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Your Students Can Explore15 Interactive Science Experiments!
When presented with fully-functioning computer model experiments, students can practice planning an experiment, making predictions and processing data. This program, which covers the basics of physics, chemistry and biology, approximates actual experimental data and contains built in 'experimental error'.
15 Interactive Experiments include:
- The Breakdown of Starch by Amalase
- Photosynthesis, Yeast Respiration
- CaCO3 - HCI Reaction
- Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide
- Heat of Neutralization
- Bouncing Ball Experiment
- Car Stopping Distances
- Energy Stored in a Spring
- Expansion of a Gas
- Heating Effect of a Current
- Resistance of Wires
- Strength of an Electromagnet
- Terminal Velocity
CD also contains a comprehensive animated reference section, linked to each experiment including: Current, Electrical Resistance Data, Enzyme Action, Kinetic Theory Model for a Gas, Model for Electrical Resistance and Voltage (potential difference). Lab available in dual language format, English/Spanish. Each experiment is easy to follow, with full photographic support to accompany step-by-step written instructions.
Single User CD-ROM, Windows XP or later. Requires a Computer with at least 256 MB RAM and P200.