in Water Demonstration

Several ionic salts (calcium chloride, ammonium nitrate, potassium chloride, magnesiium sulfate, lithium chloride, anhydrous sodium acetae, anhydrous sodium carbonate) are dissolved in water in a calorimeter. A thermomters measures the intitial temperature of the water and the final temperature of the resultant solution. Dissolving ionic salts in water can be used to illustrate formation of Solutions, Enthalpy, Lattice Energy, etc.

Calorimetry Computer Simulation NEW html5 version

Calorimetry Computer Simulation is used to determine the heat exchanged in a variety of physical and chemical processes. NEW html5 version
Calorimeter Acid-Base Thermochemistry

Household Fenton's Reagent

Potassium hydrogen tartrate is oxidized to produce carbon dioxide in an exothermic reaction.
Iron Ion


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