Kinetics and the Virtual Molecular Dynamics Lab. Kinetics Made Easy Susan Grillo Jay Chandler Dan Burton. Introduction. This is a traditional kinetic unit which incorporates Simulabs as a supplement.
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Kinetics Made Easy
Crystal violet lab:
30% H2O2 ( 125 mL)
Notes: If CBL’s used then only one is needed for graphing.
Simulab requires one computer
for every two to three students.
Days Two - Four:
Method of initial rate
Types of rate laws
Use of integrated rates
Use of zero order, 1st and 2nd order rates
Graphing of integrated rate laws
Days six – nine:
Day ten- eleven:
Students will complete Simulab 2.2 and will graph:
to determine k, half-life, and order of reaction.
times at different temperatures.
lab report in response to the wet lab.
based test will be administered.
/Posterboard summary of their Simulab work and answer the following questions:
between first and second order reactions.
By integrating Simulabs with wet labs:
representations of the rate laws of
between the dynamic molecular models
and the graphs and equations which define
the various rate laws.
between temperature, reaction rates,
and constants as well as initial
concentration and half-life.
activation energy from their data.