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VisChem topic 6: molecular structure, shape and polarity

This web page contains ten animations of molecules and compound ions as well as nine QTVR objects showing organic molecules. The animations rotate the molecules to show their structure fully. The QTVR objects can be manipulated by the user so that, as well as being rotated, different ways of modelling the molecules can be seen.

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VisChem topic 7: intermolecular forces

This web page contains animations demonstrating situations in which dispersion forces, ion-dipole forces and hydrogen bonding occur. Several animations show hydrated ions, and the effect of hydration on dissolving and reaction rates is discussed in explanatory text. A document containing lesson plans and student worksheets ...

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VisChem topic 12: acid-base reactions

This web page contains a video, animations and a student worksheet examining the proton-transfer reactions of acids and bases. Self-ionisation of water, acidity of hydrated metal ions, proton gain by ammonia molecules and proton loss from acetic acid are depicted. The animations show important molecular-level segments from ...

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VisChem topic 14: structure and properties of carbon compounds

This web page contains QTVR objects showing aspects of the structure of selected organic molecules. The QTVR objects can be manipulated by the user so that, as well as being rotated, different ways of modelling the molecules can be seen.

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Water molecule showing polarity

This is a colour graphic representation of a water molecule. It depicts the structural formula of water superimposed on a space-filling model and an electron-density isosurface. The diagram is colour-coded to show the dipole nature of the molecule.

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Water molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of water, H₂O. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The water molecule contains one oxygen atom (the red sphere) and two hydrogen atoms (the grey-white spheres).

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Ammonia molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of ammonia, NH₃. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The ammonia molecule consists of one nitrogen atom (the blue sphere) and three hydrogen atoms (the grey-white spheres).

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Hydrazine molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of hydrazine, N₂H₄. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The hydrazine molecule consists of two nitrogen atoms (the blue spheres) and four hydrogen atoms (the grey-white spheres).

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Iodine monochloride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of iodine monochloride, ICl. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The iodine monochloride molecule contains one iodine atom (the deep red sphere) and one chlorine atom (the green sphere).

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Hydrogen bromide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of hydrogen bromide, HBr. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The hydrogen bromide molecule contains one hydrogen atom (the grey-white sphere) and one bromine atom (the brown sphere).

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Hydrogen chloride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of hydrogen chloride, HCl. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The hydrogen chloride molecule contains one hydrogen atom (the grey-white sphere) and one chlorine atom (the green sphere).

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Hydrogen fluoride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of hydrogen fluoride, HF. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The hydrogen fluoride molecule contains one hydrogen atom (the smaller grey-white sphere) and one fluorine atom (the blue-grey sphere).

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Hydrogen iodide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of hydrogen iodide, HI. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods, representing covalent bonds. The hydrogen iodide molecule contains one hydrogen atom (the grey-white sphere) and one iodine atom (the deep red sphere).

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Boron tribromide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of boron tribromide, BBr₃. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one boron atom (the light green sphere) and three bromine atoms (the brown spheres).

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Boron trifluoride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of boron trifluoride, BF₃. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one boron atom (the light green sphere) and three fluorine atoms (the blue-grey spheres).

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Boron triiodide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of boron triiodide, BI₃. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one boron atom (the light green sphere) and three iodine atoms (the deep red spheres).

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Carbon tetrabromide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of carbon tetrabromide, CBr₄. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one carbon atom (the black sphere) and four bromine atoms (the brown spheres).

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Carbon tetrachloride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of carbon tetrachloride, CCl₄. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one carbon atom (the black sphere) and four chlorine atoms (the green spheres).

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Carbon tetrafluoride molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of carbon tetrafluoride, CF₄. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one carbon atom (the black sphere) and four fluorine atoms (the blue-grey spheres).

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Carbon tetraiodide molecule

This is a colour image of a model of a molecule of carbon tetraiodide, CI₄. In this model, atoms are represented by coloured spheres held together by grey rods that represent covalent bonds. The molecule contains one carbon atom (the black sphere) and four iodine atoms (the deep red spheres).