Atomic Structure and Periodicity

Select a learning object, or click a column heading to sort by that field. If you have adopted or favorited a learning object, it is shaded in yellow.

Find Syllabi under the Content menu item.

Titlesort descending Author Type Level Created Favorited/ Adopted
A Jablinko game to promote learning of excited state transitions Alycia Palmer, The Ohio State University In-Class Activity Upper Division 6/11/2014 1 / 1
A really neat periodic table John Gilje, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 11/12/2010 2 / 0
A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands: Foundational Implications of Lewis-Acid base interactions in Stabilizing SiO2 Gary L. Guillet, Armstrong State University Literature Discussion First year, Second year 6/3/2017 0 / 1
A Visual Isotope Effect (a YouTube video) Dan O'Leary, Pomona College Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year 4/24/2013 1 / 0
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Course Videos Kathryn Haas, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN Web Resources and Apps Second year, Upper Division 7/1/2015 18 / 0
Athletic Periodic Trends Review Lori Watson, Earlham College In-Class Activity First year 11/17/2007 9 / 6
Atomic Orbital Display William F Coleman, Wellesley College Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 10/4/2012 1 / 0
Atomic orbitals brainstorm Joanne Stewart, Hope College In-Class Activity Second year 4/2/2008 1 / 2
Aufbau Exercise Patrick Holland, Yale University In-Class Activity Upper Division 7/28/2008 0 / 0
calistry calculators Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 1/18/2017 6 / 0
Chemistry Infographics from Compound Interest Darren Achey, Kutztown University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/30/2015 8 / 2
Community Challenge #1 - Orbitals and Trends Chip Nataro, Lafayette College Collection First year, Second year 1/21/2015 5 / 1
Counting Orbitals: There are rules, it is symmetric, it is beautiful and easy Joseph Lomax, U.S. Naval Academy Five Slides About First year 8/7/2018 0 / 0
d-orbitals in a variety of ligand geometries William F Coleman, Wellesley College Web Resources and Apps Second year, Upper Division 3/13/2009 3 / 1
Databases for Kinetics Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Web Resources and Apps Upper Division 6/3/2013 4 / 0
Electrochemical and Carbonyl Frequencies to Explain Ligand Non-Innocence in Organometallic Pincer Complexes R Bryan Sears, Emmanuel College Literature Discussion Upper Division 6/30/2016 1 / 1
Examining and Drawing Atomic Orbitals Christopher Goh, Williams College Lab Experiment First year 7/15/2014 5 / 0
First Day Review of Atomic Orbitals Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College In-Class Activity Second year 7/27/2009 10 / 6
Free Rice...and Periodic Table Symbols? Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College Web Resources and Apps First year 8/17/2009 0 / 1
H atom radial factors Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College In-Class Activity Second year 1/27/2008 4 / 2

Pages