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From: Nina Vehslage (nvehslage@btownccs.k12.in.us)
Date: Wed Jan 29 2003 - 14:47:56 EST


The new Brown and LeMay Book, Chemistry the Central Science, also has a CD
that comes with every student edition that has an immense library of
molecules that uses Chime plugin I think or else RasMol for viewing and
rotating. This is an AP Chem book.
Nina
----- Original Message -----
From: <tfalcone@comcast.net>
To: <channel-talkchemistry@learner.org>
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 3:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Channel-talkchemistry] (visualizing orbitals)

> Has anyone had any luck with software that allows you to see how these
> molecules look and their geometry? I know in biology, it helps me when I
use
> rasmol or chime plugins that alllow students to see structures of
hemoglobin
> etc. Tina
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Katie Johnson" <johnson5@madison.k12.wi.us>
> To: <channel-talkchemistry@learner.org>
> Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 11:38 AM
> Subject: Re: [Channel-talkchemistry] (visualizing orbitals)
>
>
> > Regarding visualizing orbitals
> >
> > I went to the local craft store and found some styrofoam balls that were
> > "egg" shaped. One student (as a special project) made a model with a
> large
> > round styrofoam ball (2s) and 6 of the egg shaped balls (2p) stuck on at
> > appropriate x,y,z axes. We then (using a hot knife) cut out a section
of
> > the large round ball following a line around the "equator" of the ball
1/4
> > of the way around and then from each end point up to the top of the
ball.
> > We took a smaller round styrofoam ball (1s) and cut its shape to match
the
> > hole and glued it in. We tried to duplicate the composite orbitals
> graphic
> > from Addison Wesley's HS Chemistry Book. (4th ed. = page 248, 5th ed =
> page
> > 365)
> >
> > Now as I talk about the orbitals I hold up a small ball for the 1s and
my
> > model (with the cut out section facing away from the class) and we talk
> > about the 2s and 2p. Then I rotate the model to show the 1s is inside.
> It
> > seems to help.
> > Katherine Johnson
> > Chemistry Teacher
> > Madison East High School
> > Madison, Wisconsin
> >
> >
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