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• Periodic Properties
This diagram shows Mendeleev's predicted
properties for germanium and its actual values.
This diagram shows an early Periodic Table produced by Mendeleev.
This diagram shows the relationship between atomic and ionic radii for some metals and nonmetals.
This diagram shows the relationship between concentration and time for first order kinetics.
This diagram shows the re-expression of relationship between concentration and time for first order kinetics to produce a linear relationship.
This diagram shows a graph of neutrons versus protons for non-radioactive isotopes and illustrates the band of stability.
This illustration shows a close-up of a section of the band of stability and shows the types of decay a radioactive isotope might undergo to become stable.
This diagram shows the relationship between the nuclear binding energy of an isotope and its atomic mass.
This diagram shows the decay for several half-lives of the C-14 isotope.
This animation shows the components of a typical water cooled fission nuclear reactor.
This illustration shows the separation of alpha and beta particles and gamma rays using electrically charged plates.
This diagram shows the nuclear decay reactions for the uranium-238 isotope.
This animation shows the neutron induced fission chain reaction for the uranium-235 isotope.
This animation shows the components and
operation of a Geiger counter tube as it counts radioactive particles.
(s) --> CuO(s)+2CO
This animation shows the decomposition of a metal hydrogen carbonate upon heating.
This animation shows the dissolving of an ionic compound, NaCl, in water and its separation into individual ions.
This animation shows the dissolving of a molecular compound, sugar, in water and its separation of the molecules.
HCl(aq)+NaOH(aq) --> NaCl(aq)+H
This animation shows the double displacement and acid base reaction between a strong acid and a strong base.
(aq)+HCl(aq) --> H
This animation shows the double displacement and acid base reaction between a strong acid and a metal carbonate to form carbon dioxide.
(aq)+2KI(aq) --> PbI
This animation shows the double displacement reaction between two soluble ionic compounds to form a slightly soluble precipitate.
Mg(s)+2HCl(aq) --> MgCl
This animation shows the single displacement reaction between a metal and a strong acid to form hydrogen gas.
This animation shows the single displacement reaction between a metal and a metal ion to form a new metal and a new metal ion.
(g) --> 2H
This animation shows the synthesis reaction between two nonmetals.
This animation shows a reaction with a limiting reactant and excess reactant remaining at the end of the reaction.
This animation shows a reaction where the reactants are in the same ratio as the coefficients in the balanced equation.
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