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Custom Animations. A few examples. Animation with Crisscross Iron (III) Oxide. O. 2. –. Fe. +. 3. Steps to Animation of Fe 2 O 3. For this one. All the symbols and numbers were added separately. Here are images that show this:. Steps to Animation of Fe 2 O 3.

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custom animations

Custom Animations

A few examples

steps to animation of fe 2 o 3
Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • For this one. All the symbols and numbers were added separately.
  • Here are images that show this:
steps to animation of fe 2 o 34
Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • Select Custom Animation from Slide Show
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • If you do a lot of animations, put it up on the menu bar.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • I wanted the symbols to appear as I would normally write them.
  • Later I want the + and – to disappear.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • I wanted to draw a curve showing where the 3 would go.
  • The curve was made to appear through custom animation.
  • It is Freeform 8.
steps to animation of fe 2 o 38
Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • I selected the 3 and then scribed a curve through Add Effect > Motion Paths> Draw Custom Path > Curve
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • I selected the 3 and then scribed a curve through Add Effect > Motion Paths> Draw Custom Path > Curve
  • And then scribed the path. Click as you make the path. This makes points for adjustment later on.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • Sometimes after the motion is tested, the path has to be adjusted. The path can be moved up/down or sideways.
  • For accurate placement, hold down the <Alt> key when moving.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • Sometimes after the motion is tested, the path has to be adjusted. The path can be moved up/down or sideways.
  • If you right click the path you can adjust the points, the little black boxes.
  • Do this until you get the placement the way you want.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • Continue to add animations. You can move the animations up or down in the animation box with the cursor.
  • Select and move up or down.
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Steps to Animation of Fe2O3
  • You can adjust their starts for On Click, With Previous or After Previous.
  • The possibilities are endless.
    • Try double clicking or
    • Right clicking an animaiton.
a few more
A few more
  • Following
    • Double displacement reaction using Flinn’s colors for “Keep Your Eye on the Ions”
      • These are little colored spheres some of which are magnetic.
    • Formation of Ionic Compounds
slide16

Double Replacement Reaction

AgNO3(aq) + NaCl(aq) AgCl(s) + NaNO3(aq)

Ag+

Na+

NO3–

Cl–

slide17

Double Replacement Reaction

AgNO3(aq) + NaCl(aq) AgCl(s) + NaNO3(aq)

Ag+

Na+

NO3–

Cl–

Ag+

NO3–

Na+

Cl–

slide18

In an IONIC bond,

electrons are lost or gained,

resulting in the formation of IONS

in ionic compounds.

+

K

F

slide19

_

+

K

F

The compound potassium fluoride

consists of potassium (K+) ions

and fluoride (F-) ions

slide20

_

+

K

F

The ionic bond is the attraction

between the positive K+ ion

and the negative F- ion

slide21

K

F

Here is the finished formula

you are familiar with.

slide22

What about this one?

+

+

Mg

F

What about the other e– that Mg

Has to give up?

slide23

2+

+

Mg

F

F

ideal gas law30

R

T

Ideal Gas Law

P

V

=

n

Be careful of calculator operation.

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Ideal Gas Law

P

V

=

n

R

T

Be careful of calculator operation.